The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education board (GSHSEB) has chosen to grant four marks against the four wrong questions to the hopefuls who composed their Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GujCET) for admission to medical and para-medical courses.
The choice comes after the board found that two questions in physics and two in biology weren't right. Board authorities have cleared up that those applicants who composed GujCET will be given four marks against the four wrong questions.
Prior, the board had reported to give two marks — one each in physics and biology.
GSHSEB had gotten 405-odd objections to the answer keys for GujCET. After this, the board looked for specialists' assessment and chose to issue one mark against each of the four wrong questions.
While proclaiming the provisional answer key, the board had said that it would set up the merit list on the premise of marks scored out of aggregate 117, rather than 120, as it said three questions weren't right. Later, it reported that just two questions weren't right. Anyhow, at last, it settled with the choice that four questions weren't right thus merit would be ascertained on the basis of marks acquired out of 120.
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