MHT CET 13 October Paper Analysis: Engineering (Shift 1/ 2) Answer key, difficulty level, Explained

Maharashtra state Cell conducts MHT CET Engineering PCM group Computer Based Test on October 13, 2020. Candidates appear for the MHT CET October 13 Shift 1/2 exam can check Paper analysis. Cell to display the Provisional Answer key for MHT CET (PCM) after the examination is over.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Oct 14, 2020 10:28 IST
MHT CET 13 October Paper Analysis: Engineering (Shift 1/ 2) Answer key, difficulty level, Explained
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Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell (CET Cell) to release the Answer key of MHT CET 13 October exam (Engineering) courses. Ahead of the announcement of results, Cell would display provisional and final Answer key of MHT CET PCM group courses in online mode. Candidates appear for the MHT CET 13 October 2020 Shift 1/ 2 online examination can go through the 1st & 2nd shift paper analysis of October 13 held Online Common Entrance test and check the availability of Answer key.

CET Cell organizes the MHT CET Engineering online exam on 13 October 2020 for the second consecutive day. The examination was conducted following the social-distancing, at allotted exam centres in Maharashtra state. According to the information bulletin, CET cell on behalf of Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra state would display provisional Answer key and response sheet at the web site-

As Cell concludes the MHT CET (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) Engineering online examination, an online publication of provisional Answer key/ response sheet to be displayed. Candidates will be able to check the availability of MHT CET 2020 Answer key for Engineering or PCM group courses at As per schedule Cell is conducting the Online Computer-based Examination for PCM courses on 12th, 13th 14th, 15th, 16th, 19th, 20th October 2020. 

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Ahead of the display of MHT CET 2020 Answer key, candidates can check the MHT CET 13 October paper analysis for shift 1 & 2. Candidates can view the overall paper analysis, difficulty level of Engineering shift 1/ 2 exam and weightage given to a particular section of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Experts' views on Maha CET exam, students' reactions after the examination and asked questions in Physics, Chemistry and Maths section, are shared. The medium of the examination was multilingual English or Marathi or Urdu for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. However, the Mathematics Paper was in English only.

MHT CET 2020 PCM online exam October 13 consisted of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics sections. In CET shift 1 & 2 exam a total of 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Class 11th & Class 12th syllabus were asked. The time duration of the MHT CET PCM was allotted 180 minutes. Questions weightage was as follows-

  • Mathematics Std XI – 10 questions, Std XII – 40 questions, Total marks- 100
  • Physics- Std XI – 10 questions, Std XII – 40 questions, total marks- 50
  • Chemistry- Std XI – 10 questions, Std XII – 40 questions, total marks-50

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Mathematics- Questions in this section asked from the Logic statement, Matrices & Determinant, Pair of Straight Lines, Circle, Conics, Trigonometric Functions, Vectors, 3 Dimensional Geometry, Plane, Linear Programming Problems, Continuity, Applications of Derivative, Integration, Differentiation, Applications of Definite Integral, Differential Equation, Probability Distribution, Statistics and Bernoulli Trials and Binomial Distribution.

Chemistry: Questions in this section were asked from Basic concepts of Chemistry, States of Matter: Gases and liquids, Redox reaction, Surface Chemistry, Nature of chemical bond, Hydrogen, s-Block elements (Alkali and alkaline earth metals), Basic principles & techniques in Organic Chemistry and Alkanes.

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Physics: Questions in this section were asked from Units & Measurements, Scalars and Vectors Quantity, Force, Friction in solids and liquids, Refraction of Light, Ray optics, Magnetic effect of Electric Current and Magnetism etc.