CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025

Author : Aparna

Updated On : June 18, 2024

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Overview: All candidates taking the CUET exam this year must already know that the exam pattern for almost every UG program at Delhi University differs. Therefore, it's crucial to carefully check the exam pattern for the course you intend to study. This article walks you through CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025 for all UG programs.

Last year, CUET entrance exams were conducted successfully in 90 universities, and several top universities in India plan to continue with the CUET scores as their sole criteria for selection. 

This year, nearly 109 colleges will participate in CUET, including Delhi University. 

The CUET application process will begin on the official website, and you are advised to check the CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025 before you proceed with the CUET registration process. 

We have curated the exam pattern for the most coveted college, "Delhi University". Here you get insights into the list of UG programs offered and their respective exam pattern i.e., CUET DU exam pattern for UG and CUET DU exam pattern for PG. 

CUET DU Exam Pattern

Having the knowledge of exam patterns and syllabus will not only help you with the preparations but also help you choose the right subjects for CUET registration

On choosing the wrong subjects or incorrect exam patterns, your application is likely to be rejected. 

So to ease out your preparations and reduce the confusion around choosing the right subjects, here’s the help we would like to offer!

Check: CUET Biology Syllabus 2025

General CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025

Note that the exam pattern slightly changed compared to last year. Check the changes in the pattern before you proceed with your preparations. 

Note: 

  • This exam is divided into 3 sections– Language Paper (1A and 1B), Domain Paper & General Test.
  • Language Paper (1A and 1B): You will be asked questions based on 13 Indian languages in Section 1A and 20 Languages in Section 1B (Mix bag of regional Indian languages and Foreign languages). 40 questions are to be attempted out of 50 in each language.
  • NTA will test your knowledge of the subjects studied in Class XI and Class XII in the Domain-specific Test of CUET. There are 27 such subjects included in this section. Pick and choose from the list as per your stream. 35/40 questions to be attempted out of 45/50. 
  • The General Test is a replica of the most heard Aptitude Test but with a level simpler to the ones you have seen or heard in IPMAT, NPAT or JEE Main B.Arch. 50 Questions to be attempted out of 60.

Check: CUET Physics Syllabus 2025

Changes: 

From the above subjects/languages, the candidate can choose a maximum of 10 subjects from all three Sections. The examination will be conducted on multiple days in three shifts, depending on the number of candidates and subject choices.

Check the complete NTA CUET Exam Pattern in detail. 

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has concluded the Common University Entrance Test 2025 will include four sections, namely:

  • Section 1 A: 13 Languages
  • Section 1 B: 19 Languages
  • Section 2: Domain-specific test
  • Section 3: General test

cuet exam results

cuet exam result

For example, students wanting to study B.Sc (Hons.) Botany must write Physics, Chemistry, and Biology compulsory.

Degree Domain/ General/ Optional Languages mapped to the Programs
B.Sc. (Hons.) Anthropology Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biological Sciences Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biomedical Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biochemistry Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Polymer Science Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science Anyone subject from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Instrumentation Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Science Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Technology Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology/ Geography
B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics Anyone from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Statistics Anyone from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science Biology, Physics/ Chemistry, Anyone from Section II
B.Sc. (Pass) Home Science Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Physical Sciences with Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Biochemistry Physcics+Mathematics+ chemistry
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Physical Sciences with Industrial Chemistry Physcics+Mathematics+ Chemistry
B. Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Chemistry Physcics+Mathematics+ chemistry
B. Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Electronics Physcics+Mathematics+ Chemistry/ Computer Science
B.Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Computer Science/ Informatics Practices Physcics+Mathematics+ Chemistry/ Computer Science
B.Sc. (Prog.) Life Science Physcics+Chemsitry+ Biology
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Life Science Physcics+Chemsitry+ Biology
B.Sc. (Prog.) Mathematical Science Anyone from Section I +Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Tech. (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovation) Anyone from Section I +Mathematics+ Section III
B.Sc. in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports Anyone from Section I +Physical Education + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit Anyone from Section I + Sanskrit from Section I/ Section II + Any two from Section II OR Sanskrit from Section I+ Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) English English+ Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Hindi Hindi + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Punjabi Punjabi + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Bengali Bengali + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Urdu Urdu + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Arabic Arabic + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Persian Persian + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) French French + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) German German + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Italian Italian + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Spanish Spanish + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Applied Psychology Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Psychology Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Philosophy Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Hindi Patrakarita Hindi + Any three from Section II / Section III
B.A. (Hons.) Journalism English + Any three from Section II / Section III
B.A. Hons. (Humanities and Social Sciences) (offered by Cluster Innovation Centre) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Geography Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) History Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Political Science Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Social Work Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Sociology Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Economics Anyone from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Multi-Media and Mass Communication Anyone from Section I + Mass Media+ Section III
Five Year Integrated Program in Journalism English/ Hindi + Section III
B.A. (Program) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.A. (Vocational Studies) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Printing Technology) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Health Care Management) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Retail Management and IT) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Banking Operations) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Web Designing) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Software Development) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.A. (Hons) in Karnatak Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Veena/ Violin) Anyone from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) in Hindustani Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Sitar/ Sarod/ Guitar/ Violin/ Santoor Anyone from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) in Hindustani Music – Percussion (Tabla/ Pakhawaj) Anyone from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B. Com. (Hons.) Anyone from Section I + Mathematics/ Accountancy + Any two from Section II
B. Com. Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
Bachelor of Management Studies [BMS] Anyone from Section I + Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) [BBA(FIA)] Anyone from Section I + Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Business Economics [BBE] Anyone from Section I + Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II

Refer to the NTA CUET Syllabus to understand what to study in each subject/ domain and ace your preparations. 

