GSEB To Credit 4 Marks for 4 Wrong Questions in GUJCET 2015 Medical Examination

As per the final decision taken by Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB), all the students who have taken Gujarat CET held on 7th May 2015 will be awarded 4 marks for wrong questions. There were total 4 wrong questions in the question papers, 2 in Physics and 2 in Biology and now each candidate will get 4 extra marks regardless of their performance.

gujcet 2015GUJCET 2015 was conducted on 7 May and then the Board published final answer keys for CET exam at its official web portal on 15th May. While releasing provisional answer keys GSEB declared that it would prepare merit list out of 117 marks instead of 120 as there were 3 wrong questions. Later on it was announced that there were only 2 wrong questions and hence candidates will get 2 extra marks.

GSEB received more than 400 objections to the provisional answer keys and after taking experts’ take on the matter, the Board has finally come up with the decision of providing 4 marks to each candidate. Now the merit will be decided on the basis of total 120 marks. The board has released GUJCET 2015 answer keys soon following the test completion .

GUJCET is conducted by Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board to facilitate admissions to Medical and Para medical courses in the affiliated institutions. The exam paper consisted to three subjects, namely, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. After the successful completion of GUJCET 2015, it was reported that there were some wring questions in the paper and now the Board has accepted that there were total 4 questions that were wrong. All the candidates are happy to know that each of them will get 4 extra marks for wrong questions and hence there will be less complications in the calculation of merit.

Contrary to GUJCET result announcement, no specific dates have been notified by the board. Meanwhile, students can discuss their GUJCET expected cut off marks¬†with fellow students. A close look up at what can be the expected cut off to qualify for top colleges analysing previous year’s admissions.

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