To appear for GPAT 2018, there is eligibility criteria set for every candidate. If the candidate fails to fulfill those eligibility criteria, the candidate cannot write the GPAT 2018 examination. In order to be eligible for the GPAT 2018 test, the candidates are required to meet the following eligibility criteria:
The GPAT eligibility criteria regarding Educational qualification is as follows: -
Yes, candidates who are in their final year are eligible to write the GPAT exam.
No, candidates must be Indian citizens to be eligible to write the GPAT exam.
Since GPAT is a Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test the candidate He/ She must be a bachelor's degree holder in Pharmacy (4 years) to be eligible for the GPAT examination 2017.
The applicants should meet the following conditions to apply.
The requirement needed for the candidates appearing for GPAT:
Given below is the eligibility criteria for M.Pharma:
Bachelor’s degree holders in Pharmacy (4 years after 10+2, including lateral entry candidates).
Those who are in the final year of B. Pharmacy course ONLY are eligible for appearing in GPAT 2017 Examination. [B. Pharmacy 1st year to 3rd-year students are NOT ELIGIBLE to appear in GPAT 2017 Examination.]
GPAT score card is generally valid for 1 year.
However, after completing M. Pharm Degree if a candidate is interested in enrolling themselves for a Ph.D. degree then GPAT score card is valid beyond one year and the applicant need not appear in Ph.D. entrance exam conducted by Indian universities.
In order to be eligible for the test, the student should have given their final exam of B.Pharmacy or they should be in their final year. Hence a third year student is not eligible for the test.
No, there is no age limitation for appearing in GPAT.