CUET MOCK is an edtech platform providing Computer Based Tests (CBT) and Free Video Lectures to students who are preparing for University Entrance Examination like CUET. This technology-driven platform provides the aspirants necessary skills and competence for cracking CUET examination. CUET MOCK aims to empower young aspirants to pursue their dream college in their field of interest.
Inception: CUET MOCK is an initiative taken by a group of educationists, qualified teachers and domain subject experts.
Methodology: At CUET MOCK, all question sets are prepared and curated by teachers and further hand picked by domain subject experts to match the level of real exam.
Outcome: CUET MOCK ensures that the aspirants who prepare at CUET MOCK will get an edge over others in order to get admission offers from various universities.
Mode of Examination:
CUET (UG) - 2022 will be conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode.
Medium of Examination:
The Tests (other than “Language” Test) are offered in 13 languages i.e. Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
A candidate is required to opt for one of the specified languages as the medium of the paper, as per desired University’s eligibility criteria, while applying.
The question paper in respect of the Domain Specific Subjects and the General Test, will be bi-lingual, i.e., it will be in the medium (one of the 13 languages) opted by the candidate and in English.
In case of any discrepancy in translation, English version shall prevail except “Language” Tests (Section 1A & 1B).
Medium is not the same as the “Language” opted as a component of the test. “Language” test is for assessing the proficiency/skills of the candidate in the Language opted by him/her and the question paper in respect of the same will be available to the candidate in the medium opted by him/her only. The Question Paper of the “Language” Test will not be bi-lingual.
Questions in the “Language” Test, are not translation of the questions in English. They are unique/ specific to the language opted and have to be answered accordingly.
Pattern of Question Paper:
Objective type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
There are three Sections in the design of the test:
Section IA - 13 Languages (As a medium and “Language”)
Section IB - 20 Languages
Section II - 27 Domain Specific Subjects
Section III - General Test
A candidate has the option to choose any Language/Domain specific Subjects/ General Test or a combination there of as may be required for admission to specified course/s of the desired University/ies while applying.
INFORMATION BULLETIN: CUET (UG) - 2022 It is not mandatory to choose any one or more of the Tests/Subjects stated above. The choice of Tests/Subjests would depend on the course/s opted by the candidate and the University/ies where admission is sought.
|(a) A Candidate can take maximum of 09 Tests in following manner :
Maximum of 02 languages from Section IA and Section IB taken together, maximum of 06 Domain Subjects from Section II and General Test from Section III.
Maximum of 03 languages from Section IA and Section IB taken together, maximum of 05 Domain Subjects from Section II and General Test from Section III.
|(b) Considering that candidates from different States/Boards would be applying for CUET (UG)-2022, NTA has decided to provide choice in all Sections of question papers, however, the total number of questions to be attempted will remain the same.|
|(c) For choosing Languages, domain specific Subjects and General Test the Candidate MUST refer to requirements of his/her intended University as choices should match the requirements of the University.|
|Sections||Subjects/ Tests||No. of Questions||To be Marked||Duration|
|Section IA||13 Languages||50||40 in each language||45 minutes for each language|
|Section IB||19 Languages|
|Section II||27 Domain-specific Subjects||50||40||45 minutes for each subject|
|Section III||General Test||75||60||60 minutes|
|Slot||Slot 1||Slot 2||Timing of Examination||09.00 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. (IST)||45 or 60 Minutes to 195 Minutes*|
|Duration of Examination*||03.00 p.m. to 06.45 p.m. (IST)||45 Minutes to 225 Minutes*|
|* Assuming the candidate takes all the offered Sections in the given slot.
Note: Compensatory time for PwBD Candidates of 15 minutes for 45 minutes examination and 20 minutes for one-hour examination
CUET syllabus for the domain-specific subjects will be the same as the NCERT syllabus for Class 12. Your NCERT books will be the best source of preparation for the domain-specific papers. You choose from the following subjects for the domain-specific paper. The candidates may choose a maximum of 6 Subjects from the list provided below by NTA.
These are again classified as Domain Subjects and Additional Subjects as below:
|Domain Subjects||Additional Subjects|
|Accountancy, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Economics, Geography, History, Home Science, Legal Studies, Maths, Physics, Political Sciences, Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology.||Physical Education, Engineering graphics, Fine arts, Knowledge & Tradition - Practices in India, Entrepreneurship, Teaching aptitude, Mass media, and Agriculture.|