UPSEE Sample Papers 2018 – AKTU releases UPSEE 2018 sample papers for aspiring candidates who wish to take the UP state level engineering entrance test. The UPSEE sample papers 2018 are the question papers of the previous years or sample question papers or model question papers which carry the similar question that come in the exam of UPSEE. Practising with the sample paper of UPSEE 2018 is a very important part of preparation towards the state level engineering entrance test. Candidates who practise more and more model papers of UPSEE 2018 will have a high possibility of cracking the entrance test. Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University releases these sample papers of UPSEE 2018 for aspiring candidates so that by practising them they get a complete grip over the exam pattern and the type of questions that come in the paper. UPSEE sample papers 2018 help candidates in knowing their weak areas and after identifying their weak areas they can polish those specific areas and strengthen their strong areas more. Aspirants also get an idea about the test pattern, type and the total number of questions, marking scheme, etc. If you are curious to know more details about the sample papers of UPSEE, then check the article below.
Latest: UPSEE 2018 Application Form Available Till March 30
UPSEE Question Paper with Solutions for Paper 1
Set - AA
Set - AB
Set - AC
Set - AD
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UPSEE Questions Paper with Solutions for Paper 2
Set - BA/BB/BC/BD
Question Paper Solution
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UPSEE Sample Papers of Previous Years
UPSEE 2016 Paper 1 Question Paper
UPSEE 2016 Paper 2 Question Paper
UPSEE 2016 Question Paper with Answer Key
How to prepare for UPSEE 2018?
While UPSEE 2018 sample papers are considered very important from the preparation point of view, it’s also important that candidates know the exam pattern and then accordingly plan the preparation part. Check what all does the exam pattern of UPSEE 2018 carry.
UPSEE Exam Pattern 2018
Total Number of questions
UPSEE 2018 Exam Pattern
UPSEE 2018 will be held for a duration of 3 hours on April 29, wherein candidates have to answer the questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The question paper will be in English and Hindi language.
All 3 sections - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will have objective type questions wherein the candidates have to choose 1 correct answer out of the 4 answer options.
Each section will have a total of 50 questions, making it a paper of 150 questions in total.
Each correct answer will be given 4 marks, which makes it a total of 200 marks for each section and 600 for all 3 sections.
There is no negative marking for incorrect answers, however, candidates will be given zero or no marks for incorrect answers.