COMEDK UGET Exam Pattern 2020 – The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka has released the exam pattern of COMEDK 2020. Through the COMEDK 2020 exam pattern, the candidates will be able to gather details about how the particulars related to the upcome entrance examination. Before commencing their preparation process, the candidates are advised to check COMEDK UGET exam pattern 2020. Information such as mode, duration, type of questions, number of questions and more will be present in the exam pattern of COMEDK UGET 2020. The candidates are expected to experience a boost in their preparation process by referring to the COMEDK 2020 exam pattern. Along with the exam pattern, the candidates can also check the syllabus and mock test of COMEDK . Read the full article to know more information about COMEDK UGET Exam Pattern 2020. COMEDK 2020 has been postponed and will be conducted in the first week of June.
Exam Pattern of COMEDK UGET 2020
|1||Examination mode||Computer based mode|
|2||Duration||3 Hours (180 minutes)|
|3||Sections-wise Division of Questions||Physics – 60 QuestionsChemistry – 60 QuestionsMathematics – 60 Questions|
|4||Total Number of Questions||180 Questions|
|5||Type of Questions||(Multiple Choice Questions)|
|6||Total Marks||180 marks|
|7||Marking Scheme||For every correct answer, 1 mark will be given|
|8||Negative Marking||no negative marking.|
Important Points of COMEDK UGET 2020 Exam Pattern
- COMEDK UGET 2020 will be conducted as a computer based examin.
- The candidates are advised to report to the examination centre by 8 AM since checking will be done by the authorities.
- COMEDK 2020 will be conducted for 3 hours. Mathematics will be held for 1 hour while the combined paper of Physics and Chemistry will be conducted for 2 hours.
- While attempting the examination, the candidates will have to choose the correct answer from the four options given for each question.
- The questions asked in COMEDK UGET 2020 will be based from 12th standard syllabus.
- With the exam pattern, the candidates are also advised to refer to the syllabus and mock test of COMEDK 2020.
Physics Important chapters
Magnetism & Magnetic effect of current – 7 ques
Electrastats – 6 ques
Current – 5
Heat and thermo – 5
Modern physics- 4
SHM – 4
Optics – 5
Chemistry Important Chapters
Coordination compound – 7
Chemical kinetics – 6 ques
Periodic table – 2 or 3
S+D+P+F – 5 ques
Biomolecules and polymers – 5 ques
Atomic str- 2/3
Organic chemistry – 15 ques
Maths Important chapters
Integration – 6
Differnetial equation – 5
AOD + LCD – 7
Matrices and determinant- 4 /5
3d + vector – 8 marks
Probability – 5
Coordinate geometry – 7
How to Prepare
First of all,scoring 150/180 is not a big deal if you have prepared well till now.
But,if you have not prepared well and still asked, How to prepare so that you can get 150/180? Then,no one can help or guide you for achieving this score.
If you have prepared normally and only you have to revise. Then from my experience in solving COMEDK question paper,you can get 120/180.
If you think you can score 120/180. Then,I can help you understanding how to jump from 120/180 to 150/180.
•Mechanics is the easiest part in this exam. Questions will be easy. You can expect 12–15 questions only from mechanics.
•Thermodynamics is very important for physics and chemistry too. one of the most scoring chapters(learn pv diagrams,different thermodynamics processes, Hess law etc.)
•Electrodynamics. In electrodynamics you should learn all the formulas and different type of problems on capacitors. One or two question will be definitely from Equivalent Resistance amd equivalent capacitance. Wheat stone bridge is also important. You can expect 8 to 10 problems on this topic. so,don’t leave this section.
• Magnetism. Again,its very easy topic with easy level questions. just remember formulas.
☆ Communication system and Digital logics.
These two topics everyone thinks is very easy.But when question comes,they forget how to implement the formulas. You can expect 5 questions from these two chapters.
