MHT-CET 2020 Preparation Guide for Students to utilize Covid Lockdown

  • Apr 03,2020

The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra has postponed the ensuing MHT-CET 2020 examination because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier, MHT-CET 2020 was scheduled to be held between 13 to 23 April. The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra in the latest notification announced that as of now the examination will be rescheduled & detailed Circular will be displayed shortly on 30th April 2020. 

The exact exam date will be announced later after evaluating the situation.

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Since the MHT-CET Exam date has been extended and there is a nationwide lockdown in the country because of coronavirus outbreak, the students who aspire to appear for the MHT-CET 2020 are advised to utilize this extra time to prepare for the examination.

Here is a simple guide on how to prepare for the upcoming MHT-CET Exam 2020 entrance examination:

Revise the syllabus

In the MHT-CET exam, questions are asked from both class 11 and class 12 syllabus. The students are advised to go back to their Textbook and revised all chapters of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology subjects. Use your short notes to revise quickly.

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Prepare important notes

If you haven't yet prepared the short notes then First, understand the concept and then write in your own words so that it's easier for you to revise at the last minute. 

Add relaxation in your study time table

While you prepare a time table for MHT-CET 2020 exam, make sure you keep a few hours for relaxation. Studying without a break can take a toll on your mental health. Do some form of exercise or yoga, listen to music, play indoor games with your friends.

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Practice for exam day

Use the previous years' question papers, Solve online mock tests for MHT-CET, and sample questions to practice for the exam. A consistent practice of the question papers daily is very important to develop your strategy for exam day. Measure key parameters like your accuracy, solving speed, etc. Try to get achieve maximum accuracy & minimum solving time. 

Lastly, Stay safe & keep a positive attitude towards the exam. 

All The Best!

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