MHT CET

MHT CET 2024 Exam Pattern & Marking Scheme

MHT CET 2024 Exam Pattern MHT CET Exam Pattern
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MHT CET 2024 examination will be conducted in online mode (Computer Based Test) for PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) and PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) groups separately.

The marks obtained in one group will not be transferred to another. The syllabus and weightage for the exam are based on the State Council of Educational Research and Training Maharashtra.

Approximately 20% weightage will be given to Std. XI curriculum and 80% weightage to Std. XII curriculum. There is no negative marking, but the difficulty level will be similar to JEE (Main) for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry, and NEET for Biology.

The MHT CET 2024 exam consists of three question papers, each carrying 100 marks. The medium of the question paper can be English, Marathi, or Urdu for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, while Mathematics paper will be in English only.

Highlights

  • Exam Mode: Online (Computer Based Test)
  • Groups: PCM and PCB (separate exams)
  • No transfer of marks between groups
  • Syllabus: State Council of Educational Research and Training Maharashtra
  • Weightage: 20% from Std. XI curriculum, 80% from Std. XII curriculum
  • No negative marking
  • Difficulty level: JEE (Main) for Math, Physics, and Chemistry; NEET for Biology
  • Three question papers: Mathematics (100 marks), Physics and Chemistry (100 marks), Biology (100 marks)
  • Time duration: 180 minutes for all three papers
  • Language: English/Marathi/Urdu for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology; English only for Mathematics

MHT CET 2024 Exam Pattern

Paper I: Mathematics

SubjectNo. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based on Std. XI SyllabusNo. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based on Std. XII SyllabusMark(s) Per QuestionTotal MarksDuration in Minutes
Mathematics1040210090

Paper II: Physics and Chemistry

SubjectNo. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based on Std. XI SyllabusNo. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based on Std. XII SyllabusMark(s) Per Question
Physics10401
Chemistry10401
  • Total Marks : 100
  • Total Duration : 90 Minutes

Paper III: Biology

SubjectNo. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based on Std. XI SyllabusNo. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based on Std. XII SyllabusMark(s) Per QuestionTotal MarksDuration in Minutes
Biology2080110090

Language of Question Paper

  • The medium/language of the question paper can be selected as English, Marathi, or Urdu for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
  • However, the Mathematics paper will be available only in English.
  • Candidates should carefully select their preferred language before submitting the application form.

Time and Duration of Examination

PapersDuration
PCM Group (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)180 minutes
PCB Group (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)180 minutes

FAQs

The MHT CET 2024 exam will be conducted in online mode as a Computer-Based Test (CBT).

Yes, you have the option to appear for either one or both examination groups (PCM and PCB). The choice once exercised cannot be altered.

No, the marks obtained in one group will not be transferred to another group. Each group’s marks will be considered separately.

No, there is no negative marking for incorrect answers in the MHT CET 2024 exam.

Approximately 20% weightage is given to the 11th standard curriculum, while 80% weightage is given to the 12th standard curriculum in setting the question paper.

The difficulty level of the MHT CET 2024 exam for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry will be at par with JEE (Main), and for Biology, it will be at par with NEET. The questions will mainly be application-based.

The MHT CET 2024 exam consists of three papers, namely Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry, or Biology. Each paper is of 100 marks, and the marking scheme varies for different subjects.

The question papers for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are available in English, Marathi, and Urdu languages. However, the Mathematics paper is available only in English

No, the choice of medium/language of the question paper, once selected by the candidate, is irrevocable. Therefore, it should be carefully chosen during the application process.

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