Common University Entrance Test

2024

CUET Update
CUET Registration 2024

The NTA will announce the CUET registration dates on its official website.

To register for the CUET, you will need to create an account on the NTA website and fill out the online application form.

The application fee varies depending on the number of programs you apply to. For undergraduate programs, the fee is INR 600 for one program and INR 800 for two or more programs. For postgraduate programs, the fee is INR 1000 for one program and INR 1200 for two or more programs.

You will need to upload scanned copies of your passport-size photograph, signature, Class 10 and 12 mark sheets, caste certificate (if applicable), and disability certificate (if applicable).

Yes, you can make corrections to your CUET application form within a certain period of time after submitting it. However, you will need to pay an additional fee for making corrections.

You can find more information about the CUET registration process on the NTA website: https://nta.ac.in/Cuetexam

Tips for CUET Registration

  • Start early and gather all the required documents before you start filling out the application form.
  • Read the instructions carefully and fill out the form accurately.
  • Proofread your application form before submitting it.
  • Upload clear and legible copies of all required documents.
  • Keep a copy of your submitted application form for your records.
CUET Syllabus

The CUET syllabus is divided into three sections:

  • Section I: Language Test (English or any other language offered)
  • Section II: Domain-specific Test (Choose one from the list of offered subjects)
  • Section III: General Test (General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Quantitative Reasoning, Logical and Analytical Reasoning)

Here are some tips for preparing for the CUET syllabus:

  • Start early and give yourself enough time to cover the entire syllabus.
  • Create a study schedule and stick to it.
  • Use good quality study materials, such as textbooks, reference books, and online resources.
  • Practice solving questions from previous years’ CUET exams.
  • Take mock tests to assess your progress and identify areas where you need to improve.

The most important topics to focus on for the CUET syllabus will vary depending on the subject you choose for Section II. However, some of the most important topics for the General Test include:

  • General Knowledge: Current events, history, geography, science, and technology
  • Current Affairs: Recent news and events from India and around the world
  • Quantitative Reasoning: Basic mathematical concepts, such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and statistics
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning: Logical reasoning puzzles and analytical problems
CUET Exam

The CUET or Common University Entrance Test is a national-level entrance exam for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programs in central universities and other participating institutions.

The CUET exam is typically held in May-June for undergraduate programs and in July-August for postgraduate programs.

The CUET exam is a computer-based test (CBT) consisting of multiple-choice questions. The exam is divided into three sections:

  • Section I: Language Test (English or any other language offered)
  • Section II: Domain-specific Test (Choose one from the list of offered subjects)
  • Section III: General Test (General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Quantitative Reasoning, Logical and Analytical Reasoning)

The duration of the CUET exam varies depending on the number of sections you choose to take. For undergraduate programs, the exam duration is 3 hours and 15 minutes for two sections and 3 hours and 45 minutes for three sections. For postgraduate programs, the exam duration is 3 hours and 30 minutes for two sections and 4 hours for three sections.

  • Start early and give yourself enough time to cover the entire syllabus.
  • Create a study schedule and stick to it.
  • Use good quality study materials, such as textbooks, reference books, and online resources.
  • Practice solving questions from previous years’ CUET exams.
  • Take mock tests to assess your progress and identify areas where you need to improve.

CUET Result

The CUET result is typically declared within 2-3 weeks of the exam.

You can check your CUET result on the NTA website: https://nta.ac.in/Cuetexam

The CUET result is released in the form of a scorecard that includes your scores for each section of the exam. Your overall percentile score is also calculated based on your performance in all three sections.

After the CUET result is declared, participating universities will release their cut-off lists for admission to various programs. You will need to meet the cut-off for the programs you have applied to in order to be considered for admission.

Here are some tips for students who have not scored well in the CUET exam:

  • Do not get discouraged. There are many other opportunities available to you, even if you do not get into your dream university or program.
  • Consider applying to other universities and programs that have lower cut-offs.
  • Take a gap year and prepare for the CUET exam again.
  • Consider pursuing other career options, such as vocational training or entrepreneurship.
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