Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) releases a provisional answer key soon after the COMEDK examination. The COMEDK answer key 2020 will be published on the official website i.e. comedk.org. All the test-takers can access the official answer key of COMEDK just by logging into their COMEDK dashboard.
COMEDK answer key holds immense significance for the aspirants as it enables them to estimate their scores well before the result declaration. In case the candidates find any of the answers incorrect in the provisional answer key, they have the right to challenge the same answer(s). The fee applicable for challenging the answers is Rs. 500 per answer. However, if a candidate’s objections are found to be legitimate, he/she is issued a refund of the challenge fee later.
Important Update- The Admit cards for the COMEDK UGET 2020 and Uni-Gauge-E will be available for download from at least a week prior to the exam date. Candidates who have succesfully applied for the exam will be able to download the admit cards in the online mode by entering the login credentials. It is also crucial to know that COMEDK UGET and Uni-Gauge-E will be conducted as a single exam for the year 2020. The exam is postponed again with regards to the safety of the applicants in wake of the Covid 19 pandemic. COMEDK UGET 2020 was previously scheduled to be conducted on 1st August 2020.
The answer key for COMEDK 2020 will be released officially a few days after the exam. Important dates regarding the release of provisional and final answer keys of COMEDK 2020 will be updated in the table below.
|COMEDK 2020 Exam||Postponed (till further notice)|
|Release of Provisional Answer Key||To be notified|
|Last To submit Challenge||To be notified|
|Release of final answer key||To be notified|
|COMEDK 2020 Result||To be notified|
The provisional and final answer keys of COMEDK 2020 will be released on the official website. Candidates can go through these steps given below in order to check the answer key released officially.
It is important to understand the marking pattern of the examination in order to calculate the score. The information about marks per subject and marking scheme is given below. Once the answer key is released, candidates can go through the answers marked by them and calculate the score as per the marks allotted by the authority.
|Subject||Total number of Question|
Once after understanding the marking scheme and pattern, candidates can now use the answer key to calculate their score. Check the steps below to use the answer key and calculate your COMEDK 2020 score.
Candidates can challenge the answer(s) shown in the provisional answer key if they are sure about the discrepancy in the same. The procedure to raise an objection against the answer key is given below:
The result and scorecard for COMEDK 2020 will be declared on the official website. Candidates taking the examination need to check the result by entering their user ID and password. Soon after the final answer key is released online, the result will be declared officially. The further admission process for COMEDK 2020 includes counselling and allotment of seats to candidates as per their score in the examination. Also, it is important to carry original documents at the time of counselling in order to get a seat through the counselling process.
Ans: The official answer key for COMEDK 2020 will be released by the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka.
Ans: Candidates can fill a challenge form online from the official website of COMEDK and submit the form along with the challenge fee.
Ans: For every challenge made by a candidate in the answer key of COMEDK 2020, an amount of Rs. 500 each is to be paid.
Ans: If the challenge made by a candidate in the COMEDK answer key turns out to be valid, his/her challenge fee of Rs. 500 will be refunded by the authority.
Ans: The objection can only be raised against the provisional answer key of COMEDK 2020. Candidates cannot challenge the final answer key.
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