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AP ICET 2018: Last minute and exam day tips - Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test (AP ICET) 2018 for MBA admission in Universities of Andhra Pradesh has been conducted on Wednesday, May 2, 2018. Conducted by Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati on behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE), the exam was conducted in computer-based mode. The 2.5-hour duration test was conducted in two slots, 10 AM to 12.30 PM and from 2.30 PM to 5 PM. This article of Careers360 brings the last-minute tips for a smooth exam-taking experience.
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Don’t forget your Hall Ticket: The candidates must carry the AP ICET Hall Ticket 2018 to the test venue. Hall ticket is a mandatory document to be carried at the exam centre along with photo identity proof. Without the admit card, exam officials may cancel your candidature as well. The test takers must ensure that all the information on the Hall Ticket is correct, and the photograph and signature are clear and legible. The name should also match with the identity card.
Reach test centre before time: Candidates have to check the reporting time for the test which would be written on the hall ticket. They should also check the exam slot carefully. In order to avoid undue stress, candidates should reach the test centre at least one hour prior to the test schedule.
Take the seat assigned to you: The seat will be assigned on the basis of candidates’ roll numbers. Test takers have to ensure that they take the seat assigned to them as per their roll number, and not in any random order.
Follow the instruction regarding test interface: Test takers have to follow the instructions regarding the navigation and interface properly. They will have to choose the correct option by clicking on it with the mouse, and keyboard should not be touched at all. To get a better idea, they can check the mock test available at the AP ICET 2018 official website.
Test timing: The duration of the test is 2.5 hours, from 10 AM to 12.30 PM and 2.30 PM to 5 PM. The candidates have to take their respective seats before 10 AM, and they won’t be allowed to leave the centre before 12.30 PM. Even if you complete your exam prior to 2.5 hours, you will not be allowed to leave the test hall.
The exam pattern of AP ICET 2018 includes 200 objective type multiple choice questions divided into three sections, Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability and Communication Ability. The questions will be in English as well as Telugu, and the candidates can opt for either of the languages except for the Communication Ability, which must be attempted in English only.
Check the detailed exam pattern and structure in the following table.
AP ICET 2018 Exam Pattern
Number of Questions
Section A: Analytical Ability
Topics: (i) Data Sufficiency
(ii) Problem Solving
Section B: Mathematical Ability
Topics: (i) Arithmetical Ability
(ii) Algebraical and Geometrical Ability
(iii) Statistical Ability
Section C: Communication Ability
Topics: (i) Vocabulary
(ii) Business and Computer Technology
(iii) Functional Grammar
(iv) Reading Comprehension
Each correct answer carries 1 mark and there will be no negative marking scheme in the paper. The overall difficulty level of the exam is expected to be moderate to tough. Since there is no negative marking, test takers must ensure that they attempt a maximum number of questions to score more than AP ICET cut off marks.
Medium of test: Except Section C, other two sections will be available in both English and Telugu languages. The medium for Section C was only English.
The result of AP ICET 2018 will be declared on May 12, 2018. While the preliminary AP ICET Answer Key 2018 will be released by APSCHE on May 4, two days after the exam, final Answer Key will be declared along with the result. The last date to submit objections to the answer key is May 6, 2018.
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Eligibility Criteria for APICET 2019-
Candidates should have completed their
Bachelor’s degree from any discipline with a minimum of 3 years or its equivalent, with mathematics as one of the subject in Class 12th and a minimum of 50% in graduation level,For SC/ST/reserved category, it's only 45% in graduation leve
Candidates in the final year of their graduation or are appearing for the final exams are also eligible for APICET. There's no age bar.
APICET M.B.A Eligibility Criteria-
OC candidates have to secure 50% aggregate to be eligible for the counselling stage.For SC and ST candidates, they need to score a minimum of 45% aggregate in degree and APICET 2019 to qualify for the counselling.
AP ICET 2019 final phase counseling has been concluded. The date for certificate verification and exercising options was 29th and 30th august, 2019.
You can go through the link below and check the final phase notification-
Do let us know if you have any other queries.
Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education on August 23 released the AP ICET 2019 counselling seat allotment result.
There is no new notifications regarding third or second round counselling but you must remain in touch with the college official website and careers360 website.
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