KEAM Syllabus 2018 – Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Government of Kerala, releases KEAM syllabus along with the information brochure for the entrance exam. The syllabus of KEAM 2018 will have unit-wise topics for all the three subjects that are included in the exam – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Candidates must go through the KEAM 2018 syllabus throughly so that they are clear about which topics are important and which topics are irrelevant. To get a good score in the entrance exam, the candidate needs to work for all the topics included in the KEAM 2018 syllabus. As part of the preparation plan, the candidate can divide the syllabus of KEAM 2018 into several heads on the basis of difficulty level like – difficult, moderate and easy. The candidate must dedicate sufficient time to tackle the difficult topics, and complete them one at a time. Timely revision is also a important element to taste success in KEAM. Check the full article to know in detail about KEAM Syllabus 2018.
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KEAM 2018 Syllabus for Mathematics
KEAM Syllabus 2018 for Physics
KEAM 2018 Syllabus for Chemistry2018
KEAM Application Form 2018: The exam conducting authority will release the application form of KEAM 2018 tentatively in first week of February and will close around last week of the same month. The KEAM 2018 application form can be filled in online mode only and incudes the following steps:
Uploading of Images
Filling of the Application form
Payment of Application fee
Printing of the form
Send of printout of KEAM 2017 Application Form and supporting documents to CEE
KEAM 2018 Exam Pattern:
KEAM 2018 will comprise two papers – Paper I and Paper II
Questions for Paper I will be set from – Physics and Chemistry. Paper II will include questions from Matematics
The question type will be MCQs with each question carrying 5 options.
Each paper will carry 120 questions that has to be completed in 150 minutes.
For correct answer 4 marks will be awarded, while incorrect answer will invite a penalty of 1 mark