Best Books for KCET 2020
Best Books for KCET 2020- Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) conducts KCET which is a pen-paper based examination for admission to B.Tech courses offered by the participating institutes in the state. Every year lakhs of candidates appear for the KCET exam and all of them search for the best study material to crack the exam. One of the major queries of candidates appearing for the exam is what are the best books for KCET?. In order to answer this query of the candidates, we have listed the best books for KCET 2020 on this page. Candidates can also find preparation tips to crack KCET 2020 here. Read the full article to know more.
Latest: KCET 2020 will be held on July 30 and 31.
Best Books for KCET 2020
Having the best study material is very important to crack any exam. So, here we are providing a list of some of the most important books for KCET 2020 preparation-
16 Year's Solved Papers Karnataka CET Engineering Entrance by Arihant Publications
Karnataka CET Explorer - Engineering by MTG Editorial Board
KCET Chapterwise Previous Questions with Solutions by Annapurna Experts.
Candidates can find the list of subject-wise best books for KCET 2020 below-
Best Books for KCET 2020: Physics
NCERT books of Class 11 and 12 for Physics
Physics for Karnataka CET and COMEDK
Physics for 1st Year PUC by AS Govind
Physics for Karnataka CET and COMEDK by K. L. Gomber and K. L. Gogia
Fundamentals of Physics by S Chand
Pradeep’s Fundamental Physics (Class 11 and 12)
Best Books for KCET 2020: Chemistry
NCERT books of Class 11 and 12 for Chemistry
Modern’s Abc of Chemistry, Part 1 and part 2 by S.P. Jauhar
Chemistry for 1st Year PUC by Prof. Somashekara Prasad
Pradeep’s New Course Chemistry
Best Books for KCET 2020: Mathematics
NCERT books of Class 11 and 12 for Mathematics
CET by Bosco
MCQ by Asit Das GuptaMathematics by Dinesh
Mathematics for 1st Year PUC BY Dr. PG Umarani
KCET 2020 Preparation Tips
Here are some preparation tips for KCET 2020 that students should follow to boost their preparation. Although, a study plan varies from one person to another but students can incorporate all these points to make their preparation strategy stronger.
Know the Syllabus well- Candidates must understand the KCET 2020 syllabus well before starting their preparation. Knowledge of the syllabus will help the candidates to study the right topics for the exam. Also, they will have an idea of what has to be covered for the exam.
Time Management- Candidates should know how to manage the time available to them for KCET 2020 preparation. Candidates should make a time table to study regularly. Also, they should ensure that the time table is designed in such a way that ample time is given to each subject and the entire syllabus is covered before time.
Best books- Candidates should start their KCET 2020 preparation with their NCERT Books. After completing the NCERT books, candidates can move to important reference books which are mentioned in the article.
Revision- Candidates must allot proper time of revision in their study plan. It is very important that the candidates revise what they have studied otherwise there are chances that they may forget some small topics.
Sample papers- Candidates should practice more and more KCET 2020 sample papers. These sample papers are based on the actual pattern of the exam and also helps the candidates to analyse their performances.
Questions related to KCET
in kcet exam can I write biology exam instead of maths exam
Yes You can write exam but If you will apply as PCB candidate then you will be eligible for B.pharma.
For pursuing a B.Tech degree through KCET exam, you need to apply as PCM candidate . Maths is compulsory subject for the eligibility criteria of the exam.
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my kcet 2020 application form soft copy is lost due to some problems in my mobile. and i dont even have a print out. How to get it back? plz help me..
To download your soft copy of the filled KCET application form, you need to login to the official website where you registered for KCET. https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/cetappl2020/Home.aspx
You can find your application number in mail sent to your registered email address and the SMS sent to your registered mobile number at the time of registration..
Once you login, you will get the option to download the soft copy of the application form.
Even if you face any kind of difficulty in downloading the form, you can contact the authorities at
Helpline Number: 080 - 23 460 460 (5 Lines)
Please note that download the completely filled application form, take a print out and get it attested by the School Principal or PU of the institute/school/college studied or currently studying or by any Gazetted Officer. Candidates are required to produce this attested application form of KCET 2020 at the time of counselling.
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KCET is necessary for BCS. forestry
I think that you mis-spelt the question because it seems that you are asking about B.Sc forestry course. So I would like to tell you that if you want to take admission in colleges of Karnataka state than only KCET is mandatory but if you want to take admission in any other state so KCET is not required.
KCET stands for Karnataka Common Entrance Test, it is only valid for Karnataka state colleges. For more details refer to the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
If I am get 80 marks in kcet then what will be my ranking?
Hello Veereshmm ,
- KCET cut off depends on factors like no. of students appeared for the exam, difficulty of the exam, total number of seats available etc. You have to see previous years cut off and then analyse the marks you need to score to get your rank below 100. Out of 180, the candidate has to score more than 150 marks to get his rank below 100.
- So for 80 marks the ranking will be around 4500-5000
You can check the cut off on the link below -
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whether kcet 2020 exam will post pone
As of now your KCET 2020 examination has been scheduled to be conducted on 30th July and 31st July and nothing can said about its postponement as there's no information of its postponement officially
But yes ,.
Now that ,NEET and JEE examination has been postponed due to increase in covid-19, chances are there that your KCET examination may gets postponed too but nothing can be said with surety
If it gets postponed then a notification will be released officially , till then you should focus and concentrate on your KCET preparation considering 30th and 31st july 2020 as KCET examination date