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GATE Paper Analysis 2021

Updated By Sakunth Kumar on 23 Mar, 2021 11:04

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GATE 2021 Exam Analysis

GATE 2021 has been conducted on February 06, 07, 13 & 14. The candidates can find the detailed GATE exam analysis from this page for all the 27 papers.

GATE 2021 Question Papers
DatePaperAnalysis Link
February 06, 2021Civil Engineering (Session 1)GATE 2021 Civil Engineering CE-1 Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Instrumentation Engineering (IN)GATE 2021 Instrumentation Engineering (IN) Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Chemistry (CY)GATE 2021 Chemistry (CY) Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Civil Engineering (Session 2)GATE 2021 CE-2 Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Physics (PH)GATE 2021 Physics (PH) Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Biomedical Medical (BM)GATE 2021 Biomedical Engineering (BM) Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Aerospace Engineering (AE)GATE 2021 Aerospace (AE) Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Mining Engineering (MN)GATE 2021 Mining (MN) Exam Analysis
February 06, 2021Architecture & Planning (AR)GATE 2021 AR Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Electrical Engineering (EE)GATE 2021 Electrical Engineering (EE) Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Geology (GG)GATE 2021 Geology & Geophysics (GG) Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Agriculture (AG)GATE 2021 Agriculture (AG) Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Ecology and Evolution (EY)GATE 2021 EY Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)GATE 2021 ECE Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Petroleum Engineering (PE)GATE 2021 Petroleum Engineering (PE) Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Environmental Science & Engineering (ES)GATE 2021 Environment Science (ES) Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Statistics (ST)GATE 2021 Statistics (ST) Exam Analysis
February 07, 2021Production & Instrumentation Engineering (PI)GATE 2021 Production & Instrumentation (PI) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Computer Science (Session 1)GATE 2021 Computer Science (CS-1) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Mathematics (MA)GATE 2021 Mathematics (MA) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Biotechnology (BT)GATE 2021 Biotechnology (BT) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Chemical Engineering (CH)GATE 2021 Chemical Engineering (CH) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Textile Engineering & Fibre Science (TF)GATE 2021 Textile & Fiber Technology (TF) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Computer Science (Session 2)GATE 2021 Computer Science (CS-2) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Engineering Sciences (XE)GATE 2021 Engineering Sciences (XE) Exam Analysis
February 13, 2021Life Sciences (XL)GATE 2021 XL (Life Sciences) Exam Analysis
February 14, 2021Mechanical Engineering (Session 1)GATE 2021 Mechanical Engineering (ME-1) Exam Analysis
February 14, 2021Humanities & Social Sciences (XH)GATE 2021 XH Exam Analysis
February 14, 2021Mechanical Engineering (Session 2)GATE 2021 Mechanical Engineering (ME-2) Exam Analysis
February 14, 2021Metallurgy (MT)GATE 2021 Metallurgy (MT) Exam Analysis

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GATE 2020 Exam Analysis

GATE 2020 exam was successfully conducted on February 01, 02, 08, and 09, 2020. As the exam was conducted for subjects scheduled on Feb 01, 02, o8 & 09, 2020, candidates can check the detailed question paper analysis of the GATE 2020 exam on this page. Scroll down to check exam analysis for February 08th and 9th papers. 

Exam DatePaperExam Analysis & Expected Cutoff (Live)
February 01, 2020PHClick Here for GATE PH Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 01, 2020PEClick Here for GATE PE Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 01, 2020MTClick Here for GATE MT Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 01, 2020ME1Click Here for GATE ME Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 01, 2020INClick Here for GATE IN Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 01, 2020CYClick Here for GATE CY Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 01, 2020ME2Click Here for GATE ME Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 01, 2020PIThe difficulty level of the question paper was moderate. There were questions on Miller Cutter, Welding, Beam, Tension of Shaft, CNC Coding etc.
February 02, 2020ECE/ ECClick Here for GATE ECE Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 02, 2020MNClick Here for GATE MN Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 02, 2020XE - C (Material Science)Click Here for GATE XE Material Science (C) Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 02, 2020BTClick Here for GATE BT Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 02, 2020CHClick Here for GATE CH Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 02, 2020STClick Here for GATE ST Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 02, 2020AR, BM, XLNot Available
February 02, 2020MAClick Here for GATE MA Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 02, 2020 AGClick Here for GATE AG Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 02, 2020AEClick Here for GATE AE Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff
February 08, 2020CS

