Press Trust of India|Sep 23, 2022
KCET 2022 exam from June 16; Know last minute tips for Karnataka CET
KEA will conduct the KCET 2022 exam from June 16. Know last minute tips and tricks to crack Karnataka CET exam 2022 with good scores.
NEW DELHI: Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will conduct the KCET exam 2022 from June 16 to 18. Candidates appearing for the exam are provided here with the last minute tips and tricks to ace KCET 2022 exam with flying colours.
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The Karnataka CET 2022 exam will be conducted as a pen and paper-based test across various exam centres for admission into undergraduate courses offered by the participating institutes of the state. The last minute tips for the Karnataka CET 2022 exam includes strategies to be followed during the final few days before the examination. Thus, provided below are the important points to remember for KCET 2022 exam.
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KCET 2022 last minute tips to score well
Candidates can check the below mentioned points to follow during the Karnataka CET 2022 exam days:
Attempt KCET mock tests 2022 - Most of the candidates would have completed the KCET 2022 syllabus. Therefore, they must focus on solving KCET sample papers to understand their subject-wise strengths and weaknesses.
Revise - Revision is the key to score good marks. Candidates appearing for the KCET exam should make a revision plan beforehand. Pick all KCET important topics one by one and revise them thoroughly.
Stay positive - At this point when the Karnataka CET 2022 exam is just round the corner, students should stay positive with their preparation approach. They are advised not to compare their preparation with other candidates.
Keep yourself safe and healthy - Most importantly, students should focus on keeping themselves safe and healthy. Eat healthy and don’t stress much. Unhealthy actions can affect a candidate's ability to concentrate on the examination.
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