KCET (KEA) 2018 OMR SHEET AND ANSWER KEY
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KCET Provisional Answer Key have been released by KEA on the official website. The authority has released one answer key including all the answers. Candidates can also check the subject wise questions for KCET 2018. Here are the steps to open the KCET Answer Key:
CHECK PROVISIONAL KCET ANSWER KEY 2018
Candidates can challenge the KCET Answer Key if they find any answer incorrect. They can file an objection on the answer key for KCET 2018 via post, in person at the KEA office or via email. Last date to file an objection is May 10, 2018. Here are the steps to challenge the Answer Key for KCET 2018:
KCET Result is expected to be announced on May 30, 2018. Enter your application number and password to download your result sheet. Candidates will be eligible for KCET Counselling on the basis of their scores obtained in Karnataka CET 2018.
KEA releases provisional answer key for KCET 2018 on the official website soon after the exam has been conducted. KCET 2018 Provisional Answer Key was published on the website on May 05, 2018. KCET was conducted in two shifts on two different dates.
KEA also publishes subject wise question papers on the official website. Given below are the subject wise question papers and provisional KCET Answer Key:
|Subject||Question Paper||Answer Key|
|Physics||Click Here||Click Here|
KCET Answer Key is published online at kea.kar.nic.in. Here are the steps to download the KCET Answer Key and Question Papers:
There is a provision of challenging the KCET Answer Key in case of discrepancy in any answer. Candidates can file an objection in person, via speed post or via e-mail. Candidates can submit their requests latest by May 10, 2018. No request will be accepted after the stipulated time. Here are the steps to challenge the KCET Answer Key:
The subject expert committee will analyse the answers and will decide the course of action. The decision of the committee is considered final and binding.
Here are the steps to calculate the marks through KCET Answer Key. You must be aware of the marking scheme of KCET 2018:
The question papers in KCET 2018 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 they are 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.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College
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