Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2020 will be held on July 30 and 31, 2020. The exam will be held in offline mode. The registered candidates have already been issued the admit card for the exam. The exam will be held in 2 shifts each day. The first shift will 10:30 am to 11:50 am and the second shift from 2:30 pm to 3:50 pm in both the days.
On day 1, candidates have to appear for Biology and Maths paper. Day 2 will be Physics and Chemistry exams. To prepare for the exam in the last minutes, candidates can check here previous year question paper, mock tests, and books.
KCET Previous Year Question Paper
Previous year question papers act as a resource for the candidates who are about to appear for the examination. The candidates can download the KCET previous year question papers given below in order to know the level of questions, type of questions that have been coming over the years. Check the previous year question papers of KCET given below.
|KCET 2019 question paper with solutions||Click Here|
|KCET 2018 question paper with solutions||Click Here|
|KCET 2017 question paper with solutions||Click Here|
|KCET 2016 question paper with solutions||Click Here|
|KCET 2015 question paper with solutions||Click Here|
Check the question papers of KCET from 2004-2014 given below.
KCET 2020 Mock Test
Candidates can practice KCET mock test given below in order to know how their preparation is going on. By practicing the mock tests, the candidates will know how time management has to be done while attempting the paper on the examination day. Practice the free mock tests of KCET 2020 given below.
|Subjects||Mock Test Links|
Books Recommended for KCET 2020
Preparation from good books helps a lot to the candidates who are about to appear for the upcoming exams. Check the list of the books given below in order to prepare for KCET 2020.
|16 Year’s Solved Papers Karnataka CET Engineering Entrance||Click Here|
|Karnataka CET Explorer – Engineering||Click Here|
|Karnataka CET Previous Question Papers (PCMB) – Set Of 4 KCET Books||Click Here|
|Dinesh Karnataka Common Entrance Test Mathematics,|
Previous Years Solved Papers (KCET Book)
|K-CET/JEE-MAINS/NEET CHEMISTRY STUDY MATERIAL||Click Here|
|Wiley’s KCET Solved Papers and Practice Tests||Click Here|
KCET 2020 Last Minute Preparation Tips
The aspirants to appear for the KCET 2020 exam can check below the last minute preparation tips:
Notes: If you have made notes throughout the preparation period, it is time to take those note and revise them well.
Speed and accuracy: It is important to have good speed and accuracy at the same time. Thus to achieve it, the candidates must practice a lot of past year papers.
Revise, analyse, rectify, and repeat: Revision must be clubbed with analysing what is lacking. There can be some parts of a topic that you still cannot understand or solve. In that case, ask the teachers or your guide to help you out. But do not waste too much time if the same cannot be grasped. Move ahead and concentrate on the strengths now. Repeat the process, in this way candidates, can reduce the number of concepts that they are unable to cover.
Stay positive and concentrate on preparations: The COVID-19 situation is scary and we know that it is taking up most of the concentration away. But since the exam is being held as per the schedule the candidates must only concentrate on preparation. Take all necessary precautions for the exam day from now. Arrange masks and sanitizers also take care of the commute for the exam day.
Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) is conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) to grant admission in courses like B.Tech, B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture, B.Pharm, B.Sc (Hons) Horticulture, etc. The exam is conducted in the offline mode.
The exam is conducted in the offline mode. KCET consists of multiple-choice questions from the Mathematics / Biology, Chemistry, and Physics subjects. For each subject, 80 minutes are given to the candidates to complete the exam. For the correct answers, 01 marks are awarded. No marks are deducted in case of the wrong answers.
Check the distribution of questions given below.
|Subjects||No. of questions||Marks|
|Mathematics / Biology||60||60|
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