KEAM Medical 2015 Exam Pattern
KEAM Medical 2015 Exam Pattern - The exam pattern of KEAM Medical 2015 help students to know the detail of examination process like duration, number of question and marking scheme. Aspirants who will appear for KEAM Medical 2015 entrance exam can read the exam pattern to prepare well for the entrance test which is scheduled on April 22 & 23, 2015.
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According to officials, only those candidates will be considered qualified in the KEAM Medical 2015 entrance test who will secure qualifying marks in the entrance test. The qualifying mark for general category is 50% and for SEBC and SC/ST candidates is 40% in Paper I & II taken together.
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Important Highlights of KEAM Medical 2015 Exam Pattern is Given Below:
Date & Time of KEAM Medical 2015 Entrance Examination:
Date & Time of KEAM Medical 2015 Entrance Exam
Physics & Chemistry (Paper -I)
April 22, 2015 (10 am to 12.30 pm)
Number of Questions - 120
Biology (Paper -II)
April 23, 2015 (10 am to 12.30 pm)
Number of Questions - 120
Exam Mode: KEAM Medical 2015 exam will be pen & paper based test. Question paper will have 4 versions. The question paper of Chemistry & Physics i.e. Paper I will have version A1, A2, A3 & A4 and for Biology i.e. Paper II will have version B1, B2, B3 & B4.
Duration: KEAM Medical 2015 Exam will be of 2.5 hours duration for each paper.
Number of Questions: Each paper of KEAM Medical 2015 entrance exam will have 120 multiple choice type questions.
Marking Scheme: Candidates will get 4 marks for each correct answer. The candidates who fail to answer at least one question in each paper will be disqualified from the entrance test.
Negative Marking: For each incorrect response 1 mark will be deducted from the total score
Syllabus: The standard of Entrance Examinations will be that of Higher Secondary or equivalent examinations based on syllabus as per prescribed by examination authority
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