Karnataka Sample Papers and questions papers are the best resources to prepare and test your readiness for the exam. This year, KMAT (Karnataka) 2020 Second drive will be conducted on October 20, 2020 in offline mode. CheckKMAT Syllabus
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KPPGCA will issue the admit card for the state level management examination from October 18, 2020.
The sample papers can help in understanding the paper pattern and also help you assess your weak and strong areas.
KMAT Exam Pattern
Before starting to solve the sample papers of KMAT Karnataka, candidates must be familiar with the exam pattern. Highlights of the pattern are given below:
Mode of Exam: Offline (pen-paper) mode
Duration of Exam: 2 hours
Medium of Exam: English only
Type of Questions: MCQs
No. of Questions: 120
Marking Scheme: 1 mark per question with no provision of negative marking