MAH CET 2019 Exam Commences: Key Points to Follow in the Exam Hall

MAH CET 2019 Exam Commences: Key Points to Follow in the Exam Hall
Khushboo Verma | Mar 9, 2019 - 10:13 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MARCH 9: The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test or MAH CET 2019 has been commenced by DTE, Maharashtra and will be held in multiple online sessions throughout March 9 and March 10, 2019. The total exam duration will be 150 minutes or 2.5 hours although candidates will be required to remain at the venue for a total duration of 4 hours. This includes the time required for various formalities as well as the exam duration. The MAH CET 2019 tests candidates on their concepts and understanding in a variety of areas of study which includes verbal ability and reading comprehension, logical reasoning, abstract reasoning, and quantitative aptitude.

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It is important to note that candidates will not be permitted within the exam hall unless they posses the hall ticket as well as a valid photo ID. Additionally, candidates who arrive late to the exam venue will not be permitted inside the exam hall.

Candidates should keep the following points in mind when inside the exam hall:

  • Candidates must not carry any form of stationery or study material with them except for a ball-point pen.

  • Paper for rough work will be provided to the candidates at the test venue. Candidates must ensure that the paper is submitted to the Test Administrator before leaving the exam hall.

  • As MAH CET 2019 is a computer-based test, candidates must ensure that they are familiar with the basic interface prior to the exam. Candidates will have to select the most suitable of the 5 answers provided for each MCQ question by ‘mouse clicking’ on the preferred answer.

  • The marking scheme for MAH CET does not comprise negative marking and therefore, candidates should ensure that they attempt all the questions in the exam.

  • The corrected score is derived from the number of questions answered correctly by the candidate while the equated score is calculated from the corrected score by taking the different difficulty level of the questions into consideration. This ensures that the students’ marks incorporate the variation in the different exam sessions of MAH CET.

  • Providing incorrect information or violating the exam process at any stage will lead to disqualification of the candidate for admission.

  • Candidates who are found to be reproducing, disclosing, transmitting, publishing, or storing the test contents or participating in any form of unfair means will have their candidature terminated for the exam.

  • No use of calculators, watches, notebooks, cell phones or any other electronic device will be permitted inside the exam hall.

  • In case any administrative error occurs or an associated problem arises which impacts the test delivery, efforts will be made by the conducting body and the concerned officials in order to rectify the same. This may include the movement of candidates and/or the delay of the test.

  • In case of any administrative error or problem, candidates will not have any claim for a retest and the conduction of the re-exam is at the absolute discretion of the conducting body.




 


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