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Students can learn about the preparation for KCET 2017 in this article.As soon as the date is announced for the exams a student begins to explore the options which can help him learn to perform better in his/her exams. Whether it is related to most important books or some tips that can help them boost their confidence. Often a candidate feels that he has acquired enough knowledge for his/her exam and all that he needs is a little push to work in the right direction. So here it is.
We are going to tell you about some tips which can be useful to guide you to start preparing for your exam. Do not worry if you have not pre-planned your schedule or even know what things to remember while giving your exam.
The KEA which is now the registered exam conducting body invited the applications from the candidates all over india to apply for the professional courses.The application process is online.The online application began from 27th January 2017 and the last date to fill the form was 8 March 2017 (extended date).
Please note that the last date to fill the application is now over.
LATEST– To know more about KCET 2017 preparation please read the article with complete details of the process.
Schedule of the CET 2017 Karnataka Application Form
Here are the important details for the application such as starting date of the application, last date to submit the application, the date by which the admit cards will be available and so on.
Students can go through these details for all the vital information. Complete details can be accessed anytime from the official website i.e www.kea.kar.nic.in.
Students can also download the brochure in ENGLISH or HINDI to ascertain unedited information.
|EVENTS FOR KCET 2017||DATE|
|Online application submission begins||27-01-2017|
|Last date for submission of application||08-03-2017|
|Last date to pay the fees||10-03-2017|
|Online editing begins||14-03-2017 to 31-03-2017|
|Admit Card||APRIL 2017|
|Date of exam for biology and mathematics||02-05-2017|
|Date of exam for physics and chemistry||03-05-2017|
|Results Declaration||MAY 2017|
|Counselling begins||JUNE 2017|
TIME TABLE FOR KCET 2017
The test for Biology and Mathematics will be conducted on 02-05-2017. The subjects will consist questions of 60 marks. The test will begin at 10:30 am and end by 11:50 am for the first part. The second part will resume at 02:30 pm and end by 03:50 pm
The test for physics and chemistry subjects will be conducted on 03-05-2017. The subjects will consist questions of 60 marks. The test will also begin at 10:30 am and end by 11:50 am for the first part. The second part will resume at 02:30 pm and will end by 03:50 pm.
|02-05-2017||10.30 am – 11.50 am
02.30 pm – 03.50 pm
|03-05-2017||10.30 am – 11.50 am
02.30 pm – 03.50 pm
KCET 2017 Exam Pattern
Students looking for information on the scheme and the pattern of the exam can refer to the details provided below.
The vital information has been put in bold letters for your easy access.
The Common Entrance Test will take place in two days for different subjects. On 02-05-2017, the test will be conducted for only two subjects i.e Biology and Mathematics and on 03-05-2017 the test will be conducted for the two subjects i.e Physics and Chemistry. Each subject will have 60 questions and the marks allotted for the exam is 60 marks each. The students will be given a time frame to finish their test. The duration of the test is 80 minutes. The paper will have Multiple Choice questions in type.The question paper will have four options. The students will be required to mark only one correct answer for which 1 mark will be awarded.The candidate will be required to mark maximum questions in order to obtain more marks. There is no negative marking for the wrong answers marked but there will be no marks also for the wrong answers marked. The test series code will be printed on the top of the question paper.
The KCET Syllabus 2017 will be mostly based on the First and Second PUC syllabus prescribed by the Department of Pre-University Education of Karnataka State. Syllabus for engineering will consist questions from physics, chemistry and mathematics and syllabus for pharmacy students questions will comprise subjects like physics, chemistry and biology.
EXAM CENTRES FOR KCET 2017
The karnataka Common Entrance Test will be conducted at 53 places for the year, these places are spread all over Karnataka.students must check their centre on the admit card before coming to the examination.
By following the link click here you will be able to locate the exam centres.
The test centres can be any city of Karnataka
HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE EXAM
Once the application has been registered and the admit cards are available for the students to download, the most genuine step that we see next is to start preparing for the exam. However, preparing for such exams like KCET 2017 may not be easy for the candidates.
Therefore, we have curated a list of must do’s and don’t for the preparation of the exam.
Tip 1. Read the syllabus.
The complete details for the syllabus can be accessed through the e-brochure to which the link is available above.
It is often noticed that candidates expect all the entrance exams bearing the same syllabus to be somewhat similar to each other. However, it may not be the case. Read the syllabus carefully as the syllabus topics may be same but their mark distribution may not be the as the others. For instance if a test assigns 35 questions from quantitative aptitude, the others might only ask 15 questions from biology topic. In such cases it will be inappropriate to stress or emphasize on one topic for longer durations. Therefore read the syllabus.
Tip 2. Happy to make your acquaintance.
It is better to practice a test or mock test as per the test timing. For instance if the exam is conducted between 10:30 to 2:30. Then take a test during that time so that you will get acquainted with the atmosphere of that duration and time.
Tip 3. It makes sense.
Your practice will only make sense if you are able to express it in words on the exam day. Sometimes we practice our subjects three to four months earlier and by the time our exams draw near we tend to forget all we have learned. The more practice the more solutions. However it is necessary to find right solutions that will save your irreducible amount of time.
Tip 4. Reading the margins.
As many books you read, it will not be a problem as long as you have understood them all. Mark a note on every page with important points written on the top of the page or stick a color note. This will help you the sifting through each page. Use different colors for each chapter and spare them on the edge of the book.
Tip 5. Lost and Found.
Students have been often seen using spare papers to note down their points and often misplace them when not kept in place.
Use only two notebooks at the most. One for practice and one for finalising your formulas.
Divide the sections of the notebook. If your spare paper do have some important points, you can either staple them or paste them in one place.
TIP 6. Divide and Rule.
If we begin to talk about this particular section, there is lot more to discuss that needs attention from the candidates. Here we suggest our readers to not only divide their subjects as per the syllabus but divide the internal units as well. For example physics, biology, chemistry all these subjects has divisions in topics. Some divisions are more important than the others. Candidates need to identify which units have regularly appeared in the exam. This task can be achieved by looking at the previous year question papers and mock tests. One can practice these mock tests available online and in books. As more you practice you will gain an idea of the questions that have reoccurring over the past five years or so.
TIP 7. Practice Only 10 years.
The practice paper or the mock test should not be more than 10 years old. Get your hands on the latest mock tests for practice. This is not enough practice but it is usually enough for the candidates to get them a clear insight as to which topic is more important and which one is not. Practice those topics regularly as per your suitability. We usually advise our students to spend at least 2 hours for one subject but since the exam date is so near you must put in at least 3-4 hours for one subject. However you must remember that this time for practice must not be clubbed with your revision time. Allow yourself to revise the subjects on weekends most preferably on Sundays.
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