COMEDK PGET Exam Pattern 2016
COMEDK PGET Exam Pattern 2016 is detailed as below:-
The scope of the syllabi for the Post Graduate Medical / Dental entrance test is based on the M.B.B.S. / B.D.S. syllabus as prescribed by MCI / DCI respectively.
There will be one separate test for PG Medical and another separate test for PG Dental Courses. Each test will have 180 Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs).
The test comprises of two sections in each streams:
I. Medical Stream
Section I: Direct MCQ’s – 120 questions of 1 mark each
Section II: Clinical vignettes linked MCQs– 60 question of 1 mark each
II. Dental Stream
Section I: Direct MCQ’s – 148 questions of 1 mark each
Section II: Clinical vignettes linked MCQs– 32 question of 1 mark each
The test will be held on the mentioned time and date in the entire test centres simultaneously and the time allotted for the test is 180 minutes (3 hours). The test will begin at 10:00 AM and end at 01:00 PM.
Guidelines for Computer-Based Test
=> Countdown timer will display the remaining time available to complete the examination
=> Question Palette displayed on the right side of screen will show the status of each question
=> You can easily navigate to any question by clicking on the question number in the Question Palette
=> You can mark a question for review and then come back to it for saving the correct option
=> You can easily navigate between multiple sections by clicking the respective section displayed on the top bar of the screen
=> You can view the answering status for a Section by placing the mouse over the name of the Section.
=> You can view all the questions by clicking on the Question Paper button.
=> You can shuffle between different sections or change the optional Sections any number of times.
MOCK TEST : In order to familiarize the students to the computer based test, an opportunity in the form of MOCK TEST is made available in the official website
=> Each correct answer is awarded one mark
=> There will be no negative marking.
=> However, in the event of a tie in the score the principle of least negative responses (Number of wrong answers) will be adopted. In addition, if required, other methods may be adapted to break ties vide Para 37 of Page No. 26.
=> A merit / rank list is generated based on the candidate's score in entrance test only. This rank list is the basis for participation in the seat selection process (counselling) later. A minimum of 50% for General Merit and 40% for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories.