TSICET 2020 SYLLABUS
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TS ICET Syllabus is released by Kakatiya University, Warangal on behalf of TSCHE. The questions are constructed in a way that evaluates a candidate’s quantitative, verbal/reading and reasoning skills. There are three sections in TS ICET exam viz.
This year, KU had scheduled TS ICET 2019 on May 23 – 24, 2019 in two sessions. The exam was conducted in online (computer-based) mode, register at icet.tsche.ac.in. Apply now!
|Mode of Exam||Online (CBT) mode|
|Duration of Exam||2 hrs. 30 mins.|
|Max. Ques. | Max. Marks||200 | 200|
|Type of Questions||Objective (MCQs)|
|Exam Sections | Total Ques.||Analytical Ability | 75 Ques.|
|Mathematical Ability | 75 Ques.|
|Communication Ability | 50 Ques.|
|Marking Scheme||1 mark/ Ques.|
|No Negative Marking|
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Analytical Ability consists of 75 questions of one mark each, giving the entire section a good weightage of 75 marks. The sections will have questions from two broad topics:
Candidates should cover the following chapters for covering both the topics. These are the type of questions that TS ICET covers:
|Section A - Analytical Ability||No. of questions||No. of marks|
|Total||75 questions||75 marks|
Candidates can consult the following books that will help them prepare timely and with a set structure. Candidates should also solve both topic wise and mixed questions to make sure that their speed and accuracy can be tested well before the exam.
|Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation||R.S. Aggarwal|
|Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation||Nishit Sinha|
|Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation||Arun Sharma|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning PB||R Gupta|
Read More TS ICET Syllabus for Analytical Ability
Mathematical Ability consists of 75 questions of one mark each, giving the entire section a good weightage of 75 marks. Same as Analytical Ability. However, this section is slightly more difficult than analytical ability as it tests the candidate’s basics and mathematical aptitude. It will have questions from the following three broad topics:
Candidates should cover the following chapters the three topics. These are the type of questions that TS ICET covers for testing Mathematical Aptitude:
|Section B - Mathematical Ability||No. of Questions||No. of Marks|
|Algebraical & Geometrical Ability||30||30|
|Total||75 questions||75 marks|
|How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude||Arun Sharma|
|Quantitative Aptitude Quantum||Sarvesh Sharma|
|Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Exam||R. S. Aggarwal|
|Quantitative Aptitude for CAT||Nishit Sinha|
Communication Ability consists of 50 questions of one mark each, giving the entire section a decent weightage of 50 marks. It is lower than the other two sections but it is also harder to prepare and more time consuming as it involves a good understanding of grammar and long passages.
The section is divided as such:
Candidates should brush up on their grammar basics and make reading newspaper, blogs, novels and relevant news items as well as scholarly essays a regular time-bound activity to judge their speed and accuracy. They must also make it a point to solve as many reading passages as possible, it will give them a sense of structure and also improve their reading and answering time.
|Section C - Verbal Ability||No. of Questions||No. of marks|
|Business and Computer terminology||10||10|
|Total||50 questions||50 marks|
Read More About TS ICET Syllabus for Communication Ability
|Verbal Ability Guide For CAT And Other MBA Entrance Exams||Disha Experts|
|MBA Entrance examination: Popular master guide||S R Gupta|
|Verbal Ability||Arun Sharma|
|Objective English||R.S. Aggarwal|
|High School Grammar||Wren and Martin|
Helpful points to remember while preparing for TS ICET entrance exam:
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