CUET PG 2024 Schedule Announced – Entrance Tests Dates
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CUET PG 2024 Dates Announced by NTA
Hello students, welcome to Learning Skills. Today’s video is about NTA’s new notification for CUET PG 2024 exams.
NTA has announced dates for CUET PG 2024 tests.
Students, who don’t know about CUET PG yet, then let me tell you it is the next big step in your academic journey.
Why CUET PG is important?
Basically, in order to get admission in India’s top ranking central universities and others, you will need to crack CUET PG and score good marks in it.
Already, 200 universities are under CUET PG.
However, there are some top universities that are still not part of it such as Jamia University, Jadavpur University, Pune University, Calcutta University, GGSIP University and others.
These universities have their own entrance tests for PG admissions.
But Next year it is expected that these universities will also join CUET PG.
Which means CUET PG will be numero uno for PG admissions in India much like CAT and MAT is there for MBA admissions.
CUET PG 2024 Exam Schedule
In a single page notification, NTA has announced dates for major entrance tests in 2024 year, which includes CUET PG, CUET UG, UGC NET December, NEET UG and JEE Main.
This year CUET PG 2023 was conducted in the month of June.
However, it is surprising that CUET PG 2024 is scheduled in March month itself.
The CUET PG tests will be conducted from 11th March to 28th March 2024.
It is difficult to understand why CUET PG entrance tests are scheduled so early.
Problem with CUET PG 2024 schedule
We have already received concerns from many students and parents for early exam dates for CUET PG.
As per the given schedule students only have 6 months left for the exam.
Moreover, it is expected that CUET PG preparation may clash with students’ final year exams as well.
Again making it difficult for all students.
We have already seen that the difficulty level for CUET PG has increased this year substantially.
And the trend is expected to continue next year as well.
However, with less time it is recommended to all students to start their preparation early.
And make sure your preparation is structured and targeted and keep in mind doing the hard work with smart work.
This CUET PG demands this from all students.
CUET PG 2024 Exam Mode & Pattern
As it is clearly outlined in the notification that the exam will again be conducted in CBT mode that means computer based test.
Basically, you will get a computer to attempt a complete paper, which will be a multiple-choice question paper.
There are two parts in it that are Part A and Part B.
Part A is your general paper, which will have 25 questions from verbal ability, general knowledge, maths and reasoning.
On the other hand, Part B will be your subject paper of choice, which will have 75 questions.
For example, if you choose LAQP01 you will be appearing for MA English Entrance and if you choose HUQP18 then you will be appearing for MA Political Science Entrance.
The total questions will be 100 in it, and each correct answer will fetch you 4 marks, incorrect will get you -1 negative mark, and if you leave it unanswered then you will get 0 mark.
You will get a total of 2 hours (120 minutes) to attempt the complete paper that means you will get 1 minute 20 seconds to answer each question.
CUET PG LAQP01 and HUQP18
Both the courses are self-paced courses that come with study materials that we will send to you through India post speed post service.
If you want to learn more about these courses, then feel free to refer to links given in the caption.
Or you may call us on 9999149355 or 8750081919.
You can also use the comment section to ask your questions related to these courses or in general information for CUET PG 2024.
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