GATE Chemistry Paper 2018 was successfully organized on February 4. The official response key for GATE Chemistry (CY) 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. The session was held from 02:00 am to 05:00 hrs.
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 will 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.inin 1st week of March. Read on to know GATE CY Paper Analysis and unofficial response keys. 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 organize of exam.
|Shift/Session||02:00 – 05:00 hrs|
|No. of Questions||65|
|Types of Questions||Objective (MCQs, NAT)|
|Sections||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 CY Paper is offered below:
Apart from the mandatory section on General Aptitude testing language and analytical skills (10 questions totaling to 15 marks), the Chemistry (CY) Paper will have the rest of 55 questions (a mix of 1 and 2 mark questions) based on the subject, assessing aspirants’ in-depth understanding of the domain-concerned concepts and their application. It is compulsory for aspirants to attend all the questions in the paper.
The official website for GATE hosts the question papers from earlier years’ examinations for the convenience of students. A detailed self-analysis of these question papers can help aspirants in their preparation for the exam.
GATE 2018 Cut-off score is the at least score that aspirants required to secure in order to qualify the entrance test. Please note that GATE Cut Offs will be separate for qualifying the exam and for admissions. The admissions cut-off will vary for each participating institute as it is dependent on the number of seats available at a particular institute as well as the number of participants therein.
Here we have tabulated the qualifying marks for the Chemistry (CY) paper from the last three years. Aspirants should bear this in mind that the Qualifying Cut-off will vary on the basis of the difficulty level of exam and the total number of participants.