MHT CET 2020 Exam Analysis (Oct 01-09)
MHT CET 2020 for the PCB stream is being conducted from October 01 to 09, and the exam for the PCM stream will be conducted from October 12 to 20, 2020. As the MHT CET exam will be conducted in multiple slots or sessions, the candidates can check the detailed exam analysis of each slot here. This will help the candidates appearing for the other slots or shifts in last-minute revision. The exam analysis of MHT CET 2020 shall include difficulty level, important questions, chapters with most weightage etc.
On this page, the candidates can check the detailed analysis shift wise along with memory-based questions and answers.
MHT CET 1st Oct 2020 (PCB) Shift 2 Exam Analysis
According to some students, there were 30-40% questions from previous years’ question papers. Almost 20-25 questions in both shifts are from previous years’ question papers.
The analysis for the Shift 2 exam of MHT CET 2020 scheduled on October 01, 2020, will be updated here. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can your feedback via Whats-App Number 7219193716.
Overall Difficulty Level of the Shift 2 Exam: Moderate (Almost 30 Easy Questions)
Difficulty Level of Physics: Moderate
Difficulty Level of Biology (Botany & Zoology): Easy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of Chemistry: Easy
Topics with Most Weightage in Botany & Zoology: There were questions from Organisms, Animal Husbandry, Human Reproduction etc.
Topics with Most Weightage in Physics: Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases(2 Questions), Rotational Motion, Modern Physics, Nuclear Physics, Circular Motion – 3 Questions, Gravitation- 3 questions
Topics with Most Weightage in Chemistry: Chemical Bonding, P-block elements (4 Questions)
Good Score: 150+
Memory Based Questions Shift Afternoon October 1
Q.1 The temperature of a black body is given which is between 300 K to 400 K. it is emitting radiation. There is another body whose temperature has been doubled. Area of both the bodies is given. The area of the second body is double the area of the first body. What will be Q2:Q1?
Ans : 32
Q.2 A particle is moving at a speed of 10 m/s in a circular motion. The radius of the paths is R = 2m. The mass of the particle is 2 KG. What is the centripetal force?
Ans : 100 N
Q.3 A disc is revolving with an initial angular velocity of wi. After some time ‘t’ the disc stops rotating. The mass and radius of the disc were given. What will be the torque?
Q.4 Find oxidation of Phosphorous in Phosphoric acid.
Q.5 A disc is revolving with an initial angular velocity of wi. After some time ‘t’ the disc stops rotating. The mass and radius of the disc were given. What will be the torque?
Q.6 A particle is moving at a speed of 10 m/s in a circular motion. The radius of the paths is R = 2m. The mass of the particle is 2 KG. What is the centripetal force?
Q.7 A slab is given, and its K is 10 W / mK. Temperature is given at its left-hand side surface 200oC, the temperature of the right-hand surface is 50oC. The thickness of the slab is 2 m and the width is 2.5 m and the length is 1.5 m. Find the rate of heat transfer
Memory Based Concepts Shift Afternoon October 1
- There was a question on the Movement of Inertia (Solid Sphere – Mass/ Radius Given)
- There was a question on the Parallel Axis Theorem
- There was a question on Bohr Model
- First Law of Thermodynamics
- There was a question on Stephen’s Law
- There was a question on Radiation (a surface is given black body and figure out temperature)
- Work done by gas is +ve or -ve
- A particle travels with a speed of 10 m/ second, and mass is 2kg. What is Fc?(Ans – 100N)
- A disc revolves with the velocity w=wi Disk (M, R) given. What is Torque? The disc stopped at ‘t’
- One question on Friction
- oxidation number of k2cr04
- De-Broglie Wavelength
MHT CET 1st Oct 2020 (PCB) Shift 2 Question Paper & Answer Key
|Shifts||Question Papers||Answer Key|
|Morning Session||Available Soon||Available Soon|
|Afternoon Session||Available Soon||Available Soon|
|Name Of Exam||Maharashtra Common Entrance Test|
|Exam Date||PCB group – October 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9, 2020.|
PCM group – October 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19 & 20.
|Purpose of the exam||The entrance exam is conducted for admission in B.Tech& B.Pharma courses|
|Mode Of Exam||Online (Computer-Based Test)|
|Minimum Eligibility||Class 12th in PCM or PCB stream|
|Total No. of Groups in MHT CET||2 (PCM & PCB)|
|Marks for MHT CET PCM||200|
|Marks for MHT CET PCB||200|
|Exam Difficulty Level||Moderate|
|Admission Process||CAP (Common Admission Process) is conducted after the announcement of MHT CET results.|
Calculation of MHT CET 2020 Result
The MHT CET entrance examinations will be conducted in multiple shifts which bring out the possibility of difference in difficulty level of question papers sets.
Some candidates may get a relatively tougher set of MHT CET 2020 question papers. In such a case, those candidates who attempt the tougher set of question paper will be able to secure fewer marks compared to the ones who attempted the easier set.
To make sure, the candidates are neither benefitted nor disadvantaged due to the difficulty level of the question paper sets, Normalization method of calculating marks is employed for fair marking practice. A similar method of calculating marks is also employed in several other major entrance examinations such as JEE.
How to Calculate MHT CET 2020 Percentile Score
Based on the candidates’ relative performance appearing for the MHT CET 2020 entrance exam, the authorities will prepare percentile scores. The marks secured by the candidates will be transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0. The percentile scores will reflect the percentage of candidates who have scored less than that particular examination score. The percentile score will be calculated up to 5 decimal points to minimum ties.