Click Here for GATE CS Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff

February 08, 2020EE

Click Here for GATE EE Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key & Cutoff

February 08, 2020TFClick Here to GATE TF Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff
February 08, 2020EYNot Available
February 09, 2020CE1, CE2Click Here for GATE CE Exam Analysis, Question Paper, Answer Key and Cutoff

GATE 2019, 2018 and 2017 Analysis

The GATE 2019 exam analysis for 2nd and 3rd February is available here. On both the days, the examination was conducted in two slots - morning shift was conducted from 9:30 to 12:30 PM whereas evening shift was conducted from 2:30 to 05:30 PM. On the very first day of the exam, papers of ME, MN, XE, XL, TF, and CY were concluded. On 3rd February, papers of CS, CH, AE, AG, AR, BT, EY, GG, IN, MA, MT, PE, PH, PI, and ST were held.

IIT Madras conducted the GATE 2019 exam in online mode on February 2, 3, 9 and 10 across 200 test centres in India and abroad. Thousands of engineering students take GATE every year for M.Tech admissions in institutes like IITs, NITs, IIITs and other GFTIs, and jobs in PSUs.

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all-India engineering entrance exam conducted for admission to M.Tech or postgraduate level in Engineering/ Technology/ Architecture or in Science. Available in the following sections are the detailed subject-wise GATE 2019 exam analysis as per the inputs received from the students who appeared in the GATE 2019 entrance examination. The exam analysis for GATE 2019 will also include the number of good attempts that will be enough to clear the exam....

GATE 2019 Exam Analysis for Mechanical Engineering (Morning Slot)

The overall difficulty level of GATE Mechanical paper was ‘Easy to Moderate’ in the morning slot. Like the previous year, the NAT (Numerical Answer Type) section had a good number of questions. There were about 26 questions (10 questions with a weightage of 1 mark each and 16 questions with a weightage of 2 marks each). The questions were a bit time-consuming and tested candidates' understanding of concepts. Manufacturing and Thermodynamics were the subjects which had a high weightage and were application-based questions. Fluid Mechanics, on the other hand, was comparatively easier with less weightage than expected. The general aptitude section was easy but the technical section was a bit tough and it had a few tricky questions. The math section had 8 questions and there were 47 questions from the mechanical engineering branch.

On the basis of the morning section, the expected cut-off is in the range of 31-33. Given below is the GATE 2019 Mechanical Engineering Slot 1 with subject-wise marks and the total number of questions 

Topics

Subjects

Total Number of Questions

Total Number of Marks

Integration, Limits, Eigenvalues, Trapezoidal method

Engineering Mathematics

8

12

English, Reasoning

General Aptitude

10

15

Non-Conventional Defects of Casting, Orthogonal turning, Slab milling, the Clearance fit

Manufacturing

8

14

Kinematics, Viscocity between layers, Total acceleration

Fluid Mechanics

3

4

Thermal Stress, Stress and Strain, Twisting moment

Strength of Materials

6

10

Vibrations, Cam follower, gyroscope, angular velocity

Theory of Machines and Vibrations

6

9

Weightage moving average, forecast, Assignment

Industrial Engineering

4

6

Entropy, Ideal gas VCRs, Brayton cycle, Rankine with regeneration

Thermodynamics and Applications

7

11

Convection (Nusselt no.), Conduction with heat generation

Heat Transfer

4

6

Position Vector, Friction Force, Truss, FBD

Engineering Mechanics

4

6

Gear, brakes, Fluctuating Stress, Factor of Safety

Machine Design

5

7

GATE 2019 Mechanical Engineering Session II (Afternoon slot) Analysis

The afternoon session had a ‘moderate to tough’ level. It had 32 numerical answer type (NAT) questions, 6 extra questions than the morning session. Since the NAT section is time-consuming, it made the paper lengthy. Due to this, time management became an issue for a lot of candidates.

