MHT CET 2020 is a state level entrance Exam conducted by a specially designed cell ( State Common Entrance Test Cell, Mumbai). Overseen by Government of Maharashtra for admission process into 1st-year full-time degree courses in Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy and 5-year full-time degree Pharm. D course. Candidates have to undergo this entrance test only after they satisfy the eligibility conditions. Students who want to prepare for MHT CET 2020 can see the tips from this article.
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How to prepare for Maharashtra CET 2020? – Know Exam pattern
The exam will consist of three papers namely Paper I (PCM), Paper II (PCB) and Paper III (PCMB).
The exam will be conducted online (Computer based test) mode consisting of multiple type questions. The question papers will have the topics covering Mathematics, Physics, Biology and chemistry. There is no Negative marking in the paper. However, for unattempted questions, you get 0 marks.
|Subject||Number of questions||Marks Allotted per Question||Total Marks||Duration of the exam|
|Class 11th||Class 12th|
The MHT-CET will consist of three papers which are Paper I (PCM), Paper II (PCB) and Paper III (PCMB) of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). You can check the complete detail of three papers from below:
The paper I – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM)
Total number of Question in Paper I: 150 questions
Total marks in Paper I: 200 marks
Duration of Paper I: 180 minutes
The Paper II – Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB)
Total number of Question in Paper II: 200 questions
Total marks in Paper II: 200 marks
Duration of Paper II: 180 minutes
The Paper III – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology (PCMB)
Total number of Question in Paper III: 250 questions
Total marks in Paper II: 300 marks
Duration of Paper II: 270 minutes
How to prepare for Maharashtra CET 2020? – Know Syllabus
The exam is mainly based on the 11th and 12th class syllabus of Maharashtra State Board and Higher Secondary Education. Therefore, go through all the important topics covered in HSE and summarise them during your last segment of preparations. You are strongly advised to consult NCERT textbooks. There are a few topics in the syllabus that are not covered in NCERT books for MHT-CET and thus they need to be prepared from other reference books.
How to prepare for Maharashtra CET 2020? – Solve questions from Practice papers
One of the best methods to boost your confidence is to attempt as many sample papers as you can from the previous years or mock tests. It helps us to achieve an idea of the exam pattern plus important questions, and figure out how much time one needs to spend on one topic. Suppose, if there is one topic you have read but is not asked in the question paper, then you can grab the basics of it rather than spending weeks trying to understand it.
How to prepare for Maharashtra CET 2020? – Revision
It is best to formulate a viable revision plan and stick to it till the end. You must remain very careful in implementing the timetable plus the time table must be effective. Spending days on one topic is a waste of time. Divide your study hours equally and revise the formulae, diagrams, mock papers and equations. Remember preparation is only successful if it gives you a result. The result is possible only when you have a solid and concrete plan. Utilise your resources well. Get NCERT first. Do not keep a topic lagging believing that you will buy new books for new concepts and then you will start preparation. Do not pick up new topics in the last few days. It might leave you clueless. Instead, revise more and more
Keep calm during MHT CET 2020 Preparation, and on exam day
Candidates tend to panic as the exam day approaches near and unwittingly lose out on sleep. Keep the books away and try to relax on the last day. Sleep well but wake up early, reach the exam centre on time and give it your best shot.