CEED Exam Analysis 2020 - Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay conducted CEED exam 2020 on January 18. To that note, Careers360 brings to you CEED 2020 exam analysis from experts and students who appeared earlier for the exam. The main purpose of providing the CEED 2020 exam analysis is to give aspirants a peek into the entrance exam. As per CEED 2020 exam analysis, the difficulty level of the paper was moderate. In part A, students took 25 minutes to answer numerical answer type questions and they found multiple choice questions easy. According to them, time was a major constraint. In part B, they were asked questions based on character design, 2D graphics icon, problem identification on toothbrush, mixer grinder. To prepare for the CEED 2020 merit list, the candidate's performance in both sections will be taken into consideration. Part A is a computer-based screening test(CBT). It gauges visualization and spatial ability, analytical and logical reasoning, environmental and social awareness language and creativity, observation and design sensitivity. There were objective type questions in CEED - numerical answer type questions (NAT), multiple select questions (MSQ) and multiple choice questions (MCQ). Part B assessed drawing, creativity, communication skills, and problem identification skills. To know all the details about the CEED exam analysis 2020 such as the difficulty level of the questions, whether there is a change in marking scheme and what type of questions were asked, read the article given below.Latest - IIT Bombay released CEED 2020 score card on March 4. Check here - CEED Result 2020. Also Check the CEED 2020 Cutoff
There are a few changes in the distribution of the questions in CEED 2020 and the marking scheme. Also candidates should be aware of the revised CEED 2020 syllabus. The highlights of the changed exam pattern are:
The number of questions in Part A and Part B have been reduced.
The marking scheme of the sections in part A has also been revised.
The time duration of the exam remains the same.
The new pattern of CEED 2020 Part A is:
Number of Questions
Marks if Correct
Marks if Wrong
There is no negative marking in section B as it is a drawing section. The new pattern of CEED 2020 Part B is:
Number of questions
Candidates can check CEED Exam Pattern 2020 for more information.
Students must practice the CEED sample papers 2020 for better grasp of the exam. In order to help the candidates know better about the format of question papers and the difficulty level, here is the exam analysis of previous years.
CEED 2019 Exam Analysis
Overall CEED 2019 paper had the same difficulty level as the previous year CEED question paper and was pretty straight forward. The range of topics covered in CEED 2018 was as expected, however there was a difference in the mix of questions asked. More weightage was given to Mental Ability, Logical Reasoning, Visual-Spatial Ability and Math as compared to General knowledge.
General knowledge questions asked were more application based. Topics covered included knowledge of photography, audio, video terminology (screen resolutions), printing etc. Only one direct GK question was asked in which four objects were given- a cup, a fan, a toy, and ceramic piece and you had to match the items to the state of India it was associated with images of a Palki (palanquin) were given and you had to choose the right image, this required application of basic physics in which you had to judge the center of gravity.
The exam pattern of part A was as follows:
The paper structure for Part B of CEED exam was as follows:
No. of Questions
Discipline Specific Question
5 (Answer any one)
CEED 2018 Exam Analysis
The CEED 2018 exam was similar to the exam conducted last year. The CEED 2018 question paper was divided into two parts, A and B. The exam was of three hours duration, Part A of the exam was of one hour followed by Part B of two hours.
CEED 2018 Part A: It carried a total of 100 marks and was divided into five sections.
CEED 2018 Part B: The drawing section of CEED consisted of eight questions in total.
50 marks(any one optional)
Therefore, out of eight questions given in the paper, a student had to answer four questions in total.
CEED 2017 Exam Analysis
Part A of CEED 2017 consisted of three sections.
The difference from last year was that, this year the NAT did not have any negative marks. This means that the students could take a wild guess and would not be penalised for it.
Overall, the paper was a little difficult and the branch specific questions were quite lengthy as compared to previous years’ papers. Part B comprised of even tougher concept building and sketching questions. Also, many candidates were expecting a full length of 50 marks for the sketching questions but the questions carried only 20 marks and that too had a choice of two. In general, the CEED 2017 raises the bar further even for the candidates who were well prepared.
CEED 2016 Exam Analysis
Similar to last year, CEED 2016 Part B consisted of compulsory questions of 50 marks weightage followed by a single 50 marks question which could be selected from a set of four questions. The pattern for compulsory questions was slightly different than last year. This was primarily because 30 marks were allocated to memory drawing, followed by 20 marks for idea generation question and finally 10 marks for story writing. For the optional 50 marks question, the pattern of last year was repeated, where a candidate could choose to attempt a question out of four choices. These four choices were chosen from a specific branch of design, namely, product design, animation, visual communication and interaction design.
Thus the above article explains in detail the previous years’ analysis and the exam analysis of CEED 2020.
Through exam analysis of CEED 2020 candidates can know the section-wise difficulty level, the changes in exam pattern and the marking scheme of CEED 2020.
The difficulty level of CEED exam was moderate
Candidates who wish to appear in CEED 2020 should necessarily solve the sample papers previous years. This will enhance their practice of the type of questions asked and the duration in which they can solve specific questions. Furthermore the sample papers can be accessed from the official website.
Yes in part A -0.2 marks will be deduced for multiple select questions if answered wrong and -0.5 marks will be deducted for multiple choice questions if answered incorrectly.
Weightage of marks:
Part A-25% weightage
Part B-75% weightage
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After you get your CEED scorecard, I think its best you start checking your college preferences based on your scores and shortlist them. The the most important step is to take care of the last day of application of the colleges.
Even if your CEED score is less than you dream college, I would still recommend you apply for it because you never know about the cut-offs for that year.
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