The general aptitude test section had a moderate difficulty level and included 10 questions. The technical section had 8 mathematics questions and the remaining questions were specifically pertaining to the branch.

The manufacturing subject was given the maximum weightage and it had about 11 questions in the exam. The overall cut-off is likely to be in the range of 30-33 due to the difficulty level.

GATE 2019 Computer Science Exam Analysis

The computer science section had the difficulty level of ‘easy to moderate’. The paper pattern was similar to the previous year. NAT had 24 questions with 11 questions of 1 mark and 13 questions of 2 marks. The technical section was between ‘easy to moderate’ while the general aptitude section was easy.  

Database questions were tough. Data Structures, Discrete Mathematics subjects, and Programming had the maximum weightage. Also, there were 9 questions from Programming and Data Structures which was time-consuming for many students. The math section which had discrete math and engineering carried 18 marks, and it was a scoring section.

On the basis of the exam, the cut-off will be in the range of 24-27. The table below has the GATE 2019 Computer Science Engineering breakdown

Topics

Subjects

Total Number of Questions

Total Marks

Matrices, Eigen Values, Vector

Engineering Mathematics

5

7

Array, C Programming (Value Based)

Programming & Data Structures

9

14

Venn Diagrams, Speed-Time

General Aptitude

10

15

Hamiltotorian Mode

Discrete Mathematics

8

11

Cache full associations

Computer Organisation

3

4

Quicksort, Time complexity

Algorithms

4

6

Regular, Non-Regular

Theory of Computation

4

6

Synchronisation, SRTF, fork, deadlock

Operating Systems

5

8

First, follow

Compiler Design

3

5

B+ tree, Functional dependency

Databases

5

9

Application layer, layered application

Computer Networks

5

9

Number System

Digital Logic

4

6

Total

65

100

GATE 2018 Exam Analysis

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT-G) successfully conducted the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2018. A large number of students took the examination across various centres. All those who appeared for the examination can read the section-wise analysis and get to know the topics from where the questions were asked.

GATE 2018 exams on February 3 and 4 were conducted successfully in 2 sessions on each day – 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm. And the exams for remaining papers were also conducted on February 10 & 11, 2018. Test takers across various cities reported no major issues. The examination went off smoothly, and no problem was reported in terms of the functioning of the online portal and the exam interface.

CollegeDekho brings to you a detailed analysis of all 23 GATE 2018 papers, including ME, EY, PE, XE, XL, ME, AE, MA, PI, CS, MN, AG, AR, BT, CH, CY, GG, IN, MT, PH, TF, EC, EE and CE. With the help of GATE 2018 Analysis, candidates can get an in-depth understanding of each section of the paper, different topics and their weightage, as well as the difficulty level of the paper.

GATE Civil Engineering (CE) Paper Analysis 2018 - 11th Feb 

The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. The GATE 2018 Civil Engineering question paper comprised of both numerical and multiple-choice questions. Most of the questions in the paper were conceptual rather than calculation-based. The paper was divided into three sections - Technical, Engineering Mathematics and General Aptitude. Students had to attempt 65 questions in three hours and the maximum marks for students to score were 100. The questions with one mark were easy but the two-mark questions were quite time-consuming. According to the test-takers, qualifying the exam was easy, but scoring was tough. Check out the section-wise analysis of GATE 2018 CE Paper!

