How Can You Choose Your Subjects for CUET 2022? How can you score maximum in CUET 2022 exam with these Subjects?Team Altis Vortex
For admission to CUET, board marks will play an important role. However, NTA gave permission for all universities to determine their own criteria for the CUET 2022 examination. As an example, a University’s admission criteria require students to have at least to score of 60% in board exams to become eligible for CUET UG 2022.
CUET-UG will be a computer-based, objective-type test and will be conducted in 13 languages including English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. The test is likely to be conducted in the first week of July over multiple days. The exam is strictly based on “The class 12th NCERT syllabus”.
A total of 45 Central Universities in India, as well as other schools such as Jamia Milia and TISS, will conduct computer-based entrance exams for admission. According to National Education Policy 2020 said, CUET is not a new idea. The system was previously used by seven prominent universities to fill 1,500 undergraduate, postgraduate, and integrated course positions in 2010.
Secondly, Twelve central universities including, Assam University, the University of Haryana, the University of Karnataka, the University of Kerala, and numerous others, will continue to accept applications through CUET until the academic year 2021 – 2022.
Tips To Select Subjects
The CUET – UG is divided into four sections:- I-A, I-B, II, and III.
Section I-A, I-B
Section I-A consists of 13 different languages and Section I-B consists of 19 languages. Choose the language in which you have expertise from both sections. Students who want to graduate with a degree in a particular language must take a language paper from Section I-B. The candidates will have to attempt 40 questions out of 50 in each language. The duration of each language test will be 45 minutes.
Section II will test the domain-specific knowledge of the candidates. There will be 27 domain-specific subjects offered under this section and students have to choose a maximum of two domains subjects, if you had chosen one subject language-specific and 3 from the General test series for the UG course of study.
Students will have to attempt 40 questions out of 50 in each domain-specific test. The duration of each subject will be 45 minutes. The domain-specific exams will be strictly based on NCERT Class 12 syllabus.
To score maximum marks, Students can also prepare with “Altis Vortex” publications through the “NTA CUET UG General Test Book”.
Why suggested this book? Because it consists:-
- It’s an English Medium book covering Current Affairs, General Knowledge, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Quantitative Reasoning, Logical and Analytical Reasoning
- 5 model test papers for the General Test paper for CUET (Central Universities Entrance Test) as per the latest NTA pattern.
- Specially designed for Computer Based Test
- Fully covered NTA CUET Syllabus Based.
- Current Affairs
Section III will be the ‘General Test’. The questions are based on general knowledge, current affairs, general mental ability, numerical ability, quantitative reasoning (simple application of basic mathematical concepts arithmetic/algebra geometry/mensuration/s taught till Grade 8), logical and analytical reasoning.
The candidates will have to attempt 60 questions out of 75 in an hour.
How to score the maximum with the Aptitude exam
The only way to get good scores on the aptitude test is to practice. Some of the most effective CUET 2022 Aptitude tests preparation tips:-
- Set a Day-wise Preparation Schedule: Set a time each day to focus on the subjects you need to Revise or learn.
- Time Management:- It’s important to “Give Equal Time to Each Subject”.
- Add Breaks in between the study hours. Don’t study continuously; it will affect your brain.
- Focus only on NCERT, helps you in making a stronger conceptual base.
- Don’t try to avoid practising questions. Your concepts will be clear.
- Try to improve those areas in which you are weak.
Overall, students can attempt this entrance test in a maximum of nine subjects i.e 2 languages + 6 domain-specific subjects + one general test or 3 languages + 5 domain-specific subjects + one general test.
Prepare Well & Stay Safe.