The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH CET) 2017 is finally done with and now people are talking about MH CET 2017 answer key, analysis and results.
All those candidates who submitted their applications between February 14th and March 23rd appeared for the entrance exam. According to details we have at our disposal, as many as 3.9 lac candidates sat for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH CET) 2017 that will allow them to get admissions to First year of full time Degree Courses of Technical Education like Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy and Pharma.D for the academic year 2017-18.
It has only been a day since the MH CET 2017 was conducted and students and their parents are already eagerly waiting for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH CET) 2017 answer key, analysis, results. Those waiting for the result should note that the MH CET results will be declared on June 4th with the merit list coming out sometime in the second week of June.
While students and their parents are aware of how the cut off marks are calculated, there are still those who are confused about how these things go about. Cut off is calculated based on the number of applications received and how many candidates appeared for the exam. The primary requirement for a student to be considered for the merit list is that they should have minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. However, in case of SC/ST & PWD Categories the minimum aggregate is reduced to 40%. Then comes the actual cut-off. The higher the number of candidates and their overall marks, the higher the cut-off.
Official MHT CET answer key with solutions will be provided soon.
Some important thing that you need to keep in mind. Students who are seeking admissions to Engineering and Technology are appeared in both Paper 1 and Paper 2. Students seeking admission to Pharmacy/ Pharm.D are appeared in Paper 2 as well as in Paper 1 and/or Paper 3.
One released, the official Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHCET) 2017 answer key and results will be published here.
Here’s the analysis of the Maharashtra CET 2017: