GPAT Syllabus 2018

GPAT SyllabusGPAT Syllabus 2018- All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the exam conducting body of Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) 2018, will release the syllabus that has to be completed by the candidates. It will officially announce the GPAT syllabus 2018 in the month of October 2017 for the national level aptitude exam for postgraduate pharmacy admissions. The entrance exam will be held on January 20, 2018 for offering admissions to nearly 25,000 seats. GPAT 2018 syllabus to be referred by candidates will be announced in the month of October 2017. It will comprise all the topics from which questions will be asked in the entrance test. Some of the subjects are Physical Chemistry, Physical Pharmacy, Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, etc. Candidates can check the complete GPAT syllabus 2018 for all the sections on this page.

Latest: GPAT Application form 2018 is available from October 18 onwards. Apply now.

 

GPAT 2018 Syllabus

 

AICTE prescribed GPAT syllabus 2018 comprises following subjects. Questions will be asked from these only. Check the complete list of the GPAT 2018 subjects below:

 

GPAT Syllabus 2018

S.No.

Subject

S.No.

Subject

1.

Physical Chemistry

11.

Microbiology

2.

Physical Pharmacy

12.

Pathophysiology

3.

Organic Chemistry

13.

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

4.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

14.

Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics

5.

Pharmaceutics

15.

Anatomy, Physiology and Health Education

6.

Pharmacology

16.

Pharmaceutical Engineering

7.

Pharmacognosy

17.

Pharmaceutical Management

8.

Pharmaceutical Analysis

18.

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

9.

Biochemistry

19.

Dispensing & Hospital Pharmacy  

10.

Biotechnology

 

For detailed GPAT syllabus, check the window below-

 

Section-wise GPAT Syllabus 2018

 

 

GPAT Exam Pattern 2018

GPAT 2018 will be a three-hours online exam. There will be a total of 125 questions for a total of 500 marks (four marks per question). Moreover, one mark will be deducted from the total secured marks for every wrong response.

 

AICTE has also made available an online trial test on October 27 for candidates so that they can have a fair idea about the actual entrance exam. They can get familiarised with the test modalities by practising on that.

 

Candidates can also practice GPAT sample papers for better preparation.

 

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