GATE 2023 Exam: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur will conduct GATE 2023 exam from 4 February i.e. tomorrow. GATE 2023 exam will be conducted for 29 papers in two shifts. The entrance test will be conducted on February 4, 5, 11 and 12. It will be conducted in two shifts – 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. In such a situation, what are the things to be kept in mind and what to stay away from on the day of examination.
Avoid long conversations on social media and mobile calls a day before the exam. Students should focus on their goals and avoid reading new chapters at the last moment. Try to be relaxed.
Along with the admit card, candidates must also bring original and valid photo identity proof. No photocopy/scanned copy will be accepted as valid ID proof.
Candidates should report at the examination center as per the time mentioned on their admit card to ensure smooth admission process.
Candidates must log in to the system 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the examination. No extra time will be given to late entry candidates.
– During the online GATE 2023 exam, a virtual scientific calculator will be provided to all the candidates, which will be used to answer the questions. Hence, candidates need not bring any calculator to the exam venue.
– If any candidate is found to have the calculator on electronic watch or mobile phone (even in switched off mode), his/her candidature will be cancelled.
Candidates are requested to bring their own stationery for the examination.
Candidates will be provided with only one scribble pad at any point of time which can be used for doing rough work. To get the second scribble pad, the candidate has to return the first scribble pad. All scribble pads must be returned to the invigilator at the end of the test.
– Candidates will have to follow the Kovid rules. Candidates without mask and sanitizer will not be allowed to sit inside the examination hall.
Let us tell you, GATE 2023 is a three-hour computer-based test consisting of 65 questions (MCQs, MSQs and NATs), where 10 questions are from General Aptitude and 55 questions are from subject papers. The exam is conducted with a total of 100 marks.
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