To make a proper strategy for preparation, its better to analyze
the paper pattern of the exam firstly. By analyzing that you will get an idea
about the marking weightage of the topics and the question types which will
asked in the examination.
NET will be conducted by the NTA from
18th December to 22nd December 2018.
UGC NET exam has two
papers i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Paper 1 is common for
all subjects which consists 50 MCQs type questions of Reasoning Ability,
Comprehension Reading, Mental Ability, and General Awareness etc.
Paper 2 consists subject
based 100 MCQs type questions.
The time duration of
Paper 1 is 1 hour and Paper 2 is 2 hours.
There is no minus
marking on any negative answer in both papers.
UGC NET is held for 2 papers (in online mode) and both the papers are mandatory for all. Paper I is general ability test intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidates, while paper II is held for the subject opted by the candidates. In your case, you have to choose Law paper. There is no difference in the paper pattern of law than all other subjects. It is only the different syllabus and topics which make it different than others. Paper I has 50 questions for 2 marks each. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers. Paper II, which is law in your case, will have 100 objective type questions. Each question will carry a weightage of 2 marks. Paper I will be held for 1 hour, while paper II will be held for 2 hours.
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You must know that earlier, there used to be 3 papers - Paper I, II and III. Paper I used to be a common paper for all, while Paper II and III would consist of questions from the subject chosen by the candidates. However, now the exam pattern of UGC NET has been changed and in place of 3 papers, now there are only 2 papers - Paper I and II. So, while checking the syllabus of law (which may be divided into paper II and III (based on the former pattern)), don't get confused. However, with the new exam pattern, now the entire syllabus (of the formerly Paper II and III) has been covered in Paper II only.
To get a good score in the exam you need to get complete knowledge about the exam pattern.
As per the latest pattern, CBSE UGC NET Law exam is conducted in two papers i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Paper 1 – It is a common General Aptitude Test which consists questions based on Reasoning Ability, Comprehension Reading, Mental Ability, and General Awareness etc.
Paper 2 – It consists 100 MCQs type questions based on Law subjects each of 2 marks.
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