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KCET 2018 Previous Year Question Paper for Physics

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Karnataka CET 2018 Previous Year Question Paper for Physics - Free PDF Download

The Karnataka Common Entrance Test, easier known as the KCET, is administered by the Karnataka Examinations Authority is an important entrance test for those students looking to secure a seat in the courses of Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences, etc. The KCET 2018 Physics question paper with solutions will be helpful for those students looking to study in Karnataka for the before-mentioned courses, especially the ones rooted in mathematical and physical knowledge.

For those students looking to get into Engineering and Technology courses in Karnataka, taking a look at the KCET 2018 Physics paper is recommended. Vedantu has provided the KCET 2018 Physics question paper with its solutions, on this page.

Physics KCET 2018 Question Paper with Solutions - Free PDF Download

Physics comes for 60 marks in the KCET question paper and its syllabus is divided into that of PUC 1 and PUC 2 (where PUC stands for Pre-University College). PUC 1 is equivalent to class 11 and PUC 2 is equivalent to class 12, as in other education boards in India.

For PUC 1, The Following Topics Would Be Tested in the 2018 Physics KCET Question Paper

  • Physical-world and measurement

  • Kinematics

  • Laws of motion

  • Work, energy and power

  • The motion of a system of particles and rigid body

  • Gravitation

  • Properties of bulk matter

  • Thermodynamics

  • The behaviour of perfect gases and kinetic theory

  • Oscillations and waves

For PUC 2, The Following Topics Would Be Tested in the KCET 2018 Question Paper

  • Electrical charges and fields

  • Electrostatics potential and capacitance

  • Current electricity

  • Moving charges and magnetism

  • Magnetism and matter and electromagnetic induction

  • Alternating current and electromagnetic waves

  • Ray optics and optical instruments

  • Wave optics

  • The dual nature of radiation and matter

  • Atoms

  • Nuclei

  • Semiconductor electronics