KIIT entrance exam 2021: Know preparation tips, exam pattern, syllabus here

Candidates appearing for the KIIT entrance exam 2021 are gearing up to face the competitive exam. Check here KIITEE 2021 preparation tips to crack the test with high scores.

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Ananya | May 13, 2021 - 1:29 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) will conduct the KIITEE admission test in multiple phases this year. The phase 1 test will be conducted in the online proctored mode on May 25, 26 and 27, and students can practice the online mock test on May 23.

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With the test dates of phase 1 KIITEE 2021 examination nearing, the tension level to crack the exam must be at its peak among the aspirants. Here is where preparation tips for KIITEE 2021 will turn up to be immensely beneficial for them.

Cracking KIITEE 2021 with a good score is not unachievable if a little bit of planning is aligned to the study schedule. Knowing the KIITEE 2021 admission test pattern and syllabus is valuable to carve a solid plan. The topics for KIITEE admission test 2021 are not going to be completely out of blue. With all certainty, students will be already familiar with most of the topics as they are included from the past academic levels that they had managed to successfully qualify.

The KIITEE exam paper will have multiple choice questions and no broad questions. However, attempting the answer that the candidates are sure of is important as there is a negative marking scheme followed in the KIITEE admission test.

KIITEE 2021 exam pattern

Check the test pattern of KIITEE 2021 in the table below to be completely familiar with the test structure.

Test mode

Remote Proctored

Marking pattern

+1 mark for each correct answer

-1 mark for each incorrect answer

Test language


Type of questions

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Exam duration

180 minutes

KIITEE syllabus- Programme wise description

Check the basic layout of the KIITEE syllabus of different UG and PG programmes in the table below.







BSc Nursing

Physics (10+2 standard)

Chemistry (10+2 standard)

Biology (10+2 standard)

BTech and MTech Dual Degree




MSc Nursing

BSc Nursing

MSc Biotechnology/Applied Microbiology

Physics (10+2 standard)

Chemistry (10+2+3 standard)

Biology (10+2+3 standard)

Mathematics (10+2 standard)

MCA/MSc Computer Science


Analytical and Logical Ability

Computer Awareness

Master of Public Health/ Hospital Administration

Quantitative Aptitude


General Awareness

Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation

MA English

BA English



MA Sociology

BA Sociology

MA Economics

BA Economics

KIITEE preparation tips 2021

Candidates can find the following KIITEE preparation tips useful to cover the syllabus better for the exam.

1: Pick the topics one at a time: Divide the topics from the syllabus and pick one topic at a time and not all at once. This helps avoid confusion and cover all the topics.

2: Select tough topics first: Try covering all the seemingly tougher topics from the syllabus first and then slowly move on to the easier ones.

3: Practice KIITEE sample papers: This habit helps in knowing the exam pattern and building proficiency in answering the questions. There is also a likelihood of some questions being repeatedly asked year on year.

4: Self analyses: One of the key preparation tips for any exam is self-analysing the preparedness for the exam. Study, complete topics and evaluate performance through online mock test sessions.

5: Do not be complacent with the study plan: Even if candidates find they have managed to cover the topics well; following the study plan until the night before the exam day is a must to score higher in the exam.

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