How To Prepare For CUCET Exam 2022 : Study Plan And Tips

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Check out the study plan and preparation tips for the upcoming CUCET 2022 Examinations.

The CUCET exam is held once a year to give admission to Central universities' UG, PG, and integrated programmes. If you want to get high CUCET scores, here is the place to be. You should be aware that, in contrast to other national level admission exams, a high number of applications are received each year. Make sure your preparations are meticulous because you will be competing against a large crowd. According to experts, relying simply on the best books and study material will only get you so far; consequently, comprehending the exam's syllabus and schedule is equally crucial. Read further to know how to prepare for CUCET Exam 2022. In addition, you can also check out our free CUCET General Awareness E-book- Download now for the best preparation of CUCET Exam.

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Tips To Prepare For CUCET 2022 Exam-

You'll need a good preparation strategy and a study plan to pass this exam. Begin in the same way as on how to prepare for the CUCET exam 2021. Go by the steps which the aspirants have followed the previous time. Begin your preparation well ahead of time to ensure that you finish the syllabus on time and have plenty of time to revise.


Latest Updates For CUCET 2022-
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What is the best way to prepare for the CUCET exam?

Make sure you grasp the material and exam format completely.

Make a study schedule that works for you.

Select the appropriate study materials and books.

Prepare all of the topics in accordance with the curriculum.

Many questions from previous year's papers must be answered.

Weekly mock tests should be attempted.


Also Read- 
-CUCET Syllabus and Exam Pattern (2021): Check detailed syllabus and exam pattern for Undergraduate programmes
-CUCET PG Syllabus (2021)



What are the Key Topics in the CUCET Syllabus for 2022?

Knowing the syllabus will assist you in comprehending the critical topics to be covered. Examine the CUCET Syllabus in the table below to help you organise your preparation.


Expected Sections                        Sub-Topics

English Language                            Comprehensions, Vocabulary, and Grammar
Logical Reasoning                           Analytical Reasoning and Critical Reasoning
Mathematics                                    Elementary Mathematics (9th, 10th standard)
Other Sections                                 Special sections for certain courses,Current Affairs/ General Knowledge, etc


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Tips for CUCET Quantitative Aptitude Section


To pass the quantitative section, you must practise (practise is the key). Refresh your memory on all of the principles from normal eighth, ninth, and tenth grade mathematics, as most of the questions will be based on these themes.


Focus more on topics like averages, profit & loss, mensuration, number system, geometry, simplification, quadratic equations, ratio & proportion, mixtures & allegations, time & word, time, speed, and distance. 
 


Tips for CUCET English Language

To master the English component of the Common Entrance Test for the Central Universities test, you'll need a solid preparation method.

Make it a practise to read the newspaper every day to enhance your vocabulary.

Start preparing high-frequency terms by downloading them from Google.

Concentrate on honing your grammar abilities.

In a notebook, write down the difficult terms and their definitions, and try to review them on a regular basis.
 


Tips for CUCET Logical Reasoning

Try to solve different levels of questions on a daily basis.

Also, practice more and more puzzle-related questions to improve your problem-solving skills.

Take up CUCET Mock Tests on a weekly basis that help tests your preparation levels.
 


What are the best CUCET 2022 Preparation Books?

While studying for the English Language, Logical Reasoning, and Mathematics sections of the CUCET, you can use the following CUCET Preparation Books.


BSC Publications' English is Simple

R.S. Aggarwal's Nonverbal Reasoning

R.S. Aggarwal's Quantitative Aptitude
 


How to Prepare for CUCET and Board Exams at the Same Time?

The board tests will begin in May and conclude in June. We recommend balancing your preparation for both boards and common entrance exams.
We advise that CET preparation begin at least 45 days before the board exams. After 45 days, you will be able to concentrate only on your board exam preparation.
Following the conclusion of your board exams, you resume your preparation for the common admission exam.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About CUCET Exam 2022-

 
-What is CUCET?
 CUCET stands for Central Universities CUCET stands for Common Entrance Test is an all-India level entrance exam conducted by ten central universities and Dr B R Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE) for admission in UG, PG, and PhD courses offered in these institutions.

-What is CUCET cutoff marks?
Students who belong to General category have to score 55% marks for qualifying the CUCET exam. Whereas, for SC/ST qualifying marks are 45% (50% marks in case of OBC category).

-Which are the eleven central universities participating in CUCET 2020?
These are 11 Central Universities of Haryana, Jammu, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kashmir, Kerala, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, South Bihar and Bengaluru.

-Is there negative marking in Central University Common Entrance Test?
Yes, there is negative marking in the exam. Where 0.25 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer.

 


 

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