Reena Saini Updated On: 18 Apr, 2019 14:24 IST
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Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB) will announce the GUJCET 2019 Result in the last week of May 2019 (tentatively). The Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET 2019) is usually conducted in the month of April by Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB). Candidates who appear for the exam in 2019 will be able to check their results online.
Every year, GUJCET result is declared at the end of May. Before the results, Answer Key is provided to the candidates to verify their answers. The answer key for all the sets is available on the official website of GSEB after the exam.
The candidates will be able to obtain the GUJCET 2019 result by using their seat no. From the declared result, the candidates will be able to obtain their subject-wise obtained marks, total marks, and ranking. Those candidates who manage to secure the required marks will be eligible for allotment of seats.
|Date of GUJCET 2019 Examination||26th April 2019(Revised)|
|GUJCET 2019 Result Date||2nd week of May 2019|
|Date of GUJCET 2019 Counselling||June-July 2019|
Go to the official website of Gujarat Secondary Education Board (GSEB).
Click on the link to access GUJCET 2019 Result.
Enter details in the given field (Seat No.) and click on 'Go'.
The GUJCET 2019 result will be displayed on the screen.
Check the result and take a printout for future reference.
The printout of scores will be used at the time of admissions.
Qualified candidates can download their GUJCET 2019 scorecard from its official portal.
The GUJCET 2019 scorecard comprises of the Percentile, as well as the Sectional score of the candidates.
GUJCET 2019 Scorecard is valid for one academic year only.
GUJCET 2019 Scorecard is compulsory for every qualified candidate to carry at the time of admissions.
GUJCET 2019 Merit list 2019 will be issued on its official link.
The merit list of GUJCET 2019 will be prepared on the basis of rank and marks scored in the exam by candidates.
1. Is the merit list common for all categories?
No, merit lists are prepared separately for various categories.
2. How are merit marks calculated for GSEB/CBSE/ICSE/NIOS for Engineering admissions?
Sum of 60% weightage of the percentile obtained in the theory subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and 40% weightage of the percentile obtained in the GUJCET shall be the merit marks.