KCET Paper Analysis 2019

Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 12 Sep, 2019 11:25 IST

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KCET 2020 Pre-Exam Analysis

The KCET 2020 pre-exam analysis, based on the KCET 2019 exam analysis, will help the KCET 2020 aspirants to gear up for the entrance exam. The pre-exam analysis for KCET 2020 will also shed light on each section of the KCET 2020 exam, which includes, types of questions, the difficulty level of the sections etc. 

KCET 2020 is expected to be conducted during the last week of April month for admission into professional degree courses like B.Pharm, B.Sc, B.Tech offered by various Karnataka Government/Private Aided/Private Un-aided educational institutes. The KCET 2020 application process will most probably begin in February first week. 

KCET 2020 Pre-Exam Analysis of Physics

  • The questions will be asked from Class XIth and XIIth textbooks

  • Most of the questions are expected to be from Class XIIth textbooks

  • Maximum questions will be numerical-based questions

  • The difficulty level of the Physics section is expected to be between moderate to difficult

  • A score of more than or equal to 85% will suffice, say the experts

KCET 2020 Pre-Exam Analysis of Chemistry

  • The candidates must focus on their Class XIth and XIIth Chemistry textbooks as the questions will be mostly from there

  • The KCET 2020 Chemistry section is expected to be not so difficult compared to the Physics section

  • The candidates can expect a good number of numerical-based questions in this section

  • The candidates can also expect a good deal of questions from their Class XIth Chemistry textbooks

KCET 2020 Pre-Exam Analysis of Mathematics

  • Similar to previous sections, the KCET 2020 Mathematics section questions will also be from the Class XIth and XIIth textbooks

  • Most of the questions are expected to be easy but the percentage of difficult questions is also expected to be on the higher side

KCET 2020 Pre-Exam Analysis of Biology

  • The questions will be asked from the Class XIth and XIIth textbooks

  • The quotient of difficult questions in this section is expected to be on the lower side

  • Most questions will be moderately difficult, as indicated by the previous year exam pattern

  • A score between 80% and 85% in this section will be enough to put the candidates’ name in the merit list

Karnataka CET (KCET) 2019 Paper Analysis

The first day of the state-level Karnataka CET 2019 entrance exam is over. KCET 2019 is being conducted on 29th and 30th April for candidates seeking admission in full-time undergraduate Engineering, Architecture, and Pharmacy courses offered by both Governments assisted and private colleges in Karnataka. The 2019 KCET paper analysis will be available once the exam is concluded.

In the meanwhile, you can have a look at the detailed KCET 2018 paper analysis including the difficulty level of the exam and good attempts. Test takers can also get their estimated score and rank using the KCET 2019 Rank Predictor

Karnataka CET 2019 Exam Schedule

                                    Date                                                     Sessions
April 29 & 30, 2019 (Revised)                         10.30 am to 11.50 pm & 2.30 pm to 3.50 pm                

KCET 2018 Exam Analysis

On the first day of the exam, candidates received the OMR sheets with pre-entered details such as the name, hall ticket number, and version code of the question paper. Apparently, the idea behind prefilled details was to eliminate the possibility of errors. In wake of this change, the duration of 15 minutes for filling up the details before the commencement of the exam was reduced to 10.

Students welcomed the move as it reduced the stress of filling the correct details in the OMR sheet, and it meant that aspirants could focus just answering the question paper.

Day 1 of KCET 2018

Biology: The KCET 2018 Biology paper was set from the prescribed syllabus only. While 15 questions were from 11th Class syllabus, 45 questions were asked from 12th Class syllabus. A student who prepared well for the exam can easily score 80 to 85% marks.

Mathematics: Mathematics paper was moderate in terms of the difficulty level. There were 40 questions that turned out too easy, 15 questions were of moderate difficulty level and 5 questions were on the tough side. The question paper was set from the prescribed syllabus of 11th and 12th class. 

Day 2 of KCET 2018

Physics: All the questions asked in the entrance exam were from the prescribed syllabus of 11th and 12th class. However, the maximum questions were asked from class 12 syllabus. This year, the paper had 50% more numerical questions in comparsion to last year's paper. Most of the questions in Physics paper had a moderate difficulty level. Well-prepared candidates can fetch 80%-85% marks in the exam. 

Chemistry: The question paper of Chemistry was balanced in terms of questions. Almost 75% questions asked in the paper were easy in terms of the difficulty level. The numerical questions asked in the Chemistry paper were also good in number. In this subject, 17 questions from the syllabus of class 11 and 12.

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