KIITEE Exam Pattern 2018 – As per the exam pattern of KIITEE 2018, the entrance exam is computer-based with the question paper comprising 3 sections: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Each section will carry 40 MCQs, for a total of 120 questions. To take the exam, the candidate will have to log in to a computer using the password mentioned on their KIITEE 2018 admit card. The exam is of 3 hours. KIITEE exam pattern 2018 is expected to allow the candidate to attempt all the sections simultaneously, meaning the candidate needn’t have to complete one section to move to the other. If a candidate completes the test before end of alloted time, he/she has to choose between two options as per KIITEE 2018 exam pattern: either to return to the test or to submit it. Once the candidate submits the KIITEE test, no changes can be made to the answers. KIITEE 2018 is being conducted from April 15-24, 2018 in online mode. Candidates need to go through the rest of the article to understand the complete details of KIITEE exam pattern 2018.
KIITEE 2018 Exam Pattern: At a Glance
KIITEE 2018 Exam Duration
Language of the Question Paper
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Number of Sections
Three: physics, chemistry, and mathematics
Number of Questions Per Section
Total Number of Questions
How to take the Computer-based test
KIITEE 2018 is a computer-based test like in previous years. Here we provide students details they need to be familiar with regarding the computer-based test.
Every candidate will be given a computer for the test
The computer screen will display a welcome screen.
Log-in to the system to take KIITEE 2018: The candidate will have to log in using the password given in the admit card.
There will a timer that will indicate the time left for the test to end.
The question paper has three sections. If the candidate completes answering all the questions of one section, he/she will be automatically redirected to the first question of the following section.
The candidate also has the flexibility to move between sections during the test. It means, the candidate needn’t complete one section to answer questions of another section. In fact the candidate can attempt all the three sections simultaneously.
The test will close automatically once the 180 minutes are over.
If a candidate completes the test in less the 180 minutes, the candidate may either use the remaining time to review the answers or go back the test.
To go to a question directly, the candidate simply has to click on the question number of that question, which will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
How to distinguish between answered questions and unanswered/skipped questions
The colour pattern of both answered and unanswered/skipped questions will be different, which will help the candidate in differentiating the two.
Green: All answered questions will be marked green.
Blue: If a question is unanswered/ skipped, it will remain blue.
Unmarked: In addition to the above two categories, there is also a third category. It is the “Unrmarked category”. This option may be used by the candidate if he/she is unsure about a question and want to visit later. To opt the option the candidate must choose the option “Mark for review”.
KIITEE Exam Pattern 2018: Question Paper
The question paper of KIITEE 2018 will include three sections. The details of numbers of questions asked per section and total marks are given in tabular format below for the benefit of candidates.
KIITEE 2018 Exam Pattern
Number of Questions
Marks Per Question
Note: In case the exam conducting authority notifies any changes in the exam pattern of KIITEE 2018, it will be updated on this page as soon as it is announced.
KIITEE 2018 Exam Pattern: Additional Details
The candidate must bring along the admit card of KIITEE 2018 to the exam hall
The candidate must arrive at the test centre about 45 minutes before the start of exam
No textual, material, slide rule, calculator, log table, printed or written material, electronics watch, papers, or any other device except the admit card and pen/pencil are allowed inside the exam hall.
Candidates will be provided with a sheet of paper where they can do all their rough work.