TopicsSub-TopicsDifficulty Level

Environmental Engineering

Sludge Disposal, BOD, Air Pollution, Domestic Wastewater

Moderate

Structural Analysis

Truss & Strain, Deflection of Beam

Tough

Water Resources Engineering

Fluid Routing, Unit Hydrographs, Flood Estimation

Easy

SOM/Solid mechanics

Deflection of Beams, Struss

Easy

RCC

Shear, Concrete Technology, Compression and Torsion by Limit State Methods

Easy

Geomatics/ Surveying Engineering

Coordinate System, Levelling, Theodolite-Traversing, Map Projections

Moderate

Geotechnical Engineering

Consolidation, Earth Pressure, Permeability & Seepage, Shear Strength, Compaction

Moderate

Transportation Engineering

Theory of Traffic Flow, Traffic Characteristics, GIS Remote Sensing, Pavements

Moderate

Construction Materials and Management

Construction Management, Analysis of Beam Sections at Transfer and Service Loads

Tough

Engineering Mechanics

Kinematics of Rectilinear Motion, Trusses and Frames

Tough

Steel Structure

Design of Tension Member, Plastic Analysis, Beams

Moderate

GATE Electrical Engineering (EE) Paper Analysis 2018 - 10th Feb 

IIT Guwahati has successfully conducted GATE 2018 entrance exam for Electrical Engineering (EE) paper on February 10, 2018, in the afternoon slot from 2 to 5 pm. Soon, Collegedekho will give you a detailed analysis of EE paper conducted today. As part of the analysis, you will get complete information on type and number of questions, paper pattern, the difficulty level of the paper as well as the marking scheme including the weightage given to every topic. Candidates may check the GATE paper analysis for EE as soon as it is available on this page.

GATE ECE Paper Analysis 2018 - 10th Feb

GATE Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) paper was conducted on February 10 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm in a computer-based format. Candidates may now check the detailed GATE ECE paper analysis 2018:

Topics

Total  No. Questions

Sub-Topics

Difficulty Level

Total Marks

Engineering Mathematics

10

Partial Derivative; Random Variables; Taylor’s Series, Res Differential Equation, DOL, Eigen Values

Difficult/Easy

14

Network Theory

5

Basic Components and types of circuits; RC Circuits; RLC Circuits

Two Port Networks

Easy

8

Signals and Systems

5

Linearity, FS, DFT, Pole-zero NQ camp

Easy

7

Control Systems

5

Feedback Controllers; State Space, Bode plot TD Analysis

Medium

8

Analog Circuits

5

Operational Amplifiers; Trans Imp Amplifier; Small Signal AM Diode; Zener Diode

Easy

8

Digital Circuits

7

FSM, CMOS, LF, MUX, FF, ROM

Medium

11

Communications

5

AM, Binary Channel; Prob of error, Gaussian Boise HT, RV

Difficult

9

Electronic Device Circuits

8

EB; Built-in Potential; NMOS, CMOS, IC Fabrications; P-N Junction, Solar cell

Easy

12

Electromagnetic Theory

5

SMIT, Transmission Lines, WG, OI, SD

Easy

8

General Aptitude

10

Filling Blanks, Geometry Numbers, GP, Mixt, CI, Probability

Difficult/Easy

15

GATE Mechanical Engineering (ME) Paper Analysis 2018 - 3rd Feb

Question Paper Pattern

In Mechanical Engineering, mostly Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions were asked and the proportion was higher in comparison to last year. This factor made the exam a bit difficult. It is easier to attempt direct Theoretical questions and Multiple-Choice-Questions (MCQs), which were lesser in number.

Exam Interface

There was no difference in the exam interface of this year and last year's exam. Since the virtual calculator was already available on the official website of GATE 2018, those who had practised well had an advantage.

