KCET Exam Pattern 2023, Marking Scheme – Check Latest Exam Pattern Here

KCET also was called the Karnataka Common Entrance Test and this entrance test is conducted through kea (Karnataka Examination Authority) to offer admission to the candidates in engineering, pharmacy, and other courses. Candidates can get admission to the numerous private and government colleges of Karnataka; they can apply within the examination of KCET through on-line mode by filling the application form. To get admission, candidates should score qualified marks in the KCET examination. Here, through this content, students are able to understand the elaborated information of KCET in which includes the KCET 2023 Exam Pattern.

KCET 2023 Exam Pattern:

The KCET exam pattern can include the number of queries and type of queries and those candidates are reaching to give the examination of KCET, they must need to like the exam pattern for the better preparation of examination. With the help of the exam pattern, candidates are able to understand the structure of the question paper.

Exam Mode: The KCET exam is conducted via offline mode (pen and paper-based test).
Courses: Candidates can get admissions in engineering, technology, pharmacy, Ayurveda, homeopathy, and different science courses.
Subjects: The queries are asked from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology subjects. Candidates are needed to choose only one from Mathematics & Biology subjects.
Type of Question: During this examination, objective type queries are asked from each subject.
Exam Duration: Candidates can have a total of eighty minutes for every section. The exam is conducted in numerous sessions, i.e. morning session (10:30 AM to 11:50 AM) & Afternoon session (2:30 PM to 3:50 PM).
The language of Question Paper: The queries are asked in English. Students also have an option to choose the Kannada language.
Writing Mode: Students will solely use the black or blue ballpoint pen to mark their answers.
Marking Scheme: One mark is given for every correct answer.
Negative Marking: There’ll be no negative marking during this examination. just in case of more than one answer for every question is considered as a wrong answer.
Additional Exam: Language Test (for Bangalore candidates only) and Agriculture practical test (for agriculture aspirants).


Section-wise Question Weightage:

Section Marks Allotted No. of Question Duration
Chemistry 60 60 80
Mathematics/ Biology 60 60 80
Physics 60 60 80
Kannada (if applicable) 50 50 60

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