CUET PG 2024 Analysis

12 March, 2024
Aaliya Patel


March 12, 2024 (4.30 PM – 06.15 PM)


The COQP12 paper  of  CUET-PG-2024 took place today (March 12, 2024).

This analysis is based on the feedback received from IMS students and experts who appeared for CUET PG paper COQP12.

COQP12 had a total of 75 questions. The question paper was not divided into different sections. In terms of Level of Difficulty, the test was easy.


AreaNo. of QuestionsMarks per QuestionMax. MarksGood AttemptsLOD
Maths/Quantitative Ability50430065+Easy
Data InterpretationEasy
Logical ReasoningEasy


  • The test had no sectional breakup and the 75 questions appeared in different sections/ a jumbled manner.
  • For every correct answer, 4 marks are awarded.
  • For every wrong answer, 1 mark was deducted.

IMS estimate of good attempts refers to the number of serious attempts and excludes random attempts.

Quantitative Ability

There were 34 questions in this section. The level of difficulty of the questions on Quantitative Aptitude was easy.

The questions on Quantitative Aptitude were dominated by questions on Arithmetic. There were maximum questions on Arithmetic. Topics such as Time-Speed-Distance, Averages, Ratio-Proportion, Time & Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest were represented.

Other topics on which questions were asked on Quantitative Aptitude were Numbers and Modern Mathematics.

Following was the overall break-up of the topics in this test :

TopicsNo. of Questions   
3-sets Venn1
Data Sufficiency4
Data Interpretation10

Data Interpretation

Following is the breakup of the Data Interpretation sets:

There were two sets on Data Interpretation in the test. Mostly the questions were easy based on simple calculations.

TopicsNo. of Questions
1 set on Pie chart5
1 set on Line Graph5

Overall difficulty of the questions on Quantitative Ability was easy.

Logical Reasoning

There were 16 questions in the Logical Reasoning section. In Non-Verbal Reasoning, there were Linear Arrangements, Family Tree, Venn Diagram, Coding Decoding, Directions, Number Series, Cube based and symbol based puzzles.

No question on Selection Criteria and Sequential Output Tracing was included.

In Verbal Reasoning, there were questions on Syllogisms, identifying the odd word out of the given words, Analogies, Assumptions, Assertion-Reasoning. The questions were easy.

Following is the break-up of this section:

TopicsNo. of Questions
Linear Arrangements2
Number Series2
Coding Decoding2
Cube Based Puzzles1
Blood relations1
Symbol Based Reasoning3
Verbal Reasoning3

Overall difficulty of the questions on Logical Reasoning was easy.

Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension

There were around 5 RC questions and 20 non-RC questions. Overall, the VARC section  was easy.  Most of the questions could be answered quickly with high accuracy.

Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension TopicsNo. of Questions
Reading Comprehension  – 1 Passage [Unfair business practices of top technology companies]5
Synonyms + Antonyms2
FIB [Grammar + Vocab.]5
Match the word/idiom with their meanings2
Spot the Error2
Jumbled sentence/Jumbled paragraph3
Speech and Voice-based questions3
Idioms/One word substitution2
Grammatically-correct sentence1