KCET Exam Pattern

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 KCET Exam Pattern 2014 Paper Pattern and Marking Scheme

The KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) is the combined entrance exam held for admissions to the under graduate engineering and management courses as made available under different colleges of the Karnataka State. The candidates residing in Karnataka as well as nearby areas can appear in the concerned test for taking admissions in different under graduate courses for this purpose. The exam is organized every year by the KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) Bangalore in the months of April/ May respectively. The candidates preparing for the exam should take a look on the pattern of exam including marking schemes and manner of selection from the information as given here below.

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Paper Pattern for KCET:

The Karnataka Common Entrance Test is conducted is conducted in four separate sessions scheduled to be held on the dates as specified for this purpose.

The first day of the exam is held on the following two subjects- Biology and Mathematics whereas the next day exam is conducted for the Physics and Chemistry subjects respectively.

Pattern of Paper:

Mathematics – 60 Marks

Biology- 60 Marks

Physics- 60 Marks and

Chemistry- 60 Marks

Duration of Exam: 80 Minutes for each paper

Marking Scheme:

The question paper will be based on objective type questions having multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each. There will be no negative marking for the wrong attempts made by the candidates. The candidates will be given zero mark in case there are more than one answer marked for a particular question of the exam.

The candidates are required to score a minimum of 12 marks out of 50 in the Kannada Language paper in order to qualify in the concerned entrance exam. There will be about 16 different versions of the question paper.

The candidates will be provided the OMR Sheets for answering questions which is to be marked only in the Blue/ Black Ball point pens. The first ten minutes of the entrance exam will be used by the candidate for filling /shading the particulars of the exam in the OMR Sheet. The candidates must affix their Left Hand Thumb Impression on the answer sheet in each session of the exam.

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Eligibility for KCET 2014:

The candidates should be Intermediate/ Class 12th passed with a minimum of 45% marks in the optional subject which include the following: Chemistry, Computer Science, Bio Technology, Electronics, Biology and English respectively.

For more details on the KCET 2014, the candidates should visit the following link as given below.

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