Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) will be held on 31 March 2020. GUJCET is conducted in three subjects comprising two sessions. Physics and Chemistry are the two subjects in Paper 1. Paper 2 has questions from Mathematics.GUJCET merit score is calculated, giving 60% weightage to marks scored in Class 12 and 40% weightage is for percentile score in GUJCET exam.
GUJCET 2020 Paper Pattern:
- GUJCET is an offline examination (OMR based).
- All the subjects include only multiple-choice questions.
- The paper can be taken in 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.
- GUJCET paper pattern has negative marking. (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:
|Subject||Number of MCQs||Marks|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the weightage given to Class 12 marks in GUJCET merit score?
Class 12 marks are assigned 60% weightage in calculating GUJCET merit list.
Is there negative marking in Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET)?
Yes, for every wrong answer, 0.25 mark is deducted.
Is GUJCET an online examination?
GUJCET is an offline OMR based examination. Candidates are advised to take pen and paper to the exam hall.