The examination date for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test or MHT CET 2021 has not been finalized yet. However, it was seen that a fake examination schedule was circulating on social media platforms. Hence, to avoid any sort of confusion among the candidates, the State Common Entrance Test Cell of Maharashtra has issued a notice regarding the clarification of the MHT CET 2021 examinations. The clarification notice can be accessed from cetcell.mahacet.org.
As per the notice, the competent authority has stated that a schedule for CET examinations has been circulating on social media. In that case, candidates must note that the schedule for the CET examinations is yet to be declared by the authority. Therefore, candidates must not believe in such examination schedules that are now circulating on social media. Also, the schedule for the CET examinations will only be available on the official website cetcell.mahacet.org.
Although the examination dates are not yet announced by the competent authority, candidates are advised to keep up with their preparation. MHT CET 2021 is going to be conducted to admit students to the various undergraduate programmes in engineering, pharmacy and agriculture courses. For that, a good preparation strategy is necessary. Take a look at some effective preparation tips which can help a student ace the examination.
1. The questions for MHT CET, irrespective of the subject, are mostly based on Maharashtra State Board’s curriculum. Thus, those students who belong to CBSE or any other boards should be familiar with the same curriculum.
2. Time management is very crucial for MHT CET because students have to answer 150 questions within 3 hours. All they can do is practice as many mock tests as possible and keep a track of the time taken for solving each test.
3. Most of the time, direct questions are asked from the Chemistry portions. Therefore, do not leave out any reactions and equations. Alternatively, having a handbook for revision purposes can be of great help. Learn all the formulas and make a formula sheet to revise every day.
4. Have a basic knowledge of every chapter can be helpful since there is no negative marking for this examination. As a result, students do not have to worry about losing marks and can attempt as many questions as they want.
5. Focus more on the Class 12 curriculum as 80% weightage is reserved for that. So, be thorough with its syllabus and then switch to Class 11. Make sure that one does not leave any chapter behind.