Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell on Friday, September 24 holds the MHT CET first shift examination for PCM (Engineering) group. The test comprising of objective type questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics is held with moderate difficulty at the designated centres across the state. The candidates now can check the analysis of MHT CET 24 September first shift exam here.
According to the responses provided by candidates, today's 1st shift exam was balanced, however, and questions from Physics were a bit difficult in comparison to Chemistry and Mathematics.
A total 150 questions were asked from the candidates. As many as 100 questions were asked from Mathematics, 50 questions each from Physics and Chemistry subjects. All the questions have to be attempted in a time duration of 180 minutes.
According to the candidates, approximately 10 questions were asked from the Class 11th syllabus, whereas, majority of the questions were based on the Class 12th syllabus. In Mathematics, the maximum number of marks that can be allotted to a candidate is 100, whereas, in Physics and Chemistry, 50 marks. The level of the MHT CET is at par with the JEE Main paper 1.
Chemistry: Questions in this section were asked from topics including- 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, Alkanes, etc.
Physics: A total of 50 questions were asked from topics including Units & Measurements, Scalars, and Vectors Quantity, Force, Friction in solids and liquids, Refraction of Light, Ray optics, Magnetic effect of Electric Current, Magnetism, Communication system, etc.
Mathematics - As many as 50 multiple choice questions, each carrying 2 marks are asked from the candidates. The difficulty level of Mathematics has been rated average. The majority of the questions were from topics including Trigonometric, Straight Line, Circle, Probability, Complex Numbers, Functions, and P&C.
Here below is the analysis of MHT CET September 24, 2021, held first shift examination as shared Sameer Shaikh exam expert. The analysis is tentative and answers suggested in it are subject to change.
The official answer key of MHT CET 2021 will be released once the MHT CET examination is over. The provisional answer key of each version of the question paper and candidate’s response will be made available on website mhtcet2021.mahacet.org. The Candidate’s response will be available to each candidate after entering Password and Registration ID. Further, MHT-CET 2021 results will be declared in Percentile for online examination.