KEAM 2020 Question Paper – From this page candidates can download KEAM question paper. There are 2 papers in KEAM 2020. The KEAM paper 1 is for Physics & Chemistry and paper 2 is for mathematics. Both question papers of KEAM are available in various sets which may have different questions. KEAM 2020 is held in offline mode and each paper has 120 questions that are multiple-choice type. Download KEAM 2020 question paper from this page.
Latest: You can check KEAM 2020 question paper for paper 1 and 2 from below.
KEAM 2020 Question Paper
Using the KEAM 2020 question paper, answer key, and the copy of the OMR sheet, candidates can calculate their score in the entrance exam even before the result is out. For now, the question paper of KEAM 2020 is available in video format. You can check it from below.
|KEAM 2020 Question Paper|
|Paper 1 (Phy-Chem)||Check Here – Version A2|
|Paper 2 (Maths)||Check Here – Version B1|
KEAM 2020 Question Paper and Their Solutions
Candidates can check below the video solutions of KEAM 2020 question papers. Please note the version of the question paper you got in the exam and refer to the video solutions accordingly.
KEAM 2020 Full Solutions
KEAM 2020 Physics Solutions
KEAM 2020 (Mathematics)| Paper B1 | Question 1
KEAM 2020 (Mathematics)| Paper B1 | Question 2
KEAM 2020 Physics Solution
KEAM 2020 Question Paper Structure
The KEAM 2020 question paper shall look like the one below:
#1. Instruction: The candidates can check some important instructions at the beginning of the question paper.
#2. The question: The question appear here.
#3. Options: Since KEAM is an MCQ type exam, the candidates can check 5 options to each of the questions of which one is correct.
#4. Space for rough work: The question papers of KEAM shall have space for rough works, where the students can do all the rough calculations needed.
KEAM 2020 Question Paper Pattern
KEAM 2020 question paper pattern is as follows:
|Paper||No. of ques||Time|
|Paper I – Physics and Chemistry||120||2.5 hrs|
|Paper II – Mathematics||120||2.5 hrs|
Type of questions: All questions in the exam is of MCQ type
Number of papers: There are 2 papers in the exam (Physics & Chemistry and Mathematics)
Time: Each Paper id of 2hr 30 min or 150 minutes
Total number of questions: In each of the paper there are 120 questions
Marking scheme: The marking scheme is +4 for correct answers and -1 for the wrong ones
KEAM 2020 Answer Key
KEAM 2020 answer key is released online after the exam is over, at cee.kerela.gov.in. CEE Kerela releases the official answer key for the exam that has correct answers to all the questions asked in the exam. If any candidate has any complaint regarding the answer keys, the same should be submitted to the CEE in writing along with supporting documents and a fee of Rs.100/- per question by way of DD in favor of CEE, payable at Thiruvananthapuram, within 5 days from the date of publication of the answer keys on the website of the CEE.
Another type is also released just after the exam is held by the unofficial sources. This type of answer key is called the unofficial answer key. The candidates can use the answer keys to know their probable score in the exam even before the result is out. The formula that can be used to calculate the marks in KEAM 2020 is:
KEAM 2020 score = 4 X (no. of correct answers) – 1 X (no. of wrong answers)
KEAM 2020 Result
The KEAM 2020 scores are released first under the login of the candidates. The candidates can check their scores using the application number and date of birth. The candidates who are selected as per the scores are required to submit their 10+2 marks next.
The candidates who get selected in the merit list of KEAM 2020 have to appear for online KEAM 2020 counselling. The allotment seats in KEAM is done via the centralized allotments process (CAP). Candidates have to first fill the online choices of colleges/ courses. After that, on the basis of the score in the entrance exam (KEAM / NATA / NEET) and the choices filled, candidates will be allotted seats.
In-state of Kerala, KEAM is held for admission into courses like engineering, architecture, B.Pharm, MBBS, BDS, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Siddha, Unani, agriculture, forestry, veterinary, and fisheries courses. For engineering admission, CEE conducts KEAM entrance exam and seat allocation process. However, for admission in medical and architecture courses it is held only for seat allocation. Students who choose medical and architecture courses have to apply with NEET 2020 and NATA 2020 respectively scores and appear in CAP (common allotment process).
Official website: cee.kerela.gov.in
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