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MU OET Preparation FAQs 2018: If you want your exam preparation to work like a well-oiled machine, go through the MU OET Preparation FAQs. It is because the MU OET 2018 Preparation FAQs not only has answers to all the key questions that trouble candidates the most, but is designed to guide the candidate ace the exam. Also, the MU OET aspirant through this article will learn how to do a balancing act when simultaneously also preparing for other exams, be it JEE Mains or board exams. Go through the complete lists of questions covered in MU OET Preparation FAQs 2018, to get additional insights into the exam and how to go about your preparation.
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Q. When should I start my MU OET preparation?
The syllabus of MU OET is similar to 10+2 Board/University syllabus, so the candidate easily prepare for the exam alongside preparation for their 10+2 exams, starting in Class XI.
Q. How much of class XI and XII syllabus comes in MU OET? Can you give me important topics from each?
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There is no clarity on how much marks will be asked from Class XI and XII syllabi, so it is advisable that candidates don’t ignore any topic.
Q. Is there a difference in JEE Main & MU OET Preparation?
MU OET 2018 will have objective (MCQs) questions from four subjects - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and General English. Among the subjects, Mathematics carry the maximum weightage. JEE Main 2018, though, will not have any questions from General English. That is not all, as all the three subjects carry equal weightage. The candidate, therefore, would have to take these aspects into consideration when preparing for the respective exams.
Also, while solving sample papers and taking mock tests are recommended for MU OET, they are absolutely necessary for JEE Main.
Q. I am unable to prepare for MU OET separately? Should I prepare for only JEE Main & Class 12?
Even if the candidate is not able to prepare for MU OET 2018 separately, it shouldn’t be a concern. It is because questions asked in the exam are at par with most Class 12 syllabi. Also, JEE Main is a much more advanced exam, and preparing for it will automatically take care of most topics asked in MU OET.
Q. What are the best books to prepare for MU OET?
To prepare for MU OET, the candidate can rely on NCERT books, which are very good for building concepts. Also, at the end of each chapter of these books, there are problem sets that can be used for testing one’s learning.
Once these books are taken care of, the candidate may refer more advanced books – Click Here
The books listed in the link are picked for JEE Main preparation but can be used by MU OET candidates as well.
Q. How to prepare for MU OET?
To get a good score in MU OET, the candidate must follow the following points:
Follow the syllabus and exam pattern of MU OET: If you don’t want to engage yourself in a wild goose chase, follow the syllabus and exam pattern of MU OET.
Make a preparation strategy: Decide which topics needs to be taken up first and on time allotment. Remember, you have to make extra time for the difficult topics.
Start your preparation early: One benefit of starting your preparation with sufficient time in hand is you can get beneath the surface of each topic and learn the underlying concepts. If you couple it by solving sufficient problems, you will have the concepts etched in your mind.
Solve problem sets: The more problem sets you solve, the more grasp you will have over the subject. Your problem solving ability will develop by leaps and bounds, and with that your confidence. Also, it is by solving problems you will be able to identify weak areas.
Take notes: Personal notes can speed up your preparation, provided they are well made, as you don’t have to go through huge blocks of text every time you have to do a revision.
Solve sample papers: Sample papers contain similar type of questions to the ones asked in the entrance, so they can help you access your progress and test time management.
Q. Which are the important topics for Maths, Physics and Chemistry for MU OET?
If one goes weightage wise, Mathematics with 70 questions is the most important subject. Physics and Chemistry each will have 50 questions are of equal weightage. Also, the exam conducting body hasn’t disclosed anything on important topics. So, the candidate is urged not to neglect any topic.
Q. Can I crack MU OET if I prepare in 3 months?
If you only have three months to prepare for MU OET 2018, you must pick up speed immediately. For preparation follow these points:
Follow the MU OET syllabus and exam pattern
Make a study plan and stick to it
Read fast, but not carelessly
Take note of important all points. Also, maintain a separate note of all important formula
Solve sample and previous years’ question papers
Do timely revision
Don’t waste lots of time to complete a topic, if you are finding it too difficult. Move on to other topics, where you can score more
Q. Are Class 12 books enough for MU OET or should you refer to other books?
They should be enough to prepare for MU OET, as the syllabus for the entrance exam is of the same difficulty level as 10+2 Board/University exam. If the candidate wants, he/she may read more advanced books, especially those prescribed for JEE Main.
Q. How to prepare for MU OET in the last months?
In the last few months of preparation, the candidate must:
Not take up too many new topics
Plug the gaps where they exist
Stay and eat healthy
Don’t create too much expectation
The candidate can take a look at FAQs of other topics from the table below.
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 Pattern 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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