If you need help with your preparations, take the mock tests

Mock tests are the most effective way to prepare for CUET. By taking CUET mock tests, you can understand what to expect, develop test-taking strategies, and identify weak areas needing more attention. 

Mock tests also help you build confidence, become familiar with the exam format, and practice time management skills.

Check: CUET Computer Science Syllabus 2025

Why is CUET different from other exams? 

-> The CUET exam 2025 be conducted in computer-based test mode, i.e., online mode, and in 13 different languages.

-> Note that the exam pattern for CUET in each university differs. 

-> Now that you have a basic idea of the general exam pattern. 

-> The table above helps you pick the subjects from the 3 sections in the CUET paper for the course you desire to study at DU. 

-> The first column has the degrees offered at the college. There are approximately 74 UG programs offered at the colleges. 

-> The next column describes the specializations, and the last column says “ the sections/ domains you must choose to write the exam for the course you wish to take at Delhi University. 

Check: CUET Preparation Tips

cuet mock test

cuet mock test

Conclusion

It recommended that all 12th graders take CUET, as it opens opportunities to study various UG and integrated programs in top universities in India. 

The courses offered at the UG level it's listed in this article with the respective exam patterns. 

If you have difficulty filling out the CUET application or with the preparation process, please contact us! 

Check: CUET Chemistry Syllabus 2025

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the exam pattern different for all universities?

How do I choose the domain to study for BMS UG program?

How to prepare for B.A. (Hons.) English to get admission in DU?

What is the exam pattern for BBE program?

Is NTA CUET Exam Pattern 2025 for Delhi University different from others?

What exam pattern to follow for DU Applied Physical Sciences with Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Biochemistry B.Sc admission?

CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025

Author : Aparna

June 18, 2024

SHARE

Overview: All candidates taking the CUET exam this year must already know that the exam pattern for almost every UG program at Delhi University differs. Therefore, it's crucial to carefully check the exam pattern for the course you intend to study. This article walks you through CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025 for all UG programs.

Last year, CUET entrance exams were conducted successfully in 90 universities, and several top universities in India plan to continue with the CUET scores as their sole criteria for selection. 

This year, nearly 109 colleges will participate in CUET, including Delhi University. 

The CUET application process will begin on the official website, and you are advised to check the CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025 before you proceed with the CUET registration process. 

We have curated the exam pattern for the most coveted college, "Delhi University". Here you get insights into the list of UG programs offered and their respective exam pattern i.e., CUET DU exam pattern for UG and CUET DU exam pattern for PG. 

CUET DU Exam Pattern

Having the knowledge of exam patterns and syllabus will not only help you with the preparations but also help you choose the right subjects for CUET registration

On choosing the wrong subjects or incorrect exam patterns, your application is likely to be rejected. 

So to ease out your preparations and reduce the confusion around choosing the right subjects, here’s the help we would like to offer!

Check: CUET Biology Syllabus 2025

General CUET DU Exam Pattern 2025

Note that the exam pattern slightly changed compared to last year. Check the changes in the pattern before you proceed with your preparations. 

Note: 

  • This exam is divided into 3 sections– Language Paper (1A and 1B), Domain Paper & General Test.
  • Language Paper (1A and 1B): You will be asked questions based on 13 Indian languages in Section 1A and 20 Languages in Section 1B (Mix bag of regional Indian languages and Foreign languages). 40 questions are to be attempted out of 50 in each language.
  • NTA will test your knowledge of the subjects studied in Class XI and Class XII in the Domain-specific Test of CUET. There are 27 such subjects included in this section. Pick and choose from the list as per your stream. 35/40 questions to be attempted out of 45/50. 
  • The General Test is a replica of the most heard Aptitude Test but with a level simpler to the ones you have seen or heard in IPMAT, NPAT or JEE Main B.Arch. 50 Questions to be attempted out of 60.

Check: CUET Physics Syllabus 2025

Changes: 

From the above subjects/languages, the candidate can choose a maximum of 10 subjects from all three Sections. The examination will be conducted on multiple days in three shifts, depending on the number of candidates and subject choices.

Check the complete NTA CUET Exam Pattern in detail. 

