GATE 2021 7th February Overall Exam Analysis

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GATE 2021 Overall Exam Analysis 2021
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The GATE 2021 was conducted on 7 February 2021 and took place in 2 slots. The exam went smoothly, and the candidates faced no problem during the paper. The slot is divided into two sessions: – Forenoon Session which is from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and Afternoon session, which is from 3 pm to 6 pm. The exam took place in a usual format, i.e., in an online mode and had both MCQ and NAT type of questions. There were no issues reported regarding the exam interface or the online portal.

The slots were divided into two parts as shown:

Time GATE Subject Subject Code
Forenoon Session

 (9:30 am to 12:30 pm)

Electrical Engineering, Geology and Geophysics, Agricultural Engineering, Ecology and Evolution EE, GG, AG, EY
Afternoon Session

 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm)

Electronics and Communication Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering, Statistics, Production and Industrial Engineering EC, PE, ES, ST, PI

It was observed there were more Numerical Answer Type questions than the Multiple-choice questions as compared to past year examinations. This made the examination a little difficult to attempt due to the lack of no. of direct questions.

Gate 2021 February 7 Exam Analysis:

Slot 1 (Forenoon Session):

The forenoon session consisted of subjects like Electrical Engineering, Geology and Geophysics, Agriculture Engineering and Ecology and Evolution. The analysis of these exams is listed below: –

  • Moderate to Difficult
  • There were 24 MCQ’s and 31 NAT questions, as listed in the marking scheme for the EE Paper. There were no MSQs asked this time.
  • Students reported that this year’s paper needed a higher level of preparation based on the level of difficulty they had seen in the 2020 paper.

Slot 2 (Evening Session):

The evening session consisted of subjects like Electronics and Communication Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering, Statistics, Production and Industrial Engineering. The analysis of these exams is listed below: –

  • Moderate to Difficult
  • There were 40 MCQ’s and 25 NAT questions, as listed in the marking scheme
  • Students claimed that this time’s paper would have needed a higher level of preparation

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