ICET 2018 syllabus, ICET syllabus in Telugu

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ICET 2018 syllabus, ICET syllabus in Telugu: ICET is the common entrance test, which is provided to the candidates to attend this exam to get an entry into the MBA and MCA courses. Candidates must know the syllabus of ICET 2018 before or after applying for this entrance test. The core subjects that come under the syllabus of ICET for the test candidates will include, Systematic thinking, Verbal Thinking, Aptitude and Mathematical Skills.

ICET 2018 syllabus

This ICET test is for about 200 marks and the time or the duration of the test will be given for about 150 minutes. The Test question paper will consist of objective type ICET questions which are given classified with three sections, such as Section A, B and C. Section A and B will consist of each 75 questions and section C will consist of 50 questions.

So, by total, section A and B will consist of objectives for 150 marks and the remaining questions for 50 marks will be given in section C.

Section A will contain 75 objective type questions from the syllabus of subjects related to Analytical Ability.

Section B will contain 75 objective type questions from the subjects related to Mathematical Ability.

Section C will contain 50 objective type questions from the subjects related to Communication Ability. The subcategories of these 3 sections will include questions in the patterns as same as given in the current syllabus.

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The syllabus given for this test will be in multilingual approach. Here, the candidates are given with questions in both English and in the selected language by the candidate such as Telugu, Hindi or Tamil, etc. So, candidates could be able to choose their desired language of syllabus and test. The applicants of this exam could be an Indian or a Non-Indian Citizen. Candidates could apply for this ICET entrance exam via the official site.

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