Month: February 2018

Mark distribution patterns for KCET 2018

Are you preparing for the KCET 2018? The Karnataka CET 2018 will be conducted by the KEA (Karnataka Examination Authority). The KEA will be providing the KCET 2018 exam pattern along with the marks distribution pattern. This will help the candidates in preparing themselves for the KCET 2018. If you wish to apply for and receive the KCET admit card 2018, then you must know all important aspects of the KCET 2018 exam.

The exam pattern of the KCET 2018 will help you in understanding the distribution of marks, syllabus, number of questions, types of questions, and other important aspects of the exam. The exam pattern of the KCET 2018 will also let the candidates know about the languages in which the exam will be held this year. The candidates can know about the marking scheme and the duration of the entire exam. To be successful in clearing the KCET 2018 at first attempt, it is essential for the students to know about the entire format of the exam once they have downloaded the KCET admit card 2018. This will also help them in preparing a proper strategy for the KCET 2018 which will help them succeed in the exam.

KCET 2018 Exam

The KCET is a state-level entrance exam which is organized by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) every year for the candidates who wish to enroll themselves in the different B.Tech. courses of the leading engineering colleges in the state of Karnataka. By clearing the KCET exam, the candidates get access to pursuing their respective B.tech courses in around 220 government institutes, private aided as well as unaided colleges & universities in the state of Karnataka. The KCET 2018 is going to be conducted on 18th & 19th of April, 2018. The application form for the KCET 2018 will be made available to the candidates from 1st to 26th of February. The results for the KCET 2018 will be most likely declared by the end of May 2018.

KCET 2018 Exam Pattern & Marks Distribution

The KCET 2018 exam will consist of total 180 marks which are distributed across three different sections of 60 marks each. The KCET 2018 exam is divided into three sections of subjects including Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

If you are looking forward to sit for the upcoming KCET 2018 exam, then you must get your KCET admit card 2018 and here are some major points that you need to keep in mind:

  • Number of Papers: The KCET 2018 will consist of two major papers which are required to be cleared by the candidates in two consecutive days. On 18th April, 2018, the exam papers of Mathematics and Biology will be held. On 19th April, 2018, the papers for Physics and Chemistry will be held.

  • Mode of Language: The candidates are required to sit for the KCET 2018 exam in either English or Kannada language.

  • Marking Scheme: The candidates will receive 1 mark for each correct answer. There is no negative marking in the KCET 2018 exam.

All the best!