Assam CEE 2017 Exam Pattern

June 1, 2017 Gitumoni

Assam CEE 2017 Exam PatternAssam CEE 2017 Exam Pattern: The exam pattern of Assam CEE includes overall structure of the Assam CEE question paper. Candidates who will appear for the Assam Combined Entrance Exam for various B.Tech Courses must go through  the Assam CEE exam pattern 2017 to know the types of questions, total number of objective questions, exam duration, marking scheme, aggregate number of questions etc. All the candidates must note that the answers once marked cannot be modified/changed. The candidates are advised to follow the exam pattern of Assam CEE otherwise this might lead to confusion while answering the paper. It will be an offline exam and answers must be marked in OMR sheets provided in the examination hall. The Assam CEE 2017 exam pattern tp include three Papers i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. To get complete deatils about Assam CEE 2017 Exam Pattern go through the article below.

Assam CEE 2017 Exam Pattern – Structure of the Question Paper

Below is the table given for the candidates to know the structure of Assam CEE 2017 question paper. Candidates must follow this pattern to score well in the examination.

S.No. Particulars Details
1. Duration of exam The Assam CEE exam will be of three hours
2. Subjects Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
3 Total Question paper One question paper divided into three subjects
4. Language English and Assamese
5. Total number of questions 120 multiple choice questions (MCQs)
6. Questions per subject 40 questions for each of the subject
7. Marking Scheme Each correct response carries 4 markOne mark will be deducted for each wrong answerNo marks will be deducted for multiple answers
8. Evaluation of the OMR sheets OMR sheets will be used for indicating the answers.  With the help of computer, evaluation of OMR sheets will be done. No manual evaluation of OMR sheer will be allowed.
  Pen to be used during exam Candidates must use black ball pen for answering in the OMR amswer sheets indicating the answers.

Assam CEE 2017 Exam Pattern – Important Information

  • The type of questions will be completely Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
  • There will be four marks awarded for every correct answers and one to be deducted for wrong answers.
  • The answers cannot be modified and changed. There will be no marks deducted in case, candidates have marked in more than one option.
  • Candidates must mark in the OMR sheets. Candidates must make themselves familiar with exam pattern of Assam CEE 2017. The evaluation will be fully computer based and no manual changes will be done.
  • Applicants must follow the instructions written in the Assam CEE 2017 booklets to be provided in the examination hall. Candidates must read the information carefully and fill in the particulars like Assam CEE roll number, allotted set of the question paper booklet (A, B, C, D) course option, subject, booklet number etc on the paper
  • The candidates must use only black ball pen in the entrance examination.
  • The Syllabus for Assam CEE 2017 is based on latest syllabus prescribed by NCERT Syllabus adopted by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council for 2017 Batch.
  • To appear in the entrance exam candidates have to carry their admit card of Assam CEE 2017 to the examination hall, without which they will not be allowed to appear for the Asaam Combined Entrance Test.

Preparation Tips for Assam CEE 2017

As the exam is approaching nearer candidates can have a look on quick and easy steps given below to prepare themselves accordingly  for the Assam Combined Entrance Examination and moreover they will be able to score good marks in the test.

  • To maintain time and speed candidates must prepare from the Assam CEE sample papers 2017 for accuracy.
  • Candidates must make notes on important topics, sub topics and seek guidance and discussions from the passed out students. This will enable the candidates to be more accustomed to the Assam CEE 2017 question paper.
  • Candidates must follow proper time table that will make them cover all the sections from the syllabus and avoid last minute confusion.

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