BVP CET Medical 2015 Exam conducted on May 9
BVP CET Medical 2015 entrance exam was concluded successfully on May 9, 2015 at various allotted centers across India. According to officials as many as 1, 20,000 candidates appeared for the university level BVP CET Medical 2015 with majority of students finding Physics toughest among all the three sections. Overall BVP CET Medical 2015 has been found of moderate level by most of the candidates’.
BVP CET Medical 2015 conducted annually for admissions to 300 MBBS and 300 BDS seats across various colleges affiliated to Bharti Vidya Peeth Deemed University.
Shishir Salve who appeared for BVP CET Medical 2015 entrance exam from Pune shared that Physics was difficult as compared to other two sections. “Physics was most difficult of all. Among the three sections, Biology was easy.” He shared his exam experience soon after the exam.
As per BVP CET Medical 2015 exam pattern, there were a total of 200 questions where 50 questions were from Physics and Chemistry each while 100 questions were from Biology.
As per the brochure of BVP CET Medical 2015, there is no information mentioned regarding the answer key of BVP CET Medical 2015. It must be noted that the answer key of BVP CET Medical 2015 is generally not available because the exam conducting authority takes back the question paper from the candidates after the exam.
The result of BVP CET Medical 2015 is scheduled to be declared on June 4, 2015. After the declaration of result, a merit list will be formulated by the exam conducting authority in accordance with candidates’ total marks in all the three subjects; Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
First Published on: May 9, 2015
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