Time of Exam: Second week of June
Forms distribution: Approx 20 days before exam
Minimum Eligibility: 50% in +2, A level in science & IE Equivalent & 50% in PCM, Minimum of C+ in Phy, Math or Chemistry and C in other subjects
Exam Format: Physics-40, Math-40, Chemistry-40 2 hours exam
Questions are categorized into five difficulty levels from 1 to 5; 1 being the easiest and 5 being the toughest.
Each part of the exam starts with a difficulty level 1 question.
If a candidate answers a question of difficulty level 1 to 4 correctly, the difficulty level of the subsequent question will be increased by 1.
Similarly, if a candidate answers a question of difficulty level 2 to 5 incorrectly, the difficulty level of the subsequent question will be decreased by 1.
However, answering a difficulty level 5 questions correctly or a difficulty level 1 question incorrectly will not change the difficulty level of the subsequent question.
CBT scores range from 0 to 2220, 0 being the score for attempting all the questions and answering all of them incorrectly and 2220 being the score for answering all the questions correctly.
A difficulty level 1 question effectively carries a score of 11. The score increases by 2 for each of the higher difficulty level.
• The score of 528 is benchmarked as the PASS MARK in KUCAT-CBT. A candidate shall at least get this score for being eligible to be offered admission in any program.
• The candidates will be able to view their KUCAT scores at the end of their tests.
Evaluation Basis: 100% mark obtained in the entrance
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