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MHT CET 2018 Exam Analysis

PUBLISH DATE 10th May 2018

MHT CET 2018 Exam Analysis

DTE Maharashtra conducts the MHT-CET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test) 2018 every year for admission to various undergraduate courses in the state. The state-level entrance exam has been conducted on 10th May, 2018. B.Tech and B.E. aspirants will be able to to get admission in the top engineering colleges of Maharashtra based on their MHT-CET scores.

Now that the exam is over, test takers must use the MHT CET 2018 Rank Predictor tool launched by Vidyarthimitra.org recently. With the help of this tool, students can estimate their scores as well as ranks. Apart from this, the MHT CET Rank Predictor is a great tool to help candidates know how they performed in the entrance exam.

Once candidates take the exam, the next stage for further selection will be the counselling process. Based on the MHT CET scores, candidates will be shortlisted and invited for the MHT-CET counselling and seat allotment process. Only those who meet the cut-offs provided by the engineering colleges of Maharashtra will be considered for admission.

On this page, you will find relevant information on MHT-CET 2018 Exam Analysis, as part of which you will get an insight into the overall as well as section-wise difficulty level of the entrance exam. You will also get to know the difficulty level of the paper from experts and the first reactions from test takers.

First Reactions 

Candidates who appeared for the MHT-CET 2018 entrance exam on 10th May found the paper extremely easy. As Physics and Chemistry concluded, the first reaction we received from students and experts is that there were hardly any conceptual questions in the paper. Almost all the questions asked in the entrance exam were either information based or formula based. 

Further, students said that they found MHT-CET 2018 to be one of the easiest engineering entrance exams. According to some, the difficulty level of the paper was not even half as compared to the JEE Mains 2018.

Another feedback received from the students is that they did not face any time management issue in both the papers this year. There were fewer calculations and some questions were even non-numerical.

This year, MHT-CET 2018 has witnessed a rise of almost 14% in the number of applicants from the state of Maharashtra. Around 4.34 lakh candidates registered for the exam this year. MHT-CET is conducted for candidates seeking admissions in engineering, pharmacy, agriculture and hotel management colleges in the state of Maharashtra.

Detailed Analysis of MHT-CET 2018

 

Level of Difficulty

 

 

 

Subject

Easy

Moderate

Difficult

Good Attempts

Accuracy

Good Score

Maths

15

25

10

42

90%

76

Physics

20

22

8

45

90%

40

Chemistry

18

18

14

44

90%

38

Total

53

65

32

131

 

154

All the 3 sections namely Maths, Physics, and Chemistry were of moderate difficulty level.

There were more of numerical-based questions in Physics as compared to theoretical questions.

In Chemistry, a lot of questions were asked from Chemical bonding and Organic Chemistry.

In Maths section, a lot of stress was on questions from Limits, Logs, calculus, probability, functions, and graphs. But nevertheless, the questions were not very difficult.