Candidates who had appeared for the Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test 2023 for MCA, MBA, and MTech can check the final answer keys released by the authority on the official website cetonline.karnataka.gov.in.
The links to the final answer keys have been made available on the official website.Candidates can click on the links below to check the answers keys
PGCET 2023 Final answer key for M Tech
PGCET 2023 Final answer key for MCA
PGCET 2023 Final answer key for MBA
Candidates can alternately check the official website and find the answer keys for each course.
Here’s how you can download the answer key from the official website:
Step 1: Visit the official KEA website.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Final Answer Key’ links mentioned on the homepage’s Latest Announcement section.
Step 3: Choose your course (MBA, MCA, or MTech).
Step 4: View your Karnataka PGCET 2023 answer key on the screen.
Step 5: Verify all answers and download the provisional key.
Step 6: Print the tentative answer key for future reference, or cross checking.
Following the announcement of Karnataka PGCET results in 2023, candidates will undergo a counseling process for admission. During this process, the examination authority will verify certain documents. Ensure you have the following documents ready for verification:
- Class 10 Mark Sheet
- Class 12 Mark Sheet
- PGCET Rank Card
- Caste Certificate (if applicable)
- PwD Certificate (if applicable)
PGCET Examination pattern
The test is divided into four sections. There are 25 questions in the Proficiency in English Language section, and each question is worth one mark, for a total of 25 marks.
Likewise, there are 25 questions in the General Knowledge section, which adds up to a total of 25 marks. There are 25 questions in the Reasoning and General Intelligence Test, which is also worth 25 marks.
The last bit of the exam is with the 25-question Quantitative Analysis section, earning a total of 25 marks. The exam has 100 questions total, each worth one mark. The cumulative marks for all sections add up to 100.
PGCET Marking scheme
The Karnataka PGCET 2023 MBA exam is out of 100 marks, multiple-choice questions. Candidates get one mark for correct answers, with no marks deducted for wrong responses.