CUET is quickly moving towards becoming the biggest entrance exam in India, with already more than 16 Lakh students applying for the exam in 2023. The exam which only started in 2022, has seen rapid interest from across the country because it is the primary gateway (and the only for Central Universities) for admission in various prestigious colleges across the country.
CUET (Common University Entrance Test) which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) was initially brought only to administer the admission system in Central Universities but quickly grabbed the interest of Private Universities as well. Currently, more than 200 Universities accept the CUET score for admission. Some of the top universities include Delhi University (DU), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), etc.
Last year more than 16 Lakh students applied for CUET-UG. This year it is expected to cross 18 Lakh applications and become India’s biggest entrance exam.
CUET score is mandatory for admission in all the Central Universities in India.
The syllabus, the requirements and the set of papers/ tests needed to give for admission is determined by each university themselves. It is therefore of utmost importance to take guidance and understand your requirements even before you start preparing for CUET.
With growing competition each year admission in top colleges demand a near perfect score in all subjects. A combination of right planning and Good guidance therefore becomes Inevitable.
Every year, the CUET exam is conducted during May-June. The exact schedule will be announced by NTA at a later date. The exact date for each student will be told when the forms are filled and admit cards are out.
The syllabus for various domains like Psychology, Economics, Accountancy and many more is Class XII NCERT books.
Yes, the entire CUET exam is conducted in MCQ format. This makes it more transparent and challenging, particularly because of Negative Marking.