NTA GPAT 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has conducted the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test - GPAT 2020 exam on January 28 from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM in computer based mode. A total of 50,747 (228 PwD) candidates had appeared for NTA GPAT 2020 for admission to around 39,670 M.Pharm seats offered across India. The authority will release the official GPAT NTA answer key 2020 soon after the result. However, some coaching centres might release unofficial answer key of GPAT 2020, which will be released and provided on this page. GPAT 2020 result date as announced by NTA is on or before February 7. NTA GPAT result 2020 will be available in the form of scorecard, which can be downloaded by entering the required credentials.
GPAT exam contained 125 objective type questions focusing more on the topics from B.Pharm. Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer, while one mark will be deducted as a negative response. Candidates qualifying the GPAT 2020 entrance examination will be eligible for counselling process, which will be conducted by the respective institutes across the country. Qualified candidates will be required to apply separately in NTA GPAT participating institutes as per the cutoff scores released by the respective colleges. GPAT application form was available from November 1 to December 10, 2019. Read the article on NTA GPAT 2020 for more information on exam pattern, preparation tips, admission process, exam centres and other details.
NTA GPAT Statistics
Graduate Pharmacy Admission Test
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National Testing Agency (NTA)
NTA GPAT 2020: Important Dates
NTA GPAT 2020 Notification
August 21, 2019
Last date to submit NTA GPAT 2020 application form
December 10, 2019
Availability of Admit Card
December 24, 2019
NTA GPAT Online Exam 2020
January 28, 2020 - Over
Declaration of Result
February 7, 2020
NTA GPAT 2020 exam: NTA has successfully concluded GPAT 2020 on January 28 from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Coaching institutes can release the unofficial answer key soon, which will be made available on this page.
Arrangements for GPAT exam: As per the notice released on January 27, 2020, NTA has set up 2933 cameras, 3640 jammers, 19 regional, 2 national and 105 city coordinators and 250 observers for the security of entrance exam. Click here to read the notice.
Advisory for GPAT NTA 2020: The conducting authority has released the advisory for GPAT candidates mentioning the basic exam guidelines, what or what not to carry, do's and don'ts and other instructions to be followed on the day of exam. To read GPAT advisory, Click here
Mode of Exam: According to NTA, GPAT 2020 is a computer-based entrance exam consisting of 125 MCQs. Candidates will be required to attempt all the questions within a duration of three hours.
Frequency of the Exam: Unlike JEE Main, NTA GPAT 2020 is conducted once a year in a single session.
Age Limit: There is no age bar announced by authorities related to candidates applying for NTA GPAT 2020.
Application Fees: Those wanting to apply for NTA GPAT 2020 will have to pay a sum of Rs. 1400. However, for female and PwD candidates, there is a 50% reduction in the NTA GPAT application fee.
Test Practice Centres (TPCs): NTA has established TPCs in rural areas to help familiarize the students with the online mode of exam. Candidates will be required to register to avail such services of NTA.
Syllabus and Difficulty level: NTA has not yet introduced any major changes in the syllabus of GPAT 2020. Hence, it is speculated that there would not be any rise in the difficulty level as well.
Exam Centres: NTA GPAT 2020 will be conducted across 58 cities. Candidates will be required to carry their NTA GPAT admit card, an original photo identity proof, caste and/ or disability certificate (if applicable). Any type of watches and electronic devices, such as cellular phone, mobile, pager, calculator, etc. are prohibited inside the NTA GPAT exam centres.
NTA has brought together various schools, institutes and other government bodies to register as TPCs. These TPCs are set up for the convenience of NTA GPAT 2020 candidates, especially those belonging to rural backgrounds. TPCs function in weekends to help familiarize each and every candidate with the examination process of computer-based tests. The NTA TPCs have a downloaded Computer Based Test (CBT) exactly like the actual GPAT 2020. Candidates can understand the process of logging in, viewing the exam instructions, using the mouse and keyboard, navigating between questions, editing, reviewing and submitting their answers. The facility of TPCs has been provided free of cost by NTA.
The team of education administrators, researchers, experts, and assessment developers under NTA have been familiarized with the previous years’ exam pattern. Hence, the syllabus and difficulty level did not undergo any major changes. Candidates can check the table below to know the syllabus of NTA GPAT 2020:
GPAT 2020 Syllabus
Candidates are asked to choose the four most preferred exam cities while filling the GPAT application form 2020. The final exam centre allotted by NTA will be mentioned on the candidate's GPAT admit card 2020.
NTA GPAT Exam Cities 2020
GPAT Exam city
How to prepare for NTA GPAT 2020?
Candidates preparing for NTA GPAT 2020 should first understand the GPAT exam pattern 2020 before kick-starting with the preparation. It is sheer hard work, diligence and sincerity that will help candidates ace NTA GPAT 2020. Some of the GPAT experts and previous years’ toppers have sworn by a few studying tips and tricks that will definitely help future aspirants as well. To know the same, candidates can check the list below:
Numerical questions must be practised thoroughly every day. Topics like depression in freezing point, biopharmaceutics, dose on the basis of body weight and age, and alligation method are commonly assessed in the form of numericals.
Learn and remember all the formulae by heart.
Try to make short notes and flash-cards for vital topics like Pharmacognosy, Organic Chemistry, Mass spectrometry, NMR spectroscopy, etc. Doing so will prove beneficial in the last few days before NTA GPAT 2020 is conducted when candidates are left with little time for revision.
Candidates must focus on uses, mechanisms and unique side effects of various drugs. One can make use of abbreviations in order to remember the names.
It must be ensured that candidates strengthen their hold on basic concepts. This will help them understand tougher sections and eventually complete the syllabus on time. While making a time-table for studying, candidates must allot some time for revision so that they can retain all that they have learnt throughout the day.
No, the candidate can only attempt NTA GPAT 2020 from a pre-assigned computer at one of the exam centres.
Yes, candidates will be awarded 4 marks for every correct answer whereas every incorrect answer will deduct one mark. Total number of questions in the exam are 125 and maximum marks to be scored are 500.
No, NTA has not specified any maximum limit of attempts for GPAT 2020.
No. GPAT is an entrance examination for PG course in Pharmacy. According to the GPAT eligibility criteria 2020, candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy.
While filling the GPAT application form 2020, you will be able to choose three cities in order of preference. Accordingly, NTA will allocate a suitable exam centre to you.
NTA will conduct GPAT 2020 on January 28 in one session.
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In GPAT, If you want to review the question later you can put
(Review later) Option. question under review doesn't effect marks. It will simply indicate as reviewed later. So any question can be marked as reviewed later irrespective of answered or unanswered. There will be two cases, if a flagged question is not answered, you will not get any positive or negative marks as the question was not answered. Other side, if question was answered and marked as reviewed you may get postive marks or negative marks based on correctness of the answer.
so,The questions that you have attempted and left for review will be saved as your answers. It will be taken into consideration and evaluation will be done according to your total attempted questions.
Hope it helps!
Please mention the querry properly, what information you are seeking. If you are asking for qualifying percentile, than if you are general category than you have low chances to qualify for jee advanced or counselling since last year the cutoff was 89 percentile. This year too it will be somewhat same. So, focus on jee mains of april session
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