BHU UET is Undergraduate Entrance Test conducted by the Banaras Hindu University for admissions to various undergraduate courses offered the university and its affiliated colleges. The exam is conducted at the university level only and more than 5000 seats are filled on basis of BHU UET scores. BHU UET is conducted in Paper-Based Test (PBT) mode as well as Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode.
Candidates need to fulfil the eligibility criteria as per their course mentioned below:
The exam is of two hours duration. It carries 300 marks containing 200 multiple-choice questions based on 10+2 examination or equivalent. The exam comprises of the following five sections:
A candidate is required to answer 100 questions. Sections I and II are compulsory for all candidates whereas from Sections III, IV and V, a candidate has to answer any one Section.
All the test-takers who will be appearing for BHU UET to be conducted in 2020 must take a look below to know about all the relevant details regarding the BHU UET 2020 pattern of examination.
|Mode of Entrance Examination||Offline mode (Pen and Paper-based Test) or Online Mode|
|Duration of Entrance Examination||120 Minutes (Two Hours)|
|Courses Offered in BHU UET||B.A. (Hons.) Arts, B.A. (Hons.) Social Sciences, B.A. (Economics), B.Com. (Hons.)/ B.Com. (Hons.) Financial Markets Management, B. Sc. (Hons.) Maths Group, B. Sc. (Hons.) Bio Group, B. Ed. and B. Ed. Special Education, B. Sc. (Ag.)/B.Sc. (Ag.) -RGSC, LL.B. (Hons.) (Bachelor of Laws), and B.F.A. (Bachelor of Fine Arts).|
|Question Type in Entrance Examination||MCQs|
|Total Marks in the Entrance Examination||Different for Each course|
|Negative Marking in the Entrance Examination||Yes, for each incorrect answer there is a negative marking of one mark.|
While attempting the question paper of BHU UET 2020, candidates must take note of the below pointers to know how they can answer questions in the entrance examination.
Before appearing for the entrance examination, candidates must check the marking scheme of BHU UET 2020 that has been stated below: