ICSI CSEET 2021: Mock test to be conducted today on 9th November, know the procedure

09 Nov, 2021
ICSI CSEET 2021: Mock test to be conducted today on 9th November, know the procedure


The Institute of Company Secretaries of India will conduct the CS Executive Entrance Test or the ICSI CSEET 2021 Mock Test today, i.e., on 9th November 2021. While the candidates are mandatorily required to appear for the CSEET Mock Test 2021. The CSEET 2021 for the November session will be conducted on 13th November 2021, and for more information related to it, candidates can visit icsi.edu.

It must be noted that the CSEET 2021 exam would be conducted in the remote proctored mode, and will be conducted for 1 hour. The CS Executive Mock Test 2021 will be conducted so as to make the candidates familiar with the remote proctoring mode of the exam.

How to appear for ICSI CSEET 2021 Mock Test:

  • To appear for the ICSI CSEET Mock Test 2021, candidates shall log in 30 minutes before the examination time. Also, the User ID, password, and batch timings have been shared with candidates through mail or SMS, as stated by the ICSI official notification. Hence, candidates must visit their official mail ID to get any further updates.

  • It is compulsory for candidates to download the Safe Exam Browser or SEB, as the same browser would be used to appear for the Mock test. To download the Safe Exam Browser, candidates must visit the official website and log in using their credentials such as CSEET Registration Number and Date of Birth.

  • ICSI CSEET 2021 will be an MCQ test constituting 200 marks, 140 questions and would be conducted for 120 minutes.

  • Questions from Legal Aptitude, Business Communication, Logical Reasoning, Economic and Business Environment, Presentation and Communication Skills, and Current Affairs will be asked for the CSEET 2021 exam. Candidates must note that no negative marking will be done for the exam.

  • The passing criteria of the CSEET exam 2021 are that students must secure a minimum of 40% marks individually in Paper 1, 2, 3, and 4. Also, students must secure 50% aggregate marks to pass the exam.

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