MH CET Medical 2015 Answer Key
MH CET Medical 2015 Answer Key - The provisional answer key on MH CET Medical 2015 has been displayed by the examination authority Directorate of Medical Education & Research (DMER), Mumbai on May 20, 2015. Candidates can check and download MH CET Medical 2015 answer key of all version from the link given below. Examination authority DMER has published all version of MH CET Medical 2015 question booklet on May 18, 2015 provided to candidates in the entrance exam.
Examination authority has released the MH CET Medical 2015 OMR Answer Sheets of all the candidates on May 25, 2015. Candidates can download their MH CET Medical 2015 OMR Answer Sheets by entering their MH CET Medical 2015 registration ID and password.
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Download MH CET Medical 2015 Answer Key of all version of question booklet from the link given below: The link will updated on availability of MH CET Medical 2015 Answer Key
Download MH CET Medical 2015 question booklet from the link given below:
Candidate can Download MH CET Medical 2015 OMR Answer Sheets from the link given below:
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According to officials, MH CET Medical 2015 entrance exam was conducted on May 7, 2015 for 3 hours duration. The question booklet of MH CET 2015 medical exam had 200 Multiple Choice Questions. There were 50 questions from each section of Physics, Chemistry and 100 questions from Biology section (Botany and Zoology). As per the MH CET Medical 2015 marking scheme, for each correct response candidates scores 1 mark and no mark is to be deducted for wrong answer.
Highlights of MH CET Medical 2015 Answer Key:
Verification of Marks Obtained at MH CET Medical 2015: If any candidates wish to get evaluation of their MH CET Medical 2015 answer sheet then they can file a complaint in a prescribed format. For revaluation of MH CET Medical 2015 answer key, candidates have to send application in prescribed proforma along with self-addressed unstamped envelope submitted to any Divisional Authority, within 4 days of declaration of the result of MH CET 2015 (i.e. June 5, 2015). The complaint must be sent along with Demand Draft/Pay Order of Rs.1000 drawn on any scheduled commercial bank in favour of “Director of Medical Education & Research, Mumbai”, payable at Mumbai
If there is any change in the MH CET Medical 2015 answer key found DMER, will inform the candidate by sending the photocopy of the MH CET Medical 2015 Answer sheet and model answer key to the candidates, after due verification through registered post
Application received regarding MHCET 2015 Answer Key reevaluation after June 9, 2015 will not be entertained
The decision of the Competent Authority in Verification/Rechecking MHCET 2015 Answer Key will be final
MH CET Medical 2015 is a state level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted by Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) for admission to undergraduate medical degree courses in all Government/Municipal Corporation, Government aided Health Science institutions and Private Medical Health Science Colleges/ Institutions of Maharashtra.
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Can I get admission in SMS madical college in state quata, lf I score 640 in NEET. I am in general category.
In neet 2019, 641 marks was the lowest marks that was required for general category for getting a seat in SMS Medical College, Jaipur under Rajasthan state quota
But cut off marks for medical colleges keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
So , you should try to get at least around 650 marks or more to be on the safer side in your neet examination
If I got 120 marks in pcb group in hsc Maharashtra board exam and 550 marks in neet then can I get mbbs seat in Maharashtra GMC if I belongs to OBC category? PLEASE TELL ME
With 120 marks i.e 40% in PCB you are eligible for Neet examination as you belong to onc category.
This is because,
as per eligibility criteria only 40% in PCB is required for OBC category to be eligible and you fulfill this
It's quite difficult to say whether will get a seat in government medical college or not with 550 marks as cut off marks for medical colleges keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
But yes as per previous year trends you may get a seat in Government Medical College under Maharashtra State quota for OBC category with 550 marks.
In neet 2019, 535 marks got a seat in Government Medical College, Gondia under Maharashtra State quota for OBC category.
mera physics aur chemistry bahut kmzor hai, to kya mujhe neet ka coaching krna chahiye. maine isi sal 12th pass kiya hai.
Uday, if you are appearing for NEET this year, there is hardly 2months time for preparation so you can take up online coaching. For example we have NEET Knockout packages. But if you will appear for NEET 2021, you have time and you can prepare based on this suggestion
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Will surely NEET will be held on July 26th ?? as lockdown is extending till.....or any idea abt online conduction of exam ???
Your NEET examination is scheduled to be conducted on 26th July .
Your Neet examination has already been postponed and delayed a lot due to coronavirus outbreak and lock down caused by it from its scheduled date
Also, considering the present situation your Neet examination is not expected to be delayed more .
Even if its get postponed again then NTA will notify you about it in advance but chances for the same is very extremely low
i completed btech mechanical engineering in 2011 and intermediate in pcm regular. can i write neet exam? which code applicable to me?
Your code will be 02 if you have studied Biology also in your 12th. If you do not have Biology either as an additional subject or an additional subject then you are not eligible for NEET. If you have also studied Biology, though you completed your B.Tech because your highest relevant qualification is 12th, your qualification code is 02.