Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has issued the notification for Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test (AP ICET) 2019. As reported in the state newspaper of Andhra Pradesh, the exam conducting body is releasing the application form for the academic year 2019-21 on 27 February.
Candidates who want to pursue the MBA or MCA courses from the state of Andhra Pradesh will able to apply at sche.ap.gov.in. The application form for AP ICET 2019 releases online. The registration fee is Rs 550/- per candidate and Rs 2000/- extra in case candidates have missed the last date to apply.
In order to apply for AP ICET, students must fulfill the eligibility criteria as laid down by the exam conducting body. For an MBA, it is necessary to have a graduation degree (final year candidates are also eligible) and Mathematics in class 10th.
For MCA, the same criteria are applicable but Mathematics is required at intermediate or degree level. In case, students want admission to MCA Lateral Entry (2nd Year), candidates must have done BCA or Graduation in IT/ CS. Along with that, it is essential to have Mathematics at the intermediate level.
The application process for AP ICET 2019 is a four-stage procedure. It includes registration & payment of fees, filling of form, uploading of documents, and print-out of the application form. Candidates must make sure that they submit & print the application form to complete the process. Keep the fee receipt and copy of form safe until the completion of the admission process.
Earlier, the APSCHE notified the AP ICET 2019 Exam Date. It is scheduled to take place on April 26, 2019, in two slots ie 10 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 5 pm. The exam is a computer-based test and conducted by Sri Venkateswara University on behalf of APSCHE. The paper is designed to evaluate candidates’ accuracy, mathematical, and verbal skills.
The Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability have 75, 75, and 50 questions respectively. Candidates can easily maximize their attempts in 150 minutes as there is no negative marking in the exam. All the questions are multiple choice based with weight-age of 1 mark each.
The exam conducting body also releases modal question papers and mock tests for the practice of the exam. The notification for them will release later on the official website. Until then, candidates can refer to the previous year question papers to get the idea of questions that can appear in the examination.
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