CUCET 2021 September 24 Exam Analysis; All Shifts PGQP Solutions, Answer Key Update & More

NTA conducts the CUCET 2021 exam for the last day, today. The computer-based test for 1st shift is now over and reportedly conducted successfully for PGQP courses. Here below is the paper analysis of September 24, 2021, held CUCET test.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 24, 2021 12:08 IST
CUCET 2021 September 24 Exam Analysis; All Shifts PGQP Solutions, Answer Key Update & More
CUCET 2021 Paper Analysis September 24 PGQP Shift 1 2

CUCET 2021 first shift computer-based test of Friday, September 24, is now over. The National Testing Agency has conducted the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) 2021 for PGQP subject codes to provide admissions to the Post Graduate courses for session 2021-22. The candidates who appear for CUCET 24 September online test now can check the exam analysis and provisional solutions provided by the exam experts.

In the morning shift the CUCET 2021 is held for PGQP paper codes- 06, 08, 25, 26, 41, 42, 43, 58. Based on the media reports, the exam is held successfully with moderate difficulty. The 2-hour duration examination consisted of 120 multiple-choice questions from UG degree level syllabus. The students sharing feedback after the examination, are given below.

The candidates who appear for CUCET 24 September test or are scheduled to appear in the next shift, may check the unofficial answer key, paper analysis and reviews shared by the experts. CUCET 2021 official answer key, however, will be shared on the website- cucet.nta.nic.in, once the examination is over.

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CUCET 2021 day-4 online test was held for PGQP. The computer-based test began at 10:00 AM and concluded at 12:00 noon. After the examination, the candidates are reported saying that the CUCET exam was comprised of 120 MCQs of objective type. The questions were asked in English language, except for the language subjects. The Examination consisted of two parts part-a and part-b.

The first part consisted of language, general awareness, mathematical aptitude, and analytical skills, comprising of 25 MCQs. Whereas, Part B section consisted of domain knowledge comprising of 75 MCQs. Whereas, the second part consisted of three/ four/ five sections. Each section was having 25 questions. A candidate is required to answer a set of any three sections (75 questions).

The detailed analysis will be shared once the exam experts go live. The candidates are asked to keep a check at the website for latest updates.

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