KCET 2018 OMR SHEET AND ANSWER KEY
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KEA has released the provisional KCET answer key 2018 for all sets on April 24, 2018. Final answer key of KCET 2018 will be tentatively released after April 30, 2018. KCET answer key 2018 is released separately for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates can download the answer key for KCET 2018 from the downloadable links below.
|Provisional Answer Keys||Check Here|
Given below is the schedule of the examination which took place from April 18, 2018 to April 20, 2018.
Candidates can now access the KCET 2018 answer key for Maths and Physics by coaching institutes like Resonance, Allen, BASE, Expert classes etc. Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will release KCET answer key 2018 for all sets tentatively in first week of May 2018.
|Coaching Institute||Answer Key||Paper Analysis|
|BASE||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|Expert Classes||Click Here||Click Here||Available Soon||Available Soon|
|Allen||Available Soon||Click Here||Available Soon||Available Soon|
|Resonance||Available Soon||Available Soon||Available Soon||Available Soon|
|Question Paper- Set Wise|
|Physics||CODE D | CODE H|
Candidates can check last year subject wise answer keys from the table provided below:-
|Subject||Question Paper||Answer Key|
|Physics||Click Here||Click Here|
KCET Answer Key is published online at kea.kar.nic.in. Here are the steps to download the KCET Answer Key and Question Papers:
There is a provision of challenging the KCET Answer Key in case of discrepancy in any answer. Candidates can file an objection in person, via speed post or via e-mail. Candidates can submit their requests latest by May 10, 2018 (tentatively). No request will be accepted after the stipulated time. Here are the steps to challenge the KCET Answer Key:
The subject expert committee will analyze the answers and will decide the course of action. The decision of the committee is considered final and binding.
Here are the steps to calculate the marks through KCET Answer Key. You must be aware of the marking scheme of KCET 2018:
The question papers in KCET 2018 usually consist of 16 sets, these sets are A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B3, B4, C1, C2, C3, C4, D1, D2, D3, and D4. Each question paper is of multiple choice objective types questions.
The major use of the question paper is that the candidates can cross-check their answers once the answer key is available to them and also report to the authorities in case there is an objection to the answers. The question paper is important and must be retained by the candidate.
The question paper indicates the paper set that the candidate attempted and thus the candidate requires the set code while checking the answer key. Also, the question paper must also be retained by the candidate if they are reporting any objection to the answer key as the answers shall be then tallied only according to that set. The candidate can report the objection only if he/she has the correct question code and question number which is wrong in the answer key.
One of the question in my question paper was different in Kannada than its English version. I am confused which one is correct?
If there will be any discrepancy in Kannada and English version then the question mention in English language will be taken into account.
By mistaken I have mentioned 2 answers for the same question in my ORS sheet, Will my question be accepted?
No, a minute mark of pen on the OMR sheet will be taken into account. Therefore, it is advisable to mark your answers carefully
Can you tell me the weightage of 1st PUC syllabus in KCET 2018?
The authority follows 50% weightage rule i.e. 50% of the syllabus comes from 1st PUC syllabus and rest from 2nd PUC syllabus
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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