GCET Exam Pattern 2019, Paper Pattern, Marking Scheme – Check Here

The Goa Common Entrance Examination (GCET) is a state-level entrance examination conducted by the Department of Technical Education (DTE) for admission to the Undergraduate Engineering Programs of the Faculties of Engineering the state of Goa.

In addition to the GCET exam model clearly specified in this article, candidates can also find tips and the best methods to prepare for the exam.

Exam Pattern Highlights

Exam Pattern Highlights
Number of Sections3
Type of examMCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
Total time6 hours
Duration of each Section2 hours
Negative markingNo
Mode of ExamOffline (pen paper based)
Total number of questions225
Total marks225

GCET 2019 Exam pattern

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As mentioned earlier, GCET 2019 Exam Pattern is designed to test candidates’ ability to solve complex questions in minimal time possible. DTE Goa believes in upholding candidates’ confidence and thus there is no negative marking in the exam. Each correct response adds 1 mark to your final score. Subject-wise GCET 2019 Exam Pattern is as follows:

GCET 2019 Exam Pattern for Physics

Exam Pattern for Physics
Total questions75
Difficulty levelModerate to hard
Maximum Marks75
Total time2 hours
Most asked topicsMechanics, electricity and magnetism

GCET 2019 Exam pattern for Chemistry

Exam pattern for Chemistry
Total questions75
Difficulty levelHard
Maximum Marks75
Total time2 hours
Most asked topicsPhysical chemistry

GCET 2019 Exam Pattern for Mathematics

Exam pattern for Mathematics
Total questions75
Difficulty levelHard
Maximum Marks75
Total time2 hours
Most asked topicsNumber System, Calculus & Trignometry

Marking Scheme in GCET 2019

Marking Scheme in any exam is set to decide marks allotted to each question. Marking Scheme in GCET exam follows +1 for every correct answer and no marks are deducted for incorrect responses. Questions not attempted in GCET exam does not affect total marks scored by candidates. Each question carries equal importance in the exam.

  • Correct Response: +1 marks
  • No Negative Marking

The marking scheme mentioned above is followed in each section. Candidates scoring highest according to the marking scheme will be deemed topper of the exam. All the qualified candidates will be sorted in a merit list based upon marks obtained in their GCET 2019 exam.

Total 75 Number of Questions will be asked in each paper.

2 hours will be given to complete each paper in the exam. There is no negative marking mentioned for no answering or incorrect answer.

1 mark will be given for each correct answer. Question asked will be consist of Multiple Choice Question. Question asked will be from Mathematics, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry syllabus subjects.

  • Number of Questions: Each paper will be consisting of 75 questions.
  • Exam Duration: Two hours will be given for each paper.
  • Negative Marking: There is no negative marking.
  • Marking Scheme: One mark will be awarded for each correct answer.
  • Question Paper Pattern: The pattern of the question paper will be based on OMR sheet.
  • Type of Question: it will consist of Multiple Choice Question.
SubjectsNo. of QuestionsMaximum Marks
Mathematics7575
Biology7575
Physics7575
Chemistry7575

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