The National Testing Agency (NTA), like other years, will be conducting some of the major entrance exams for the 2022-23 academic session. For most of the exams, the dates are already out while for others, the application process is still underway. To have an instant reference in terms of all the important highlights of the exam, here is a comprehensive list.
Candidates can check the exam dates for the respective exams by referring to the table given below.
|Name of exam||Exam date||Last date to apply||Admit card release date||Result date|
|NEET||July 17||May 06||To be announced later||To be announced later|
|JEE Main Session 1||June 20 to 29||March 31||Second week of April||To be announced later|
|JEE Main Session 2||July 21 to 30||To be available soon||Third week of May||To be announced later|
|CUET 2022||First/second week of July||May 06||To be announced later||To be announced later|
|CMAT||April 09||March 17||April 06||To be announced later|
|GPAT||April 09||March 17||April 06||To be announced later|
|GAT-B/BET||April 23||March 31||April 14||To be announced later|
|National Entrance Test for Shrestha|
|May 07||April 12||May 02||To be announced later|
Candidates must keep a tab on the last date for applying online and submit the application forms at the earliest. The list of websites can be found under the ‘Active Examinations’ category available on the official NTA website – nta.ac.in. The window for editing or making changes in the application forms will open once the last date to apply gets over.
NTA also provides the facility for the candidates to appear for mock tests so that they can get used to the examination pattern of the respective exam. To appear for the mock test, they need to select the examination first and then specify the paper for which they want to appear for the test. Additionally, the previous year question papers can also be found on nta.ac.in. These can help the candidates boost their preparation.
All updates regarding the exams can be found on the main NTA website as well as the individual websites. The tests will mostly be conducted via the Computer Based Test (CBT) format. To help the students in remote and rural areas, test practice centers have been set up. For that, they have to complete the registration process after which a confirmation message will be generated.