Candidates who are planning to appear in the state-level entrance exam can give the final push to their preparation by attempting COMEDK UGET Mock Test 1 which has been released on February 3, 2018. The mock test was earlier slated to start on February 5, but started a few days in advance. Also, the exam conducting authorities have named the test, mock test 1 which suggests that there may a couple of more mock tests that may be in store for candidates. To take the COMEDK UGET Mock Test 1, candidates don’t require any unique log-in ID; they simply have to go to the COMEDK homepage, and click on the Mock Test 1 tab, which is displayed prominently at the centre of the page. The purpose of the mock test of COMEDK UGET is to help the candidates get familiar with the functionalities of the computer-based exam. The candidate by attempting the COMEDK UGET mock test 1 will learn about time management, get insights into types of questions asked and their difficulty level.
COMEDK UGET 2018 Mock Test – Important Dates
Availability of Mock Test 1
February 3, 2018
Issue of Hall Ticket
May 4 to May 12, 2018
May 13, 2018
How to take the COMEDK UGET 2018 Mock Test
The mock test of COMEDK UGET will be available in online mode, so candidates will need a computer with internet connection to take it. Follow the steps mentioned below to take the test:
Go to the COMEDK UGET Home Page or Click Here
Click on the Mock Test 1 tab
The candidate will be redirected to the mock test log-in page
Click on “Sign In” tab. The candidate doesn’t have to enter any log-in details, as the credentials will be entered by default.
After logging in, the COMEDK UGET 2018 aspirant can proceed to take the mock test.
Key Features of COMEDK UGET Mock Test
Duration: The mock test will be of 180 minutes
Sections: There test will have three sections – physics, chemistry and mathematics.
Number of questions: A total of 20 questions will be asked from each section. However, in COMEDK UGET 2018 exam, each section will have 60 questions.
Timer: At the top right corner of the screen, there will be a timer that will indicate the time left for the mock test to end.
Different colour palette to indicate status of questions: Depending on whether a question has been answered, not answered, or marked for review, it will be indicated by a different colour palette.
Navigation: Candidates can move between sections, which are displayed on the top of the bar, by clicking on the section name. To navigate to a specific question, the candidate needs to click on the question number on the Question Palette at the right hand corner.
Types of Questions: The difficulty level and types of question asked will be similar to the ones that will be asked in the entrance exam.