KCET (KEA) 2017 OMR SHEET AND ANSWER KEY
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) is expected to release the KCET 2017 official answer key on or after May 28, 2017. KCET 2017 is scheduled for May 02 and 03, 2017. There are 16 sets of KCET 2017 question papers for all the four subjects namely, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and biology. The official answer keys for all the 4 subjects are available here for download.
The unofficial Answer Key for KCET 2017 held on May 02, 2017 has been released. Candidates can download KCET 2017 Answer Key for both Biology and Mathematics Exam from below. They can analyze their performance in KCET 2017 on the basis of the Answer Key and can get a fair idea about their marks before the results are out. The official KCET Answer Key 2017 will be released soon.Both mathematics and Biology section contained 60 questions. Candidates were given 80 minutes to attempt each paper. 1 mark will be given for every correct answer. There is no negative marking in KCET 2017. The candidates will be selected on the marks obtained by them in KCET 2017.
Candidates can also object to the answers in the provisional answer key in case of any wrong answers. After this process, the organizing committee declares the result with the applied answer key on the proposed dates.
The institutes which help prepare the candidates for the entrance exam also issue the answer keys after the commencement of the exam, however these answer keys must not be relied upon by the candidates. These answer keys are not official and in case of any discrepancy, the candidates cannot contest for the answers on the basis of these answer keys.
The KEA uploads only a provisional answer key which is open for contestation by the candidates and within a few days of the provisional answer key, the KEA issues an applied answer key which is taken to be the final answer key on the basis of which the results are prepared.
KEA issues subject wise KCET Answer Key. Each subject paper has 16 versions of question papers and the answer key is thus available in a table. Each question has 16 answers and these are mentioned at the top of the table. The 16 different answers are from the 16 different set of question papers.
There are 60 questions in each question paper and each question carries 1 mark. There is no negative marking for any wrong answer or not attempted answer. The marks, after the publication of the answer key, can thus be calculated according to the number of correct answers. Each candidate thus appears for a total of 240 marks worth questions and the number of correct answers is equal to the marks obtained out of 240.
The question papers in the KCET usually consist of 16 sets, these sets are A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B3, B4, C1, C2, C3, C4, D1, D2, D3, and D4. Each question paper is of multiple choice objective types questions.
These four versions of each paper from A1-A4, B1-B4, C1-C4, and D1-D4 shall be mentioned at the top of the question paper. The different versions of the same subject question paper consist of same questions but in a different order. Each question paper consists of 60 questions each and students are required to take three out of these four papers, there is a choice between Biology and Mathematics for Medical and Engineering courses respectively.
The answer key issued by the organizing committee is according to the different versions of the question papers. Each question has 16 different answers indicated by the question paper code on the top of the table.
The major use of the question paper is that the candidates can cross-check their answers once the answer key is available to them and also report to the authorities in case there is an objection to the answers. The question paper is important and must be retained by the candidate. The question paper indicates the paper set that the candidate attempted and thus the candidate requires the set code while checking the answer key. Also, the question paper must also be retained by the candidate if he/she is reporting any objection to the answer key as the answers shall be then tallied only according to that particular set. The candidate can report the objection only if he/she has the correct question code and question number which is wrong in the answer key.
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