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Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test 2024 ( TSICET )

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TS ICET 2024 Exam Analysis: TSCHE conducted TS ICET 2024 exam for both the sessions successfully. Candidates have found the TS ICET difficulty standards as easy to moderate. The toughest section among all came out to be Mathematical Ability. While, Analytical Ability was lengthy but doable. Candidates found Statistics questions unrelated if compared with previous papers of TS ICET exam. TS ICET test takers from June 5 exam also complained about the laggy software used for this state level entrance exam.

TS ICET analysis refers to the detailed audit of the exam in terms of overall and sectional difficulty level, type of questions, important topics, marking scheme and surprise elements. TSICET analysis helps to gauge the expected cutoff that would help test takers to predict MBA/MCA colleges based on TS ICET results. This year, as many as 86,514 have applied for TS ICET exam.

Candidates can check the TS ICET 2023 exam analysis here for the exam both days. The detailed analysis of TS ICET exam 2023 includes discussion related to the difficulty level of the question paper, topic-wise distribution of questions, section-wise weightage, marking scheme, number of good attempts and expected TSICET cut-offs. This article comprises the TS ICET exam analysis after the students complete the exam and disburse the exam centre.

To provide an idea of the exam difficulty level, we bring to you an in-depth analysis of TSICET from the previous sessions. This article on TS ICET analysis comprises TS ICET 2020 analysis, TS ICET 2021 analysis, and TS ICET 2022 exam analysis and TS ICET 2023 question paper analysis for all sessions.

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Q:   How to score high in TSICET exam? Should I practise TS ICET mock tests?

A:
To score high in TSICET exam a candidate must follow an approach to attempt the questions for which he/she knows the answer, and guess the question for which he/she doesn't know the answer. Since there is no negative marking, candidates must attempt all questions. In the speed-based test, one must aim to answer the questions as soon as possible. Coming to TSICET, a test taker has to answer each question in less than 45 seconds to complete the exam on time. To score high in TSICET candidates will have to work on their speed as well as accuracy. Speed and accuracy can be improved by practising previous years papers and mock tests. While answering questions, candidates must not stick on one question for more than 40 seconds. After answering all the questions in 40 seconds or less, candidates will still have five to ten minutes to review the responses.
 

Q:   Which section is the easiest in TSICET exam?

A:
The Communication Ability section of the TSICET exam is considered the easiest section among all the sections. Telangana ICET has questions from three sections, namely Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability. Besides the difficulty standards, TSICET exam's Communication Ability section has the least questions, that is 50 questions. The Communication Ability section is further divided into four sub-sections, which include 1) Vocabulary 2) Business and Computer Terminology 3) Functional Grammar 4) Reading Comprehension.
 

Q:   How competitive is TS ICET exam? How many candidates applied for TSICET 2022 exam?

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Out of the 68 781 candidates appeared, 61 613 have qualified the Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test for admission into the MBA and MCA courses said Kakatiya University Vice-Chancellor Prof Thatikonda Ramesh. A total of 61613 candidates have qualified the Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test (TSICET-2022) for admission into the MBA and MCA courses said Kakatiya University Vice-Chancellor Prof Thatikonda Ramesh here on Saturday. He along with Registrar Prof B Venktram Reddy and TSICET convener Prof K Raji Reddy has declared the TSICET -2022 results at the Department of Commerce and Management building on the campus.
 

Q:   Is TSICET exam tough?

A:
As per the past year's trends, TSICET exam is considered easy to moderate in terms of difficulty standards. Candidates have to work on their speed as well as accuracy to score well in TSICET. Wroking on time management for TSICET exam shall require the test takers to participate in mock test series. Additionally, candidates would have to practice using the past question papers to get a fair idea of the exam structure, important topics, weightage of topics, and more. A candidate who is aware of basic exam details and has a good hold on the speed can score well in TSICET exam with minimal preparation.
 

TS ICET 2024 Paper Analysis

There are three shifts for TS ICET 2024 exam, i.e. June 5 FN shift, June 5 AN shift, and June 6 FN shift. The exam analysis for all shifts if TS ICET 2024 is available here:

TS ICET Exam Analysis (June 5 FN Shift)

TS ICET Question Paper Analysis TS ICET Difficulty Standards
Difficulty level in Analytical Ability section Easy to moderate
Difficulty level in Mathematical Ability section Moderate to tough
Difficulty level in Communication Ability section Easy
Number of questions asked 200
Overall difficulty level of TS ICET June 5 exam Moderate

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TSICET Exam Pattern

Kakatiya University, Warangal prescribed TSICET exam pattern. The question paper is divided into three sections. Check details below

Feature of TSICET Pattern

Details

Number of Section in Question Paper

3 (Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability and Communication Ability)

Number of Questions

200

Question Type

Multiple Choice Questions

TSICET 2020 Total Marks

200

Duration of the Test

150 minutes

Exam Language

English, Telugu and Urdu

Marking Scheme

1 mark for Correct answer

Qualifying Marks

25% for Unreserved Category

Note: We will update the TSICET 2020 paper analysis for more insights soon after the second-day exam is over. For ease of preparation for the upcoming exam, check the TSICET 2020 Day 1 exam analysis below.

