Although the syllabus of the MHT-CET is exactly identical to that of the Std. XII, the pattern of the question paper is entirely different vis-a-vis the Std. XII question papers. The Std. XII Exam is a subjective type exam, whereas the MHT-CET is an objective type exam. The students get less than a minute per question in Paper I as well as in Paper II and about 1.8 minutes per question in Paper III of MHT-CET. Thus accuracy and speed are the two main aspects of the MHT-CET.
We strongly recommend the State Board since the MHT-CET is based on the State Board Syllabus.
Students should select a college which offers an Integrated Program for Std. XI+XII + MHT-CET. Selecting such a college will help the students to synchronize his Std.XI, XII and MHT-CET. This avoids the unnecessary duplication of attending College and Classes separately and thus results in huge saving of time.
We recommend that Engineering aspirants should take Bi-focal subjects (ofcourse along with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English). This will reduce their burden of studying for Biology and the 2nd language.
We recommend that Medical aspirants should take IT subject (of course along with Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology and English). This will reduce their burden of studying for the 2nd language.
Our Faculty is very friendly and approachable.
Video Lectures of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology are available online for our students so that they can go through the missed lecture of their interest. Every student is provided with a user id & password to avail the facility.
All branches are good. It really depends on the child’s interest. Over the past few years Computers, IT & Electronics, Tele-communication & Mechanical have been the preferred choice amongst students.
The top most Medical colleges in Mumbai are G.S.Medical College, Grant Medical College, Lokmanya Medical College and Topiwala National College.