Education Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) conducts test of medical and engineering in the province Khyber Pakhtunkhaw. The test is a challenging one and every year a lot of students remain unable to qualify it just because of lack of guidance.

Test Format

The total number of MCQs is 200.

  • Physics = 60 Questions
  • Chemistry = 60 Questions
  • Botany = 30 Questions
  • Zology = 30 Questions
  • General English = 20

Video Lessons and Fully explained Test Prep

Large number of solved practice MCQ with explanations. Video Lessons and 10 Fully explained Grand/Full Tests.

Negative Marking

Each MCQ carry 4 marks. For one wrong a deduction of 1 mark and zero for not attempting any MCQ.


The results of the test are delivered within 24 Hours.

At the Test Center

Students are requested to bring the following on the day of the test :-

  • Admit Card (ID Number) provided by the respective Institutions / ETEA.
  • Thin Tip Black Marker (Dollar Sketch line marker)
  • Clip Board to hold the Answer Sheet.
  • Your ID.Number (Roll No), Name and Test Form (Paper Version A, B, C or D) is already filled on Pink Answer Sheet.
  • Students are requested to take care of the Answer Sheet. i.e., Not bend it etc.
  • The invigilators during the test will answer NO queries. Understanding the paper is also a part of the test.
  • More than one mark on the same question will be considered wrong.
  • Be sure before you mark your answer, because once you do that, it can not be changed.
  • DO NOT use any type of ERASER or any covering fluids. Any attempts to erase a mark can result in damaging the sheet and hence it will not be marked correctly.
  • Use of Mobile Phones, calculators, calculator watches, scientific or mathematical tables and other electronic device is not allowed.
  • Please use the ROUGH WORK sheet given at the end of question paper for rough work. Do not detach that sheet from the question paper.
  • DO NOT write at the back of the answer sheet.
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Best Preparation

You’ve probably heard the quote (originally credited to Alexander Graham Bell): Preparation is the key to success. When it comes to test taking, these are words to live by.