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GPAT is the graduate pharmacy aptitude test. It is the entrance test for pharmacy graduates who are seeking admission in various PG courses in the same discipline.
The exam will be conducted by NTA (National testing agency). Maximum marks are 500. For every correct answer, 4 marks will be given and for every incorrect answer, a deduction of one mark would be there. So, this is the marking scheme.
Now , subjects or syllabus for the exam will be pharmaceutical jurisprudence, medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical engineering, physical pharmaceutics, human anatomy and physiology, pharmaceutical analysis, etc.
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