Karnataka PGCET 2020 Mock Test


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Updated on
August 21, 2020

PGCET 2020 exam date is now October 7, 2020. The date was postponed from earlier August 9. Conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority for admission to MBA and MCA courses in the Government and University affiliated colleges in Bangalore and rest of Karnata, PGCET exam is delayed due to non-declaration of graduation exam result due to Covid-19 pandemic. The PGCET 2020 is  a paper based test of 2 hours duration with 100 questions of MCQ type.  The exam postponement offers good opportunity to the candidates to prepare more for the exam as more time is now available for PGCET Preparation.

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The extended time of one month gives good opportunity to prepare for PGCET exam to the candidates who are seeking MBA admission 2020 in Karnataka low fee B-schools.


PGCET Mock Tests are the best preparation tool that can help PGCET 2020 exam test takers to score well. To help Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam takers prepare and perform better in the MBA PGCET 2020, experts at MBAUniverse.com have prepared PGCET Mock test with answer keys, solutions and Expected Questions… Prepared by India’s Top Experts. Take these Karnataka PGCET Online Mock Tests to assess your preparation in revised Karnataka PGCET 2020 exam pattern with 100 questions. This PGCET Mock Test is completely free for you. 


Important Instructions for taking Mock Test Online

  • Type of Questions: PGCET is an objective type test with Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs).
  • Total Questions: PGCET 2020 Exam Paper consists of 100 Questions.
  • Total Sections: The test is divided among 4 key sections on which questions will be formed. The 4 test sections in PGCET 2020 are:
  • Section-1- Proficiency in English Language – 25 questions;
  • Section-2- Reasoning and General Intelligence-25 questions;
  • Section-3- Quantitative Analysis-25 questions;
  • Section-4-General Knowledge-25 questions.
  • Total Duration: Exam should be solved in 120 minutes. Test is scheduled from 2.30PM to 4.30PM on August 9, 2020.
  • Sectional Time Limit: There is no Individual time limit for any section. Candidates can move from one section to other within overall time limit in the PGCET exam.
Proficiency in English Language
Quantitative Analysis
General Knowledge
Reasoning and General Intelligence

All these Karnataka PGCET 2019 Mock Tests are based on new PGCET Paper Pattern.

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