KCET Marks vs Rank Analysis 2020

Sakunth Kumar
Sakunth KumarPublished On: August 21, 2020 | KCET

KCET 2020 results have been released on August 21. Check KCET 2020 marks vs rank analysis here to have an idea of estimated rank for marks scored in the entrance exam.

KCET Marks vs Rank

KCET Marks vs RankKCET 2020 exam has been successfully conducted on July 30, 2020, for Biology and Mathematics. Physics and Chemistry took place on July 31, 2020. The results for the entrance exam have been released on August 21, 2020. As the exam has been concluded, the candidates may look for marks vs rank analysis for KCET exam. This will help the candidates to identify which rank he/ she would get for the marks scored in the entrance examination. At the same time, candidates can figure out the admission chances in B.Tech colleges that accept KCET score for admission. In this article, an analysis has been made for KCET Marks vs Rank for engineering stream, i.e., B.Tech. The candidates must note that we referred to previous years’ data of KCET to prepare this analysis. Therefore, the marks vs ranks for 2020 may vary. The official answer key for KCET 2020 has been released, and it is time to check Marks vs Rank.

Direct Link to Check KCET Results 2020KCET 2020 Toppers List

Table of Contents

KCET Expected Marks vs Rank for 2020Factors Determining KCET Merit Position
List of Best Engineering Colleges in KarnatakaColleges for KCET Rank 50,000 to 1,00,000
List of Colleges for KCET Rank 25,000 to 50,000List of Colleges for KCET Rank 10,000 to 25,000
List of Colleges for KCET Low RankKCET Rank Predictor 2020

KCET Marks vs Rank 2020 (Expected)

The candidates must note that marks scored in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of KCET exam are important to determine the rank. Each subject carries 60 marks, and the exam is conducted for 180 marks. As the highest and lowest marks change every year, the range of marks vs rank will also change accordingly. Here is the expected analysis of KCET marks vs rank 2020. You can also click on the link given below to predict your KCET 2020 rank using our KCET rank predictor tool - 

Rank Range

Marks Range (out of 180)

1

178

2

176

3

174

4

174 or 173

5

172

6

171

7

171/ 172

8

170

9

171

10 – 20

167 – 170

21 – 30

164 – 166

31 – 40

161 – 164

41 – 50

158 – 161

51 – 60

156 – 160

61 – 70

154 – 156

71 – 80

152 – 156

81 – 90

150 – 152

91 – 100

148 – 152

101 – 110

146 – 150

111 – 120

144 – 150

121 – 130

144 – 146

131 – 140

142 – 146

141 – 150

141 – 145

151 – 160

140 – 146

161 – 170

140 – 143

171 – 180

138 – 142

181 – 190

137 – 140

191 – 200

136 – 140

201 – 210

135 – 140

211 – 220

134 – 140

221 – 230

133 – 140

231 – 240

132 – 140

241 – 250

131 – 140

251 – 260

130 – 140

261 – 270

129 – 139

271 – 280

128 – 139

281 – 290

127 – 139

291 – 300

126 – 139

301 – 310

125 – 138

311 – 320

124 – 137

321 – 330

123 – 136

331 – 340

122 – 135

341 – 350

121 – 134

351 – 360

120 – 133

361 – 370

119 – 133

371 – 380

118 – 132

381 – 390

117 – 131

391 – 400

116 – 130

401 – 410

115 – 129

410 - 1000

100 – 130

1001 - 1500

100 – 120

1501 - 2000

100 – 115

2001 - 2500

100 – 110

2501 – 3000

100 – 105

3001 – 3500

95 – 100

3501 – 4000

90 – 100

4001 - 4500

85 – 90

4501 - 5000

80 – 85

5001 - 5500

75 – 80

5501 - 6000

70 – 75

6000 - 10000

65 – 70

10001 - 20000

60 – 65

20001 - 40000

55 – 60

40001 - 50000

50 – 55

50001 - 60000

45 – 50

Note: The above data is tentative, and this was prepared on the basis of 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016 ranks vs marks of KCET. The data on the table above is just for reference, and the same may vary for KCET 2020.

Factors Determining KCET 2020 Merit Position

The candidates must note that KCET 2020 marks will not be the sole criterion for determining the rank and merit of the candidates. The following factors shall be considered for determining the merit/ rank of the candidates in the entrance exam –

Marks obtained by candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of KCET examination.

Marks obtained by the candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of Class 12th.

The overall marks scored by candidates in Class 12th and KCET will be normalized to determine the merit rank.

Based on the overall score secured by the candidates, KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) will release KCET merit list 2020. For more details, you can click on the links below –

Steps to Get Admission without KCET Score

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List of Engineering Colleges in Karnataka (City Wise)

Here is the list of top B.Tech colleges in Karnataka (city wise). You can click on the links below to check the list -

List of Engineering Colleges in KarnatakaTop B.Tech Colleges in Bangalore
Top B.Tech Colleges in MangaloreTop B.Tech Colleges in Belgaum
Top B.Tech Colleges in Belgaum Top B.Tech Colleges in Hubli
Top B.Tech Colleges in Manipal Top B.Tech Colleges in Gulbarga
Top B.Tech Colleges in HassanTop B.Tech Colleges in Davangere
Top B.Tech Colleges in BijapurTop B.Tech Colleges in Mandya

KCET 2020 Answer Keys

The answer keys of KCET 2020 can be checked by clicking on the links below -

KCET 2020 Biology Answer KeyKCET 2020 Mathematics Answer Key
KCET 2020 Physics Answer KeyKCET 2020 Chemistry Answer Key

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