UCEED Drawing Test Practice Questions with Answers

An aspirant for the UCCED exam but doesn't know which type of questions can be asked in the drawing section?

Well, read through the post that will provide you with UCEED drawing questions and answers for practice.

UCEED, a national level entrance exam, consists of two parts: Part A comprises 3 sections, and Part B comprises one drawing question.

In the drawing section, the questions are designed to test your ability to draw products, people, or scenes in proportion with good line quality, composition, perspective, and shading.

You will be evaluated based on Observation, Imagination, Selection & composition of objects, and Attention to detail.

Previous Year UCEED Drawing Questions

To help you get an idea about the type of Questions Asked in the UCEED Exam, we have curated a few sample questions from the previous year's papers.

Try to practice these questions regularly to improve your perspective drawing skills.

Question 1

You are sitting in a well-ventilated drawing-room. It is 9 in the morning, and the sunlight is streaming through the window on the East, casting shadows on the floor. A cat is resting on one of the sunlit patches. A newspaper is placed beside a cup of hot tea on a small side table. There are three freshly watered potted plants in the room; one on the floor and two on the window sill with the watering jug next to it. 

From the above description, sketch the scene from your point of view

Question 2

Prof. Shastri was checking maths papers when she got a call from her husband. Mr Shastri was upset that she forgot the diet lunch box that he had specially prepared for her. He was also annoyed that she left the dining table in a mess with all her papers and books piled up. He further accused her of cheating on her diet by eating canteen Pakoras and Aloo Parathas for lunch. Prof. Shastri tried to pacify him by saying that she had been working since morning as she needed to finish checking papers and writing her research proposal by 5 pm that evening. She even had a headache from skipping lunch. Mr Shastri was not convinced and reminded her that she hadn’t even read the diet book he had sent and was probably using it as a paperweight in her office. He concluded that she wasn’t serious about her health and proceeded to declare that he will not be cooking for her from then on. Prof. Shastri hung up the phone and, in frustration, ordered her fifth cup of tea from the canteen and her second plate of Pakoras. From the above description, sketch Prof. Shastri’s desk from her usual point of view.

Note: Make pencil sketches only, Do not use colours, Do not draw Prof. Shastri.

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Question 3

Draw a classroom view with a few students giving an exam and an invigilator moving around observing the students.

The drawing should also show the view of the classroom board and all. 

Question 4

Sketch the view of a drawing room with facilities like sitting arrangement, tables, wall plates etc. All should be in perspective. 

Question 5

Draw a room scene with at least one person, dating back to the early '40s, 1940-1950 time. The very look of the image should give the perception that the scene dates back to the '40s.

Practice Questions For UCEED Drawing Test 2022

To score good marks in the drawing section, you are advised to regularly attempt Mock Tests for UCEED. In this way, you can improve your drawing as well as your time management skills.

Q1) Draw a perspective view of a kitchen interior with a stove, kitchen utensils (such as pressure cooker, cooking pans, saucepans etc.), dining utensils (such as ceramic plates, cups, glasses etc.), a washbasin, storage racks with stored cooking ingredients (such as spices in small plastic bottles), fresh-cut vegetables kept beside the stove and at least two kitchen gadgets. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above, as seen from the point of view of a 5 ½ feet tall person.

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish.

Q2) You are standing in a park. It is 6 in the morning, and the sunlight is streaming through the long trees. Few dogs are resting on one of the sunlit patches. A person is standing next to you watering plants. A few kids are playing Badminton on your left. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above, as seen from the point of view of a 5 feet tall person. 

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish.

Q3) Imagine that your size has been reduced to 2 cm, and you are standing inside a wooden pencil box that has a pencil, a pen, a scale, an eraser and a sharpener. The lid of the pencil box is slightly open. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above.

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish

Q4) You are standing on your balcony, which is on the first floor. It is Five in the evening, and the sunlight is streaming through the window on the west, casting shadows on the floor. A Dog is resting on one of the sunlit patches. A newspaper is placed beside a cup of hot tea on a small side table. There are three freshly watered potted plants on the balcony; one on the floor and two on the window still with the watering jug next to it, and you are looking at the bus stop. Several people are waiting for the bus; sketch this scene is interesting. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above, as seen from the point of view of a 6 feet tall person.

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish.

Q5) You are three cm tall inside a 5 storey mall. You are standing on the Groundfloor looking at the First floor. Many people are shopping for clothes, Some people standing on the grill, and the other crowds moving up & down towards the colourful displays. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above. 

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish.

Q6) There is an inter-school dance competition going on in a school assembly. It's eleven in the morning, sunlight is streaming through, and you are sitting on the ground in the first row, watching two girls wearing ethical clothes on the stage giving their performance. Several students are waiting for their turn, sitting next to the stage. The other side of the stage is decorated with posters. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above.

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish.

Q7) You're a baby lying down in the cradle in the middle of the park. Your mom is holding the cradle with one hand and her phone in the other; you have a toy in the cradle. It's evening time, and the sun is down. Make a freehand perspective drawing of this setup, showing all the elements listed above.

Evaluation criteria:

a) Quality of composition.

b) Observation and drawing skills.

c) Sense of perspective.

d) Scale and relative proportions.

e) Use of light, shade and surface finish.

Q8) Visualize and sketch the view of an appliance showroom wall rack with

  • Kitchen appliances like a grinder, mixer, microwave oven, Induction cooktop, etc. displayed on shelves
  • Fridge and washing machines are displayed on the sides. 

Q9) Draw the scene of a girl with the following details 

  • In a room
  • Sitting on a sofa
  • TV and a few appliances
  • Taking a selfie

Q10) Draw the scene of a schoolboy sitting in a room, studying a book, intensively, with no power but only candlelight in the room, seated on the floor.

Give preference to:

  • pencil stroke
  • Size of objects
  • The proportion of objects concerning the boy
  • Light condition of the room because of candlelight
  • Finally, shading

FAQ's

How Can I manage time while attempting UCEED Drawing section?

The best way to manage time in the UCEED exam is attempting as many mock tests as possible. Also, it will help you to test your preparation levels.

Is UCEED Drawing Exam easy?

As per previous year analysis, the UCEED drawing section was moderate level of difficulty. With the right preparation strategy, you can definitely clear drawing section with a high score. 

Where can I get UCEED Drawing Test Practice Questions with Answers?

You can check the UCEED Drawing Test Practice Questions with Answers from the above post.

How long should I study in a day for UCEED Drawing section?

To succeed better in the exam, you should study at least 2 hours a day. You must make sure to study with focus and concentration while preparing for the UCEED drawing exam.

What is the UCEED Drawing Syllabus?

As per the UCEED syllabus, You should have the ability to draw products, people, or scenes in proportion with good line quality, composition, proportion, perspective, and shading to score good marks in the exam.