GCET 2020 NEWS
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
GCET 2017 was conducted on May 09 & 10, 2017. The difficulty level of the paper was moderate to difficult. The paper was held in offline mode. Candidates who appeared for GCET 2017 entrance exam are informed that official GCET Answer Keys are available at official website.
The exam was conducted in four slots over the period of two days. Today, the test of Physics and Chemistry was scheduled. In the first slot from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, the test of Physics was being conducted and in the second slot the test of Chemistry was scheduled. The timing of the second slot was between 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. It will be completed on May 10, 2017, as scheduled and was conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Goa (DTE).
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With the help of answer key, candidates can calculate the total marks and analyze their exam performance. This can be done by comparing correct answers in GCET Answer Key with the responses recorded by the applicants in the examination. The answer key will be taken into consideration for preparing GCET Result. The result will be declared on May 17, 2017. The answer key is needed to the solved steps and answers for the questions. Check GCET 2017 Answer Key, Question Paper and Analysis in this article.
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The length of paper has time duration of 2 hours. This year, approximately 1 lakh students are anticipated to write for this GCET 2017. Candidates are required to answer objective type multiple choice questions in each paper. As per information available, the exam paper has been divided into 4 papers, each pertaining to questions from its field of study.
It covered 30 questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics each, making it a total of 90 in all. These questions were of objective type, with multiple choices. The correct answer to each question would yield 4 marks, while each incorrect answer would result NO deduction of mark.
While most applicants found the paper to be easier than last year, opinion was divided over the three subjects.
Aditya:While the entire paper was relatively simple, the Mathematics segment was rather lengthy to solve.”
Rahul:Chemistry was easy and Physics was okay. Mathematics, however, was a bit tough and rather lengthy.”
GCET Answer Key and Question Paper will be updated soon as soon as it is available. Candidates can write us if they feel any of the answer is not correct. They will have to keep in mind that the calculated scores will not be 100% correct. It is important for all applicants to follow the marking scheme of GCET 2017. As Goa DTE is the exam authority, it will release the official answer key. Candidates can challenge the answer key if they find any discrepancy. The challenges against the answer key will be referred to the exam board constituted by DTE.
The official answer key of GCET will be released by the exam authority within a week after the examination. Candidates eagerly waiting for the answer key can follow these below steps to download the official answer key.
GCET 2017 Merit List will be displayed online on the official website of GCET. GCET 2017 Merit List of the eligible candidates is prepared in the descending order of the qualifying GCET marks as mentioned below:
The GCET Provisional Merit Lists of all professional courses and categories is displayed on the notice board at the Admission Centre at Directorate of Technical Education as per the schedule of GCET 2017 Admission. GCET 2017 Provisional Merit List is made available on website www.dtegoa.gov.in
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There have been a lot of similarities between this year’s and last year’s papers. As per our experts, the paper seems to have been moderately easy yet lengthy, with questions from some subjects being even lengthier than last year. The weightage of marks tilted towards questions from the 12th standard syllabi.
In Physics paper, overall questions were on easier side and straight forward as compared to last year. By and large, paper was on the expected lines without any element of surprise.
Mathematics, overall paper was good. Two-three questions were lengthy, but few questions were straight forward as well. Questions were asked from all chapters. Questions asked were conceptual in terms of tricks and approach. Students confined to the NCERT and related text books would find it difficult.
In Chemistry, question paper was quite balanced. Equal weightage was given to Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. However, there was no question from topics like States of Matter, Chemistry in Everyday Life. Unlike last year, this year most of the questions were conceptual while lesser number of questions were memory based.
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