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Content Writer: Shubham S Nimje


Published on: Sat Feb 03 2024Updated on: Mon Feb 05 2024

For aspiring engineers seeking admission to prestigious institutions in Karnataka, the COMEDK UGET (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Undergraduate Entrance Test) serves as a crucial gateway. This comprehensive guide unpacks the exam, equipping you with the knowledge and strategies to conquer it and secure your dream seat.

Understanding the Basics:

  • What is it? The COMEDK UGET is a state-level entrance exam conducted by COMEDK for admission to undergraduate engineering programs in over 190 private engineering colleges across Karnataka.
  • Who conducts it? COMEDK, an autonomous consortium of medical, engineering, and dental colleges, administers the exam, ensuring a transparent and merit-based selection process.
  • When is it held? Typically, the exam is held in the month of May, with registrations opening a few months prior.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Nationality: Indian citizen or Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholder.
  • Age: No upper age limit.
  • Educational Qualification: Passed the 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as mandatory subjects, securing at least 45% aggregate marks (40% for reserved categories).

Exam Structure:

The COMEDK UGET is a computer-based online test conducted over 3 hours, comprising three sections:

  • Physics: 60 questions, 60 marks
  • Chemistry: 60 questions, 60 marks
  • Mathematics: 60 questions, 60 marks

Each question carries 1 mark, with no negative marking. The total marks for the exam are 180.

Preparation Strategies:

  • Start Early: Begin your preparation well in advance, ideally in Class 11th, to thoroughly cover the syllabus.
  • Master the NCERT: NCERT textbooks form the foundation for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Understand the concepts clearly and practice solving problems from them.
  • Supplement with Reference Books: Utilize reference books like Arihant’s JEE Main, MTG COMEDK UGET Champion, and Cengage JEE Advanced for deeper understanding and additional practice questions.
  • Practice Previous Years’ Papers and Mock Tests: Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern, question types, and time management by solving previous years’ papers and mock tests regularly.
  • Time Management is Key: Practice solving questions within the stipulated time to avoid last-minute pressure and ensure you can attempt all sections effectively.
  • Online Resources: Explore online platforms like Khan Academy, Byju’s, and Vedantu for interactive learning, video lectures, and personalized practice.
  • Mentorship and Guidance: Consider seeking guidance from experienced mentors or joining coaching classes for structured learning, doubt clearing sessions, and expert insights.

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