Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET) had started smoothly on 01st May 2014 across the state.
A total of 1.4 lakh candidates had appeared for the CET in 314 centres.
According to the students, Physics paper was easy and Chemistry paper was very tough.
Most of the students claimed that the Chemistry paper was tougher than last years. Students also said that, Chemistry paper had some of the out of syllabus questions.
According to the experts, Chemistry paper was tough with some unusual questions. A mere 15 questions can be termed easy, while other 60 questions were difficult.
Some compared the difficulty level of the paper to JEE Main 2014. The theory based questions were time-consuming. Moreover, the physical chemistry problems involved lengthy calculations. Some questions had incorrect data and one had three correct options.
Most of the students said that physics paper was easy. There were 20 questions this year derived from I Pre University Course (PUC) syllabus. As per the students, the Physics paper was well structured and consisted of both theoretical and application-based questions.