State Common Entrance Cell of Maharashtra is issuing the MBA CET 2019 Hall Ticket on March 01, 2019. As per the official schedule, candidates who have registered for the exam will able to download the hall ticket from the candidates’ login. The admit card for MBA CET will be available at cetcell.mahacet.org. Use the registration number and password to access the hall ticket for the MBA CET exam on March 09 and 10, 2019.
For now, candidates can take the print out of the application form using the login credentials. The admit cards will be uploaded soon for each students’ dashboard. The exam conducting body may release the hall ticket for CET by 12 Noon. However, no exact timing has been mentioned on the website. The last date to download the hall ticket is March 10, 2019. Even candidates have to keep it safe until the completion of counselling and admission process.
The CET cell of Maharashtra also sends intimations to students via SMS on their registered mobile number to download the hall ticket. The process to download the CET 2019 Hall ticket is a 3-step procedure. First, visit the official website, thereafter fill the login details and finally download the PDF for the exam day.
The exam conducting body has also notified the important items to take on the exam day. Candidates having any of the missing documents will not be allowed to appear for the examination. So, all the test takers on the exam day must have an admit card, identity proof, and a photograph. Also, carry a ballpoint blue/ black pen to attempt the paper. Candidates will get the rough sheets that need to be submitted after the completion of the exam.
As there are only a few days left for the exam, candidates must revise and take mock tests on a regular basis. Solving the previous year question papers are the best source to prepare for the exam. Candidates can enroll themselves for the online tests that have questions related to the exam pattern of CET. Candidates can also re-check the syllabus of the exam available at the official website.
MBA CET is a computer-based examination of 150 minutes. Each question has a weight-age of 1 mark each. The best part about Maharashtra CET is that there is no negative marking for incorrect answers. Students can easily maximize their number of attempts. The paper is based on four sections naming logical reasoning, abstract reasoning, quantitative aptitude, and VARC. The number of questions in these sections is 75, 25, 50, and 50 respectively.
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