10 Easy and Effective Preparation Tips for KIITEE Aspirants

By Sushil Mahanand

KIITEE- Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination is an All India Entrance Examination conducted by KIIT University, Bhubaneswar. The exam is a gateway to get admission into various UG & PG engineering and law courses which are conducted once in a year. It is a university-level exam. KIIT University offers various courses like B.Tech, M.Tech, B.Arch., B.Sc., BCA, LLB, LLM, M.Sc., Mass Communication, MCA, MBA, Ph.D., etc. The eligibility, exam dates, and exam centres are varied according to the programs, such as Admission in MBBS, BDS, and PG Medical & PG Dental programs will be done through national level test scores of NEET and NEET PG. The KIITEE 2020 online exam is scheduled to be held on 23rd of April but due to lock down it’s date has been extended. Interested candidates can visit the official website of the university and apply for the entrance exam. The last date of Registration is 17th May 2020.





Name of exam KIITEE 2020 (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination)
Conducting body KIIT University, Bhubaneswar
Courses offered B.Tech., M.Tech., B.Arch., B.Sc., BCA, LLB, LLM, M.Sc., Mass Communication, MCA, MBA, Ph.D
Level of exam University level
Mode of exam Online


KIIT University is one of the top private universities of India. Nearly 15,000 aspirant participate in the exam. Hence, to crack KIITEE 2020 you must have a proper work schedule and study plan. This article will help you to crack KIITEE 2020. Here are the 10 easy and effective preparation tips for KIITEE 2020.


Tips.1 Know the Exam Pattern well:

For the preparation of any exams. The knowledge of exam pattern. According to the exam pattern students have to make their study plan. The KIITEE 2020 exam pattern is given below-

Category Pattern
Mode Computer-based test
Type of Questions Objective type (MCQs)
Total Question 120 MCQs
Medium of Language English
Marking Scheme Each correct answer carries 4 marks
Negative Marking There will be a deduction of 1 mark for each incorrect answer
Duration of Exam 3 hours


Mark distribution in KIITEE 2020:

The KIITEE 2020 exam is having the 120 MCQs on subjects like Physics (40 MCQs), Chemistry (40 MCQs), and Maths (MCQs). The mark distribution of the subjects are as followed- 

To know any exam pattern well candidates should have knowledge on the KIITEE syllabus and KIITEE schedules.


Tips.2 Solve Previous year papers:

Solving previous year papers will help you score high and also help in understanding the questions pattern. Previous year paper will be an exact replica of the real examination, the candidates will be able to figure out the areas in which they need to improve and also learn to manage their time.

The sample of question pattern link is given below. Candidates can check the sample paper by clicking on the respective subjects. 

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics 
  • Biology


Tips.3 Note down the important topics you need to revise:

Though, it is impossible to revise the whole syllabus, hence, concentrate on those topics in each subject whose weight is high and are quite scoring also. Revise them from the notes or study material. You can also learn formulas and basic concepts of these topics.


For KIITEE 2020 Syllabus: Click Here


Tips.4 Scan your overall preparation:

Make note of all the topics and then divide accordingly into heavier or the lighter weight topics. Analyse your field of strengths and weaknesses. Arrange those particular fields of topics in which you make mistakes regularly. If you have sufficient time then practice those and clear your concept or try to avoid those questions in the exam. Marks of the previous year cutoffs of KIITEE 


Tips.5 Don’t go for any difficult or new topic preparation:

Starting a new topic during the last moment of preparation can prove to be a very dangerous one for you. As it would increase the level of stress and will make you restless which would obviously demotivate you.


Tips.6 Take regular breaks from your study schedule:

In every one hour make it sure to take a break of at least 5-10 minutes so that it would bring some kind of refreshment and energy to your body and also will make your mind fresh and calmer.


Tips.7 Don’t study for long hours:

This is the most crucial part of the last-minute preparation that a student must take care of. He/she shouldn’t go for long hours of preparation as that would simply make you more stressful and anyhow affect your mental state.


Tips.8 Improve your sleeping habits:

Make it sure that a week before the exam you must have a proper sleeping schedule. Try to sleep earlier and wake up earlier so that you won’t have a habit of waking up late which would result in making you feel sleepy while giving the exam.


Tips.9 Read the tips of experts and KIITEE topper:

The topper and experts are those who know this situation well so it's best to follow them. They have the experience that will help you.


Tips.10 Always be motivated:

Always be motivated to learn. Give your best and crack the exam.


Check Details: KIITEE 2020 Registration Process, Exam Dates, Pattern, Admit Card


Read also : KIITEE: Strategies on how to prepare for the exam?


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