With the help of the following formula, the Percentile Score of the candidate will be calculated:
(Number of Candidates in Exam with Normalized Marks < The Candidate) *100/The Total Number of candidates in the Exam – Number of Toppers in the Shift
Note: Percentage of Marks obtained by the candidates will be different from the Percentile Score.
MHT-CET 2020 Merit List
State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra, will release the final MHT-CET 2020 merit list in the last week of October 2020. Candidates may check the MHT-CET merit list 2020 online using their application ID and date of birth. In the final merit list of MHT-CET, the name of shortlisted candidates and their overall ranks will be mentioned. Based on the marks obtained by the candidates in the MHT CET 2020 exam, the concerned authorities will release the merit list of the MHT CET 2020 entrance exam. Based on the merit obtained by the candidates in the entrance exam of MHT CET 2020, they will be invited to attend the MHT CET 2020 counseling process for the allocation of seats.
State Entrance Test Cell of Maharashtra releases the MHT-CET provisional merit list in June, and the candidates have an option to submit their grievances (if any). The final merit list of MHT CET is prepared after taking all the feedback and grievances into account.
Based on the ranks secured in the final merit list of MHT-CET 2020, the seat allotment will be done for admission in Maharashtra’s colleges. Seats will be allotted first to those with higher ranks and, therefore, such candidates will have higher chances of getting access to their desired course and college.
Tie-Breaking Policy for MHT CET 2020
In a scenario where two or more candidates obtain an equal number of marks, an MHT CET 2020 tie-breaking policy will be employed to determine who will get admission first. Following are the details regarding the MHT CET 2020 tie-breaking policy:
- Candidates with minimum incorrect attempts in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology will be given first preference
- Candidates with the least number of wrong attempts Mathematics/Biology will be preferred
- Candidates with less number of wrong attempts in Chemistry will have an advantage
- Those candidates will be prioritized who have secured better marks in the Class XII examination
- Older candidates will be given preference
How to Prepare for MHT CET 2020 in One Month (30 Days)?
Preparing for MHT CET in 30 days is not challenging with a good preparation strategy and study plan. You must note that maximum time must be allocated to the exam preparation in a day, and this will lead you to the best score in the entrance examination. The 30-day preparation strategy or plan involves revision, and learning new concepts or chapters must be avoided. As most of the questions in MHT CET are based on the Class 11th and 12th syllabus, preparing for the exam in 30 days is practically possible.
Before starting the exam preparation, you will have to divide the syllabus so that you can plan the revision accordingly. The syllabus of MHT CET can be divided as follows –
|Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Physics||28|
|Total No. Of Topics to be Revised in Chemistry||26|
|Total No. of Topics to be Revised in Mathematics||28|
|Total No. of Topics to be Revised in Biology||28|
MHT CET 2020 Important Chapters
The most important chapters in Mathematics for MHT CET 2020 are as follows –
|Three-Dimensional Geometrical System||Probability|
|Point and Straight Line||Vector|
|Mathematical Reasoning||Application of Derivates|
|Differential Equation||Matrices and Determinants|
|Continuity and Differentiability|||
The most important chapters in Physics for MHT CET 2020 are as follows –
|Wave Optics||Waves and Sounds|
|Properties of Matter and Fluid Mechanics||Semiconductors and Communication System|
|Oscillations SHM||Rotational Motion|
|Electrostatics||Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current|
|Current Electricity||Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves|
The most important chapters in Chemistry for MHT CET 2020 are as follows –
|P-Block Elements||Biomolecules and Polymers|
|D and F Block Elements||Chemical Thermodynamics|
|Chemical Kinetics||Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Mole Concept|
|Electrochemistry||Solutions and Colligative Properties|
|Hydrocarbons||Alcohols and Ethers|
The most important chapters in Biology for MHT CET 2020 are as follows –
|Human Reproduction||Molecular Basis of Inheritance|
|Evolution||Human Health and Disease|
|Photosynthesis||Respiration in Plants|
|Circulation||Biotechnology and its Applications|
|Control and Coordination||Enhancement in Food Production|
MHT CET Previous Year Question Papers
Solving MHT-CET previous years’ question papers/sample paper is one of the best sources for the exam. By practicing MHT CET sample papers/last years’ question papers, candidates can understand the MHT CET 2020 exam pattern, difficulty level, etc. therefore, candidates planning to take MHT CET are advised to practice previous year question papers and attempt MHT CET 2020 mock tests once they are through with the exam preparation. After taking MHT CET last years’ question papers/sample paper, candidates can analyze their performance level in all sections. They can know the strong and weak areas so that candidates can revise the topics in which they are vulnerable.
Advantages of Solving MHT CET Previous Years’ Question Papers/Sample paper
Mentioned below are some of the advantages of solving MHT CET previous years’ question papers/sample paper:
- With the help of MHT CET’s previous years’ question papers/sample paper, candidates can get an idea of the MHT CET exam pattern, type, and nature of questions asked in the entrance exam. Candidates will also be able to practice different kinds of problems.
- By taking MHT CET previous years’ question papers/sample paper, candidates can improve their question-solving ability, speed, and time-management skills.
- Through solving MHT CET last year papers with solutions, candidates can analyze their strong and weak areas.
- Candidates preparing for the exam can use the MHT CET old question papers as a reference to know the MHT CET previous year papers marking scheme of each section and questions.
- Most importantly, solving MHT CET sample papers and previous years’ question papers gives the candidates the feel of cracking the actual exam and is the only quality practice source required to face the exams.
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