DU JAT 2020 Exam Analysis - Test conducted smoothly, questions moderately difficult

DU JAT 2020 Exam Analysis - Test conducted smoothly, questions moderately difficult
Team Careers360 | Sep 7, 2020 - 6:25 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI- National Testing Agency successfully conducted the Delhi University Joint Admission Test (DU JAT) 2020 in three shifts. Most of the candidates who appeared for the exam, they the questions as moderately difficult. As per the candidates quantitative aptitude was difficult followed by general awareness and general English sections.

DU JAT 2020- Sectional difficulty level

Name of the Sections

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Business and General Awareness

25

Easy - Moderate

General English

25

Easy-Moderate

Analytical and Logical Reasoning

25

Easy

Quantitative Aptitude

25

Moderate-Difficult


DU JAT 2020 was conducted for a duration of two hours. The question paper consisted of total 100 questions, each question carrying four marks. DU JAT 2020 was conducted across 20 cities in two slots. Amid COVID-19 pandemic, DU JAT 2020 was conducted as per the safety guidelines issued by the Government of India.

What After DU JAT 2020

After the conclusion of the DU JAT 2020 exam, NTA will coon release the individual response sheet along with the question paper. Within the specified time, candidates will get an opportunity to challenge it. Soon after, DU JAT result 2020 will be announced. The participating institutes of DU JAT 2020 will take out their respective cutoff. Those who meet the DU JAT cutoff of the participating institutes, they will have to take part in the counseling process and get their documents verified. In order to confirm their admission, they will have to pay the requisite fees.

About DU JAT 2020

DU JAT is conducted every year by NTA for admission to BMS, BBA (FIA) and B.A (Hns.) in Business Economics programs of Delhi University. DU JAT 2020 result will be announced soon on the basis of which merit list will be prepared for final admission.


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