The test can be divided into two parts; subjective and MCQs (objective) making a 100 marks paper in total.
LAT Essay (English/Urdu) and Important Topics
The essay is a 15 marks question requiring students to write an article of 200 words max either in English or Urdu.
There is no need to use hard and fast vocabulary instead use simple words as it is for an intermediate level test. Here are some important topics to get an idea of it:
- Life and Work of Allama Iqbal
- Quiad e Azam Work and Life
- Literacy in Pakistan
- Population: Curse or Blessings
- Poverty Causes and Solutions
- Crime Preventions
- Power Sector Crisis in Pakistan
It is a 10 marks question which you can answer in English or Urdu. The personal statement is a summary of your ideas. You can say it is an introduction, motivation, skills, background, career, and relevant information about your live events. You need to answer this question in plain/ simple language in short sentences without grammatical mistakes.
In short, a personal statement is a description of your accomplishments, expertise, moments, and goals often involved in life.
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
The remaining 75 marks are of multiple choice questions. This part of the test is segmented into many sub-parts: English (Synonyms, Antonyms, Prepositions), General Knowledge, Islamic Studies, Pakistan Studies, Urdu (Vocabulary), Mathematics