Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Eligibility Criteria

# Dec 21, 2021 by Harshita Nandal

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Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Eligibility Criteria:

The Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Eligibility Criteria is necessary for students to read before doing registration for the examination.

The Eligibility Criteria is important for any examination because even if a candidate does not fulfil a single criterion of the eligibility criteria declared for the examination, then the candidate is not allowed to appear for the examination or even after appearing for the examination and clearing the same the admission through the examination stands cancelled or void.

 

The Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Eligibility Criteria in detail are as follows: 

Criteria

Details

Qualification

  • Candidate must have passed class 12th or equivalent from any recognized Central or State Board/ University.
  • Candidate appearing for class 12th are also eligible to apply for Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering

 

Minimum Marks Requirement

  • There is no minimum marks requirements as such to be eligible for the examination, however the participating colleges can have their own minimum marks requirement for admissions to particular courses. Do check their official website for the same.

Subject Requirements

Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in class 10+2 or equivalent.

Age

Student must have been born on or before March 31, 2006

 

 

 

Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Pattern:

The Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering is a computer based Test that can be given by students either at their home or at test centres. The Examination is of 180 minutes duration and has no negative marking. It tests the candidates on Quantitative, Verbal and Abstract Reasoning questions, also there is an Essay to be written by the candidates on a relevant topic.

The Scoring of the exam is very unique in which three sections are scored on a scale of 100-300 and the Essay written by students is sent directly to the University and College which students apply to through Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering.

For a clearer idea of the Examination students can take the Practice Test here:

Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Practice Test

 

Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Pattern in Brief:

Particulars

Details

Mode of Examination

Computer Based Test (CBT)

Duration

180 Minutes

Sections

Quantitative Reasoning

Verbal Reasoning

Abstract Reasoning

Physics

Maths

Type of Questions

MCQs

Total No. of Question

178

Negative Marking

No Negative Marking

Language of Examination

English

 

Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Pattern in Detail:

Sections

No. of Questions

Time

Scoring

Quantitative Reasoning

34

35 Minutes

Scores are converted to a scale that shares a common scale across all three sections, in the range of 100 to 300.

Verbal Reasoning

36

35 Minutes

Abstract Reasoning

38

40 Minutes

Physics

35

30 Minutes

Maths

35

30 Minutes

 

Total

178

180 Minutes

 

 

Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Important Points:

  • It is a Computer Based Test and can be attempted from Home/office or at Test centres as per student’s convenience.
  • There is individual time limit for each section.
  • There is no negative marking.
  • A Student can attempt the Examination a maximum of 3 times in a year keeping minimum 15 days gap between each attempt.
  • For each new attempt the Students will have to register and pay the exam fee each time.
  • Students can also reschedule their examination, although it has to be done at least 48 hours before the exam and for each rescheduling a Fee of INR 500 will be charged.

 

Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering Admit Card: There is no Admit Card required for appearing in the Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam for Engineering.

The Test centre will be chosen by the candidate during scheduling of the examination, although the test centre availability will be on First come first serve basis.

Student can also appear for the examination from their home via online option. For system requirements kindly check the official website: OnVUE

Documents Required while appearing for the Exam:

To appear for the exam One of the following IDs is required:

  • Passport
  • Driver’s license
  • Any government-approved photo ID

Exam Slots:

Exam slots may vary depending on centre chosen. For both test centres and the online option, typical slot times will range between 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

This may change depending on capacity and other factors.

Exam Day Guidelines:

  • Late arrival of up to 15 minutes is allowed. If students are more than 15 minutes late, they will not be allowed admission to the test centre and the registration fee will not be refunded.
  • For the online exam, it is recommend logging into the account 30 minutes early to start the check-in process and allow any system troubleshooting.
  • Other than the required Id student must not bring anything else to the Test Centre.

About Author

Harshita Nandal
Harshita Nandal

Harshita Nandal has worked as a Creative head in Mitrakshar, University of Delhi. She has done her Graduation from the University of Delhi in English Honours. In her free time, she prefers to play the guitar, take short walks in between work and loves to watch Korean dramas. Currently, she is an author at Educere India to fulfil the desire of her passion for writing.