CUET Result 2022: Topper List with their Marks, Preparation Tips, Course and College Preference

Twelve candidates have passed CUET UG 2022 with 100 percentile in at least five papers. The Indian Express He spoke to nine of them to find that they are all students of CBSE-affiliated schools and would like to study at Delhi University. Most of them want to study political science. BCom, History, Psychology and Economics are the other program preferences. Since they had already done reasonably well in the Class 12 Board exam, we asked them if CUET opened new doors for them. To this, many said that they are now sure of getting a seat in coveted colleges like Shri Ram College of Commerce, which would have earlier closed admissions with unrealistic cut-off marks like 98-99%. Edited snippets:

First name: Megha Goenka

Age: 17 years

School: Delhi Public School, Guwahati

Blackboard: CBSE

Board Exam: 98% (trade)

CUET Score

English (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Accounting/Bookkeeping (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Business Studies (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Economics/Business Economics (100th percentile, 200 /200 points) , Mathematics/Applied Mathematics (100th percentile, 196.294 points), General Test (99.55th percentile, 261.869 points)

Exam preparation tips

I prepared for the CUET, but that was mostly self-study. I revised what I had already studied for my Board exams. I think the papers were quite easy for anyone who had their concepts clear from the beginning.

Is CUET useful?

I think now I have a good chance to get into SRCC. Although I got a good mark in my Board exams, I think my English score (92%) was bringing my best-of-four average down to 97.75% and that would not have been enough to get a seat in SRCC. The CBSE Term 1 English paper was vague and I don’t think students from other boards would have faced the same problem. I think CUET has given everyone a level playing field

Program and university preference: BCom (Hons), SRCC, University of Delhi

First name: Sahaana Ramesh

Age: 18 years

School: Cambridge School, Noida

School board: CBSE

Board Exam: 99.2% (Humanities)

CUET Score

English (100th percentile, 200/200 points), History (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Legal Studies (100th percentile, 199/200 points), Political Science (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Psychology (100th percentile , 200/200 points)

Exam preparation tips

“Most of the questions were from our Board syllabus, and the fact that we had two board exams, one of which was MCQ-based, was very helpful. I used various MCQ-based guides to solving papers which was helpful in my preparation”

Is CUET useful?

“The execution needs to be fine-tuned, but it’s a good way to streamline the process and provide a level playing field for all students. Before there were students from different boards, and there was disparity due to the grading rules, but now there is more uniformity”

Program and university preference: Political Science (Honours), Miranda House, University of Delhi

First name: Priyanshi Choudhary

Age: 18 years

school: National Victor Public School, Gorakhpur, UP

School board: CBSE

Examination of the Board: 98% (Humanities)

CUET Score

English (percentile 100, 200/200 points); Economics/ Business Economics (percentile 100, 200/200 points); Political science (percentile 100, 200/200 points); History (percentile 100, 200/200 points); Home Science (100th percentile, 194/200 points); General test (85th percentile, 179 points)

Exam preparation tips

“I had no training and I was afraid the coaching classes might be teaching the kids something I didn’t know because I opted for self-coaching.”

Is CUET useful?

“It was a new experience for all of us. My exam was postponed twice until I took it on August 21st. My exam was originally scheduled for the 1st day of CUET Phase 1 exams and I got to know it 2 days before the exam, it scared me to prepare all the subjects in just two days. But CUET is a great choice because the Board exams were lenient and not strictly conducted and there were ups and downs in the boards. I would have got my college based on board marks but I scored better in CUET. It was a strict and adequate examination; it was a good experience and it has opened up better opportunities for me”.

Program and university preference: BA Hons. Political Science, Vivekananda College, University of Delhi

First name: Preetam Singh

age: 17 years

School: Sanskrit Public School, Gorakhpur, UP

School board: CBSE

Board Exam: 97.4 (Humanities)

CUET Score

English (100 percentile, 200/200 marks), Political Science (100 percentile, 200/200 marks), History (100 percentile, 200/200 marks), Hindi (100 percentile, 198/200 marks), Geography/Geology (( 100th percentile, 200/200 points), General Test (98th percentile, 242 points)

Exam preparation tips

“I met CUET and my tips were close, so I tried to study for both at the same time, but it didn’t happen. I couldn’t focus. I decided to focus on Boards first and then CUET. I studied in CUET later and it was the same syllabus ie NCERT. So, I decided to focus on English and the general test, as I had never studied it before. I focused on it.”

Is CUET useful?