Detailed Analysis of GATE ME Paper 2018 for Forenoon Slot (9 am to 12 pm) - 3rd Feb

SubjectsNo. of QuestionsTopicsDifficulty LevelTotal Marks
Strength of Materials (SOM)7Poisson's Ratio, ColumnsEasy10
Thermo Dynamics & Applied Thermo Dynamics5Brayton Cycle, EntropyModerate9
Mechanical Precision Engineering11Slab Milling, non-traditional machining, Casting, WeldingEasy to Moderate17
Theory of Machines (TOM) and Vibration4Natural Frequency, Dynamics of Slider Crank Mechanism, Epicyclic Gear TrainsEasy7
Fluid Mechanics7Flow-through Pipes, KinematicsEasy to Moderate10
Heat & Mass Transfer3Conduction, Heat ExchangerEasy to Moderate5
Engineering Mechanics3---
Machine Design3S-N Curve, Theories of FailureEasy to Moderate4
General Aptitude10Family Relations, Grammar, Inference, Co-ordinate GeometryTough15
Engineering Mathematics7Differential Equations, Probability, Rank of the Matrix, Eigen ValuesModerate14
Industrial Engineering2SchedulingModerate4

Overall, the difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate.

GATE ME Paper Analysis 2018 for Afternoon Slot (2 pm to 5 pm) - 3rd Feb

The questions that were Numerical Answer Type (NAT) were more in number as compared to the Multiple-Choice-Questions (MCQs). NAT questions had more weightage as well. The highest weightage was given to Manufacturing Technology and many of the questions were lengthy. The easy ones were of one mark and there were very few that had a moderate difficulty level. On the whole, the ME paper in the second slot required more logical thinking and conceptual analysis. Overall, the paper was easy to moderate in terms of the difficulty level.

GATE Life Sciences (XL) Paper Analysis 2018 - 3rd Feb

GATE 2018 Life Sciences (XL) Paper, conducted in the forenoon slot, had questions based on general aptitude and conceptual domain knowledge. Following are some of the highlights of GATE XL Paper 2018.

  • In Section P (Chemistry) of XL Paper, questions were based on Atomic Structure, periodicity, s.p. and d Block Elements, etc. This section is compulsory for candidates.
  • In Section Q (Biochemistry) of XL Paper, questions were based on Biochemical separation techniques, etc. The difficulty level of this section was of easy to moderate level.
  • In Section R (Botany) of XL Paper, questions were based on Plant Systematics and Economic Botany. The difficulty level of this section was of easy to moderate level.
  • In Section S (Microbiology) of XL Paper, questions were based on the discovery of microbial world; Landmark discoveries relevant to the field of microbiology, evaluation of the effectiveness of antimicrobial agents, etc. The difficulty level of this section was of Moderate level.
  • In Section T (Zoology) of XL Paper, questions were asked from evolution and animal world.
  • Section U (Food Technology) of XL Paper was easy to moderate in nature with questions based on Food Products Technology.

GATE Aerospace Engineering (AE) Paper Analysis 2018 - 3rd Feb

GATE AE exam was conducted in the afternoon slot. The examination 80% technical and 20% non-technical. Majority of the questions asked in AE were based on the core subjects such as Linear Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations. Out of the total 100 questions that were asked in the paper, only 15 questions were non-technical. In technical questions, some of the topics that were covered included Engg. Mathematics, Space Dynamics, Flight Mechanics, Aero Dynamics, Structure and Propulsion. On the other hand, non- technical questions covered English, Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning and Basic Mathematics.

GATE Engineering Services (XE) Paper Analysis 2018 - 3rd Feb

The difficulty level of GATE Engineering Services (XE) Paper, which was conducted in the morning slot, was medium. Engineering Mathematics was moderate and General Aptitude was a bit trickier in terms of difficulty level. In Section B of the paper, there were 7 topics - Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Material Science, Thermodynamics, Food Technology, Polymer Science and Engineering or Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. Candidates had to choose any two topics out of these 7.

