Starting Monday, ALL STUDENTS enrolled in various graduate and postgraduate courses at Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) will be able to take mock exams.
The mock tests are designed to give students practise taking online tests before the actual exams begin on April 10. Mahesh Kakade, director, examination and evaluations department, SPPU, said 1.10 lakh students were expected to appear for their mock tests on April 5, starting with 88,865 graduate students from science faculty, followed by 18,235 postgraduate students from science faculty and 2,916 postgraduate students from engineering faculty. On April 6, 1,53,828 students were expected to appear for mock test.
The mock tests, according to Kakade, would be an exact copy of the real online exams, but the questions will be fake questions that have nothing to do with the syllabus. “Students are only allowed to submit one successful submission. The 60-question bank is divided into three sections: general information, Covid-related questions, and image-based aptitude questions. The full schedule is available at http://www.sppuexam.in. Email and SMS will be available.
Students will receive their user name and password via email, SMS, and the student profile system (SPS).
“Most importantly, if a student experiences issues during the test, such as a paper being auto-submitted or an auto-logout situation, they can contact the exam website's chat help or call 020-715302020,” Kakade added.