A total of 66,408 students appeared for Comed-K UGET 2010, out of which 49,541 students were non-karnataka students. The number of students appearing for Comed-K UGET, an entrance conducted by private engineering, medical and dental college managements has been steadily on the rise.
The morning session of the test was from 10 am to 12 pm and featured Physics and Chemistry papers. Mathematics and Biology tests followed in the afternoon. Students were unanimous in claiming that all four subjects papers were much easier than CET and other competitive examinations this year. It is to be noted that in competitive examinations like the COMEDK, the relative performance of students is what determines the ranks, rather than the absolute marks obtained by the student.
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