MHT CET Answer Key 2020: 19 October Shift 1/2 Question Paper Analysis, Explained

Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell conducts MHT CET Engineering exam on October 19, 2020 in two shifts. After successful conduct of Computer Based test, candidates appear for the MHT CET 19 Oct exam, can check out the provisional Answer key at and shift 1, 2 paper analysis.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Oct 20, 2020 08:15 IST
MHT CET Answer Key 2020: 19 October Shift 1/2 Question Paper Analysis, Explained
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Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell (CET Cell) organizing the MHT CET 19 October 2020 Computer Based test for PCM group courses, would display Answer key. Cell to release MHT CET provisional Answer key for PCM and PCB groups at its website Candidates appear for the MHT CET 19 October PCM Group courses (Engineering) shift 1/ 2 online exam will can check the availability of solutions, response sheet and notice on raising challenges against provisional key.

Ahead of the publication of MHT CET PCM provisional Answer key, candidates can have a look to the MHT CET 19 Oct, 1st Shift/ 2nd Shift question paper analysis. A detailed analysis of MHT CET Engineering paper along with the difficulty level would be provided here. From students' reactions, reviews to the Experts' analysis and un-official solutions, candidates can check the Common Entrance Test (CET) Question paper analysis. 

As per reports, MHT CET Cell on Monday, October 19 successfully conducts Maharashtra CET exam (Engineering) for PCM group courses. Cell resumed the MHT CET (PCM) examination after a gap of two days i.e 17 & 18 October. The examination was conducted following the social-distancing norms.

The Shift 1 and 2 question paper carried a total 200 Questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics sections in a duration of 3 hours (180 minutes). Onlien computer-based examination was held in two successive shifts. i.e Morning and Afternoon sessions. The First shfit exam began at 09:00 a.m and lasted at 12:00 noon, whereas, the second shift paper held from 02.00 p.m to 05.00 p.m.

In MHT CET 5 October 2020 held Online examination, questions were asked in English, Urdu and Marathi languages. MHT CET PCM 19 October paper was held encrypted in Urdu & Marathi languages

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The Question Paper contained  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with four Answer Options for each question. Each question had four alternatives of Answers, out of which only One Alternative was the Correct Answer. In the Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics subjects each question was of 1 mark. Total duration for the Online examination was 180 minutes, in which a candidate had to solve 200 Questions. It should be noted that there is no negative marking in the MHT CET PCM paper.

Chemistry: Questions in this section were asked from Basic concepts of Chemistry, States of Matter: Gases and liquids, Redox reaction, Hydrogen & its compounds, s-Block elements (Alkali and alkaline earth metals), Basic principles & techniques in Organic Chemistry, Solution, Electrochemistry, Co-ordination Compound, Bio-molecules, Polymers, Chemistry in Everyday Life (DNA, RNA), Chemical Kinetics, p-block elements.

Physics: Motion in a straight line, Motion in plane, Atoms & Nuclei, Dual Nature of Matter, Optics, Newton's Laws, Electrostatics, Electromagnetism, Current Electricity, Alternate Current, Communication Systems, Electrostatics, Unit & Measurements, Gravitation, Work-Power & Energy and Semiconductors.

Here is expert's video representational analysis of MHT CET 19 Oct, 2020 exam.

Video Credit- GanitAnk

Mathematics- Questions asked were from the Matrices & Determinant, Pair of Straight Lines, Circle, Conics, Trigonometric Functions, Vectors, 3-D Geometry, Probability Plane, Linear Programming, Continuity, Applications of Derivative, Integration, Differentiation, Applications of Definite Integral, Differential Equation, Probability Distribution, Bernoulli Theorem, Sets & Relation, Function, Algebra, Calculus and Vector etc.

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