CSIR-JRF-NET - Life Sciences Online Unit Test and Mock Test
It is not just sound theoretical foundations, but also repeated standard practice that gives you the necessary acumen required to crack the competitive examinations. Preparing well for CSIR-JRF-NET (Life Sciences) examination is one thing and transforming the knowledge and skills into success on exam day is another. Many students are not able to adopt the right approach and proper examination temperament, as they do not have the right feedback on their preparation. Our mock tests have been designed to provide in-depth knowledge and proper examination temperament. It will teach you how not to fail. It will give you an opportunity to convert your skill into success and to evaluate self-performance.
Our online test series is a variant of test series that tries to bridge the distance gap for those who do not have access to the test locations. Added to that, our incredible testing and analysis platform will assist you in your test preparation and scale your performance against most brilliant students across the nation.
Nature of test
The nature of test is of multiple choice questions (MCQs). The test is divided into two parts:
There will be 10 unit-wise test papers. Each test paper shall contain 75 multiple choice questions generally covering the topics given in the syllabus of CSIR-NET exam. Each question paper will be divided in two parts. 25 questions shall be of nature similar to Part-B of CSIR-NET exam (two marks for each question) while 50 Questions shall be of nature similar to Part-C of CSIR-NET exam (four marks for each question). The unit test paper of General Aptitude shall carry 50 questions and shall be of two marks. There will be negative marking @25% for each wrong answer.
One can start with any unit test but can participate only one time and you are advised that you have to finish all your unit test before appearing for the mock test. As you finish your unit-wise test, it will evaluate how well you have understood those units. The duration of each unit test is 3 hours.
01. Unit 1 (Molecules and their interactions relevant to Biology).
02. Unit 2 (Cellular Organization) & Unit 4 (Cell Communication and Cell signaling).
03. General Aptitude (Numerical ability, Data interpretation, Graphical analysis and Geometry).
04. Unit 3 (Fundamental Processes) & Unit 8 (Inheritance Biology).
05. Unit 3 (Fundamental Processes) & Unit 8 (Inheritance Biology).
06. Unit 5 (Plant developmental Biology) & Unit 6 (System Physiology: Plant).
07. Unit 5 (Animal developmental Biology) & Unit 7 (System Physiology: Animal).
08. General Aptitude (Logical reasoning, Series formation, Mensuration and Puzzles, etc.)
09. Unit 9 (Diversity of Life forms), Unit 10 (Ecological Principles) & Unit 11 (Evolution and Behaviour).
10. Unit 12 (Applied Biology) & Unit 13 (Methods in Biology).
Result and analysis of unit test
The result will be declared after completion of each unit test so that anybody can check and analyse the result. Apart from answer key (along with hint of analytical and numerical questions) - a comprehensive test analysis will be provided to evaluate your test preparation like score card, time taken to solve each question, percentage, part-wise performance, cut-off analysis etc.
There will be five mock test papers based on the pattern of CSIR-JRF-NET. The question paper of each mock test will be divided in three parts: Part - A shall carry 20 questions pertaining to General Aptitude. The candidates shall be required to answer any 15 questions. Part - B shall contain 50 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) generally covering the topics given in the syllabus. A candidate shall be required to answer any 35 questions. Each question of Part - A and B shall be of two marks. Part - C shall contain 75 questions that are designed to test a candidate’s knowledge of scientific concepts and/or application of the scientific concepts. A candidate shall be required to answer any 25 questions. Each question shall be of four marks. There will be negative marking @25% for each wrong answer.
The schedule of Mock Test is fixed. You could start your mock-test in the given scheduled Date & time.
Winter session (for exam held in June):
First mock test: 16th May, 2020
Second mock test: 23rd May, 2020
Third mock test: 30th May, 2020
Fourth mock test: 06th June, 2020
Fifth mock test: 13th June, 2020
Log-in time10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
If anyone will miss the Log-in timings, then there is no chance to appear in Mock Test. The duration of the Mock Test is 3 hours.
Result and analysis of mock test
The result will be declared on next day of each mock test (timings: 10 A.M.) and it will remain open for two days so that anybody can check and analyse the result.
Apart from answer key (along with hint of analytical and numerical questions)-a comprehensive test analysis will be provided to evaluate your test preparation like All India Rank, score card, time taken to solve each question, percentage, comparison with toppers, part-wise performance, cut-off analysis etc.
End of enrollment
15th May, 2020
Medium of examination
The medium of examination is only English.
Rs. 2000/- (Including GST)