GATE CSE Paper 2018 was successfully organized in on February 4. The session was held from 9:00 am to 12:00 hrs. The official response key for GATE Computer Science (CS) 2018 and questions papers will be announced after the GATE 2018 exam along with the notification of a time frame to raise objections with the proof.
GATE response keys are announced to make aspirants aware of the accurate responses and thus referred for evaluating GATE Scores. Based on official response keys, GATE Result is declared which is expected to be declared on March 17, 2018.
The final response keys for GATE 2018 will be published after considering all the objections (if, raised by the aspirants) at www.gate.iitg.ac.in in 1st week of March. However, the response keys announced by coaching centers may differ from official GATE response keys. The unofficial GATE response keys are announced by coaching centers just after the organizing of the exam. Read on to know GATE CS Paper Analysis and unofficial response keys.
|Shift/Session||09:00 – 12:00 hrs|
|No. of Questions||65|
|Types of Questions||Objective (MCQs, NAT)|
|Sections||Engineering Mathematics, General Aptitude & Subject Specific|
The total marks equal the count of marks gained in the accurate responses and deduct the marks lost in inaccurate markings. The marking scheme of GATE CS Paper is offered below:
Marks obtained in GATE and GATE Scores are two various entities. After the evaluation of responses, the raw marks (actual marks obtained in GATE) will be considered for calculating GATE Score.
Aspirants can score well in the technical part of the question paper. Topics like Computer Networks, Operating Systems, DBMS, Verbal Ability and Numerical Ability were important and scoring. Questions in GATE 2018 CSE paper were conceptually based. Aspirants must have all the concepts concerned to the topics of the question paper complete and advisable to attempt 1 mark question first as they could be scoring.
Distribution of questions would be from all the topics listed below:
Gate 2018 CSE question paper includes three sections that comprise Technical Section, General Aptitude, and Engineering Mathematics. The analysis of all the sections are elaborated below separately, based on earlier years’ GATE CSE question paper and announce syllabus by Indian Institute of Technology on the official website of GATE 2018:
The technical section of GATE 2018 question paper is the core subject as all the B.Tech. graduates would be appearing for the test. So, the questions from this section might carry more weight from the other two sections. It is expected to be the time-consuming section with the moderate difficulty level. Subtopics like data structure & algorithms, theory computation, computer networks and suchlike play a vital role to score high marks in the technical section.
General aptitude is a section that is common in all GATE question papers. The difficulty level, however, is expected to be moderate to easy for this section. If exercised and studied well, this section could be less time consuming and easy to attempt.
Engineering mathematics is a subject that is introduced to students in their B. As per the analysis, the questions of this section could be moderate. It includes linear algebra, calculus, Differential equations, complex variables and numerical methods questions. Tech program. Students are advised to be very careful with their silly errors while attempting this section.