Manipal University has released the revised exam schedule for phases 1 and 2 of the MET 2022 exams. As per the official website, the MET is going to be held as a central online test in two phases tentatively scheduled in May and June 2022. The examinations in both the phases shall be held in three respective slots from morning to evening. Candidates can book the slots in which they wish to appear for the exam by visiting the official website, manipal.edu.
MET 2022 – Revised dates
Earlier, the university had scheduled the exams for different dates, however, with no clear reason put forward, the dates of the exam were revised for phases 1 and 2. The candidates can check out the complete revised timetable for both the phases in the table mentioned below:
|Phase 1||May 14, 15 and 16, 2022||B.Tech, B.Pharm / PharmD, |
BA Media & Communication, BBA, B.Sc. Nursing
|Phase 2||June 1, 2 and 3, 2022||B.Tech, B.Pharm / PharmD, |
BA Media & Communication, BBA, B.Sc. Nursing,
M.Sc. Clinical Psychology, M.Phil Clinical Psychology
MET Slot Booking
With this, the university has also released the slots under which the candidates can appear for the examination. As per the website, three slots have been arranged for the MET exams. Candidates going to appear for the exam have to register for any of three slots. This slot booking is completely cost-free and shall operate on a first come first serve basis. Candidates who do not book their slots on their own shall not be allowed to take up the test. Once booked, any further changes in the slot will not be allowed under any circumstances.
|Slots||Login Time||Test Start Time|
|Slot 1||8:40 AM||9:00 AM|
|Slot 2||12.10 PM||12.30 PM|
|Slot 3||3:40 PM||4:00 PM|
MET (Manipal Entrance Test) is an annual test conducted by the university for providing admission to students in the UG and PG programmes. The exam shall be held in the computer-based test mode for a duration of 120 minutes. The exam usually has 60 questions from the subjects relevant to the examination. The questions in the written exam are usually multiple-choice and numerical aptitude-based.