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KCET is going to be conducted on May 4, 2017 (Biology & Mathematics) and May 5, 2017 (Physics & Chemistry). Mathematics paper consists of 60 questions and each student will be given a duration of 80 minutes to complete the test.
Question paper consists of objective type questions. Candidates have to choose the correct option from the given multiple choices. The whole mathematics paper is divided into 16 parts. All the questions carry one mark each. There is no negative marking.
So, that the candidates can answer to all the questions without bothering about losing their marks if the answer is wrong.
It is very important for the candidates to know the KCET Mathematics 2017 syllabus to prepare well for the exam. The questions are asked mainly from 26 chapters. The KCET Mathematics 2017 syllabus is given below in the table:
|Name of the Topic||Percentage of Questions from each topic|
|Sets, Relations and functions||5|
|Matrices and Determinants||5|
|Permutation And combination||4|
|Sequence and Series||3|
|Continuity and Differentiability||3|
|Pairs of Straight lines||3|
|Exponentials and logarithms||1|
|Heights and distances||1|
|Application of Derivatives||1|
Questions from other chapters are less compared to the questions coming from the above given 26 chapters. All those candidates who want to get good marks in KCET 2017 examination, have to thoroughly go through the above given 26 chapters and understand the basics. As it is mathematics paper more than understanding something, you need to practice more questions based on the syllabus.
All the topics prescribed in the syllabus are actually important. Give more time to those topics which have got more weightage.
Using the KCET Preparation Tips, you can improve you scores in KCET examination. There are no shortcuts for getting good scores in the examination. Only way to get good marks is that to work hard.
There is no substitute for hard work. You need to understand the basics of the topics given in the syllabus and practice as many questions as possible. You need to be focused in studies. Prepare notes while going through the topics. It will help you in saving the time at the last moment. You can refer to these notes at last moment. You can’t go through the whole book at the end.
Time management is important both during the preparation time of examination and also while you are writing the exam. If you need to go through all the topics prescribed in the syllabus, then you need to manage your time. Make a timetable and give more time to those topics which contains more weightage. Also, don’t waste your time sitting with one question. As there is no negative mark, you guys can answer as many questions as possible. So, if you keep time for at least reading those questions you guys can score more.
Download as many question papers as possible and practice them. Practice makes a man perfect. Also, it will improve your calculation speed. So, the candidates are advised to download previous year question papers which will easily be available in the net try solving them.
Evaluate yourself after completing every question paper. If you are getting better scores and if your speed of doing those problems has improved, then it is clear that you are in the correct path. Otherwise take a break and understand where you went wrong and rectify those problems.
Several books are available in the market which you can refer for the KCET preparation. The names of those books are given below: -