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Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET) Examination

Karnataka, being one of the hottest educational destinations in India, every year, this place gets swarmed by students from all parts of the nation. If you are interested in establishing yourself in the professional field, then Karnataka is definitely going to be your preferred choice. In the fields of technology and engineering, various disciplines of medicine and several other courses this place has opened up new horizons.

Karnataka is not only home to some of the premier institutes in India, such as the Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Management. NIT Karnataka and National Law School of India University but some of the most well known engineering and medical colleges are also located in this state. Students after completing their 10+2 level examination aim to get admission in the courses offered by these colleges. The Government of Karnataka organizes every year the Karnataka CET (KCET) examination so that aspirants get a chance to involve into the academic scenario of the state. In this context it becomes important to know about the Karnataka CET (KCET) examination.

The Karnataka CET (KCET) examination, since 1984, has been conducted every year by the Government of Karnataka for admission in the Engineering and Medical Colleges of this state. The admission process through the KCET is not only open for medical and engineering courses but several other courses which include Dental, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, Yoga, Naturopathy and Architecture.

Here we are providing you relevant information about the Karnataka Common Entrance Test examination:

Examination Pattern: The pattern of the test is objective, with one hundred twenty questions from physics and Chemistry and sixty questions from Mathematics and/or sixty questions from biology depending on the choice made by the students. The test comprises of two parts first part is a combined paper of physics and chemistry with hundred fifty minute duration and second part is Mathematics with sixty questions to be answered in eighty minutes followed by sixty questions of Biology to be answered in eighty minutes fro the MBBS/BDS aspirants.

Each question carries one mark and there is no negative evaluation for wrong answers.
Distribution of KCET Application Forms:

The KCET application forms are distributed in the months of October and November. Almost all the leading dailies of India carry advertisement notification of the forms.
Month of Entrance Test and Results:

The Karnataka CET is conducted every year in the month of April and in the months of May- June results are declared.
Karnataka CET-2011 Answer Key
Biology Answer Key
Chemistry Answer Key
Maths Answer Key
Physics Answer Key

KCET Mock Test Download link

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KCET[UG] Physics Mock Test KCET Physics Mock Test
KCET[UG] Chemistry Mock Test KCET Chemistry ONLINE EXAM
KCET[UG] Mathematics Mock Test KCET Mathematics ONLINE EXAM
KCET[UG] Biology Mock Test KCET Biology ONLINE EXAM
KCET[UG] Engineering(PCM) Mock Test KCET Engineering ONLINE EXAM
KCET[UG] Medical(PCB) Mock Test KCET Medical ONLINE EXAM
KCET[UG] PCMB Mock Test KCET PCMB ONLINE EXAM
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