Online applications for the Karnataka Common entrance Test for entry to professional courses like dental, medical, AYUSH (ICM & H), Engineering, Architecture, B- Pharma, Pharma – D, Farm Science etc are were available for the year 2016-17. The Admit card for the same can be downloaded from the official website on or after 15. 04. 2016. The date for Biology and Mathematics exam is 04.05.2016 while the entrance exam for Physics and chemistry is scheduled to be held on 05.05.2016. The results will be declared in the first week of June, 2016.
The eligibility criteria for the Karnataka CET (Common Entrance Test) 2016 varies for each stream a student is applying for.
Please refer the below table for the eligibility criteria:
With only one month to go for the test, let’s explore the tips that has been provided by our experts, to prepare for KCET 2016:
-Concentrate on Maths and Physics than other subjects because, according to our experts, the Mats and Physics paper is a bit lengthy which needs to be focused on while preparing.
-Concentrate on the topics i which you are finding difficulty in, keep practising them and don’t hesitate to take the help of your mentors or teachers.
– 4-5 hours of quality self study without any distraction is enough to succeed in KCET with good rank.
– It is important to go for mock CET tests. If you are taking a mock CET test, then do it under the supervision of your teacher so that they will be able to guide and provide you valuable insights that will make up for the time for solving the problems and the biggest advantage is, you can see where you are going wrong in solving the test.
-Taking the sample tests will boost your confidence and the time for the solving problems with significantly come down with regular practise.
-At times you might get tempted to skip a little bit of studies and destress yourself by playing outside a little, going out with your friends or reading a novel or book or indulging in your hobby. If you ever feel like you need to take a break, then just go ahead. But do keep a check on time.
-One of the biggest mistake the test takers do while appearing for the test is they jump to the answer before reading the full questions. Please note that it is a well known trick to make the students fall into the trap of providing the wrong answer. Read the whole question first, then understand what it asks for, solve it and then go for the solutions.
“My message, especially to young people is to have courage to think differently, courage to invent, to travel the unexplored path, courage to discover the impossible and to conquer the problem and succeed. These are great qualities that they must work towards. This is my message to the young people.” A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Byju’s wishes the students appearing for KCET All the Best!