Q:   What is a good TSICET score?

A:
A good score in TSICET depends on various factors such as the difficulty level of the exam, the number of candidates who appeared for the exam, and the number of seats available for admission. However, if the previous year's trends are to be considered, scoring above 90 to 100 marks out of a total of 200 is considered a good score in TSICET. Candidates must note that the cutoff score for TSICET varies for different colleges and universities. Additionally, a good score can vary across categories. Candidates with a good TSICET score and a good academic record are likely to have better chances of securing admission to top MBA and MCA colleges in Telangana.
 

Q:   What are the subjects included in ICET (Telangana) syllabus?

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Telangana ICET, also known as TS ICET has three sections in the exam. Candidates appearing for the TS ICET exam have to prepare for all three sections, namely Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability. These three sections of TS ICET exam are further divided into sub sections. The details for the sub sections are as follows:

  1. Analytical Ability
    1. Data Sufficiency
    2. Problem Solving
  2. Mathematical Ability
    1. Arithmetical Ability
    2. Algebraical Ability and Geometrical Ability
    3. Statistical Ability
  3. Communication Ability
    1. Vocabulary
    2. Business and Computer Terminology
    3. Functional Grammar
    4. Reading Comprehension
 

Q:   Which section of TSICET exam has the maximum questions?

A:
Mathematical Ability section and the Analytical Ability section of TSICET exam has an equal question and marks weightage. The Communication Ability section of the TSICET exam has the least number of questions, I. e. 50. While the other two sections have 75 questions each. Kakatiya University has divided all the three sections of the exam into sub sections. Problem Solving sub section under Analytical Ability has the maximum number of questions, I. e. 55. Candidates must prepare for the TSICET exam keeping the weightage in mind to fetch the best results.
 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of TSICET exam?

A:
As per the Telangana ICET marking scheme for every correct response marked, candidates will fetch 1 mark, irrespective of the section. Additionally, the marking scheme of TSICET exam states no negative marking in case of incorrect responses marked by the candidate. Moreover, there is no negative marking for questions left unattempted. All 200 questions of TSICET exam will have the common marking scheme discussed above. With no sectional time limit in the online exam, candidates can navigate across sections and questions of TSICET exam.
 

TS ICET 2023 Question Paper Analysis

The table below will represent the TS ICET 2023 exam analysis for all shifts:

Section name Number of questions Good attempt
Analytical Ability 75 55-65
Mathematical Ability 75 50-60
Communication Ability 50 40+
Total 200 145-175

TS ICET 2021 Exam Analysis

TSICET 2021 exam was held on August 19 and August 20. The question paper in TS ICET 2021 was moderate as compared to past exam sessions. The exam was held at various exam centres in 16 cities across Telangana.

TSCHE conducted the TS ICET 2021 exam on August 19 and August 20 successfully, most of the test takers found the exam to be similar to the previous year's question papers they parctised. Percentages, Distance, and Time from Mathematics had a slightly higher weightage in both the sessions, coding-decoding and data analysis had more weightage in Analytical Ability section. The Communication Ability section was the easiest of all, and the test takers termed the section as scoring. However, some test takers found the Communication Ability section a bit on the moderate difficulty side if compared to the previous sessions. Experts found the AN and FN session on a similar level of difficulty.

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TSICET 2021 Exam - Key Highlights of August 19 Afternoon Session

  1. TSICET was conducted in CBT mode.
  2. The user interface of TS ICET 2021 was laggy. Test takers had to scroll multiple times to read a particular question
  3. The TSICET 2021 exam had 200 MCQs to be solved in 150 minutes
  4. The difficulty level of questions in TS ICET 2021 Afternoon exam of August 19 was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.
  5. The TS ICET question paper 2021 was divided into three sections, i.e. Section A, Section B and Section C. However, candidates were allowed to navigate across sections.
  6. Section C of the TS ICET 2021 question paper was in Communication Ability. The other two sections, i.e Section A and Section B were in English, Telugu and Urdu.
  7. Each question carried one mark. There was no negative marking
  8. The Mathematical Ability section was the toughest of all the sections followed by the Analytical Ability which was easy but was time-consuming
  9. The Communication Ability section of TS ICET was the easiest and scoring
  10. An attempt of 145-185 questions is considered good
  11. Percentages, Time and Distance had the most weightage in the Mathematical Ability
  12. Most questions in the Analytical Ability were based on coding-decoding, data analysis and sequences-series

