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University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is conducted in order to select candidates for only Assistant Professor or both Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor in Indian universities and colleges. Till now, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted NET on behalf of UGC. However, going forward, National Testing Agency (NTA) will replace CBSE and conduct UGC NET. As per media reports, NTA will conduct UGC NET once a year and in online mode only. UGC NET (December) 2018 dates have been released. NTA is scheduled to conduct UGC NET (December) 2018 from December 9 - 23. Check NTA UGC NET exam dates here. Note: The page will be updated once UGC NET official notification is released by NTA. UGC NET Exam Pattern CBSE UGC NET exam pattern till 2017 was such that it was conducted in three sessions wherein candidates had to appear for three different papers. However, from 2018 UGC NET exam pattern is changed. Going forward, candidates have to appear for two papers only. JRF and Assistant Professor/ Assistant Professor positions will be given to candidates basis their performance in two papers. However, it may be noted that only 6% of the candidates clearing UGC NET exam are declared eligible for the post of Assistant Professor. Also, the reservation policy for SC, ST, OBC, and PwD candidates is applied to this 6%. Check complete UGC NET exam pattern.

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There are two CTET test papers in the exam, that is, Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates who want to teach Classes I-V need to give Paper-I whereas Paper-II needs to be given by aspirants who want to be eligible to teach Classes VI to VIII. The CTET 2018 exam pattern is such that aspirants need to attempt multiple choice questions. Candidates are informed that in order to be eligible to be appointed as a teacher for Class I to VIII, aspirants need to pass Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) that is conducted by the appropriate Government in accordance with Guidelines as framed by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE). “As per NCTE notification No. 76-4/2010/NCTE/Acad Dated 11.02.2011: A person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam will be considered as TET pass”, informs the official website.

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SAT exam in Ludhiana

The SAT (technically known as the SAT I) is a general test of verbal and quantitative reasoning accepted for U. S. college admissions. The test is required for admission to undergraduate programs of most US universities. Many universities also require you to take SAT-II tests. SAT-I : Reasoning Test The SAT-I is a three hour, primarily multiple-choice test that measures verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities that develop over time. Most colleges require SAT-I scores for admission. SAT-II : Subject Tests The SAT-II subject tests are one hour, primarily multiple-choice tests that measure your knowledge of particular subjects and your ability to apply that knowledge. Many universities may require you to take this along with SAT-I. Who administers the SAT? The SAT is developed and administered by the US-based "College Entrance Examination Board". This implies that Collegeboard sets the questions, conducts the test, and sends each examinee the score report. In India, SAT is conducted at the following cities: Bangalore, Calcutta, Cochin, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kodaikanal, Mumbai, Mussoorie, New Delhi, and Pune. Eligibility and Fees Anyone and everyone interested is eligible for taking the SAT. The SAT test scores are valid for Five years, i.e., most universities accept scores up to five years old. Test fees for SAT for Indian students: SAT FEE SAT Reasoning Test Fee $29.50 International processing fee $20.00 Security surcharge to test in India & Pakistan $20.00 Total Amount $ 69.50 Late registration fee (If registering late, add this amount) $20.00 SAT Subject Tests Registration Fee $17.00 International processing fee $20.00 Security surcharge to test in India & Pakistan $20.00 Writing Test (If taken) $17.00 Language Tests with Listening (If taken) $ 18.00 All other Subject Tests (per subject) $ 8.00 each Others Late registration fee (If registering late, add this amount) $20.00 Mode of payment: 1. Credit Card - Visa, Mastercard or American Express 2. Bank Draft (Dollar Draft, not Indian Rupees) 3. Check Drawn on a U.S. Bank 4. United States Postal Service Money Order 5. International Money Order 6. UNESCO Coupon 7. Postal Reply Coupon How to Apply? There are three common ways of registering for SAT: 1. By mail: Obtain the "SAT Information Bulletin" available free with USEFI offices or from collegeboard website. Fill in the form, get the draft made (if you are not paying by credit card), and use the envelope provided with the form to mail these to: College Board SAT Program Princeton, NJ 08541, USA 2. Online Registration (Credit Card required): Fill up the form online and mention your credit card number. This is the easiest way to register for SAT. Content and Format of the SAT SAT-I The SAT-I is a three hour exam, divided into seven sections. The following table gives out the format of the SAT-I : Section Type of Question Total Questions Timing Verbal Sentence Completion - 10 questions Analogy Questions - 13 questions Critical Reading - 12 questions 35 questions 30 minutes Verbal Sentence Completion - 9 questions Analogy Questions - 6 questions Critical Reading - 15 questions 30 questions 30 minutes Verbal Critical reading questions on paired passages 13 questions 15 minutes Mathematics Multiple Choice - 25 25 questions 30 minutes Mathematics Quantitative Comparisons - 15 Student-produced-response Questions - 10 25 questions 30 minutes Mathematics Multiple Choice Questions - 10 10 questions 15 minutes Experimental Either verbal or Mathematics section varies 30 minutes Total 138 + 3 hours SAT-II: Subject Tests Writing, Literature, American History and Social Studies, World History, Math IC, Math IIC, Biology, Biology E/M, Chemistry, Physics, Chinese Listening, French Reading, French Listening, German Reading, German Listening, Modern Hebrew, Italian, Japanese Listening, Korean Listening, Latin, Spanish Listening, Spanish Reading, English Language Proficiency Reporting the Scores College board has the provision of reporting your SAT scores to a maximum of four universities of your choice, the cost of which is built into the SAT fee you pay. You have to mention the universities to which you want to send the scores in the SAT application form. This implies that even before taking the SAT, you need to do some homework on which universities you’re finally going to apply, based on the score that you expect to attain. For reporting to each additional university, the College board charges you $6.50 (approx. Rs. 280), payable by an international credit card or a dollar denominated draft. The Scoring Pattern in SAT The SAT results comprise three different scores : a total score (400-1600), a separate score for Verbal section (200-800) and a separate score for Mathematics section (200-800).

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