Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) has started the Manipal Entrance Test (MET) 2021 mock test today, June 05, 2021, on the Safe Exam Browser (SEB) Lite portal. Candidates who have booked their slots for the examination can appear for the mock examination on or before June 08, 2021. The MET 2021 mock test login shall be deactivated after June 08, 2021. This test is being conducted a few days before the Online Remote Proctored Examination (ORPE) to help students get accustomed to this pattern. This shall also prevent any last-minute confusions and chaos during the exam period.
Institute authorities began the MET 2021 slot-booking process on June 01, 2021, which is scheduled to end today at 5:00 pm. All candidates who have successfully booked their slots can access the mock test by checking the login details sent to their registered email ID. After receiving the login details, aspirants must download the SEB Lite application. Once the browser has been downloaded, candidates must enter their login details, sent by Manipal, to access the mock exam. All candidates interested in appearing for the MET 2021 examination are advised to appear for the mock exam to familiarise themselves with the exam pattern.
MAHE is scheduled to conduct the online, remote-proctored entrance exam for all B.Tech. programmes from June 11 to 14, 2021. The exam shall be organised in three slots on each day. Slot 1 shall be held from 9:00 am, the second slot from 12:30 pm and the third slot shall begin from 4:00 pm. Candidates are instructed to log in to the portal 20 minutes prior to exam commencement.
MET 2021 examination for engineering programmes shall be of 2 hours and will comprise 60 questions in total. The paper shall contain two types of questions – 45 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and 15 numerical answer type (NAT) questions. The MCQ section shall cover questions from four subjects, namely Mathematics (15), Physics (10), Chemistry (10) and English (10). Similarly, the NAT section shall be divided into three sections – Mathematics (5), Physics (5) and Chemistry (5).
The entrance exam will be held for a total of 240 marks. In the MCQ section, each correct answer carries 4 marks while 1 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. No marks shall be deducted for unanswered questions. Whereas, in the NAT section, 4 marks will be awarded for every correct answer but there is no negative marking. Candidates must bear in mind that they shall be given only one attempt to appear for the exam. MAHE authorities shall not entertain any requests for a re-exam under any circumstances.