TSICET 2021 Exam - Key Highlights of August 19 Forenoon Session

  1. TSICET was conducted in CBT mode.
  2. The TSICET 2021 exam had 200 Multiple Choice Questions to be solved in 150 minutes
  3. The difficulty level of questions in TS ICET 2021 exam was on the moderate to tough side in the August 19, forenoon session.
  4. The TS ICET question paper 2021 was divided into three sections, i.e. Section A, Section B and Section C.
  5. Section C of the TS ICET 2021 question paper was in Communication Ability. The other two sections, i.e Section A and Section B were in English, Telugu and Urdu.
  6. Each question carried one mark. There was no negative marking
  7. The overall paper of the TS ICET 2021 exam was moderate to easy
  8. The Mathematical Ability section was the toughest of all the sections followed by the Analytical Ability
  9. The Communication Ability section of TS ICET was the easiest and scoring
  10. An attempt of 130-180 questions is considered good
  11. Percentages had the most weightage in the Mathematical Ability
  12. Most questions in the Analytical Ability were asked from coding-decoding and data analysis
  13. The Communication Ability section had at least 10 marks from synonyms

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TSICET Question Paper 2021: Section Wise Marking Scheme

Section-wise marking scheme and the topics of each of the three sections in the TSICET 2021 Question Paper are mentioned in the table below.

TSICET Sections

Topics

Subtopics

Marks

Section A

Analytical Ability

i) Data Sufficiency

20

ii) Problem Solving

55

Section B

Mathematical Ability

i) Arithmetical Ability

35

ii) Algebraical & Geometrical Ability

30

iii) Statistical Ability

10

Section C

Communication Ability

i) Vocabulary

10

ii) Business & Computer Terminology

10

iii) Functional Grammar

15

iv) Reading Comprehension

15

TSICET 2020 Exam Analysis

TSICET 2020 exam was held on September 30 and October 1 in two slots and one slot respectively. The morning session was held from 9.30 am to 12 noon and the afternoon session was scheduled from 3 pm to 5.30 pm at various exam centres in 16 cities across Telangana.

TSICET 2020 Exam-Key Highlights

  1. TSICET was conducted in CBT mode.
  2. The TSICET 2020 exam had 200 Multiple Choice Questions to be solved in 150 minutes
  3. The questions of TSICET 2019 exam were of moderate difficulty level.
  4. The TSICET question paper 2020 was divided into three sections, i.e. Section A, Section B and Section C.
  5. Section C of TSICET 2020 question paper was in English. The other two sections, i.e Section A and Section B were in English, Telugu and Urdu.
  6. Each question carried one mark. There was no negative marking

Section-Wise: TSICET 2020 Analysis

Overall, TSICET 2020 question paper was moderately difficult. Read below, section-wise TSICET analysis The difficulty level of the questions was in tune with the previous year’s level of difficulty. 

Section A: Analytical Ability

The difficulty level of this section was Moderate to Tough. Some of the questions were tricky in nature. The questions of the Data Analysis section were based on Set Theory. Candidates were asked questions on Pie Chart and Table. This section demanded a lot of time and intensive calculation. The section also comprised 2 sets on Data Interpretation, one with 5 questions and another with 2 questions. From Reasoning section, the questions were mostly from the topics such as Series, Analogies, Coding, Decoding, Clocks & Calendar, Arrival & Departure, Blood Relations and Symbols and Notations. The difficulty level of the questions was moderate.

Section B: Mathematical Ability

The difficulty level of this section was tough. The questions were lengthy and time-consuming. The topics from which majority of the questions were asked in this section were Number System, Time & Work, Profit & Loss, Ratios & Proportions, Equations, Mensuration and Geometry. 

Section C: Communication Ability

Most of the questions in this section of TSICET were asked from the English Grammar, Vocabulary and Reading Comprehensions. The difficulty level of this section is considered to be easy according to the TSICET 2020 test-takers. 

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TS ICET (Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test) is the accepted entrance exam for admission into MBA and MCA courses of all the Universities in Telangana State and their affiliated colleges. Any candidate who has a recognised bachelor’s degree with at least 50% aggregate marks (45% in case

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