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MU OET Syllabus FAQs 2018: Candidates who have any doubts related to the syllabus of the entrance exam can get them cleared by going through the MU OET 2018 syllabus FAQs. Some of the common queries that candidates have is about the level of the exam, and weightage of questions asked in MU OET. MU OET Syllabus FAQs deals with all such questions so that the candidate can accommodate all key elements in their preparation and get a good score. Admission to B.Tech courses at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education will be based on AIR of the candidate in MU OET 2018. Application form of MU OET 2018 opened on October 17, with last date to apply being March 11.
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Q. What is the Syllabus of MU OET Paper?
Ans: The question paper of MU OET 2018 will include questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and General English. To check the MU OET syllabus 2018 in detail – Click Here
Q. Is the MU OET syllabus same as Class 11 & 12?
Ans: The MU OET 2018 syllabus will be at par with the Class XI and XII syllabus of major 10+2 Boads/Universities.
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Q. Is it true that more questions come from class 12 than class 11 in MU OET?
Ans: There is no such rule that more questions will be asked from class 12, or vice versa.
Q. What are the important topis in MU OET in Physics, Maths and Chemistry?
Ans: It is generally not a smart idea to skip topics if you are aiming a high score. That being said, electromagnetism and optics of Class XII Physics are relatively important topics. In case of Physics Class XII, you must ensure you have a good grip over mechanics.
In case of Chemistry, atomic structure, chemical bonding and chemical kinetics are scoring topics. Meanwhile, matrices, vector algebra, 3D geometry, and diffferential equation are important topics.
Q. What subjects should I prepare for MU OET?
Ans: The MU OET 2018 question paper included questions from four subjects – Mathematics (70 questions), Physics (50), Chemistry (50), and English & General Aptitude (30). As it is evident, Mathematics will carry maximum weightage. So, when preparing for the exam, candidate need to pay more attention to the subject than the rest.
The table below deals with FAQs related to other topics like application form, exam pattern, and exam preparation. Click on the link against the topic you would like to read.
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MU OET Eligibility & Reservation Criteria FAQs
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MU OET Application Form & Admit Card FAQs
MU OET Exam Pattern FAQs
MU OET Exam Preparation 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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