KCET Exam Pattern 2021 (Released) - Detailed Syllabus and Preparation Tips
KCET Exam Pattern 2021- Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has released the KCET 2021 exam pattern in online mode. Using the exam pattern of KCET 2021, candidates may know many important details regarding the entrance exam such as the duration of the exam, types of questions to be asked, total number of questions, marking scheme and much more. Candidates are able to check the KCET exam pattern 2021 on the official website. Candidates preparing for KCET 2021 must check the exam pattern as it will help them to prepare for the exam in a much better way. Candidates are also advised to check the KCET syllabus 2021. It must be noted that KCET is conducted as a pen and paper-based exam for admission into the undergraduate engineering courses offered by the participating colleges. Read the complete article to know more about the KCET exam pattern 2021.
Latest Updates for KCET
- 22 Feb 2021:
KCET exam dates 2021 announced; exam to be held on July 7 and 8.
KCET 2021 Exam Pattern
Candidates can find the exam pattern of KCET 2021 on the official website. It has been released along with the KCET 2021 brochure. KCET exam pattern will contain many details such as mode of exam, duration of exam, marking scheme, types of questions and more. The authorities will conduct the exam in three sessions in two days - on the first day, the Mathematics paper will be conducted and on the second day, Physics and Chemistry tests will be held.
KCET Exam Pattern 2021
Pen-paper based examination
Number of Sessions
Session 1- Mathematics
Session 2- Physics
Session 3- Chemistry
Medium of Language
English or Kannada
1 hour 20 minutes for each session
Objective (MCQs - Multiple Choice Questions)
Total Number of Questions (Including all the sessions)
Number of Questions per Subject
Mathematics- 60 Questions
Physics- 60 Questions
Chemistry- 60 Questions
1 mark will be allotted for each correct answer.
There is no negative marking in the exam.
OMR Sheet for KCET 2021
As KCET 2021 will be conducted offline (pen and paper based test), candidates will be required to mark their responses in the OMR sheet. The sheet will have four options for all the questions and candidates will have to shade the correct answer. It should be noted that answers once shaded can’t be changed. Therefore, students must be careful while doing the exam.
The authorities have also released the revised syllabus along with the KCET exam pattern 2021. Candidates are advised to go through the syllabus properly to skip the chances of missing out on any topic. The KCET 2021 syllabus contains the topics from which the questions will be asked in the entrance test. The syllabus of KCET 2021 is based on the First and Second PUC syllabi prescribed by the Department of Pre-University Education of Karnataka State.
KCET Sample Papers 2021
Solving the sample papers play a vital role in maximising scores in the exam. KCET 2021 sample papers are prepared in the pattern that is similar to the actual question paper. Therefore, through the sample papers, candidates can get an insight into the actual entrance exam. There are many benefits of solving the sample papers such as it helps to understand KCET exam pattern, time management, difficulty level of the paper, strengths and weakness and more.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - KCET Exam Pattern 2021 (Released) - Detailed Syllabus and Preparation Tips
Question: Will KCET 2021 be conducted in online or offline mode?
The authorities conduct KCET in offline mode (pen and paper based test).
Question: How many questions will be asked in KCET 2021?
KCET 2021 will be conducted for three subjects - Maths, Chemistry, and Physics. The paper will have 60 questions from each subject.
Question: What is the marking scheme of KCET 2021?
For every correct answer, one mark will be alloted. There will be no negative marking.
Question: What will be the medium of language of KCET 2021 paper?
KCET 2021 will be conducted in two languages - English and Kannada.
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Questions related to KCET
Where can i apply for KCET exam
First you have register yourself in their Official Website by setting in your E-mail ID and mobile number where next you'll be asked to fill in your personal and contact details. Then the Application Number will be generated and sent to your registered Mail ID and Mobile Number. You'll have to fill details for appearing in KCET. Then you have to upload the scanned images of your photograph, signature, left thumb impression and your parent's too! Finally pay the fee!
Can I get into NITK Suratkal via KCET ?? IF NO then, Assuming my KCET RANK IS 1 will I get CS in NITK Suratkal??
admission to NITK is cannot be obtained through KCET Examination. You can secure admission at NITK based on your JEE Mains score, only if it is the qualification score for admission at NITK.
KCET is the enterence test for lateral entry in Benglore??
I hope you are doing good . As per your query , I would like to inform you KCET entrance is state level exam and is for karnataka students to take admission in various courses like btech . Their is no provision for lateral entry , moreover you have atleast 45 percent in your 10+2 pcm aggregrate and you should have maths as compulsory subject
For details ,you can also refer to below link
Hope you found this answer helpful. Good luck for your future
What is the difficulty level of COMEDK in comparison to KCET?
K CET and Comedk both are state level exams.
K CET is conducted by Karnataka government and CET fees for college is around 3600. Other state students can not participate in exam.
Comedk is conducted by private college associations and can grant Admission to only private colleges in the comedk list. Other state students can better across to private colleges through comedk.
Now talking about difficulty level, both exam pattern is almost the same.one has to attempt 60 questions in 70 minutes.
The examination rules and difficulty level for K CET is a bit more than Comedk.
Other difference is Admission through K CET is based on marks obtained in 10+2 also whereas through Comedk admission is solely based on entrance exam.
Hence, As per reviews K CET exam difficulty level is more than Comedk as for government college admissions you need more marks to get a seat and competition is tough.
kcet 2021 application form date by karnataka goverment
The application forms for KCET 2021 will be released by the end of April tentatively. Interested candidates can go to the official website and fill the application form: cetonline.karnataka.gov.in . The date of examination is 7th and 8th July 2021. The application fee for general candidates is INR 500 and for SC/ST/Female candidates it is INR 250.
For more information about the application process: https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/kcet-application-form
I hope this helps.