GATE Computer Science (CS) Paper Analysis 2018 - 4th Feb

The GATE 2018 question paper for CSE was conceptually based. In the paper, topics such as Operating Systems, Computer Networks, DBMS, Verbal Ability and Numerical Ability were important and students are expected to score well in them. This examination was conducted in the forenoon slot on 4th February (Sunday).

Detailed Analysis of GATE CS Paper 2018 for Forenoon Slot (9 am to 12 pm) - 4th Feb

Subjects

No. of Questions

Topics

Difficulty Level

Total Marks

Engineering Mathematics

5

Linear Algebra, Eigen Values,

Calculus, Probability

Easy

7

Operating System

7

CPU Scheduling, Demand Paging (Vertical

Memory), Dead Lock, Main Memory,

Disk Scheduling, Deadlock, IPC


Moderate


10

Programming and Data

Structures

7

Queues, C Programming, Programming Code

Moderate

10

Design &

Analysis of Algorithm

4

Heaps, Matrix Multiplication

Difficult

7

Discrete Mathematics &

Graph Theory

7

First-Order Logic, Trees, Graph Theory (Chromatic Number), Set Theory,

Spanning Trees

Moderate

12

Computer Organisation &

Architecture

7

RISC Machine, Cache Memory, Instruction Pipeline, Number Presentation

Easy

11

Theory of Computation

3

CFL, NFA, Grammar

Moderate

7

Digital Logic

3

K, Maps, Boolean Algebra

Moderate

4

DataBase

Management System

2

SQL

Tough

4

Computer Networks

5

Protocols (TCP/NPP), Ethernet, TCP Protocol

Moderate

7

Compiler Design

4

Operator Precedeuly, Lexical Analysis

Moderate

6

General Aptitude

10

Functions, Grammar, Numbers, Work, Inference

Easy

15

GATE Chemical Engineering (CH) Paper Analysis 2018 - 4th Feb

GATE Chemical Engineering (CH) Paper 2018 was conducted in the afternoon slot (2 pm to 5 pm) on 4th February 2018. The paper was divided into - General Aptitude, from where 15 questions were asked, and Technical Section, from where 85 questions were asked. In the Technical section, the questions were divided into 1 mark and 2 marks questions. See the table below:

TopicsNo. of 1 Mark QuestionNo. of 2 Marks Question

Engineering Mathematics

2

5

Heat Transfer43
Chemical Reaction Engineering34

Mass Transfer

0

4

Process Calculation

1

2

Mechanical Operation

1

2

Plant Design and Economics

3

1

Fluid Mechanics

2

4

Instrumentation and Process Control

4

2

Chemical Technology

3

0

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

2

3

GATE Physics (PH) Paper Analysis 2018 - 4th Feb

The GATE 2018 Physics (PH) paper was conducted in the afternoon session on 4th February 2018. The conceptual based questions asked in the paper were related to subjects like Quantum Mechanics, EMT and Mathematical Physics. The difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate. Candidates had no issues in terms of time while solving the Physics paper. The questions asked in the examination were usually formula based that required little or no calculation at all.

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What was the difficulty level of GATE CE Session 1 exam 2020?

The difficulty level of GATE CE Session 1 exam 2020 was moderate.

What was the difficulty level of GATE EE paper 2020?

The difficulty level of GATE EE 2020 was moderate to difficult.

How many candidates registered for GATE 2021?

Almost 9 lakh candidates registered for the GATE exam 2021.

What is the weightage for Engineering Maths in GATE 2020?

The weightage for Engineering Mathematics in GATE is 30.

What was the difficulty level of GATE EE paper last year?

The EE paper of GATE 2019 and 2018 was relatively easy.

How to score more than 70 marks in GATE 2020?

In order to score more than 70 marks, you must know your syllabus and exam pattern thoroughly, understand the weightage of topics, prepare a study plan, focus on Engineering Maths and General Aptitude.

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