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On the second day of the Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET) 2022 Phase II, many students found history to be lengthy while legal studies were easy. The English paper had more emphasis on vocabulary and grammar while the general awareness section had less questions on current affairs.

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“The English language paper in Section 1 focused on vocabulary and grammar. With 15 questions based on reading comprehension, the focus was on checking one’s grammar basics and vocabulary. The questions were based on synonyms, antonyms, fill in the blanks, one-word substitutions, spelling mistakes, figures of speech, para. Overall, the paper was easy, and students were able to comfortably complete it within the allotted time,” said Amitendra Kumar, Product Head, CUET and Undergraduate Programme, Career Launcher.

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In the second section, which is the domain paper, students found the legal studies paper easy with “four to five questions based on constitution and three to four questions each on international law, arbitration and legal services. There were mixed reactions on history. Some students found this section long. But most of the questions was directly from NCERT,” Kumar added.

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Political science papers gave more importance to regional aspirations and democratic uprisings and coalition politics. “Around 60-70 per cent of the questions were from the second book of Political Science. Match the following based questions mastering 8-10 on new social movements and globalization and its critics,” he added.

In the general awareness section, the number of questions on current affairs and static general knowledge was less. More questions were asked on awards, books, authors and personalities. There were basic questions in numerical ability. About four to five questions were based on percentage, ratio, number system, time interval and speed.

“There was an easy to moderate path on set theory. Some questions were also asked from geometry and were easy to solve. Reasoning-based questions in the section were easy to moderate. About three to four questions were series, coding, directing and blood relations. A single question was asked from dice and mirror images,” said Kumar.

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