DTE Maharashtra will conduct MHT CET 2018 on May 10 in the offline mode. However, other important dates of MHT CET 2018 are still not announced. The MHT CET 2018 will be held for 2 papers – Paper I for Mathematics and Paper II for Physics and Chemistry for 1.30 hours each. The application form of MHT CET 2018 is expected to be released in the second week of February in the online mode. Candidates who will be applying for MHT CET must check and meet the eligibility criteria before proceeding towards filling the application form.
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What are the New Additions to MHT CET 2018?
To fill the MHT CET 2018 application form, it is a must for candidates to enter their Aadhaar Card details.
The examination authority has announced that 20% weightage will be given to class 11 syllabus and remaining 80% weightage will be given to class 12 syllabus in the MHT CET 2018 exam.
The MHT CET 2018 difficulty level will be raised to the level of JEE Main.
There will be approximately 10 questions from class 11 syllabus. While from 12th standard, there will be 40 questions.
No questions will be asked from the chapter on complex numbers of Class 11 in the entrance exam.
What all Candidates need to know about MHT CET 2018 Exam Pattern?
DTE Maharashtra will determine the exam pattern of MHT CET 2018. The MHT CET exam pattern 2018 includes marking scheme, the total number of questions and marks, nature of the questions, mode of the test, etc. Candidates who will be appearing for MHT CET 2018 must check the exam pattern before preparing for the entrance test.
Total number of Questions (MCQs)
Marks allotted per question
Physics & Chemistry
50+50 = 100
The exam conducting body, DTE Maharashtra had re-introduced MHT CET in the year 2016. Prior to this in 2014 and 2015, the state level engineering colleges would offer admission to candidates based on JEE Main score. According to the media records, every year more than 4 lakh candidates appear in the state level engineering entrance test for admission to B.Tech programmes across the participating institutes.