Juhee Prasad Updated On: 16 Oct, 2018 14:45 IST
01 Sep-30 Sep, 2018
For those who are gearing up for the UGC NET 2018 exam, the UGC NET 2018 Mock Test registrations have already begun on the official website of National Testing Agency, which will conduct UGC NET from December onwards. Aspirants interested in taking the UGC NET Mock Test 2018 can fill the registration form on the official website of NTA to begin their practice session.
Mock Test is an important aspect of an entrance exam's preparation strategy and it plays a crucial role in helping candidates get an insight into the main examination. Regarding any confusion in understanding the pattern of UGC NET 2018, candidates can refer to the UGC NET 2018 Syllabus.
The series of UGC NET Mock Test at CollegeDekho will be available soon.
You can follow the below-mentioned steps to get easy access to UGC NET Mock Test 2018
Go to the official website of NTA, www.nta.ac.in
Click on the link ‘Student Registration (For Mock Test)’.
The page will open and then log in to the page either through your mobile number, Facebook account or Google account.
Fill the registration form for which some of the details that you’ll have to enter are:
Personal details such as name, gender, date of birth, father’s name, photo ID proof (to be uploaded) and passport size photograph (to be uploaded).
Academic details such as the name of the school/institute attending/last attended and the enrollment number
Contact details such as mobile number, email id, and residential address
Exam details such as specifying the exam type (UGC NET) and the number of attempts already taken
Click on the 'Submit' button to complete the UGC NET Mock Test 2018 registration process
There are numerous advantages of taking UGC NET Mock Test. Some of the advantages are:
A mock test helps in understanding the exam pattern and weightage of each section.
You will get to know your weak areas and you can, therefore, focus more on that the same.
Solving mock tests will enhance your speed and accuracy.
You will also learn to manage your time effectively.
You'll be able to predict some of the most important questions that are likely to be there in the exam.
Most importantly, solving mock tests will make you feel more confident and less anxious.
UGC NET 2018 will be conducted as a Computer-Based Test (CBT) for the first time ever.
The exam will take place from December 9-23 in two shifts per day.
UGC NET 2018 will comprise of two objective-type papers that will have to be completed in three hours.