CUSAT CAT 2018 Exam Pattern would help the candidates in getting an idea about the exam. Students who desire for admission into Cochin University of Science and Technology through CUSAT CAT 2018 need to be aware of the Exam Pattern of CUSAT CAT 2018.
The question paper pattern of the entrance exam would help the candidates in getting to know the type & the difficulty level of questions in CUSAT CAT 2018.
Exam pattern would also help the candidates to be aware of the duration of the exam, mode of exam and subjects. Candidates who are interested can scroll down to check the details CUSAT CAT Exam Pattern 2018.
The CUSAT CAT 2018 consists of two pares. The first paper would be Mathematics and the second one would be of Chemistry and Physics.
All questions would be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ- type, with four options against each of the questions).
CUSAT CAT 2018 Exam Pattern:
The entrance exam is held for admission to undergraduate Engineering & Technology courses which consists of two papers:
- Paper – 1: This paper consists of questions from Mathematics (10+2 level)
- Paper – 2: This paper consists of questions from Chemistry and Physics
Each paper consists of 125 objective type questions. Paper-2 the number of questions in Physics and Chemistry (plus two level) would be asked in a ration of 3:2. All the candidate who desires for admission to the B.Tech courses which are available in the CUSAT needs to appear in both the papers.
|Subjects||No. of Questions||Marks|
Exam Type: Objective type
Question Type: Multiple choices with four options. Choose single correct answer
Total Questions: 250
Maximum Marks: 750
Marks for each Correct Answer: 3
Negative Marks for Incorrect Answer: 1 (1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer)
If a question is left unattempted by a candidate then no mark (zero marks) will be awarded for that question
Total time to attempt Paper-1: 2 hrs. (120 minutes)
Total time to attempt Paper-2: 2 hrs. (120 minutes)
CUSAT 2018 Syllabus
- CUSAT Syllabus is not any such fixed for examination.
- As there, is no fixed Syllabus candidates should practice the previous year’s questions and must have a basic knowledge of the subjects that they studied earlier (10th and 12th class)and are currently studying now.