About CUET Exam

The CUET exam or Common University Entrance Test is an all-India exam conducted by the National Testing Agency for admissions to various undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The test serves as a gateway for admission to 250+ central (including DU, JNU, Hyderabad University, and Allahabad University), state and participating universities.

The CUET exam is broadly divided into three main sections - Language, Domain-subject, and General Test. The exam tests students’ aptitude for undergraduate admissions in their chosen subjects based on multiple-choice questions (MCQs).

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Given below are some key highlights of the CUET exam:


CUET Exam Details

Exam Name

Common University Entrance Test (CUET)

Mode of Exam

Online (CBT - Computer-Based Test)

Exam Language

The CUET exam is conducted in 13 languages

Number of Sections

Section IA – 13 Languages

Section IB – 20 Languages

Section II – 27 Domain-specific Subjects*

Section III – General Test*


* Group 1: 18 Subjects, Group 2: 9 Vocational Subjects

* Quant, Verbal, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge and Current Affairs

Number of Slots

Slot 1, Slot 2, & Slot 3

(Depending on the number of subjects & sections you applied for)

Exam Duration

Slot I - 195 minutes

Slot II - 225 minutes

Exam timing*
*As per 2023

Shift 1 - 8.30 AM to 10.30 AM

Shift 2 - 12 Noon to 2 PM

Shift 3 - 3.30 PM to 6.30 PM

Number of Questions

Slot I - 175 (140 to be attempted)

Slot II - 100 (80 to be attempted)

Marking Scheme

+5 marks for every right answer

-1 mark for every wrong answer

0 mark for unattempted question

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Subjects for DU Programs

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CUET Exam Pattern

Given below are some key highlights of the CUET exam, specifically the CUET exam pattern:

CUET Exam Sections

No. of questions

Question Type

Time Limit


Section IA


13 Languages

45 minutes for each language

40 in each language

Section IB

20 Languages

Section II


27 Domain-specific subject

- 60 minutes for Accountancy, Economics, Physics, Computer Science/Informatics Practices, Mathematics (Applied & Core), & Chemistry

- 45 minutes for the other subjects


Section III


General Test

60 minutes


CUET Exam Syllabus

Given below are some key highlights of the CUET exam, specifically the CUET exam syllabus:

CUET Exam Sections

Number of Questions

CUET Question Types

Section IA

40 to be attempted out of 50 in each language

Literary Aptitude and Vocabulary are tested through different Reading Comprehension passages – Factual, Literary and Narrative

Section IB

Section II

35-40 Questions to be attempted out of 45-50

Subject-specific domain knowledge is tested through

MCQs based on NCERT Class 12 syllabus

(Input text can be used for MCQ-based Questions)

Section III

50 to be attempted out of 60

- Static General Knowledge, Current Affairs

- General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability,  Quantitative Reasoning (Mathematical concepts include - Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Statistics)

- Logical and Analytical Reasoning


(Input text can be used for MCQ-based Questions)

CUET 2024 Registration & Important Dates

Given below are some key highlights of the CUET exam, specifically CUET registration and other important CUET dates:

CUET Exam Events

Dates (Tentative)

CUET Registration (Opens)

1st week of February 2024

CUET Registration (Closes)

Last week of March 2024

Last date for the payment of the CUET registration fee

Last week of March 2024

Correction window

1st week of April 2024

Announcement of the exam city slip

1st week of May 2024

Admit card

2nd-3rd week of May 2024

CUET Exam dates

May - June 2024

Reserve exam date

1st week of June 2024

CUET Answer Key

1st week of July 2024

CUET Results

July 2024

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Our experienced faculty will take 300+ hours of live classes on Zoom for the English language, General tests and 4 Commerce Domain Subjects (Economics, Maths, Accountancy and Business Studies). You can ask your doubts from mentors over WhatsApp, emails and scheduled calls.

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CUET Exam: Frequently Asked Questions

CUET stands for Common University Entrance Test, and is an upcoming examination introduced for admission into postgraduate programs in central and participating universities for the academic session 2023-24. It is organised under the Ministry of Education (MoE). The purpose of CUET is to provide a fair and equal opportunity to candidates from all over the country, including those from rural and remote areas, and to establish better connections with the universities. By filling out a single application form, candidates can apply to multiple central and participating universities/institutions, thus expanding their options for admission.


The responsibility of conducting CUET 2023 has been assigned to the National Testing Agency (NTA). This test is conducted at a national level and serves as a gateway for admission to postgraduate programs offered by participating universities for the academic session 2023-24.

The CUET exam is important because it is a standardised entrance test conducted for admission to various undergraduate programs in participating universities. It serves as a common platform for universities to assess the aptitude, subject knowledge, and skills of candidates seeking admission. The test allows universities to streamline the admission process and select students based on their performance on the CUET exam.

Students can choose a maximum of 10 subjects out of a total of 27 Domain-Specific subjects. The application fee would vary according to the number of subjects opted for.

Candidates can apply to as many universities as they wish.

CUET UG 2024 will be conducted for admission to various UG programmes offered at 46 central, 24 state, 18 deemed, 45 private and 3 other universities.

Yes, it is compulsory to attempt at least 40 questions in each section in CUET. However, candidates who wish to score well in the exam are advised to attempt as many questions as possible.

The CUET exam has a maximum score of 800. The scores are divided into percentiles, which represent specific score ranges. For example, the 95th percentile range typically falls between 670 and 700 points. The CUET (College University Entrance Test) has a maximum score of 800. The scores are divided into percentiles, which represent specific score ranges. For example, the 95th percentile range typically falls between 670 and 700 points.

Yes, candidates can generally apply to more than one course using their CUET scores. However, the specific rules and regulations regarding multiple course applications may vary among universities. It is advisable to check the official website or admission guidelines of the universities participating in CUET for detailed information.

The CUET exam can be conducted in 13 different languages to accommodate candidates from different linguistic backgrounds. Common mediums include English, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odia, Bengali, Assamese, and Punjabi.

Admission using CUET scores typically involves a multi-step process. Once the CUET examination is conducted, the participating universities release their respective cutoff scores. Candidates who meet the cutoff criteria are usually eligible for further rounds of the admission process, which may include interviews, group discussions, or additional aptitude tests, depending on the university's requirements.

The final admission decision is usually based on a combination of factors, including the candidate's CUET scores, performance in subsequent rounds, and other criteria such as academic records, extracurricular achievements, and reservation policies. It is essential to review the specific admission guidelines of the participating universities to understand the detailed process.

Here are some commonly requested documents for CUET registration:

  1. Personal identification proof (such as an Aadhaar card, passport, or driver's licence)
  2. Date of birth certificate (usually a birth certificate or Class X mark sheet)
  3. Academic qualification documents (mark sheets or certificates of qualifying exams)
  4. Category certificate (if applying under any reserved category)
  5. Passport-size photographs (as per the specified dimensions and quantity mentioned in the guidelines)


Any other documents specified by the participating universities (such as domicile certificate, income certificate, etc.) It is important to carefully review the official admission notification or prospectus of the participating universities for the complete and accurate list of required documents.

The CUET registration fee for 2023 was  Rs 175 to Rs 250 / subject. The exact amount of the registration fee for CUET 2024 will be mentioned in the official notification or prospectus released by the NTA. It is recommended to check the official website for the updated registration fee details.