JK SET All the best JK-SET 2016 aspirants
Few points to remember about the exam:
All the three papers are of objective type. There is NO negative marking. Guessing intelligently does help to score more.
Paper I has 60 questions, only 50 are to be attempted. If you attempt more than 50 only first 50 attempted questions will be considered. This is a common mistake where aspirants lose marks on attempting more than 50 in paper I. So be careful.
There is no break between paper I and Paper II. Stop solving Paper I as soon as its time ends. You will lose marks if you spend time of Paper II in solving Paper I.
Paper III cautions: Give all the time to solve questions; don’t leave the hall early, the more time you spend on a question the more likely you will get it right. Mark question on answer sheet only if you are sure, you will get sufficient time to revise a doubtful question even twice or thrice, so don’t haste.
Remember, to be in the race you have to qualify all three papers individually, don’t neglect any of the three papers. In each subject for every category, among all those who qualify all three papers only top 15% will be awarded SET.
Qualifying percentage for papers is: Paper I – 40% (20 Questions out of 50), Paper II – 40%(20 Questions out of 50), Paper 3 – 50%(38 Questions out of 75). You need to score quite above the qualifying score to ensure your position in top 15%.