Eligibility for AUCET Exam
Andhra University Common Entrance Test (AUCET) is conducted by Andhra University, Andhra Pradesh. The entrance test is conducted for admission to courses in various disciplines, at the postgraduate level. Andhra University Common Entrance Test is conducted at examination centers across Andhra Pradesh, which include Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Kakinada, Rajahmundry, Eluru, Bhimavaram, Vijayawada and Guntur.
The students, who have passed or are appearing in their final year of certificate and degree examination, can apply for appearing in Andhra University Common Entrance Test. The eligibility criteria for particular postgraduate programs under AUCET are given below.
Master of Science (M. Sc)
The aspirants should have done Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) with not less than 55% marks, from any recognized University. Final year appearing students may also apply to appear in the common entrance test.
Graduation in B.Sc (Technology) with minimum 55% marks from any recognized University is mandatory, to be eligible for this program. The students, who are appearing in final year of the qualifying examination, may also apply.
Master of Arts (M.A.)
The candidates should have completed Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in the relevant stream with at least 55% marks in aggregate, from any statutory University.
M.Com. M.L.I.Sc., M.J.M.C., M.H.R.M., M.Ed., B.F.A., B.Ed
Candidates should have possessed Bachelor’s degree in relevant subjects with not less than 55% marks, to be eligible for these program.
Examination Pattern for AUCET Exam
Andhra University (Andhra Pradesh) conducts Andhra University Common Entrance Test (AUCET) every year for admitting students to its postgraduate programs offered by it as well as its affiliated colleges. These PG programs are offered in different streams including Arts, Commerce and Science. The University conducts the common entrance test at various centers across the major cities of Andhra Pradesh.
Andhra University conducts Andhra University Common Entrance Test (AUCET) to examine knowledge and skills of the candidates before admitting them to its courses. In order to clear the entrance test, the candidates have to know the exam pattern of AUCET before appearing in it. The examination pattern is given in the following lines.
The question paper consists of objective type questions. The candidates have to choose the right answer out of the four given options.
In the test, the candidates have to answer all the questions (on the OMR Answer Sheet) within one hour.
In the paper, all the 90 questions are divided into three parts:
Part A (40 questions of 40 marks)
Part B (30 questions of 30 marks)
Part C (20 questions of 20 marks)
There is a provision of negative marking, that is, one-fourth mark is deducted for each wrong answer given by the candidates.