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KARNATAKA EXAMINATIONS AUTHORITY COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (KEA KCET) TestBag Advantages 

KCET 2021: Karnataka Common Entrance Test commonly known as KCET is regulated by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). It is conducted for admission to the professional courses like Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma), Diploma in Pharmacy (DPharma), Agriculture courses (Farm Science) and Veterinary courses.
KCET 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on July 07 for Biology and Mathematics; and on July 08 for Phyiscs and Chemistry. KCET first PUC and second PUC syllabus has been revised
 

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Last date to enter KEA CET application details online : 2.03.2020

Date of KEA KCET Common Entrance Test 2020 : 30-07-2020 and 31-07-2020

Karnataka Examinations Authority Common Entrance Test (KEA CET) KCET exam is objective type with multiple choice questions. TestBag broadly covers multiple choice questions in topics/subtopics

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Mathematics 

as outlined in syllabus of  Karnataka Examinations Authority Common Entrance Test (KEA KCET)   

User should initially assess and practice regularly preferably daily on the subtopic/topic of each Karnataka CET subject taught whether by self study, in school or coaching class. (TestBag recommends assessment of 10 minutes on topic taught on the the day in  each subject preferably on the same day) by creating tests  on keywords/ subtopics/topics of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. By self evaluation on each topic taught, you can identify weak areas where either the concepts are not clear or some important points have not been covered. Thereafter initiate steps to cover identified gaps in knowledge by taking help of KCET books, peers, mentors and teachers. Assesment evaluates learning and creates learning challenges thus self motivating you to improve. Practice will bring fair confidence in you.   

(Memorising should not be mistaken with learning. Most of what is remembered is short lived and quickly forgotten. On other hand Learner’s find knowledge retention long lived in their minds because they put in efforts to gain understanding in the form clear enough for them. Learning leaves learner’s enriched with lasting knowlege)

For Karnataka CET or KCET, TestBag recommends assessment and practice on multiple choice questions with following difficulty levels  

Physics with difficulty level MEDIUM  

Chemistry with difficulty level MEDIUM  

Biology with difficulty level MEDIUM

Mathematics with difficulty level MEDIUM     

Once user has gained sufficient confidence in different subject and topics, he/she may start practicing on model tests for Karnataka CET. The KCET model test patterns for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics are based on previous exams or created by subject matter experts.

KCET Mock Tests will be created based on parameters defined in each pattern. The Karnataka CET model test for KCET will have multiple choice questions.

The KCET model test will simulate Karnataka CET Exam like Environment keeping previous exam trend in view. Based on previous exam patterns ,each KCET Mock Test will have specific question types, number of questions for each type, level of difficulty for questions, marking pattern for each question type (for correct, incorrect and questions not attempted), will be in sections as in exam. The Karnataka CET Mock test is to be completed in specific time as defined in previous patterns

The user can take any number of Karnataka CET Mock test on each pattern. Each KCET Sample paper will have different questions but on specific pattern for users to practice. (There can be exceptions in very few cases where some questions may get repeated)  

Results of self created Karnataka CET tests and model tests are stored in Test History to enable user to discuss shortcomings with teachers/mentors and initiate steps to improve further. 

In Summary
Subjects    Question type Recommended question level Recommended Average time per question
PHYSICS Multiple Choice L2 70 seconds
CHEMISTRY Multiple Choice L2 70 seconds
MATHEMATICS Multiple Choice L2 70 seconds
BIOLOGY Multiple Choice L2 70 seconds

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