Around 1.39 lakh candidates appeared for Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET 2013) on May 01 and 02, 2013.
The KCET was held in 287 examination centres across the State, out of which 69 centres are located in Bangalore. Of the total students, 35,820 took the exam in Bangalore, and the rest of 1,03,419 students appeared in 218 centres situated outside Bangalore.
A student from Vijaya College said, "The paper was a mix of many questions. Some questions had tricky options,"
"Today's Physics paper was little tricky, and Chemistry was moderately easy, and yesterday's Biology paper was easy. Maths also had some tricky questions. I was not able to attend more than 40 questions in maths paper," said a student from National College.
An assessment of the paper by H K Nagaraja, mathematics faculty at BASE, said the paper was easy with 15 questions from I PUC topics. There was a mistake in question 57 in version C-4, Biology, which was the first paper on Wednesday, seemed to be easier than mathematics.
Pranay M R, a student from Presidency College, said the paper was easy. "It was not as tough as we expected it to be considering the joint entrance examination (JEE) standards," he said.
Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) official said, out of 1.39 lakh students 1.10 lakh students wrote Biology paper and 1.22 lakh students wrote Mathematics paper.
KEA will conduct CET on May 3 for candidates from Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga.
Around 1,385 candidates will appear for the test on May 3 between 11.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. at two centres.
KCET 2013 results are likely to be announced on May 27, 2013.