JUET 2018 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
An abbreviation for Jammu University Entrance Test, JUET is an entrance exam for admissions to a number of UG and PG programmes offered at the main and offsite university grounds of Jammu University.
|Name of Exam||Jammu University Entrance Test (JUET) 2018|
|Mode of exam||Pen and paper based (offline)|
|Conducting Body||Jammu University|
|Number of sections||4 (General English, General Knowledge, Reasoning, and Numerical Ability)|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)|
|Number of questions||150|
|Exam Duration||Two and half hours (150 minutes)|
|Language of Exam||English|
JUET 2018 will be conducted only in English language. The question paper has of only objective type questions. Total number of questions is 150 and candidates have to complete the examination in two hours. JUET 2018 is an offline exam, so candidates are advised to fill the OMR carefully. There are separate question papers for UG and PG candidates.
About the question papers:
The table given below shows the weightage of subjects:
|Subject||Number of Questions||Marks|
|Total Questions = 150||Total Marks = 150|
NOTE: The subjects are same for both OG and PG tests but the level of questions differ. In JUET 2018 exam for UG programmes, the level of questions is 12th standard. For the other set of paper, the level is higher i.e. Graduation level. Numerical Ability is of 10th standard for both the papers, however.
Aspirant is awarded with one mark for every correct answer. Total 150 questions are to be answered by a student.
Knowing the exam’s syllabus helps the pupils in the preparation as well as in managing time during the test. One can pre-plan their time and work according to the strategic time table. Subjects for both the UG and PG level question papers are same. The level of questions is different, though. Detailed syllabus is given below:
Syllabus for General English:
|Common Error||Synonyms||Cloze Test|
|Sentence Improvement||Antonyms||Arrangement of sentences|
|Active and Passive Voice||One Word Substitution||Structure|
|Direct and Indirect Speech||Selection of misspelt/correctly words|
|Idioms and Phrases|
Syllabus for General Knowledge:
Basically, General Knowledge is about how many facts can you store in your brain?
|Indian History||Indian Polity||Geography|
|Economics||Indian Economy||General Science|
Syllabus for Numerical Ability:
|Percentage||Interest||Profit and Loss|
|Time and Work||Height and Distance||Stock and Shares|
|Ration and Proportion||Average||Fractions|
|Modern Algebra||Linear Equations|
Fundamentals of Computer Arithmetic:
|Machine Input and Output||Coding-Decoding||Puzzles|
|Direction and Distance||Order and Ranking||Syllogism|
|Blood Relations||Seating Arrangement||Inequalities|
|Statement and Assumptions||Statement and Course of action||Cause And Effect|
|Statement and Argument|
After going through the syllabus, one needs to practice questions for the exam. Questions matching the exam’s status are helpful in the preparation.
Some of the recommended books are given below:
Publication: Arihant Publication
Lang ISBN-10: 9385929119
Author: R. Gupta
Publication: Ramesh Publishing House, New Delhi
Some rules for the day of examination:
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College