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PG CET 2018: Last minute tips from Topper



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KEA has announced to conduct Karnataka PGCET 2018 MBA entrance exam on Sunday, July 15, 2018, from 2.30PM to 4.30 PM. The PGCET for MCA admission will also be held on July 15, 2018, from 10.30AM to 12.30PM.  Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA)  has now closed the PGCET 2018 Registration on June 10, 2018, after extending the last date from earlier June 5. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) had released the PGCET 2018 Notification and Registration Schedule for PGCET 2018 on May 19, 2018.

PGCET is a popular yearly MBA entrance examination for admission to MBA colleges in Bangalore and rest of Karnataka. It is for students who want to pursue MBA at Post Graduation level from Government / University / Private Aided / Private Un-Aided MBA colleges in Karnataka.

The entire schedule for PGCET 2018 with the Admit card Download dates, Exam dates is now available at KEA website. The candidates from Karnataka state and outside Karnataka state are eligible to apply and appear in the PGCET 2018.  Karnataka PGCET – MBA exam is a paper-based test of 2 hours duration.

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  • Always set a time limit for each section in the exam paper
  • Revise the QA formulas
  • In case there is a topic that you might have missed, leave it. Do not start anything new now
  • Do not panic in case there is a change in the test pattern. Remember that this change is for everyone, not just you
  • It is extremely important to deliver a balanced performance across all 3 sections
  • Lastly, keep calm – this will help you in performing to your full potential


  • Revise all the concepts and formulas
  • Keep practising mocks even one day before the exam
  • If you are getting stuck on one question, do not waste your time on it. Leave that question and move ahead. At the end of the exam, if you are still left with time, re-attempt that particular question
  • One must not have a pre-defined mind-set on the exam day
  • Go to the exam centre with a calm mind


  • To start off with, first, attempt all the questions that are least time-consuming. When attempting these questions, focus on accuracy
  • If required, do not forget to use the calculator
  • Have a proper sleep a night before the exam day
  • Go with a cool mind on the D-Day


All the best to all the candidates appearing for PG-CET 2018!

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