Karnataka Common Entrance Test - KCET Practice Test

KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) is conducted for admission to first year courses like Medical, Dental, Homeopathy, Engineering/technology, Architecture etc., colleges in the state of Karnataka.

KCET is based on objective type questions. Exam pattern includes test in separate papers for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Each paper consists 60 objective questions with 70 minute duration. Extra 10 minute duration is given prior to the test to fill details on the answer sheet. No negative marking.


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   Botany
  Cell Biology
  Genetics
  Microbiology
  Classification
  Embryology
  Tissue and Tissue System
  Enzymes
  Hormones
  Ecosystem
  Plant Breeding
  Morphology
  Anatomy
  Physiology
  Photosynthesis
  Respiration in Plants

   Zoology
  Morphology
  Anatomy
  Physiology
  Classification
  Genetics
  Embryology
  Evolution and Zoogeography
  Medical Zoology
  Biochemistry
  Comparative Anatomy
  Biophysics
  Immunology

   Chemistry
  Structure of Atom
  Chemical Bonding
  Nuclear Chemistry
  Thermodynamics
  Electrochemistry
  Chemical Periodicity
  Coordination Chemistry
  Organic Chemistry
  Hydrocarbons
  Biomolecules
  Polymers
  Inorganic Chemistry

   Physics
  Units and Dimension
  Motion
  Friction
  Work Power and Energy
  Gravitation
  Elasticity
  Optical Physics
  Magnetism
  Electrostatics

   Mathematics
  Calculus
  Matrices


Eligibility:

For Engineering candidates, a pass in 10+2 or equivalent with Maths, Physics, English as main subjects and any of the optional subjects Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology. Minimum aggregate marks should be 50% (45% for SC/ST).

For Medical/Dental candidates, a pass in 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry,English and Biology with at least 50% aggregate marks  (45% for SC/ST/OBC).

For Homeopathy/Ayurveda/Naturopathy candidates, a pass in 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry,English and Biology with at least 50% aggregate marks  (45% for SC/ST/OBC).

For Architecture candidates, a pass in 10+2 or equivalent with Mathematics as a compulsory optional subject and obtained 50% of marks (45% for SC/ST) from recognized board of examination.

Application forms to write the KCET can be obtained from schools and colleges of the Karnataka CET. For those residing outside Karnataka the form can be obtained by post from KEA (Karnataka Examinations Authority) by sending a Demand Draft along with the request for form.