About Ashoka University

 

Ashoka University is a pioneer in its focus on providing a liberal education at par with the best in the world. The aim at Ashoka is to help students become well-rounded individuals who can think critically about issues from multiple perspectives, communicate effectively and become leaders with a commitment to public service. 

 

Admission Process

 

1. Application and Assessments

 

Application: Academic scores, SAT/ACT scores, Personal Essays, Recommendation, Non-academic Engagement

Assessments: Ashoka Aptitude Assessment, on the spot essay

 

2. Shortlist for Interview

 

3. Decisions & Financial Aid

 

Ashoka Aptitude Assessment Eligibility Criteria

 

The candidates can secure admission in Ashoka University UG programs if they have appeared for SAT or ACT or Ashoka Aptitude Assessment (AAA) or have their final Class XII board/equivalent examination scores. All applicants applying with SAT/ ACT scores need to mention their scores while filling the AAA application form.

 

For applicants whose final Class XII board examination scores are not available at the time of evaluation, the SAT/ACT or the Ashoka Aptitude Assessment (AAA) may be used to make a firm offer of admission. This is especially helpful for the first round of admissions where most applicants may not have their final board examination scores. No applicant will be rejected before receiving the final Class XII board scores.

 

Exam Pattern

 

Name of Exam

Ashoka Aptitude Assessment

Conducting Body

Ashoka University, Haryana

Exam Mode

Online

Exam Language

English

Exam Duration

Essay Writing – 30 minutes

AAA – 90 minutes

No. of Questions

Essay Writing – 1

AAA – 40

 

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AAA Exam Pattern 2021

Topic

No of Questions

Problem-solving skills

(includes numerical and spatial reasoning) 

20

Critical thinking skills

(includes understanding arguments and reasoning using everyday language)

20

Total No of Questions

40

 

Marking Scheme

 

  • +4 for each correct answer
  • No negative marking

 

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