Your browser does not support iframes.
MU OET Exam Pattern FAQs 2018: Whether it is a question regarding the mode and duration of the exam or the marking scheme, MU OET Exam Pattern FAQs provides all minute details that the candidate needs to know. The candidates can use this information to fine-tune their preparation and get a good result in MU OET. All the explanations given in MU OET 2018 Exam Pattern FAQs are designed keeping in mind the benefit of the candidate. It is recommended that candidates keep themselves updated about the exam pattern, through MU OET Exam Pattern FAQs 2018, to keep tab of any new rule that may be implemented by the competent authority.
Latest: [Head Start your preparation for engineering exams with MET Knockout Course], Click Here
APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW
Q. Is MU OET online or offline or both?
Ans: MU OET 2018 was available in computer-based (Online) mode only.
Q. What is the MU OET exam pattern?
Ans: Manipal Academy of Higher Education conducted MU OET 2018 in online mode. The entrance exam was of 2.30 hours duration and included 200 questions from four subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and General English. To learn more about MU OET 2018 exam pattern – Click Here
Head Start your preparation for engineering exams with MET Knockout Course
Q. Which languages in the MU OET available in?
Ans: The entrance exam was available in English language only.
Q. Is there a pass mark for each subject in MU OET or the overall marks are considered for each paper?
Ans: As per the exam pattern of MU OET 2018, there was no minimum marks prescribed for individual subjects in MU OET.
Q. Is there negative marking for MU OET?
Ans: There was no negative marking in MU OET 2018.
Q. Will there be a calculator in MU OET online exam?
Ans: No calculator was provided to the candidate during the online exam.
Q. What is the difficulty level of the MU OET exam?
Ans: The difficulty level of MU OET 2018 was at par with 10+2 Board/Universities.
Q. What types of questions should I expect in MU OET? Will they be different from JEE Main?
Ans: MU OET 2018 included questions from four subjects - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and General English. Questions were objective (multiple-choice questions) type.
JEE Main 2018 included more advanced questions than those asked in 10+2 board exams. Now considering MU OET is of the same difficulty level as 10+2, it was likely to be easier compared to JEE Main.
Q. What is the marking scheme for MU OET?
Ans: As per MU OET 2018 marking scheme, each question carried 1 mark. There was no negative marking.
Q. Can I edit my answers in the test?
Ans: There was no clear mention either on the information brochure or the university website whether the candidates could edit their answers. But going by the general pattern of online tests, it was likely that the candidates were able to edit their answers, if they had not submitted the answer paper.
The table below has MU OET 2018 FAQs on other topics, for example eligibility, application form, and answer key. To check faqs related to any of these topics, the candidate just needs to click on the link given against it.
MU OET Other FAQs
MU OET General FAQs
Eligibility & Reservation Criteria
MU OET Eligibility & Reservation Criteria FAQs
Application Form & Admit Card
MU OET Application Form & Admit Card FAQs
MU OET Syllabus 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.
Your MET brochure has been successfully mailed to your registered email id .
The Question containing Inaapropriate or Abusive Words
Question lacks the basic details making it difficult to answer
Topic Tagged to the Question are not relevant to Question
Question drives traffic to external sites for promotional or commercial purposes
The Question is not relevant to User
Regular exam updates, QnA, Predictors, College Applications & E-books now on your Mobile