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has concluded the Common University Entrance Test 2025 will include four sections, namely:

  • Section 1 A: 13 Languages
  • Section 1 B: 19 Languages
  • Section 2: Domain-specific test
  • Section 3: General test

cuet exam results

cuet exam result

For example, students wanting to study B.Sc (Hons.) Botany must write Physics, Chemistry, and Biology compulsory.

Degree Domain/ General/ Optional Languages mapped to the Programs
B.Sc. (Hons.) Anthropology Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biological Sciences Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biomedical Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biochemistry Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Polymer Science Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science Anyone subject from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons.) Instrumentation Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science, Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Science Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Technology Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology/ Geography
B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics Anyone from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Statistics Anyone from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology Physics, Chemistry, Biology
B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science Biology, Physics/ Chemistry, Anyone from Section II
B.Sc. (Pass) Home Science Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Physical Sciences with Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Biochemistry Physcics+Mathematics+ chemistry
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Physical Sciences with Industrial Chemistry Physcics+Mathematics+ Chemistry
B. Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Chemistry Physcics+Mathematics+ chemistry
B. Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Electronics Physcics+Mathematics+ Chemistry/ Computer Science
B.Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Computer Science/ Informatics Practices Physcics+Mathematics+ Chemistry/ Computer Science
B.Sc. (Prog.) Life Science Physcics+Chemsitry+ Biology
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Life Science Physcics+Chemsitry+ Biology
B.Sc. (Prog.) Mathematical Science Anyone from Section I +Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.Tech. (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovation) Anyone from Section I +Mathematics+ Section III
B.Sc. in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports Anyone from Section I +Physical Education + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit Anyone from Section I + Sanskrit from Section I/ Section II + Any two from Section II OR Sanskrit from Section I+ Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) English English+ Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Hindi Hindi + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Punjabi Punjabi + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Bengali Bengali + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Urdu Urdu + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Arabic Arabic + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Persian Persian + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) French French + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) German German + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Italian Italian + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Spanish Spanish + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Applied Psychology Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Psychology Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Philosophy Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Hindi Patrakarita Hindi + Any three from Section II / Section III
B.A. (Hons.) Journalism English + Any three from Section II / Section III
B.A. Hons. (Humanities and Social Sciences) (offered by Cluster Innovation Centre) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Geography Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) History Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Political Science Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Social Work Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Sociology Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Economics Anyone from Section I + Mathematics+ Any two from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Multi-Media and Mass Communication Anyone from Section I + Mass Media+ Section III
Five Year Integrated Program in Journalism English/ Hindi + Section III
B.A. (Program) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.A. (Vocational Studies) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Printing Technology) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Health Care Management) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Retail Management and IT) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Banking Operations) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Web Designing) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Software Development) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
B.A. (Hons) in Karnatak Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Veena/ Violin) Anyone from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) in Hindustani Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Sitar/ Sarod/ Guitar/ Violin/ Santoor Anyone from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) in Hindustani Music – Percussion (Tabla/ Pakhawaj) Anyone from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II
B. Com. (Hons.) Anyone from Section I + Mathematics/ Accountancy + Any two from Section II
B. Com. Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Anyone from Section I+ Anyone from Section II + Section III
Bachelor of Management Studies [BMS] Anyone from Section I + Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) [BBA(FIA)] Anyone from Section I + Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Business Economics [BBE] Anyone from Section I + Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) Anyone from Section I + Any three from Section II

Refer to the NTA CUET Syllabus to understand what to study in each subject/ domain and ace your preparations. 

If you need help with your preparations, take the mock tests

Mock tests are the most effective way to prepare for CUET. By taking CUET mock tests, you can understand what to expect, develop test-taking strategies, and identify weak areas needing more attention. 

Mock tests also help you build confidence, become familiar with the exam format, and practice time management skills.

Check: CUET Computer Science Syllabus 2025

Why is CUET different from other exams? 

-> The CUET exam 2025 be conducted in computer-based test mode, i.e., online mode, and in 13 different languages.

-> Note that the exam pattern for CUET in each university differs. 

-> Now that you have a basic idea of the general exam pattern. 

-> The table above helps you pick the subjects from the 3 sections in the CUET paper for the course you desire to study at DU. 

-> The first column has the degrees offered at the college. There are approximately 74 UG programs offered at the colleges. 

-> The next column describes the specializations, and the last column says “ the sections/ domains you must choose to write the exam for the course you wish to take at Delhi University. 

Check: CUET Preparation Tips

cuet mock test

cuet mock test

Conclusion

It recommended that all 12th graders take CUET, as it opens opportunities to study various UG and integrated programs in top universities in India. 

The courses offered at the UG level it's listed in this article with the respective exam patterns. 

If you have difficulty filling out the CUET application or with the preparation process, please contact us! 

Check: CUET Chemistry Syllabus 2025

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the exam pattern different for all universities?

How do I choose the domain to study for BMS UG program?

How to prepare for B.A. (Hons.) English to get admission in DU?

What is the exam pattern for BBE program?

Is NTA CUET Exam Pattern 2025 for Delhi University different from others?

What exam pattern to follow for DU Applied Physical Sciences with Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Biochemistry B.Sc admission?

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