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GUJCET Result 2024: Exam Pattern & Steps to Check your Result

It is expected tGUJCET Result 2024hat Gujcet Result 2024 will be announced this evening. The official website, gujcet.gseb.org, provides an online results check for all candidates who take the exam. The Gujcet result link has not yet been activated by the GSEB, but it might do so on May 02, 2024. Thus, all candidates can now access the result and cutoff marks on this page.

How to check you GUJCET Result?

  • Go to gsebservice.com, the GSEB’s official website.
  • Select the relevant link for the GUJCET 2024 results.
  • Enter the application numbers for GUJCET 2024 or any other necessary information, then click “Submit.”
  • Save and get the results for GUJCET 2024.

Exam Pattern for GUJCET

The GSEB board will issue the exam pattern for the GUJCET 2024. The information about the examination pattern provided below is based on past years’ question papers. Prior to the test, the official website will post the GUJCET 2024 exam pattern.

GUJCET Result 2024
Source: Physics Waallah
  • The test will be administered online using pen and paper.
  • The exam will last three hours in total.
  • There will be versions of the question paper in Hindi, Gujarati, and English.
    For the Engineering course, the questions will come from the subjects of physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology will be covered in the Pharmacy course.
  • There will be 40 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) for each subject out of a total of 120 MCQs on the question paper.
  • One mark will be awarded for each accurate response, while 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

GUJCET Cutoff 2024

The GUJCET 2024 cutoff, which is the opening and closing rankings candidates must meet to be admitted to participating institutes, will be made public by the authorities. It should be mentioned that the GUJCET 2024 institute- and course-specific cutoffs will be made public by the authorities.

When deciding the GUJCET exam cutoff in 2024, the authorities will take into account a number of factors, including the volume of candidates, the exam’s difficulty, past cutoff trends, and the availability of seats.

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