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Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2019 - Karnataka Examinations Authority prescribed the Karnataka PGCET 2019 exam pattern for the candidates who will appear in the state-level entrance examination to get admission to MBA courses for the year 2019-20. As per the designed Karnataka PGCET MBA exam pattern 2019, the management entrance exam was conducted in a paper-pencil mode on July 14, 2019. The paper/exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 includes a total of 100 multiple-choice questions (MCQ) to be completed within a time span of two hours. The exam will be segregated into four sections, each section containing 25 questions with their four answer options in each. The total marks allotted in Karnataka PGCET MBA will be 100. Careers360, in this article, has provided detailed information related to the Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 exam pattern including important dates, paper pattern, number of questions, marking scheme, documents to carry to mention a few.Latest - Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 cutoff for second-round has been released.
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The exam pattern of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 provided prospective test takers with a fair idea of what to expect in the exam paper. A better understanding of the pattern including its marking scheme, nature/ type of questions and the Karnataka PGCET syllabus 2019 helped them qualify the Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 and attain the PGCET cutoff smoothly.
The following table guided aspirants regarding the sections, exam format, total marks designated in the Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 exam pattern/paper pattern -
Section A- Proficiency in English Language
Paper-Pencil Mode (OMR sheet)
Section B- Test of General knowledge
Section C- Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence
Section D- Quantitative Analysis
Candidates can view the OMR sample sheet of the exam, Karnataka PGCET MBA.
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Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 Marking Scheme/Scoring PatternThe marking scheme of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 has been kept quite simple by KEA. Each correct answer will be given one (1) mark, and there will not be any negative marking for wrong answers. So, there is no negative marking as per the Karnataka PGCET MBA exam pattern 2019. The PGCET scorecard 2019 will display the total marks secured by candidates.
Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 Exam Pattern & Syllabus
Type of Questions
Proficiency in English Language
Antonyms & Synonyms
Idioms and Phrases
Grammar & One-word Substitution
Pairs expressing relationships
Famous Books in English Literature
MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) with four answer choices for each question
Current Affairs & Economics
Indian Business Environment
Sports, Social, and Cultural Events
Management & Awards
Humanities & Political Events
Science and Technology
Personalities and Achievements
Test of Reasoning and General Intelligence
Diagrams & Analogy
Related Aspects & Analytical Ability
Related Quantitative Aspects
Data Analysis and Interpretation
Karnataka PGCET MBA Exam Pattern 2019: A Detailed Guideline
Candidates must carry the Karnataka PGCET MBA Hall Ticket 2019 as without the admit card, they were not be allowed to enter the test centre under any circumstances.
Candidates should have reached the PGCET exam centre much ahead of time to avoid hassles. The exam venue details including timing was mentioned on the Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 admit card 2019.
Before writing the exam, candidates should have read through the instructions printed on the OMR answer sheet. Candidates should have marked the correct answer on the OMR answer sheet and avoid scribbling.
After completing the Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 exam, candidates were needed to affix their left-hand thumb impression in the space provided. This must have been done before submitting the answer sheet. Else, the answer sheet will not be validated.
All test takers should have abided by the correct shading method in the OMR Sheet, else their preparation will go in vain as the questions will not be scored/marked. Check the proper method of filling the PGCET 2019 OMR Sheet -
After the completion of Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 examination, candidates could carry the replica of the filled OMR answer sheet along with them to match with the Karnataka PGCET MBA answer key 2019 released by KEA after three days of the examination date. Test takers were able to check their exam accuracy level and thus estimate their scores. Moreover, candidates are advised to preserve their Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 OMR answer sheet replica for a minimum period of one year from the date of obtaining the admission for reference. The last date to challenge the answer key for Karnataka PGCET 2019 was August 9, 2019 till 5:30 p.m. KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) conducted the state-based entrance examination, Karnataka PGCET MBA for offering admission to Full-time (Regular) and Part-time MBA programmes in both Government and Private institutes established in Karnataka. Karnataka PGCET MBA 2019 application form was released on May 30 and now the last date for filling it and paying the fee was extended to June 29. Candidates who successfully registered by paying the correct amount of application fee was allowed to download the Karnataka PGCET MBA admit card 2019.
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