GATE 2012 Question Paper
In the year 2012, the GATE exam was conducted for various subjects. Some common topics that were included in all the papers were verbal ability and numerical ability. A candidate could apply for a single exam out of the twenty-one papers mentioned on the GATE website. The examination structure was such that each paper had sixty-five questions that carried a weightage of a hundred marks. All the questions were objective type and for the MCQ type questions, four options were given to the candidate. The compulsory section of General Aptitude carried a weightage of 15 marks for 10 questions.
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Question Paper and Answer Keys PDF
Mechanical Engineering Slot 1
Civil Engineering Slot 1
Electrical Engineering Slot 1
ECE Engineering Slot 1
CSIT Engineering Slot 1
Benefits of Solving Gate Question Paper
An aspiring candidate can practise the previous years’ question papers to get better knowledge about the pattern of questions, identify one’s own strengths and weaknesses as well as prepare well for the upcoming examinations. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering can be described as an all-India examination that can help the students in their postgraduate admissions. Here are some of the benefits that a candidate can have by practising the GATE question paper –
- Get an idea about the structure and pattern of questions.
- Learn the process of attempting all the questions within the given time limit,
- Identify one’s own limitations so as to prepare in advance by working on them.