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IS CUET MCQ BASED?

IS CUET MCQ BASED?

  • April 27, 2022
  • Posted By : Oswaal
  • 1comments

 

Yes, CUET will be an MCQ-based test based upon the latest information offered by the conducting authorities of the CUET.

 

The students of class 12 need to prepare extensively for the CUET exam if they want to get admission to their dream central university in the country.

 

To prepare well for the CUET exam, you must be well-acquainted with the exam pattern that will be followed for the CUET exam.

 

NTA has already released the information bulletin in which it is mentioned that the CUET exam will be a computer-based test in which you will encounter MCQ-type questions.

 

The exam will be conducted in two slots i.e. slot 1 and slot 2. You have the entire privilege to choose the slots as well as the subjects in these slots as per your requirements.

 

CUET exam will have three sections in totality. For sections IA & IB, you can choose any of the languages as per your preference. Section IA will majorly focus on 13 regional languages from which you can opt for any.

 

For section IB, you will have the option of 19 foreign languages that you can choose from. If you have a keen interest in pursuing a degree in a foreign language then choosing the subject from this section is a must.

 

Both the sections IA & IB will give you the flexibility to attempt any 40 questions from overall 50 questions in the time frame of 45 minutes.

 

Section II will focus on the domain-specific subjects. In this section, you will be offered 27 subjects and from these subjects, you have the privilege to choose a maximum of six subjects.

 

You should go for those domains that are more likely aligned with your major subjects. Although NTA has not made it compulsory in any sense but to score well in the CUET exam you must choose those domains that are relevant to your field of knowledge.

 

In this section, you will encounter, 50 questions out of which you have to attempt 40 questions based on your preference. You have to solve these 40 questions in the allotted time of 45 minutes for each subject that you choose.

 

Section III will be a general section in which you will encounter questions related to general knowledge, aptitude, logical reasoning, etc.  

 

To score pretty well in this section, you need to attempt 60 questions out of 75 questions given in this section. You will be given only 60 minutes to solve this section.

 

As it is an MCQ-based test, therefore, it will be properly proctored for the entire duration of the examination.

 

You don’t have any compulsion to choose all the sections or to attempt all the sections in a particular serial order for the CUET exam.

 

You can easily go with the sections that are required for the universities to which you want to get admitted.

 

To select the subjects that you should opt for the CUET exam, it is very important that you thoroughly check the eligibility criteria of the universities to which you wish to apply.

 

You can only take up to nine tests in the CUET exam so, you must choose the subjects very cautiously. If you want to go with the general test then you have to go for it in the morning slot.

 

The registration for the CUET exam is already in progress and will go till May 6, 2022. You should fill out your registration forms at the earliest to avoid any last-minute issues.

 

To prepare well for the CUET exam and to get an edge over the others, you should devote your undivided attention to the NCERT curriculum.

 

CUET exam will focus on the questions based upon the NCERT syllabus of class 12. So, you should have a strong grip over the NCERT concepts to score well.

 

 

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  • Lamphrang ( )

    So it means that there are no descriptive questions?

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