"The NTA will hold the CUET UG 2022 phase 2 exam in two shifts beginning August 4. Understand the CUET 2022 exam day procedures."
CUET 2022 Exam: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will begin the CUET 2022 exam for phase 2 tomorrow on 4 August 2022. Candidates who have been assigned CUET phase 2 exam slots must arrive at the CUET exam centre on time and take the entrance exam.
On 2 August 2022, the NTA published the CUET phase 2 admit card on the official website at cuet.samarth.ac.in. Applicants who have successfully registered for the CUET entrance test can access the CUET online portal. To download the CUET 2022 admit card details required are the application number, password, and security pin.
CUET 2022 Exam Pattern
The exam lasts 3 hours and 15 minutes (195 minutes) for slot 1. 3 hours and 45 minutes (225 minutes) for slot 2. In CUET 2022, there will be 175 multiple-choice questions.
CUET 2022 Exam Guidelines
Students should follow the CUET 2022 exam guidelines listed below:
- Candidates receive CUET admit cards 2022 based on the combination of exams they select.
- Students must arrive at the exam hall on time because the CUET exam will begin at the scheduled time.
- After the specified test duration has passed, applicants may leave the CUET 2022 exam centre.
- Invigilators will require test takers to show their CUET 2022 hall tickets. Test centre personnel will verify the identities and details of the candidates.
- Authorised photo ID and CUET admit card are mandatory to enter the Exam Hall.
- The test centre staff will inform students about their seats based on their roll number.
Due to clashes with various entrance exams such as MHT CET, BITSAT, NATA, and others, the CUET 2022 exam dates have been shifted for some students who were previously scheduled to appear on 4, 5, and 6 August.
Note: NTA will hold the CUET 2022 entrance exam in two shifts, with the morning shift (9:00 am to 12:15 pm) and the afternoon shift (9:00 am to 5:00 pm) (3:00 pm to 6:45 pm).
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