Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) is round the corner, One of the most highly contested exams at the higher secondary level is the Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test for Engineering or (MHTCET) and needs a painstaking preparation for getting a good rank. The (MHTCET) test is conducted annually by the State Common Entrance Test Cell of the Government of Maharashtra. The exam pattern of MHTCET 2018 is determined by DTE Maharashtra- the exam conducting body for the state level engineering entrance test. DTE Maharashtra will conduct MHT CET 2018 the second week of May ie. 10th May 2018.
The entrance test will contain two papers - Paper I for Mathematics (1.30 hours/100 marks) and Paper II (1.30 hours/total100 marks, 50-marks each) for Physics and Chemistry and can be appeared offline or online
Here are some strategies that may help you to crack the exam more than 180+ Cracking MHTCET is not that easy unless you don't give enough time and practice. If you really want to score more than 180+ you need lot of time and practice. As per our expertise guidance there are various factors that will help you to score excellent marks in MHCET 2018.
In the previous years the MHT CET exams used to be easier than JEE exams. However from this year the CET exams are intended to bring at par with JEE exams, Therefore the aspirants must focus on the preparation MHTCET 2018 this year.
Every Aspirant must be aware that from this year the exam syllabus includes of std 11th & 12th. 80 % weightage is from the syllabus of std 12 and rest of the 20% emphasis on the syllabus of std 11th topics, with no negative marking.
Understand the pattern of exam there will be 50 questions of physics and chemistry of mark each and followed with 50 questions of maths of 2 marks each.
Importantly you need to do analysis how to score 180 + and fortunately as every year this year also our expertise usher the students to crack this exam in last minutes.
Try to emphasize and concentrate more in to MCQ's by getting 90 out of 100 that includes physics and chemistry rest 45 MCQ's correct out of in Maths.
Ensure your practice fetches you maximum correct MCQs. A prior decision how much to attempt and score subject wise based on your strength and weakness would be extremely beneficial.
This also means that you need to get 90% MCQs correct in each subject!
All the subjects will carry roughly the same importance so far as the qualifying marks are concerned. Distribution of preparation must be done accordingly.
For eg: Study chemistry for 2 hrs daily
Mathematics 3 hrs
Physics 3 hrs
Finally, maintaining calm while putting the best into the preparation without being concerned about the result is something never to be forgotten.
All the best for your exam!