PGCET 2018 Admit Card

Karnataka Examination Authority has released the admit card for PGCET 2018. The Admit Card has been released on the official website on July 05, 2018. Candidates can access the same by entering the application number and date of birth. The window to download the hall tickets has been opened until Jul 12, 2018. So, it is advisable that applicants download it soon to avoid last-minute inconvenience.

Download: PGCET 2018 Admit Card

As there was no official announcement by the exam conducting body, candidates were curiously anticipating for the release of PGCET 2018 Admit Card. We expected that admit card to release around July 07, 2018 according to the last year trends, but it has been available earlier. Now, candidates can properly concentrate on the exam that is about to take place on July 15, 2018.

On the exam day, candidates must carry the PGCET 2018 Admit Card in the examination hall. Along with it, you can carry one photograph and photo identity proof. Though nothing as such has been mentioned in the brochure of PGCET 2018. In the examination hall, you are not allowed to carry Bluetooth, mobile phones, calculator, books, notes, pagers, markers, etc.

Till the exam day arrives, you can revise all the important concept of the examination. In the English language, you can revise grammar rules or vocabulary. Whereas in Quant you can revise the formulas and tricks. Keep a track of latest news to attempt general knowledge section in the paper. As only a few days left, keep calm and do not take the stress.

Once the examination is over, the exam conducting body will release the official answer key for PGCET 2018. Candidates can check the right answer against the options marked by them in the paper. You can raise an objection in case there is an error in the answer key. Though this should be done in the limited time window only specified by KEA.

After the proper analysis of doubts, final answer key will also release on the official website. The final result will release on the same of final answer key or few days after it. Stay updated at or at PGCET 2018.

About – The Karnataka Post Graduate Common Entrance Test is an exam conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority to take admission in first-year MBA programme. The selected candidates will have the opportunity to pursue this course in Government, University, Private Aided, Private Un-Aided professional educational institutions in the state of Karnataka. The exam takes place once a year in the month of June-July for the new academic session.


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