Subjects with the most number of questions dropped
- PGQP38-General (MBA): 8 questions
- PGQP40-General: 7 questions
- PGQP78-Agricultural Science: 7 questions
- PGQP41-Mass Communication and Journalism: 5 questions
Please download the CUET PG 2022 Final Answer Key to check the subject-wise list of dropped questions: Click Here to Directly Download the CUET PG 2022 Final Answer Key
In case you are wondering what is a dropped question in the Answer Key? Worry not, we have you covered!
But let’s first start with what is the Answer Key
Answer Key brings transparency to competitive exams by showing what the authority thinks are the correct answers to every question asked. Examinees can judge their performance in the exam by matching their given answers with the Answer Key released by the authority. The good thing is that students are given time to challenge these answers (answer key) provided that they have sufficient proof in support. That way any possible error on the part of the authority gets minimized making the whole process fair and transparent.
What is dropped question in Answer Key?
That means that the authority has accepted errors in either those questions, their provided possible answers, or in both. With this acceptance, those faulty questions are dropped, meaning students attempting them will get full marks for them. In some cases, full marks are allotted to all candidates for those dropped questions.
When the CUET PG 2022 Result will be declared?
With the final answer key released, NTA can declare the CUET PG 2022 Result – or the date of result – any time from now on. So keep checking this space, or the official website, for updates regarding this.
The exam was held from September 1 to 12 across various cities in India. The provisional answer key was released on September 16 granting students only two days, till September 18, to raise objections.
Why the CUET PG Exams are conducted?
- For the uninitiated, CUET PG Exams are given to shortlist students for admission into postgraduate courses across central universities of India.