The second day of the KCET 2021 exam has been concluded successfully today i.e. August 29, 2021. The council held the Biology and Mathematics paper on August 28, 2021. While the Physics and Chemistry paper was conducted today in two shifts. As of now, the exam is over, and the candidates are awaiting the release of the KCET 2021 answer key. A lot of top coaching institutes like DR Academy and Base Resonance have released the unofficial answer keys for all the subjects. These answer keys are helpful in calculating marks scored by the candidates in the test.
The official KCET 2021 Answer Key is going to be available at least 5 to 6 days after the written exam. As per last year stats, the KCET exam was conducted on July 30 and July 31, 2020. However, the official answer key by the KEA was released on August 04, 2020. With this, we can deduce that this year, the answer key could be released from September 02 to September 03, 2021.
As per the feedback of the students, the overall difficulty level of the KCET 2021 exam was moderate to difficult level. Physics and Mathematics emerged as the toughest section for the students this year. However, the difficulty level of the questions asked in Biology and Chemistry was of moderate level. The overall good attempts in each section were between 30 to 45 questions.
The unofficial answer key released by coaching institutes has been prepared by expert faculty of the coaching on the basis of the real-time feedback of the students. These answer keys can be used to get the correct idea of the marks scored by the candidates in the KCET examination. The candidates can use the steps mentioned in the space below to download the unofficial answer keys:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the coaching institute.
Step 2: Find the KCET Exam Analysis/Answer Key 2021 link on the homepage of the coaching and click on the same.
Step 3: Choose the subject name and click on the same to open the answer key pdf.
Step 4: Compare the answers marked in the unofficial answer keys with the ones marked in the OMR sheet.
Steps 5: Use the marking scheme i.e. 1 mark for correct answer and no negative marks for the wrong answer to find the probable marks scored.
The candidates can raise objections against the wrong answers marked in the official answer key as per the rules of the authorities. The one who successfully scores marks equivalent to the cut-off marks will be called for the counselling round of the KCET.