Did you participate in the 2021 GST C Unit Admission Test? If you have participated in the GST C Unit Admission Test, be aware that your results have been released tonight. As soon as these results are published, they are being given on the official website of GST and you can view these results with your roll number. So no matter how you pass the GSTC unit test, you must see the results.
By looking at the results, you will be able to understand your merit list and you will know how many marks you got in each subject separately. So to be sure about what your admission test has been like and what are the chances of getting a chance in the GST covered universities, you should go to the official website of GST now and check the results from there.
The admission test for GST C unit is held on November 1 at 12 noon. The test was held at the same time in several other centers in the country, including Dhaka. GST admission test is taken in different parts of the country because taking this admission test at the same time will increase the health risk of the students.
Since the corona situation of the country is still present, everyone has to abide by the hygiene rules and the university authorities take this matter seriously and take a bunch of admission tests. So the GST committee is formed for those who rush from one end of the country to the other every year and spend a lot of money to get admission in the first year of honors.
A total of 20 universities of the country came together and took the admission test. Moreover, in this GST admission test, no student can change department or apply to different faculties as per his / her wish. So those who take the C unit admission test have passed the HSC from the Commerce Department and they take the admission test to graduate in all the subjects that the Faculty of Commerce has.
These tests are routinely performed in compliance with hygiene rules. About 33,000 candidates applied for the GST C unit admission test and completed the test by participating in a total of 22 test centers across the country in compliance with proper hygiene norms.
Since the C unit examinees of GST have passed the science section, they are given more questions from their accounting and business organization and management and ICT subjects. Moreover, multiple choice question papers of total 100 marks were given to the examinees by making question papers from Bengali English subject.
Since it was the last hope of the students in the admission test so they tried a lot and tried to answer the highest correct question. Moreover, many candidates have worked hard for this admission test of GST and today is the day to get these results. To find out how many marks you got in each subject and the total number of your merit list number, enter the official website of GST now and from there you can quickly see the result with roll number.