KCET Paper Analysis 2023 - Check Difficulty Level, Question Paper Here

KCET Paper Analysis 2023 - Check Difficulty Level, Question Paper Here

KCET paper analysis 2023 - Candidates will be able to check the KCET 2023 paper analysis on this page after the conclusion of the exam. The paper analysis of KCET 2023 will help the prospective candidates to get an idea about the exam difficulty level of the Karnataka CET 2023.

Coaching institutes like Resonance Base and Dr Academy will also release the KCET paper analysis 2023 after the exam. The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) will conduct the KCET 2023 as a pen and paper based test. The authorities will release the KCET 2023 answer key on the official website a few days after the conclusion of the exam. Read the complete article to know more about KCET paper analysis 2023.

KCET paper analysis 2023

Candidates will be able to check the detailed KCET 2023 analysis on this page soon after the exam is over. In the meantime, KCET 2023 aspirants are advised to check the previous years' KCET analysis to get an idea about the difficulty level of the paper.

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Previous Years KCET analysis

Candidates can check below the previous year Karnataka CET analysis 2022. The analysis has been provided as per the students reactions and experts' verdicts.

KCET Biology Paper analysis 2022

As per the experts of Knowledge Management, Deeksha; Overall, the paper was easy. An average student can score about 30-35 marks out of 60 marks. Only a few questions were a bit difficult. There were no out of syllabus questions and all were framed as per the NCERT textbook. It was also easy in comparison to last year as the questions were memory and conceptual based. Assertion Reasoning and statement-based questions were not given this year. There were no errors with the question paper.

KCET Exam 2020 analysis Chemistry

As per the student reviews on Chemistry paper, the exam was easy to moderate in difficulty. There were more questions from IIPUC as compared to IPUC.

KCET 2020 paper analysis for Physics

Student reactions on KCET Physics paper were mixed as for some students, the questions were moderately difficult, while some others found the paper much difficult. Here again, questions from IIPUC were more in number as compared to IPUC.

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KCET Paper analysis 2020 Mathematics

According to the students who appeared for the Mathematics paper of KCET 2020, the exam was an easy and moderate paper. All of the questions were from within the syllabus of I PU and II PU. The paper also consisted of 17 questions from I PU and 43 from II PU portions. According to Resonance BASE, a well prepared student will be able to score a maximum of 90% in the exam.

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KCET analysis 2020 Biology

Bhavna, an aspirant who appeared for KCET 2020 biology paper, found the paper very easy. There were adequate arrangements for candidates in view of covid-19 and every student was wearing masks.

Swaroop Janney, another KCET 2020 aspirant who appeared for the biology exam, the paper was quite normal but the preparedness of the exam conducting authority was not satisfactory at the exam centre.

Another aspirant said Biology question paper was quite easy. Questions from 1st pu was very very low. Some of her friends found it difficult. Questions like Genesis graph was also asked, labeling floral diagrams, fungi examples

According to Resonance BASE, the question paper was balanced with almost equal number of questions from Botany and Zoology. The 1st year concepts had 15 questions while 2nd year had 45 questions. Students who had prepared well from the NCERT Biology textbooks and learnt the concepts thoroughly will be able to easily ace the exam.