The level of the exam was normal and the paper was easy and the competition has increased. CUET proposed that it would provide a uniform field for all courses, but I don’t think it has. It has increased competition as many students have scored 100 percentiles.”

Program and university preference

BA in History, Hindu College, University of Delhi

First name: Sneha Dey

age: 18 years

school: Cambridge School, Noida (Sector 27)

School board: CBSE

Examination of the Board: 97.8% (Humanities)

CUET Score

English (percentile 100, 200/200 points); History (percentile 100, 200/200 points); Legal Studies (percentile 100, 199/200 points); Political Science (100 percentile, 200/200 points) and Psychology (100 percentile, 200/200 points)

Exam preparation tips

Initially, when the CUET was proposed I was annoyed that we will have to study extra. I heard that our batch had to pass two board exams already. But it turned out pretty well in the end. I thought I had to do coaching but I was able to do it on my own. Most of it was covered in panels. We had to cover the parts that were in the removed curriculum.”

Is CUET useful?

“I checked the previous cuts and they were quite high. So even though I would have got into History (Honours) based on the Board marks, I couldn’t have got into Political Science without CUET, which is my preferred programme. I was also lucky when it came to technical issues because I didn’t face any cancellations or errors.”

Program and university preference: BA (Hons.) Political Science or BA (Hons.) History from Miranda House or LSR or Hindu College

First name: Apeksha Sehgal

Age: 17 years

School: St. Marks Girls Senior Secondary School, Meerabagh, Delhi

School board: CBSE

Board Exam: 98.8% (Humanities)

CUET Score

English (percentile 100, 200/200 points), Economics (percentile 100, 200/200 points), History (percentile 100, 200/200 points), Political Science (percentile 100, 200/200 points), Psychology (percentile 100, 200/200 points), General test (percentile 95.80, 219.11 points)

Exam preparation tips

Online tutorials were a big part of my preparation, but consistent self-study is what was most important to me.

Is CUET useful?

“Maybe I could have got into Delhi University with just my board marks. But even with CUET, higher percentile students will get top colleges, so it’s more or less the same”

Program and university preference: Psychology (Honours), Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi

First name: Ansh Gattani

Age: 18 years

School: Noble International School, Bhilwada, Rajasthan

School board: CBSE

Board Exam: 99% (trade)

CUET Score

English (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Accounting (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Business Sciences (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Economics (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Mathematics (100th percentile, 196.29/200 points), General test (99.89 percentile, 275.611 points)

Exam preparation tips

“I only took English classes and self-studyed the rest of the subjects. They were the same as my Board’s subjects and syllabus, so I didn’t find any problem.”

Is CUET useful?

“CUET gave me an opportunity to possibly get into SRCC. Before all students didn’t have the same opportunities because they were from different boards. My board marks are good but there is always a doubt whether it is enough ”

Program and university preference: BCom (Hons.), Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi

First name: Tanmay Singh Bhadawat

Age: 18 years

School: Delhi Public School, Jodhpur

School board: CBSE

Board Exam: 97.4% (Humanities)

CUET Score

English (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Economics (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Geography (100th percentile, 200/200 points), History (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Political Science (100th percentile) , 200/200 points)

Exam preparation tips

I used only NCERT text books for my preparation. Self-study is key.”

Is CUET useful?

“The exam went well, thankfully. I think CUET is an added advantage, even though I did well in the board exams. It has also opened new doors for me because some colleges earlier only looked at board marks or their own entrance test score. CUET was a common platform for all”

Program and university preference: Political Science (Hons), University of Delhi (University Undecided)

First name: Khushi Sharma

age: 17 years

school: Manav Rachna International School, Sector 14, Faridabad, Haryana

School board: CBSE

Examination of the Board: 98% (Trade)

CUET Score

English (100th percentile, 200/200 points), French (100th percentile, 170/200 points), Accounting/Bookkeeping (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Business Studies (100th percentile, 200/200 points), Economics / Business Economics (percentile 100, 200/200 points), Mathematics/Applied Mathematics (percentile 98.6, 135/200 points) and General Test (percentile 94.6, 212 points).

Exam preparation tips

“The experience was pretty much the same. If you study properly in class 12, there’s not much problem. It was fine. I didn’t have any specific strategy for CUET preparation and didn’t take any coaching for the same. I prepared just from the books my teachers had recommended.”

Is CUET useful?

“I could have secured a seat in the college of my choice with my board marks. But I think CUET gives a second chance to those who couldn’t do well in class 12. And it’s not that difficult as people think it is”.

Program and university preference: Economics (Hons), SRCC, University of Delhi

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