CUET UG 2022: The National Testing Agency successfully conducted Phase 1 of CUET 2022 on day three. As per the published schedule, the Phase 1 exam will be held until July 20, 2022. Most students across the country have been stressed by the center change notification released on July 18. However, the NTA later last night advised students to contact the exam centers listed on the admission card.
It should be noted that many students missed their exam on the first day scheduled for July 15, 2022, due to changes in the exam center the day before.
With each passing day, students feel at ease as news about the progress of exams continues to pour in.
The paper today was on the expected lines and to the relief of the students, the subject matter was comfortably easy.
To give students some kind of relief, the experts have shared the detailed analysis of Phase 1 Day 3 Slot 1:
SECTION 1: ENGLISH
The English article in Section 1 focused on vocabulary and grammar. With 15 questions based on reading comprehension, the objective was to test basic grammar and vocabulary.
The questions were based on synonyms, antonyms, fill-in-the-blanks, word substitution, misspellings, figures of speech and para. Overall, the document was easy and students were able to comfortably complete it within the allotted time, with some students even reporting completing the section well before the allotted 45-minute time.
SECTION: 2 SUBJECTS OF THE DOMAIN
Only business and humanities stream papers are covered in the first phase.
Mixed reactions were received from students today, with some rating the papers in the subject areas as moderate, unlike previous ones where most students said the papers were easy.
Students found the bookkeeping handout easy with 10-12 questions based on inputs and outputs.
The economy had mixed reactions. Some students found the section too long. Match the following questions with dominance with 10-12 of them based on demand and contraction.
The political science questions were on the NTA Mock model. The chapters/topics that received great emphasis were regional aspirations and political development, the party and its dominance, and politics since independence and the state of emergency. About 60-70% of the questions came from the second book, Political Science.
The history test was moderated and the number of questions was distributed as follows:
Ancient history – 5-8 questions
Modern History – 10-12 questions
Medieval – Rest of questions
NCERT hotlines have also been requested
SECTION 3: GENERAL TEST
The general awareness section featured a mix of current affairs and static general knowledge, with questions ranging from economics, biology, history, politics, important people, geography, etc. .
The numerical ability had basic questions and if one had practiced well, they would have found the questions easy to solve.
The questions were based on algebra and arithmetic as well as basic statistics mode. The reasoning-based questions in the section focused on analytical reasoning. The series, age, coding and puzzle based questions were easy and doable.
Analysis by: Amitendra Kumar, CUET and Undergraduate Programs Product Manager, Career Launcher
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