KCET 2018 application form, Syllabus, pattern, dates

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Karnataka CET 2018 exam pattern| Paper Pattern

The candidates who would need to appear for the Karnataka CET 2018 exam pattern, would need to appear for three papers. The Karnataka CET 2018 exam pattern  is such that it will be held over the span of two days, on the first day, the candidates will be given one paper, either mathematics or biology.

Karnataka CET 2018 exam pattern

Those students who wish to take admission in the architectural course or the engineering course would need to appear for the math exam, while the rest will be appearing for the biology exam. On the next day, all the students will have to give chemistry and physics exam. In addition to this, the students who wish to gain admission in the architecture course, also need to gain admission to the National Aptitude Test in Architecture.

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KCET 2018 Exam pattern

Day examTiming Subject name Marks Distribution
Day 1 10:30 AM-11:50 AM Biology 60
2:30 PM-3:50 PM Mathematics 60
Day 2 10:30 AM-11:50 AM Physics 60
2:30 PM-3:50 PM Chemistry 60

There would be no negative marking. But, if the candidate marks two answers in one question, even if one of the marked answers would be correct, no marks would be given for the same. So, the candidate needs to be very diligent while filling up the answer sheet. The total time to answer all 60 questions would be 80 minutes for each subject. It’s the KCET 2018 exam pattern.

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