GATE 2018 Paper Analysis by Made Easy - Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2018 has been conducted by IIT Guwahati on February 3, 4, 10 and 11 in a computer-based mode. Candidates can check the GATE paper analysis 2018 by Made Easy on this page compiled by Careers360, once the exam is concluded. This analysis will consist of information like type, number and pattern of questions along with the difficulty level of the paper. This analysis will allow candidates to know the topics from which questions will be asked in the exam. The GATE 2018 paper analysis by Made Easy will also carry the percentage of the topics from which questions will be asked in the exam. The GATE entrance exam is held at 199 cities across India and 6 cities abroad for 23 papers. By qualifying national level Post Graduate entrance examination, candidates will get admission to M.E./ M.Tech and Ph.D. programmes at IITs, IISc, NITs, GFTIs and other Universities in India. Careers360 will compile the GATE 2018 analysis by Made Easy as soon as the examination concludes.
Before proceeding towards Gate paper analysis 2018 by Made Easy, candidates must check the exam pattern of GATE 2018. Mentioned below is the detailed exam pattern of GATE 2018 for candidate's reference:
GATE Exam Pattern
computer-based Test (CBT)
Number of Papers
Total of 23 Papers. The candidates have to appear for the examination as per their selected discipline.
General Aptitude (GA) is common for all subjects (papers).
Number of Questions
Total of 65 questions which includes 10 questions from General Aptitude.
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions
Design of Questions
Designed to test-Recall, Comprehension, Application, Analysis and Synthesis abilities of the candidates
Questions will have weightage of 1 and 2 marks
1/3 marks to be deducted for incorrect responses in the questions carrying 1 mark. 2/3 marks to be deducted for incorrect responses in the questions carrying a weightage of 2 marks. There is no negative marking for NAT questions.
Distribution of Questions in All Papers except AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH and XL
Engineering Mathematics - 15% (15 Marks), Technical Questions - 70% (70 Marks), General Aptitude - 15% (15 Marks)
Distribution of Questions in Paper AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH and XL
Questions from Subject Concerned - 85% (85 Marks), General Aptitude - 15% (15 Marks)
New Section: In XE paper, new section (H)
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences has been included from the year 2017 onwards
GATE 2018 Paper Analysis by Made Easy
The paper analysis of GATE 2018 by Made Easy will be done after the conclusion of the exam. Careers360 will update the GATE paper analysis 2018 as soon as it is released by Made Easy. Meanwhile, candidates can refer the GATE cutoff of previous years.
GATE Cutoff 2018
The GATE 2018 cutoff is the minimum marks candidates need to obtain to get admission into M.Tech programmes. Candidates who will unable to score the minimum cutoff of GATE 2018, will not be considered for the admission to the M.Tech programmes. From the mentioned below table, candidates can get an idea of the marks they need to score to qualify in GATE 2018.
Previous Year’s GATE Cutoff
CS & IT
GATE Answer Key 2018 - The GATE 2018 answer key will be released by coaching centres like Made Easy after the conclusion of the entrance exam. However, IIT Guwahati will declare the official answer key of GATE 2018 tentatively within a week of the completion of the exam. With the help of the GATE answer key 2018, candidates can tally their answers and calculate their expected scores.
GATE Result 2018 - The GATE 2018 result will be declared on March 17 in online mode. To check the result of GATE 2018, candidates can log-in to GOAPS by entering their Enrolment ID, Registration Number, and Date of Birth. Along with result, candidates will be able to access GATE 2018 score and All India Ranks obtained by them. Once the GATE result 2018 is announced, candidates who will secure marks equal or more than the cutoff marks will be able to download the GATE score card from March 20 to May 31, 2018