NEET Vs. MHT CET | “One exam to seat them all” the NEET has been imposed (effective from this year itself). State governments have been given the choice to either accept the NEET or to hold their state PMT/CETs for medical seats in the state for 2016. All states will most likely have to join the NEET system by 2017.
Either way, it is going to be implemented; we intend to show you here how different would it be for a student preparing for MHT CET to come on to a national level NEET exam.
MHT CET exams were based solely on the syllabus of 12th class.
a. Biology –
The living world.
Community health services & measures.
Conquest of Land.
b. Physics –
Physical world & Measurement.
Law of motion.
Energy & power.
c. Chemistry –
Derivatives of Alkanes & Fluorine and Hydrogen Fluoride.
Third Row Elements.
Marking Scheme for NEET Vs MHT CET:
NEET – +4/-1
MHT CET – No negative marks
NEET – (180 qsts. * 4 mks.) = 720 mks.
MHT CET – (200 qsts. * 1 mark) = 200 mks.
NEET Vs MHT CET | Difficulty level increased/decreased:
The difficulty level has undoubtedly increased. If the level of Maharashtra entrance is 65, then the level of NEET is 100. Additional skills are required and there’s increased competition. Hence you will require putting additional efforts.
Need to change coaching class:
Since we are comparing the state exams with a national level exam, considering the need to change classes becomes important. There is no significant difference between the two syllabi and hence there is no need to change your coaching class per se. Although the change is not necessarily required, if you feel that your current classes do not comprehensively assist you with the required resources to score well then its advisable to change it. The best advise is that try and attend a demo lecture and understand the level at which they will operate and accordingly make a decision.
NEET Vs MHT CET | Study Plan:
There’s a need to change your books first and foremost.
You can find the best books for NEET here.
MHT CET doesn’t have negative markings, so students are used to attempting the question and trying their luck. NEET, on the other hand, has negative markings and hence careful attention is required in the selection of questions and the confidence with which you solve it.
This also implies a lot of tests would be required to be given to liberate yourself from the habit of attempting all questions. Further, MHT CET requires knowledge about the subject, NEET, in addition, requires deduction skills and speed.
Weightage of NEET Vs. MHT CET
MHT CET weightage:
NEET Vs MHT CET | Physics (20 Chapters)
Kinetic Theory Of Gases And Radiation – 12%
Oscillations – 8%
Atoms, Molecules And Nuclei – 8%
Rotational Motion – 7%
Electrostatics – 7%
Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current – 6%
Electromagnetic Induction – 6%
Semiconductors – 6%
Wave Motion – 5%
Magnetism – 5%
Circular Motion – 4%
Surface Tension – 4%
Interference And Diffraction – 4%
Current Electricity – 4%
Gravitation – 3%
Stationary Waves – 3%
Electrons And Photons – 3%
Elasticity – 2%
Wave Theory Of Light – 2%
Communication Systems -1%
NEET Vs MHT CET | Mathematics (20 Chapters)
Trigonometric Functions: 8%
Three Dimensional Geometry: 8%
Probability Distribution: 8%
Applications of Derivatives: 5%
Differential Equations: 5%
Bernoulli Trials And Binomial Distribution: 4%
Pair Of Straight Lines: 3%
Linear Programming Problems: 3%
Applications of Definite Integrals: 3%
Mathematical Logic: 2%
Chemistry (16 Chapters)
Chemical Thermodynamics And Energetics: 15%
p-Block Elements – Group 15 To 18: 9%
Coordination Compounds: 9%
d And f Block Elements: 8%
Alcohols, Phenols And Ethers: 8%
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen: 8%
Solid State: 6%
Solutions And Colligative Properties: 6%
Chemical Kinetics: 5%
Halogen Derivatives Of Alkanes And Arenes: 5%
Aldehydes, Ketones And Carboxylic Acids: 5%
Chemistry In Everyday Life: 5%
General Principles And Processes Of Isolation Of Elements: 0%