Symbiosis Entrance Test Structure 2017 | SET Test Pattern

SET Test Structure 2017

Date of SET-2017 Exam: May 06th 2017 (Saturday)

SET is an aptitude test and objective in nature for all the papers. Each question has 4 options as answers. There is no negative marking for wrong answers. All sections are mandatory.

The duration of SET is 150 minutes comprising objective questions.

The constituent institutes use scores of the test for admission.

Papers: SET is conducted in 2 sessions for 5 question papers. A applicant may apply to take 1 paper from each session.

Institutes: The constituent institutes use scores of the following for admission:

Law (09.30 am to 12.00 noon)

  1. Logical Reasoning: 30 questions, 30 marks
  2. Legal Reasoning: 30 questions, 30 marks
  3. Analytical Reasoning: 30 questions, 30 marks
  4. Reading Comprehension: 30 questions, 30 marks
  5. General Knowledge: 30 questions, 30 marks

Total 150 questions, 150 marks

Design (9.30 am to 12.00 noon.): Design: 150 questions, Marks 150

General (2.30 pm to 5.00 pm)

  1. General English: 40 questions, 40 marks
  2. Quantitative: 40 questions, 40 marks
  3. General Awareness: 40 questions, 40 marks
  4. Analytical & Logical Reasoning: 30 question, 30 marks

Total 150 questions, 150 marks

Engineering (02.30 pm to 05.00 pm)

  1. Physics: 25 questions, 50 marks
  2. Chemistry: 25 questions, 50 marks
  3. Mathematics: 50 question, 100 marks

Total: 100 questions, 200 marks

Health Sciences (02.30 pm to 05.00 pm)

  1. Physics: 25 questions, 50 marks
  2. Chemistry: 25 questions, 50 marks
  3. Biology: 50 questions, 100 marks

Total: 100 questions, 200 marks

SET 2017 Test Cities

SET test is conducted in 19 cities. Applicant may choose any one city. The centre and its address will be informed to the applicant on the admit card.

Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kochi, Kolhapur, Kolkata, Kota, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Noida, Pune

*Symbiosis Test Secretariat reserves the right to change or allot a city other than the one requested by the applicant in the event of the requested city is not being available for any reason.

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