CUCET 2020 application deadline extended to June 6.
CUCET Exam Pattern 2020 - The Central University of Rajasthan has announced CUCET 2020 exam pattern along with the admission notification. The aspirants can start registering for CUCET 2020 from March 16 onwards. Candidates who plan to sit for CUCET must make sure to go through CUCET exam pattern to know the basic structure of the question paper that will come in the examination. The exam pattern of CUCET 2020 mentions details such as the pattern, syllabus, marking scheme. The CUCET 2020 entrance exam will be conducted in two phases i.e for UG and PG programmes and for Research programmes. This way, it gets ensured that candidates get confidence in attempting the CUCET question paper and sitting for the actual examination.Latest: The last date of filling and submitting CUCET application form 2020 has been extended to June 6CUCET 2020 postponed, until further notice
CUCET 2020 will be conducted for candidates who wish to seek admission in various UG and PG programmes offered by the participating universities. Candidates are advised to go through the article to have a more intensive insight on the CUCET 2020 exam pattern.
It must be noted that the exam pattern of CUCET 2020 differs as per the programmes. Given below are the tables which candidates can refer to.
Candidates can check below CUCET Paper Pattern 2020 for the B.Sc. B.Ed., B.Sc. B.Ed. (Mathematics), Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Zoology, Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Botany, Environmental Science, Textiles, Biomedical Sciences, Industrial Waste Management courses.
Types of questions
Total number of questions
Part A - 25 MCQs from reasoning, general knowledge, general aptitude, English, numerical aptitude/data interpretation
Part B - Physics and Chemistry
Part three and four are for Mathematics and Biology respectively. Only one section to be attempted
Note - In case a candidate attempts both the sections, that is Mathematics and Biology, then his/her best of three sections will be considered while preparing his/her results - Part A, Part B, Part three of part four.
Candidates can check below CUCET Exam Pattern 2020 English, Economics, Psychology, Geology, Geography, International Relations, B.A. B.Ed., Retail and Logistics Management, Retail Management, Tourism Management, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Music, Beauty and Wellness, Crafts and Design courses.
English, analytical skills, numerical aptitude/data interpretation, general aptitude, general knowledge, reasoning
Part A - 50 MCQs from general awareness, general English, and numerical ability
PArt B - 50 MCS on Teaching aptitude
Candidates can find the exam pattern of CUCET 2020 for PG programmes in the table given below. The paper codes have also been provided along with the pattern.
PART-A: 50 Questions (English, General awareness and Numerical Ability)
PART-B: 50 Questions (Teaching Aptitude)
PG-QP-02, 03, 04, 05,
06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 13,
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21,
22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29,
30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36,
37, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46,
47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53,
54, 55, 57, 58, 59
PART-A: 25 Questions (English, General Knowledge and Numerical Ability)
PART-B: 75 Questions (From respective Subject)
PART-A: 50 Questions (English, General Knowledge and Numerical Ability)
Section-I: 50 Questions (Music) OR Section-II: 50 Questions (Fine Arts)
Section-I: 50 Questions (Social Work) OR Section-II: 50 Questions
100 Questions (English/Verbal Ability, Maths/Quantitative Ability, Data
Interpretation and Logical Reasoning)
100 Questions (English, General Knowledge, Computer Basics, General
Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning)
100 Questions (English, Numerical Aptitude/Data Interpretation,
Analytical Skills, Reasoning, General Aptitude, and General Knowledge)
Section-I: 50 Questions (Water Engineering and Management) OR
Section-II: 50 Questions (Aquacultural Engineering, Water Resource
Development and Management, Farm Machinery and Power Engineering,
Food Processing Engineering)
Some questions, if incorrectly answered, will cost the candidates loss of certain marks. However, some can also fetch more marks, if answered correctly. Candidates can check the marking scheme of CUCET question paper online.
One correct answer will fetch
One Incorrect answer
The conducting board of CUCET 2020 will release a detailed syllabus for each course mentioning the topics which candidates will be mainly tested on during the CUCET exam. There is a vast range of topics in the syllabus which needs to be covered properly by the candidates to ace the entrance test. Therefore, it is highly advised that candidates have an insight into the exam pattern of CUCET 2020. Candidates can go through the syllabus and start preparing accordingly. This way, they will be able to prioritise the main topics accordingly.
It is very important for candidates to carry their CUCET admit card 2020 along with a Valid ID proof to the examination hall on the day of CUCET 2020. Failing to carry these documents may result in aspirants losing their candidature.
In the aforementioned case, candidates should attempt only those sections which they have studied at 10+2 level.
If a candidate is required to attempt only a certain number of sections in the question paper but he/she attempts all the sections, then the best of the total sections will be considered as per the instructions mentioned on the question booklet while preparing the merit list.
Candidates should make sure that they darken only one circle as the answer to a question on the OMR sheet. A question for which more than oval is darkened will be treated incorrect and result in negative marking.
Yes, there will be a negative marking. Every incorrect answer will make candidates lose 0.25 marks.
There is a vast range of topics in the syllabus which needs to be covered properly by the candidates to ace the entrance test. Therefore, it is highly advised that candidates have an insight into the exam pattern of CUCET 2020.
For every correct answer, candidates get 1 marks. While, for every incorrect answer candidates will lose 0.25 marks out of 1 mark. If candidates choose not to answer any answer, they will be awarded no marks.
CUCET 2020 will be conducted for candidates who wish to seek admission in various UG and PG programmes offered by the participating central universities.
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CUCET for M.Phil is available in:
English and Foreign Languages
There is no English Literature per se. Here is the link for Model test paper for English as we do not have M.Phil/Ph.D previous papers. Sorry for the inconvenience.
It depends on the course that you want to apply for. According to the official notice available at: https://cucetexam.in/CUCET2020/Document/Eligibility_Criteria_CUKER.pdf , the upper age limit for for UG courses is 19 years and PG courses is 25 years but there is relaxation for Reserved Categories. And there is no upper age limit for other courses. So depending on your age right now and the course that you are appearing for, you can appear for CUCET those many times until you turn 19 or 25. Please do help us with the course you are enquiring or please use the link given in the answer to check the age limit.
You can download question papers of CUCET by visiting our page , the link for the same is given below
These papers will help you to understand the types of questions which are asked in exam, you will understand the important topics which are covered in the exam by practising them, you will also get to know your preparation level .
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