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Kcet tips physics

   Physics is hard nut to crack in the kcet compared to other subjects. Physics is time consuming subject, so we have to take care about both time and questions. Physics is the subject which makes a large ranking difference. So we have to be careful about this. Here are the tips that can take you easily above 40 marks.

Theory questions:
          These questions should be attempted carefully, as these will be easier compared to other questions, and at least 15 questions are asked from theory, and if you fetch 12 marks here that's great.

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Numerical problems:
         Numericals are the ones which are total marks decider. Atleast 20-22 questions are numericals and in these 10-12 numericals are directly based on basic formulae. So if you come prepared with basic formulaes you can easily score 20 marks. These not only help you in numericals but also in formula based questions.

Formula based questions:
        These questions are tricky, but if we understand questions, it can be easily answered. Basic formulaes are important for this type of questions.

             You can see above questions are easy to answer, if we know basic formulaes so prepare with formulaes. This type of questions atleast 7-10 will be there.

Graphs:
         Every graph in textbook is important. Atleast 2-3 questions will be there on graph. These can be answered easily.

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  1. kcet result 2018 date will be announced in the online mode wherein candidates have to check it by entering their valid registration number. The KCET 2018 result will be available for those who have appeared in the entrance test.

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