# Chemistry section :-
Physical chemistry: Physical chemistry topics are easy.But for solving questions,you have to do lots of practice. I always find this part of chemistry very easy.
Inorganic Chemistry: This subject is mainly based on how much you remembered the theory part. Yes,lots of things to remember but all that effort worths when you scored 20/20 in inorganic chemistry. students always don’t concentrate much on periodic table and s,p,d,f elements and lose 6–7 marks in this exam. So,I think you will not do the same mistake.
Organic chemistry: First of all,learn nomenclature,Isomerism of all types and command on topic General Organic Chemistry. Now,you can start learning all the Name reactions.
last but not least for chemistry part
Biomolecules and polymer chapters.
There will be 5–6 questions only from these two chapters.You only read this chapter through NCERT book.That’s enough for chemistry part.
Mathematics: In maths,first remember all the formulas of each chapter. Then, practice every chapter one by one. That’s really enough for maths part because mostly all the questions which comes in COMEDK in maths section will be formula based. You can easily get 55+/60 if you learn all the formulas and know how to implement them. Practice basic questions. Maths paper will not be hard.
In this exam,there is no negative marking. So,first attempt all the questions you are confident with and then you can attempt all the unattempted questions. Only thing you keep in your mind although there is no negative marking yet your rank will depend on how many wrong answers you have checked.
All the Best to you!
COMEDK UGET Syllabus for Physics
|1.||Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents||Heating Effects of CurrentElectric PowerSimple Concept of Thermo-ElectricitySeebeck Effect and ThermocoupleChemical Effect of Current Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis|
|2.||Heat and Thermodynamics||Thermal Expansion of SolidsLiquids and Gases and their Specific HeatsRelationship between Cp and Cv for GasesFirst Law of ThermodynamicsThermodynamic ProcessesSecond Law of ThermodynamicsCarnot Cycle Efficiency of Heat Engines|
|3.||Oscillations||Heating Effects of CurrentElectric PowerSimple Concept of Thermo-ElectricitySeebeck Effect and ThermocoupleChemical Effect of Current Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis|
|4.||Motion in Two and Three Dimensions||Scalars and VectorsVector AdditionReal NumberZero Vector and its PropertiesResolution of VectorsScalar and Vector ProductsUniform Circular Motion and its ApplicationsProjection Motion|
|5.||Electrostatics||Electric Charge – it’s unit and conservationCoulomb’s LawDielectric ConstantElectric FieldLines of ForceField due to Dipole and its behaviour in a uniform electric field.Electric FluxGauss’s Theorem and its applicationsElectric Potential, Potential due to a Point Charge.Conductors and InductorsDistribution of Charge on ConductorsCapacitanceParallel Plate CapacitorCombination of CapacitorsEnergy of Capacitor|
|6.||Motion in One Dimension||Description of Motion in One Dimension Motion in a Straight LineUniform and Non-Uniform Motion – Graphical RepresentationUniformly Accelerated Motion and its application.|
COMEDK UGET 2020 Syllabus for Chemistry
|1.||Nuclear Chemistry||Nature of Radiation from Radioactive SubstancesNuclear Reactions: Radioactive Disintegration SeriesArtificial Transmutation of ElementsNuclear Fission and Nuclear FusionIsotopes and their ApplicationsRadio Carbon Dating|
|2.||Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics||Rate of ReactionInstantaneous Rate of Reaction and Order of ReactionFactors Affecting Rates of Reactions – Factors Affecting Rate of Collisions Encountered Between the Reactant Molecules, Effect of Temperature on the Reaction Rate, Concept of Activation Energy Catalyst.Effect of Light of Rates of Reactions.Elementary Reactions as Steps to more Complex Reactions.How Fast are Chemical Reactions?Rate Law ExpressionOrder of a ReactionUnits of Rates and Specific Rate ConstantOrder of Reaction and Effect of ConcentrationTemperature Dependence of Rate ConstantFast ReactionsMechanism of ReactionPhotochemical Reactions|
|3.||Biomolecules||Cell and Energy Cycle Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates, Mono-saccharides, Saccharides, Poly-saccharides, Amino AcidPeptides – Structure and ClassificationProteins and Enzymes – Structure of Proteins, Role of Enzymes.|
|4.||Coordination Chemistry||Coordination CompoundsNomenclature: Isomerism in Coordination Compounds, Bonding in Coordination Compounds, Werner’s Coordination TheoryApplications of Coordination Compounds|
|5.||Polymers||Synthetic and Natural Polymers Classification on PolymersNatural and Synthetic PolymersImportant Uses of Teflon, PVC, Polystyrene, Nylon-66, Terylene, Bakelite.|
|6.||Chemistry in Action||DyesChemical in Medicines (antipyretic, analgesic, antibiotics & tranquillizers)Rocket Propellants (Structural Formulae Non – Evaluative)|
|7.||Environmental Chemistry||Environmental Pollutants: Soil, Air and WaterMajor Atmospheric Pollutants: Acid Rain, Ozone and its Reactions causing Ozone Layer Depletion, Effects of the Depletion of Ozone Layer, Industrial Air Pollution.|
COMEDK UGET 2020 Syllabus for Mathematics
|1||Differential Calculus||Polynomials, Rational, Trigonometric, Logarithmic and Exponential FunctionsInverse FunctionsGraphs of Simple FunctionsLimitsContinuity: Differentiation of the Sum, Difference, Product and Quotient of Two FunctionsDifferentiation of Trigonometric, Inverse Trigonometric, Logarithmic, Exponential, Composite and Implicit Functions, Derivatives of Order up to Two.Applications of Derivatives: Rate of Change of Quantities, Monotonic Increasing and Decreasing Functions, Maxims and Minimum Functions of One Variable, Tangents and Normals, Rolle’s and Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorems.|
|2.||Circles||Standard Form of Equation of a CircleGeneral Form of Equation of a Circle, its radius and centreEquation of a Circle when the End Points of a Diameter are Given.Points of Intersection of a Line and a Circle with the Centre at the Origin and Conditions for a Line to be Tangent to the CircleEquation of the TangentEquation of a Family of Circles through the Intersection of Two CirclesCondition for Two Intersecting Circles to be Orthogonal.|
|3.||Matrices and Determinants||Determinants and Matrices of Order Two and ThreeProperties of DeterminantsEvaluation of DeterminantsArea of Triangles Using DeterminantsAddition and Multiplication of MatricesAdjoint and Inverse of MatrixTest of Consistency and Solution of Similar Linear Equations using Determinants and Matrices.|
|4.||Vector Algebra||Vectors and ScalarsAddition of VectorsComponents of a Vector in Two Dimensions and Three Dimensional SpaceScalar and Vector ProductsScalar and Vector Triple ProductApplication of Vectors to Plane Geometry|
|5.||Differential Equations||Differential Equations, Ordinary Differential Equation – Their Order and DegreeFormation of Differential EquationsSolution of Differential Equations by the Method of Separation of Variables.Solution of Homogeneous and Linear Differential Equations and those of type d2y = f(x) dx2.|
|6.||Three Dimensional Geometry||Coordinates of a Point in SpaceDistance Between Two PointsSection FormulaDirection Ratios and Direction CosinesAngle between Two Intersecting LinesSkew Lines – The Shortest Distance between them and its Equation.Equations of a Line and a Plane in Different Forms: Intersection of a Line and a Plane, Coplanar Lines, Equation of a Sphere, Its Centre and Radius.Diameter form of the Equation of a Sphere.|
|7.||Probability||Probability of an EventAddition and Multiplication Theorems of Probability and their ApplicationConditional Probability: Bayes TheoremProbability Distribution of a Random VariateBinomial and Poisson Distributions and their Properties.|