UGC NET Last 10 Year Trend Analysis: Check UGC NET Exam Previous Year Exam Trend Analysis!

By Sakshi Ojha|Updated : May 8th, 2023

The NTA will conduct the UGC NET Exam 2023 from 13 June to 22 June 2023. The candidates appearing in the UGC NET Examination should go through the UGC NET Most Expected Questions based on the previous year's exam analysis. This will help the candidates to prepare the most important topics from their subjects in the UGC NET Syllabus.

We have developed the article below that contains the list of UGC NET Previous Years Exam Analysis & the most asked units for the UGC NET Exam.

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UGC NET Exam Pattern 2023

Below is the table showing the UGC NET Exam pattern for the exam. Candidates can also see the number of questions asked in each paper and the total marks in the examination.


Number of Questions



Paper 1



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UGC NET Topic Wise Weightage 

With the help of UGC NET Previous Year Papers, we have developed the full 10-year analysis for questions asked in UGC NET Paper 1. After going through the table below, candidates can understand and evaluate the number of questions asked on different topics and prepare accordingly.

Topic Wise Question Distribution for UGC NET Paper 1

Check the question distribution in the UGC NET Paper 1 for the last 10 exams in the table below. You can divide the time according to the weightage of the section in the exam


Teaching AptitudeResearch AptitudeComprehensionLogical ReasoningData InterpretationMathsCommunication


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UGC NET Cut Off 2023

NTA displays the UGC NET Cut off List after the examination, and the answer key is published. Candidates can check the expected and previous year's UGC NET Cut Off marks. Candidates must check the last year's cut off to help them understand the exam level, the competition they will face, and how much they need to target to ace the exam. It is the minimum marks that decide the result status of the candidates. If candidates score more marks than the cut off they are declared qualified otherwise, they are disqualified.

UGC NET Cut Off depends on various factors like the number of candidates, question paper level, number of intakes for that year, and more. The cut off PDF contains the total number of candidates who participated, the number of candidates qualified, and the number of candidates qualified for JRF and Assistant Professor. Check the important UGC NET previous years' cutoff and factors affecting the marks below.

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UGC NET Last 10 Year Trend Analysis FAQs

  • The candidates going for the UGC NET Exam must go through the UGC NET Most Expected Questions based on the UGC NET Previous Year Exam Analysis. This will help the candidates to prepare the most important topics from their subjects in the UGC NET Syllabus.

  • According to the Paper 1 Previous Year Analysis trends for UGC NET, the most asked unit is 'Teaching Aptitude'. However, all the Paper 1 units are important to go through for better merit.

  • The table given above has been developed with the help of the UGC NET previous year question paper analysis for both papers.

  • No such unit can be considered to have fewer questions according to the Previous Years Trend Analysis of UGC NET Paper 1. All the units have almost the same number of questions varying in different years.

  • Candidates can get the UGC NET Last 10 Year's Trend Analysis above in the article. It will give you topic wise number of questions asked in the last 10 year papers.

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