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Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUET)

The CUET or Common University Entrance Test is a common entrance exam that is conducted by NTA for UG Admissions across 90+ Universities, including all the Central Universities in India. A total of 45 Central Universities (like DU, JNU, Hyderabad University, and Allahabad University) will be taking admissions in UG courses based on the CUET 2023 score. Some important details about the CUET Exam are mentioned in the table below:  

Particulars Details
Exam Name Common University Entrance Test (CUET)
Duration Slot 1: 3 Hours 15 Minutes Slot 2: 3 Hours 45 Minutes
Number of Questions Section 1: Languages (40 Questions to be marked out of 50 Questions) Section 2: Domain-Specific (40 Questions to be marked out of 50 Questions) Section 3: General Test (60 Questions to be marked out of 75 Questions)
Number of Sections 3 Sections (Language, Domain-Specific, and General Test)
Exam Language The exam will be conducted in 13 languages.


Now that you know all about the CUET Exam, let us now take a look at the CUET Exam Pattern in detail.

Sections Subjects/ Tests No. of Questions To be Marked Duration
Section IA 13 Languages 50 40 in each language 45 minutes for each language
Section IB 19 Languages
Section II 27 Domain-specific Subjects 50 40 45 minutes for each subject
Section III General Test 75 60 60 minutes
 *Note -Mode of the test : Computer Based Test-CBT | 13 languages (Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malyalam, Marathi, Gujrati, Odiya, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, English, Hindi and Urdu)

While CUET 2022 was the gateway to 88 Universities, including all the Central Universities, CUET 2023 will open the doors for over 100 Universities in the country.


NTA has confirmed the CUET Pattern & marking scheme for the upcoming exam. As per the official CUET notification, 5 marks will be awarded for every correct attempt, and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect attempt. However, there will be no penalty for unattempted questions.