ICET Exam Pattern
ICET stands for Integrated Common Entrance Test. It is taken by the aspiring students seeking admission in MCA or MBA in any of the 13 universities of Andhra Pradesh & their affiliates. This test leads to admission in various MBA / MCA programs like MBA – full time, MBA – part time, MBA – evening, MBA – distance learning, MCA – full time, MCA – part time, MCA – evening, MCA – distance learning.
ICET tests the ability of the candidate to think systemically, employ verbal & mathematical skills & it also assess the candidate’s aptitude. The candidate should know the ICET eligibility criteria before applying for the test. If they are found not eligible after applying, their application from will be rejected.
ICET Exam pattern : The test will be of 2 1/2 hrs. i.e. 150 mins. It will be objective type. There will be 4 answers to a question & only one will be correct. You have to mark the correct one. There will be 200 questions carrying 1 mark each i.e. whole paper will be of 200 marks. The paper is divided in 3 sections which are as follows –
- Section – A : Analytical Ability : There will be 75 questions in this section, 55 on problem solving & 20 on data sufficiency.
- Section – B : Mathematical Ability : It contains 75 questions. Out of which 35 are on Arithmetical Ability, 30 on Algebraic & Geometrical Ability and 10 on Statistical Ability.
- Section – C : Communication Ability : Remaining 50 questions are covered under this section. !0 are on Vocabulary, 10 on Business & computer technology, 15 on function grammar & 15 on Comprehension reading.
ICET qualifying marks : The minimum qualifying marks is 25% i.e 50 marks but for SC / ST students there is no minimum qualifying marks.
ICET Ranking : The candidates appearing in ICET will be given state wise rank on the basis of merit. If there is any tie while preparing the merit list, then rank will be decided
a. by considering the marks scored in section A
b. if the tie persists, then marks in section B will be considered.
c. if still it persists, then the older candidate will be given the preference.
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