MHT-CET 2020 TO BE HELD IN COMPUTER BASED MODE - KNOW THE FACTS HERE

  • Mar 06,2019

MHT CET 2019-2020 will be conducted in online mode for the first time in academic year 2019-20. The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra has released the syllabus and marking scheme for the Computer Based Test (CBT) MHT-CET 2019-20.

Syllabus Details :-

The questions will be based on the syllabus of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (HSC).

Approximately 20% weightage will be given to class 11 syllabus and 80% weightage will be given to class 12 syllabus.

The MHT-CET 2019-20 question papers will cover entire syllabus of class 12.

Following topics from class 11 syllabus will also be covered in the question paper :-

Physics - Measurements, Scalars & Vectors, Force, Friction in solids and liquids, Refraction of light, Ray optics, Magnetic effect of electric current, Magnetism.

Chemistry - Some basic concepts of chemistry, States of matter: Gases & liquids, Redox reaction, Surface chemistry, Nature of chemical bond, Hydrogen, s- block elements (Alkali and alkaline earth medals), Basic principles and techniques in Organic chemistry, Alkanes.

Mathematics - Trigonometric functions,  Trigonometric functions of Compound Angles, Factorisation, Formulae, Straight Line, Circle and conics, Sets, Relations & functions, Probability, Sequences and series.

Biology (Botany) - Diversity in organisms, Biochemistry of cell, plant water relations and Mineral Nutrition, Plant Growth & development.

Biology (Zoology) - Organization of cell, Animal tissues, Human Nutrition, Human Respiration

Paper pattern :-

The Computer Based Test for MHT CET 2019-20 will have three papers.

Paper I will be Mathematics, Paper II will be Physics and Chemistry, and Paper III will be Biology (Zoology and Botany).

Each paper will carry 100 marks and will have multiple choice questions.

In case of Mathematics, the question paper will have 50 questions carrying 2 marks each.

In case of Paper II and III, there would 100 objective questions carrying 1 mark each.

No negative marking :-

There will be no negative marking, however the difficulty level for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry will be of JEE Main level and the difficulty level for Biology paper will be of NEET UG level.

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