What is CUET?

The Common University Entrance Test is being introduced for admission into all UG Programmes in all Central Universities under the Ministry of Education, (MoE). The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) will provide a common platform and equal opportunities to candidates across the country, especially those from rural and other remote areas, and help establish better connections with the Universities. A single examination will enable the Candidates to cover a wide outreach and be part of the admissions process to various Central Universities.

A few details regarding CUET:

  • Exam Name: CUET
  • CUET Full Form: Common University Entrance Test
  • Exam Conducting Body: NTA( National Testing Agency)
  • Exam Mode: Computer-based (MCQ mode) /Online
  • Exam schedule: Once a year (Feb-June)

Why CUET is important?

  • Equal Opportunity to Each Student
  • End to Subjective Bias
  • Clarity of Rank
  • End to cut-off Wrestling

CUET (UG) Eligibility Criteria

Candidates are required to pass in Class 12 or equivalent examination to be eligible for the CUET UG exam. Candidates of any age group can appear for the CUET exam. There is no age limit for the CUET exam. The CUET  eligibility criteria might vary from one course to another.

CUET(UG) Preparation Tips

Candidates preparing for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) UG must start their CUET preparation early. CUET preparation tips will help candidates make the most of their study time and ensure they are well-prepared for the exam. Here are some preparation tips for CUET:


  • Making a study plan is essential to ensure that you cover all the topics before the CUET exam.
  • Taking CUET practice tests will help you identify which areas you need to focus on and which topics you need to pay more attention to.
  • Practicing the CUET previous year's question papers will also help you understand the exam format and the type of questions you should expect.
  • Utilise the study materials available online and offline that can help you in your CUET preparation.
  • Taking breaks while studying is essential to ensuring that you stay fresh and focused. Make sure to take regular breaks to keep your mind active and engaged.

Prepare well with a proper strategy and clear the basics of the subjects to easily crack the CUET exam with a good rank.