KSET Exam Pattern 2022 - Paper 1 & Paper 2 Marking Scheme

KSET Exam Pattern 2022 - Paper 1 & Paper 2 Marking Scheme

ByNikhil Verma  |  Updated on: Jan 24, 2022KSET Exam Pattern 2022: Here's everything you need to know about KSET exam pattern for both KSET Paper 1 and KSET paper 2 to apprehend yourself with the upcoming examination.
KSET Exam Pattern 2022: Here's everything you need to know about KSET exam pattern for both KSET Paper 1 and KSET paper 2 to apprehend yourself with the upcoming examination.
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The University of Mysore will release the KSET Exam Pattern 2022 along with the KSET Notification 2022. It is essential for the applicants to review the exam pattern and prepare their learning strategy accordingly. Karnataka SET Exam Pattern 2022 will give the candidates brief information about the marking scheme and time duration of the exam. Check out the exam pattern for Karnataka State Eligibility Test Centre below to get going!

KSET Exam Pattern 2022

The exam pattern for Karnataka State Eligibility Test Centre is the same every year. So, there is very little chance that the University of Mysore will change the KSET exam pattern 2022. However, candidates are advised to check the latest KSET exam pattern which will be released along with the official KSET notification in February 2022, tentatively. KSET selection process consists of two stages Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the exams will be objective type and will be held in offline mode. KSET Paper 1 exam pattern is common for all applicants, KSET Paper 2 exam pattern 2022 will be subject-oriented. This means it consists of questions from the subject a candidate has selected.

KSET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

The KSET Paper 1 exam consists of 10 sections. Aspirants have to know that this part is common for all the candidates. The KSET Paper 1 Exam Pattern features are mentioned below. You must also go through and comprehend the KSET Syllabus 2022 in detail. 

Total number of questions

50

Marking Scheme

Each question is of 2 marks

Time Duration

1 hour

Total marks

100

Exam mode

Offline (Pen- Paper mode)

Types of questions

Multiple Choice Questions

Subjects covered in Paper 1

  • People and Environment Interaction,
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT),
  • Teaching Aptitude,
  • Reading Comprehension,
  • Reasoning (Including Mathematical),
  • Data Interpretation,
  • People and Environment,
  • Logical Reasoning,
  • Communication,
  • Research Aptitude

KSET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

The KSET Paper 2 exam paper consists of 1 section. This paper will be based on the subject chosen by the candidate. The KSET Paper 2 Exam Pattern details are stated below.

Total number of questions

100

Marking Scheme

Each question will be allotted with 2 marks

Time Duration

2 hour

Total marks

200

Exam mode

Offline (Pen- Paper mode)

Types of questions

Multiple Choice Questions

Choice of Subjects Paper 2

  • Commerce,
  • Management,
  • Economics,
  • General Paper,
  • Kannada,
  • English,
  • History,
  • Political Science,
  • Geography,
  • Sociology,
  • Hindi,
  • Education,
  • Tourism Administration,
  • Mass Communication And Journalism,
  • Library And Information Science,
  • Psychology,
  • Criminology,
  • Social Work,
  • Sanskrit,
  • Law,
  • Urdu,
  • Physical Education,
  • Folk Literature,
  • Computer Science And Applications,
  • Public Administration,
  • Mathematical Science
  • Physical Science,
  • Chemical Science,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Life Science,
  • Home Science,
  • Earth Science
  • Electronic Science,
  • Anthropology,
  • Archaeology,
  • Philosophy,
  • Marathi,
  • Linguistics,
  • Women Studies,
  • Music,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Visual Arts

KSET Exam Pattern FAQs

  • No, as per KSET New Exam Pattern there is no negative marking system for the KSET Exam 2022.

  • The aspirants can expect questions from topics such as the following

    • Letter series
    • Classification
    • Codes
    • Relationships
    • Number series
  • No, the KSET exam paper can be written in either English or Kannada except for the language paper.

  • No, If you are from a Music background, then you have to choose Music as your subject. Candidates are not supposed to choose a subject that is unrelated to their qualifications and specialisations.

  • Yes, we provide the previous year question papers and exam patterns with download option from on the BYJU'S Exam Prep App and on BYJU'S Exam Prep’s website to give your exam preparation the requisite boost.

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