The Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET 2023) is scheduled to be held on 03 April 2023. GUJCET will be conducted in three subjects comprising two sessions. Physics and Chemistry are the two subjects in Paper 1. Paper 2 has questions from Mathematics or Biology. The GUJCET merit score is calculated by giving 60% weightage to marks scored in Class 12, and 40% weightage is for the percentile score in the GUJCET exam.
GUJCET 2023 Paper Pattern
- GUJCET is an offline examination (OMR-based).
- All the subjects include only multiple-choice questions.
- The medium of the paper is English, Hindi or Gujarati.
- Candidates should attempt 120 questions in 3 hours.
- Physics and Chemistry – 2 hours
- Mathematics/Biology – 1 hour
- One mark will be allotted to every correct answer.
- The GUJCET paper pattern has negative markings. 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer.
- There will be 40 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) from each subject.
- Paper 1 comprises 40 questions from Physics and 40 questions from Chemistry.
- Paper 2 consists of 40 questions from Mathematics/Biology.
- Paper 1 should be attempted by both B. Tech. and B. Pharm aspirants.
- B. Tech aspirants should attempt Mathematics in Paper 2, and B. Pharm aspirants should attempt Biology.
Total Marks Allotted to Each Subject
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Frequently Asked Questions on GUJCET Exam Pattern 2023
What is the weightage given to the Class 12 mark in the GUJCET merit score?
Class 12 mark has 60% weightage in calculating the GUJCET merit list.
Is there a negative marking in the Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET)?
Yes, for every wrong answer, 0.25 mark is deducted.
Is GUJCET 2023 an online examination?
No, the GUJCET is an offline, OMR-based examination. Candidates have to fill out the OMR sheet to answer the question paper.
What is the total mark for the GUJCET 2023 question paper?
The GUJCET 2023 exam paper consists of 120 questions, for which the candidate can get a maximum of 120 marks.