KCET 2018 correction facility available till March 31

KCET 2018 correction facility available till March 31
Prabha Dhavala | Jun 26, 2018 - 3:38 p.m. IST
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Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has started the application correction facility for the registered candidates of KCET 2018. The one-time correction facility, which commenced on March 27, offers a chance to the candidates to correct their wrongly submitted information during the registration process. Most of the information will be open for correction. Only the registered candidates will be able to access the correction facility. KCET 2018 registrations were open from February 1 till March 22, 2018. The final date for the correction facility is March 31, 2018 (6 PM).

Steps to access KCET 2018 correction facility

To ensure that no glitches take place while using the one time correction facility, the candidates can follow the steps given below:

  • The registered candidates will have to login using their User ID and password.
  • After logging in, the candidates will have to make the necessary corrections.
  • After checking all the changes made, the candidates will have to click on “Declare”
  • Click on “Submit”
  • Before submission, the candidates will be asked thrice for verification of information.
  • The candidates are advised to take a print out for future reference.

During the correction process, the candidates will be able to edit all of the submitted fields in the application form. Changes/Modifications can be done according to the eligibility of the candidates. However, before making any changes, the candidates are advised to verify their entries completely, especially in regards with category reservation, Kannada, Rural, Special Category and more. No more chances will be provided to the candidates after they use the correction facility.

KCET 2018 is scheduled to be conducted on April 18 (Mathematics) and April 19 (Physics and Chemistry). Each paper will be 1 hour 20 minutes long in which the candidates will have to answer objective multiple choice questions. The candidates will be provided admissions based on their performance in KCET.

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