AP ICET 2020 Exam Analysis Day 1 slot 2 - Overall a balanced paper

AP ICET 2020 Exam Analysis Day 1 slot 2 - Overall a balanced paper
Team Careers360 | Sep 10, 2020 - 5:52 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI- Sri Venkateswara University has concluded the AP ICET 2020 exam for Day 1 slot 2 at 5.30 pm. According to the students who appeared for the AP ICET day 1 slot 2 examinations, overall the questions that were asked in the test were moderately difficult. The AP ICET 2020 exam was almost on similar lines as the one in the first slot where the mathematics section was quite difficult followed by analytical ability and communication ability sections.

AP ICET Analysis 2020 - Day 1 - Slot 2

Sections

Questions asked

Difficulty Level

Analytical Ability

75

Moderately

Mathematical Ability

75

High

Communication Ability

50

Moderate


AP ICET 2020 Day 1 Slot 2 question paper analysis

Analytical Ability- This section was moderately difficult and included questions from the topics like bar diagram, pie chart, seating arrangement, coding, and decoding problems. This section consisted of a total of 75 questions which were devided into two parts: data sufficiency and problem-solving.

Mathematical Ability- This section included a total 75 questions. As per test-takers reactions, this section was time-consuming and the difficulty level was high. This section majorly covered the questions from the topics Number System, Time & Work, Profit & Loss, Ratios and Proportions, Equations, Numbers, Mensuration, and Geometry.

Communication Ability- This section was moderate in difficulty level. Students were able to solve the questions. This section included questions from Grammar, Vocabulary, and Comprehension.

About AP ICET 2020 - Day 2 - Guidelines to be followed

The first day of the AP ICET exam has been successfully conducted. The exam will be held on September 11 also in two slots. For the safety of the candidates, the authorities have issued strict guidelines with regard to the steps that the candidates have to follow so as to combat COVID 19. Candidates at the test centre have to maintain social distancing, wear a mask and properly sanitize themselves also. They would have to leave the test centre in an orderly manner and will not be allowed to move out of the test centre till the invigilator tells them to do so.

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