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MU OET Eligibility and Reservation Criteria FAQs 2018: For admission at Manipal Academy of Higher Education, meeting the eligibility criteria is mandatory, which is why we have put all associated queries in one basket – MU OET 2018 eligibility and reservation criteria FAQs. Among the important eligibility criteria that the candidate needs to meet are that of the qualifying exam and minimum marks, and questions related to them are included in MU OET Eligibility and Reservation Criteria FAQs. Many candidates again want to know what is the reservation policy of the institute, and the MU OET Eligibility and Reservation Criteria FAQs 2018 provide answers to it as well. MU OET aspirants can go through the complete article and get answers to all their questions.
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Q. What is the Eligibility Criteria to apply for MU OET?
Ans: Candidates who sit in MU OET 2018 entrance exam will be considered for admission only if they meet the prescribed eligibility criteria. To check out MU OET 2018 eligibility criteria – Click Here
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Q. What is the age limit for MU OET?
As per MU OET 2018 eligibility criteria, there is no specific age limit for appearing in the entrance exam.
Q. How many attempts can I make for MU OET? What is the criteria for the other attempts if any?
Ans: The maximum number of attempts the candidate is allowed to take MU OET 2018 is three. The entrance test for the 1st and 2nd attempt was conducted from April 19 to May 9, 2018. Also, the schedule for slot booking for Attempt No. 1 and 2 was the same i.e., March 31 to April 14, 2018. However, for Attempt No. 3, the slot booking was open separately from May 9 to 10, 2018
The eligibility criteria for all the attempts was the same.
Q. I am a diploma student. Can I appy for MU OET?
Ans: Diploma candidates are eligible for MU OET 2018. They can apply for lateral entry. To check the academic qualification required to appear in MU OET 2018 – Click Here
Q. How much should I have scored in Class 12 to apply for MU OET?
Ans: To be eligible for MU OET 2018, the candidate must score minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and an optional subject. Additionally, then the candidate must score the minimum marks prescribed by the board in each of these subjects.
Q. I have taken a drop. Can I apply for MU OET?
Ans: Absolutely, provided you meet the prescribed eligiblity criteria for the exam.
Q. If I have a gap after class 10, can I apply for MU OET?
Ans: Having a gap year doesn’t disqualify you from applying to MU OET 2018. But will you need to meet the eligibility criteria for the exam, which includes passing the qualifying exam with minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Mathematics and an optional subject.
Q. I have failed in Class 12 and appeared for the exam again. Can I apply for MU OET?
Ans: Even if you have failed in Class 12, you can take the MU OET 2018 entrance exam provided you meet the prescribed eligibility criteria for the exam.
Q. If I am Biology student but I have studied Physics & Chemistry, can I apply for MU OET? Which courses will I be eligible for?
Ans: Only those candidates who have passed their 10+2 qualifying exam or equivalent with Physics, Mathematics and English as complusory subjects would be considered for admission. So, the above mentioned subject combination doesn’t meet the eligibility criteria.
Q. If there any eligibility relaxation in Manipal and for whom Ans: There is no relaxation in MU OET eligibility criteria 2018 for any candidate.
If the candidate wishes to read FAQs related to other topics like exam pattern, application form and results, they needs to click on the link corresponding to the topic in the table below.
MU OET Other FAQs
MU OET General FAQs
Application Form & Admit Card
MU OET Application Form & Admit Card FAQs
MU OET Syllabus FAQs
MU OET Exam Pattern FAQs
MU OET Exam Preparation FAQs
Answer Key & Result
MU OET Answer Key & Result FAQs
MU OET Cutoff FAQs
MU OET Counselling FAQs
The level of MU OET is definitely lower than JEE but that doesn't mean you should take it lightly. Anyone can clear any examination, provided they have enough concentration and dedication towards it. You should make a study timetable and strictly adhere to it. Do not waste any time and start preparing at once. 550-600 out of 800 is usually considered a "good" score so keep that in mind during your preparation.
there is no specific syllabus available right now in official website. but it is given that exam will be duration of 1 hour, number of question will be 90 questions. it is mention in the website that detailed test syllabus will be uploaded shortly.
you may follow lateral entry entrance test (LEET) guide by gkp publication, which will be beneficial for preparation.
With 6794, CSE is near to impossible. Yes, there is a chance for ECE if you go till the final round. According to 2018 and 2017 data, for ECE, the cut offs were between 5000 and 60000. And, there is no big difference between that and your rank, so you can give it a try.
Taking into consideration trends in past year regarding the cut off , I am sorry to say this but you have very low chances of getting cse in Manipal Jaipur as the seats are filled by ranks upto 10000.
Last year cut off was 8588.
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