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KCET 2020 is conducted for the students seeking admission in various courses in different streams like Engineering, Architecture, Pharmacy, etc. The test will be conducted at 54 centers all over Karnataka. The application process for KCET closed on March 2, 2020. Candidates are expected to follow certain instructions on the day of examination and they should be familiar with KCET Exam Pattern to perform well in the test.
Candidates who have applied for Medical and Farm Science courses are required to appear in Physics, Chemistry and Biology papers. For seeking admission to Engineering and Technology courses, candidates should appear in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics papers whereas candidates have to appear either in Physics, Chemistry and Biology papers or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics papers for Pharmacy degree courses. For admission to MBBS/BDS courses, applicants are required to appear in NEET and aspirants of Architecture course have to appear in NATA (National Aptitude Test for Architecture).
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There are certain rules and instructions which must be adhered to, on the day of KCET 2020 test. Candidates should keep the following points in mind while appearing for the test:
However, candidates are not allowed to carry the following material inside the examination hall:
Candidates are not allowed to leave the examination hall before the completion of test, and without handing over the Answer Sheet and question paper to the invigilator.
Candidates should take care of the following instructions while filling KCET 2020 OMR Sheet:
KCET 2020 OMR sheet will contain the following details:
In KCET 2020 questions will be asked from Biology, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Time duration for each paper is 70 minutes, however, extra time of 10 minutes will be given for reading and filling details. Each paper will be of 60 marks and all the questions will be of objective type. Candidates can refer to the following table to check maximum marks in each subject in KCET 2020.
Mode of the KCET 2020 examination will be English only. Candidates should also be aware of the Marking Scheme of the test. For every correct answer, 1 mark will be awarded and fortunately no negative marking is applicable in the test. In the following table, complete details of KCET 2020 Exam Pattern are tabulated including the Marking Scheme for the test.
No. of Papers
3 Papers (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology)
Mode of KCET 2020
Pen and Paper-based Test
Duration of the exam
80 Minutes for each paper
Medium of the Question Paper
Total no. questions
Marks for Each question
1 Mark for Every Correct Response
Kannada Language Test and Agriculture Practical Test
Candidates should be aware of the syllabus and focus on important sections to score well in Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2020. Candidates are supposed to carefully go through the prescribed syllabus by the exam conducting authority for KCET 2020. Equal weightage can be given to first and second year syllabus of PUC while preparing for the entrance test.
1. Current Electricity
2. Heat and Thermodynamics
4. Laws of Motion
5. Wave Motion
7. Semiconductor Devices
Candidates can keep the following points in mind while preparing for KCET 2020:
Candidates appearing for KCET should practice the previous year papers. Practice of previous year papers is essential in order to avoid any surprise in the actual exam.
There are no fixed books demanded by KCET 2020. However, following books can be helpful to prepare for the exam:
13 Years Karnataka CET Explorer - Engineering
CET Medical Entrance – Karnataka Common Entrance Test: 14 Years Solved Papers
Karnataka CET – Explorer Medical
Karnataka CET – Explorer Engineering