CET PAPER PATTERN 2021 | MHT-CET EXAM PATTERN WITH PAPER MARKS & FORMAT | CET ENGINEERING EXAM NEW QUESTION PAPER PATTERN WITH NEGATIVE MARKING SYSTEM PDF
CET Paper Pattern 2021 | MHT-CET Exam Pattern With Paper Marks & Format | CET Engineering Exam New Question Paper Pattern With Negative Marking System PDF
( According to MHT-CET 2020 Est. for 2021 )
MHT-CET exam syllabus gives 20% weightage to Std. XI and 80% weightage to Std. XII syllabus of HSC board. Since MHT-CET is based on combination of Std. XI & XII HSC syllabus, students don’t need to study separately for this exam. But there is difference in the nature of these two exams i.e. while Std. 11 and 12 are descriptive type of exams, giving more importance to writing and presentation skills of the candidates; MHT-CET is objective type of exam emphasising on conceptual learning.
- MHT-CET exam is conducted in online mode.
- Exam Paper is available in English, Marathi and Urdu language. (Mathematics paper will be available in English language only)
- MHT-CET exam comprises of 3 papers i.e. Paper 1- Physics and Chemistry, Paper 2- Zoology and Botany, Paper3- Mathematics.
- Each paper is of 90 minutes duration.
- Questions asked are Multiple Choice Objective type in nature.
- The difficulty level will be at par with JEE Main for Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry and difficulty level for Biology will be at par with NEET.
- Engineering aspirants are required to appear for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Pharmacy aspirants are required to appear for Physics, Chemistry and Maths/ Biology. (i.e. Pharmacy aspirants may opt for either Maths or Biology)
MHT- CET exam is of total 200 marks. There is no negative marking for wrong or unattempt questions.
- Paper 1 is of total 100 marks and consists of Physics and Chemistry. Both subjects will have 50 questions each (i.e. Physics + Chemistry – total 100 questions). 1 mark will be allotted for each correct answer.
- Paper 2 is of total 100 marks and consists of Zoology and Botany. Both subjects will have 50 questions each (i.e. Zoology + Botany – total 100 questions). 1 mark will be allotted for each correct answer.
- Paper 3 is of Mathematics with total 50 questions. 2 marks will be allotted for each correct answer. Total marks 100.