The KCET is conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority and the result is displayed on the official website. The result is declared around the last week of May. Admissions are done on the basis of KCET results. The result is available in the online mode.

How to Check KCET Result

You can check by visiting the official website. The candidates can follow the below mentioned steps to get to know their result:

  1. Click on the direct link that will be provided once the details for the KCET are available.
  2. The candidates will be redirected to the KCET Result page.
  3. The candidates will be required to submit the registration number.
  4. After submitting the registration number the candidate will be shown their result on the screen.
  5. Once the results are available on the screen the candidates must take at least two printouts of the same keep them safe for future reference.

How is the result calculated

The KCET examination carries a grand total of 180 marks. 60 marks are for each of the sections - Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Since there is no negative marking, there is no reduction in the marks obtained by the candidates.

Important information for CBSE / CISE / Repeaters / Outside Karnataka candidates

It is compulsory for the above candidates to send a photocopy of their 12th standard marks card by mentioning their CET Number to KEA.

Marking Scheme

Below is the marking scheme for KCET:

Subjects Marks
Physics 60
Chemistry 60
Mathematics 60
Total 180

Marks awarded for every correct answer: +1

Marks deducted for every wrong answer: No negative marking

Merit list

Once the final answer key is made available on the official website, the candidates would be provided with the Merit list. On the basis of marks obtained by candidates in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics subjects in Common Entrance Test, and the marks obtained by candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in the Qualifying Examination, taken in equal proportions.

The candidates would also be provided with their rank next to their names and the seat allotment is done on the basis of the ranks obtained by the candidates. The ranks provided to the candidates cannot be challenged and is the final list that will decide the allocation of seats.


The candidates who will have their names on the merit list have to attend the counselling process. The Counselling is expected to happen in the month of June. In the counselling process, the candidates will have to get their documents verified. Documents such as the passing certificates, Migration certificate, character certificate have to be obtained from the former education institution. The candidates will be allotted seats in the counseling process based on their secured marks in the examination.