MHT CET Answer Key 2021: September 20 (PCM) Shift 1, 2 Paper Analysis, Questions & Level

Maharashtra CET Cell conducts the MHT CET PCM group online exam on September 20, 2021. It would display the official answer key, once the exam is over. Candidates who appear for the MHT CET 20 September exam in shift 1 or 2 may go through the paper analysis.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 20, 2021 18:15 IST
MHT CET Answer Key 2021: September 20 (PCM) Shift 1, 2 Paper Analysis, Questions & Level
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Maharashtra CET Cell today, on September 20, commenced the MHT CET 2021 PCM group online exam for Engineering aspirants. The computer-based test for shift 1 is reportedly over at all the exam centres. The candidates who appear for MHT CET 2021 (B.E/B.Tech) exam 20 September now can check the paper analysis, asked questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and its unofficial answer key, after the exam is over.

Based on the media reports, the computer-based test is held following the social-distancing norms and safety instructions. Candidates were allowed to carry original hall ticket and original valid Photo id and name change document to the Centre. Only candidates wearing face masks, bringing hand sanitisers were allowed entry at the exam hall. 

MHT CET 2021 PCM online exam on September 20 consisted of MCQs from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The question papers carried a total of 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) containing 4 options. As many as 100 questions were asked from Mathematics, 50 questions each from Physics and Chemistry subjects. The candidates had to attempt all the questions in a time duration of 180 minutes. 

According to the feedback from the candidates, 10 questions were asked from the Class 11th syllabus, whereas, 40 questions were based on the Class 12th syllabus. In Mathematics subject, the maximum number of marks that can be allotted to a candidate is 100, whereas, in Physics and Chemistry, 50 marks.  It should be noted that there is no negative marking in the MHT CET. However, the difficulty level was at par with the JEE (Main) for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, a student told See latest after the examination.

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MHT CET 20 September Shift 1 Paper Analysis:

Mathematics- Questions in this section asked from topics including 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, Bernoulli Theorem, etc.

  • 4 MCQs from Integration, 2 MCQs from Derivation, 1 MCQ on Matrices and Vector-3D each, 4 MCQs on Differential Equation.

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.

  • 12 MCQs were easy and could be solved orally. An average student could attempt 35 questions easily.

Here below are the feedback provided by the students related to the examination. The video analysis shared by the Gyan Lab is provisional and subject to change.

CET Cell has scheduled to conduct MHT CET (PCM) exam 2021 in two shifts i.e Morning shift from 09:00 AM to 12:00 AM and the Afternoon shift from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM. 

MHT CET 20 Sept Shift 2 Analysis:

Here below is the analysis of the MHT CET 20 September 2nd shift paper by newTunr exam experts.

The paper analysis of 2nd shift will be available after the examination is over. The official answer key MHT CET 2021, however, will be displayed on the website cetcell.mahacet.org.