How many questions will come in ICET exam for topic wise?

A total of 200 questions will be asked in the three sections as per the exam pattern of TS ICET. Given below is a section-wise question distribution of TS ICET which can be checked by candidates for reference purposes. Note that the same is based on previous years' format and for TS ICET section-wise details will be updated shortly.

The exam will consist of a total of 200 questions which one has to solve within 150 minutes. Different topics from which questions will be asked are divided into 3 sections which are:

  • Mathematical Ability
  • Analytical Ability
  • Communication Ability

The exam pattern of TSICET (Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test) has not seen any major changes over the years. Given below are the related details:

There are 3 major sections in TSICET Exam Pattern viz. Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability.

Each section is further divided into different subjects.

  • All questions are objective in nature.
  • The total marks for the TSICET question paper are 200 marks, where each question carries one mark.
  • There is no negative marking in the exam.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - TS ICET Exam Pattern 2021 - Check Difficulty Level and Marking Scheme

Question: Can a candidate switch between sections of TS ICET 2021 while writing the paper?

Answer: Yes, candidates can switch between the three different sections as per their preference.

Question: Will there be any negative marking?

Answer: As per the exam pattern, TS ICET 2021 will not have any negative marking for any wrong answer or unattempted question.

Question: When will a candidate be able to check the latest exam pattern of TS ICET 2021?

Answer: Kakatiya University will release the exam pattern once the TS ICET 2021 application form is available.

Q. Is there any negative marking in the TSICET exam?

A: No, as per the TSICET exam pattern and marking scheme, there is no penalty in form of negative marking for unattempted or incorrectly marked questions in the TSICET exam.

Q. What are the qualifying marks for candidates belonging to unreserved categories?

A: Unreserved category candidates need to score 25 percent to qualify for the TSICET 2021 exam.

Q. Is there any sectional time limit in the TSICET exam?

A: No, there is no sectional time limit in the TSICET. Candidates need to complete the test in two hours and thirty minutes

Q. How many questions will be asked in TSICET 2021?

A: There are a total of 200 multiple-choice questions in the TSICET exam. All the questions carry one mark each.

Q. In which mode TSICET exam is held?

A. TSICET exam is held in a Computer-based Test (CBT) mode. No other mode is available for the exam.

Q. What is the medium of the TSICET question paper?

A. Candidates can opt for either Telugu, Urdu or English mode in the TSICET question paper. However, the Communication Ability section will be in English only.

Q: What are the minimum qualifying marks for reserved category candidates in TSICET Exam?

A: There are no minimum qualifying marks for reserved category candidates. All the candidates belonging to reserved categories qualify the exam. However, admission is subject to meeting the cutoff scores and participating in the admission process of the particular university.

Q. What is the total duration of the TSICET 2021 exam?

A: The TSICET exam is conducted for two hours and thirty minutes.

Q. How many sections are there in the TSICET syllabus?

A: TSICET syllabus comprises three sections, including Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability.

Q: What are the sub-sections included in the Mathematical Ability section?

A: The Mathematical Ability section in the TSICET exam is divided into three sub-sections—Arithmetical Ability, Algebraical Ability & Geometrical Ability and Statistical Ability.

Q: What are the sub-sections included in the Communication Ability section?

A: The Communication Ability section comprises three subsections— Vocabulary, Business and Computer Terminology, Functional Grammar, Reading comprehension.

Q: Which section of the TSICET exam has the least number of questions?

A: The communication ability section has 50 questions whereas Analytical Ability and Mathematical Ability sections have 75 questions each.

Q: Will there be any change in the TSICET exam pattern 2021?

A: TSCHE has released the TSICET 2021 exam pattern and syllabus. There isn't any news on the change in the TSICET 2021 exam pattern as of now.

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