CUET Exam pattern

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CUET Exam pattern – Central University Entrance Test (CUET) is a national level entrance exam conducted every year by National Testing Agency (NTA). It is conducted for admissions to various central universities across India. CUET exam pattern is the must know thing before going for this exam.

CUET is Central University Entrance Test for admission to different programmes of participating Central Universities. It provides a single window opportunity to the students to seek admission in these participating Universities / Institute(s) across the country. Below we have discussed CUCET exam pattern in depth.

CUET Exam Pattern-

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There are two parts of CUET – UG & PG. UG form, for the admissions in Under graduate courses and PG form, for the admissions in Post Graduate courses. For More details regarding registration kindly visit

It consists of 100 Questions for UG , 25 each of Physics, Chemistry , Mathematics/Biology and General Awareness. Time allotted to solve these questions is 3 Hours. There is negative marking of one fourth of each question in CUET. This is the basic CUET exam pattern for both UG & PG courses.

Syllabus of CUET (Under Graduate)-

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CUET syllabus for UG is similar to the syllabus of other national level competitions in India like JEE, NEET, etc. Only difference is that in CUET, NTA asks a General Awareness section which is new to many candidates. Given below is the detailed syllabus of CUET-

General Awareness-

Mathematical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs and General Knowledge


Similar to all chapters of NCERT Mathematics Class 11 & 12 (Calculus, Algebra, Conic Section and Trigonometry)


Similar to all chapters of NCERT Physics Class 11 & 12 (Mechanics, Thermodynamics, SHM and Waves, Optics, Modern Physics, Electrostatics, Current electricity, Magnetism, Semiconductor and Communication System)


Similar to all chapters of NCERT Chemistry Class 11 & 12  (Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry )

All the best and keep working hard!

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