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27th July 2012 07:48 PM
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Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

Hi,
I'm studying B.Tech 3rd year. When will it be good to start the coaching either in 3rd year or 4 th year??
30th May 2012 12:47 PM
qwertyuiop2758
Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

Dear
The pattern and the weight age of marks in the GATE Examination remains almost the same every year...You can search on the net or you can refer to the previous year question papers for more information....I am giving you the websites on which you can search....

1.www.gateforum.com.

2.www.onestopgate.com.

Thankyou
Aishwarya Mehrotra
8th March 2011 03:16 PM
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Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

can u please inform me about the marks weightage as per book for physical science
15th February 2011 11:25 AM
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Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

could you kindly inform me about marks weightage as per subject(electrical)
10th February 2011 08:15 PM
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Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

Happy to get suggestions 4m the right person,
I belong to Life science Zoology.
Equations are the one that holds me back,
(I appeared ones for CSIR examination, but i didn't clear it.)
Can i get those(Equations and derivations) information from GK Publishers?

Thank you
Kaviarasi
8th February 2011 10:22 AM
solution
Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

hello dear

as you are looking for a question paper pattern(Not number of questions), so it will be better for you if you can practice the previous year gate papers.

by solving the previous year, you do know where do you standing right now.

you can get Gate syllabus in the given below sites

1.www.gateforum.com.

2.www.onestopgate.com.

all the best...............
8th February 2011 03:35 AM
diego
Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

Dear friend
please do not lose your cool over mistakes in books.. those are mostly typographical errors.
Anyhow books are our main source of preparation.To minimize third party error
refer to more than one book.. and only from reputed publishers.
further there is no dearth of materials on net and you can get lots of quality material and ..free online tests.
Practice as much as you can and also use good reference books. that way you will get good practice and foolproof knowledge.
www.onestopgate.com/gate-
preparation

gate.learnhub.com/
www.gateforum.com/GATE_online_library.php
www.gate4iit.com
8th February 2011 01:42 AM
maddusajj
Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

hi...
the question paper consists of 65 questions,carrying an maximum marks of hundred,
questions 1-25 carry one marks each
questions 26-55 carry marks each
questions 56-65 are aptitude questions with 56-60 carrying 1 marks each and questions 61-65 carrying 2 marks each,
the papers contains compulsory questions of mathematics for 15 marks
all the best
8th February 2011 01:08 AM
vike
Re: Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

Dear Friend

Sometimes it happens in commercial books.
I have suggested GK Publishers books to many GATE aspirants and I never heard a
problem as of yours. So, I suggest you to refer this book.

If you want to see the question paper pattern and weightage data of different topics
then you should better refer the previous year questions.

As you have not mentioned the stream in which you are appearing GATE.
So I can't attach any of the previous year question paper of GATE.

You can visit the following websites to download GATE question papers.

http://www.engineeringpapers.edufever.com/
http://gate.iitm.ac.in/

Thank You
7th February 2011 08:29 PM
kavi0702
Pattern(weightage type) of GATE examination?

I wish to have a question paper pattern(Not number of questions).
This is the first time i'm appearing for GATE
I wish to crack it in the first attempt.
I'm fed up with certain publishers who sell books with MCQs with wrong answers (Books published for commercial purpose)
Before i appear for the exam i wish to test myself for a personnel satisfaction.
Hope this will give me a confidence.
Kindly do the needful.

With expectations,
Kaviarasi.

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