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MHT-CET

MHT-CET or Common Entrance Test

About MHT - CET

Maharashtra state common entrance test cell will conduct the MHT CET 2020 exam. This exam will offer admissions to the 1st year of B.E/B.Tech, B.Pharmacy and Pharma D courses in the state of Maharashtra.
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Who is it for

12th standard and BSc students

Here’s a list of colleges that accepts your MAH – CET scores.

Quick Facts about MHT - CET

Category

Engineering

Type

Multiple Choice Questions

Seats

66,000

Frequency

Once a year

FEES

Rs 800

Paper Pattern

150 Questions in 3 Hours

MHT - CET Syllabus

MHT – CET UG syllabus consists of concepts taught in standard 11 and 12 in the Indian School Systems. There are questions asked from Maths, Physics and Chemistry. There are 50 questions from each of the sections. Marking scheme is +1 / +2 and no negative marking. No marks are deducted if the candidate has not attempted a question. The total time duration is of 3 hours.

Weightage

Maths

100 Marks

50 Questions

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Chemistry

50 Marks

50 Questions

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Physics

50 Marks

50 Questions

Maths Chapters

  1. Mathematical Logic
  2. Matrices
  3. Circle
  4. Lines
  5. Conics
  6. Vectors
  7. Plane
  8. Linear Programming Problems
  9. Continuity
  10. Applications of Derivative
  11. Integration
  12. Differentiation
  13. Applications of Definite Integral
  14. Differential Equation
  15. Probability Distribution
  16. Statistics
  17. Binomial Theorem
  18. Trigonometric Functions
  19. Straight Lines
  20. Sets, Relations, and Functions
  21. Sequences & Series
  22. Probability
  23. 3D Geometry

Chemistry Chapters

  1. Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics
  2. Chemical Kinetics
  3. P block elements
  4. Halogens
  5. Coordination Compounds
  6. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
  7. D & F-block elements
  8. Biomolecules
  9. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
  10. Polymers
  11. Organic Compounds
  12. Chemistry in Everyday Life
  13. Solid State
  14. Electrochemistry
  15. Solutions

Physics Chapters

  1. Kinetic Theory of Gases and Radiation
  2. Circular Motion
  3. Oscillations
  4. Surface Tension
  5. Atoms, Molecules, and Nuclei
  6. Interference and Diffraction
  7. Rotational Motion
  8. Current Electricity
  9. Electrostatics
  10. Gravitation
  11. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
  12. Stationary Waves
  13. Electromagnetic Induction
  14. Electrons and Photons
  15. Semiconductors
  16. Elasticity
  17. Wave Motion
  18. Wave Theory of Gases
  19. Magnetism
  20. Communication Systems

Paper Pattern

Category

Maths, Physics and Chemistry

Type of questions

Objective – Multiple choice with 4 options

Mode of examination

Online Mode (Computer Based Test)

Exam duration

180 Minutes for each paper

Number of questions

150

Marking scheme

Each Question in Maths will carry 2 marks and each question in Physics and Chemistry will carry 1 mark

Negative marking

There will be no negative marking

Language of Questions

Question will be asked in English, Marathi and Urdu language (Question will be asked in English language only for Mathematics Paper)

MHT - CET 2020 Exam Dates

Registration Dates

Registration Start

1st November 2019

Type

Multiple Choice Questions

Seats

66,000

Frequency

Once a year

FEES

Rs 750 – 1400

Paper Pattern

150 Questions in 3 Hours

Exam Dates

MHT – CET 2020 exam

To be declared

Release of MHT – CET 2020 answer key

Within a week after exam

Result Dates

MHT – CET results

Yet to be Announced

Counselling start Date

Yet to be Announced

How to Prepare for MHT - CET 2020

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Track your progress:

You should prepare a good timetable for your exam preparation. Make sure you include little intervals between study hours. Preparing as per a timetable will help you cover all parts of the syllabus.

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Prepare as per the syllabus:

You should prepare a good timetable for your exam preparation. Make sure you include little intervals between study hours. Preparing as per a timetable will help you cover all parts of the syllabus.

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Work on weaker areas:

Students are often very strong in one subject and weak in others. You have to work hard and try to solve the weaker topics with the help of your teacher, friends and parents. This will help you get better at understanding concepts in the future.

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Make a study schedule:

You should prepare a good timetable for your exam preparation. Make sure you include little intervals between study hours. Preparing as per a timetable will help you cover all parts of the syllabus.

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Maintain your health:

While preparing for MH – CET, you should always take care of your health as it helps you concentrate on your studies. Avoid junk and oily foods and make a strict diet plan. Do meditation and yoga exercises to remain fit and achieve a better state of mind.

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Practice online mock tests:

Mock tests can help you crack the NEET exam effortlessly. They are available for each and every subject and cover all chapters and topics. Mock tests will improve your skills, knowledge, performance and time management.