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Ultimately, a staggering 99.25% of students in Maharashtra choose to undertake the MHT-CET examination, while the inclination towards the IIT-JEE Main diminishes significantly, viewed as a mere ostentatious

Why Crash Course ?

Time Constraint

Crash courses is typically designed for a short duration, usually 50 to 55 days with intensive study sessions.

Study, Revision and Focus

Crash course is to Study Afresh XI-XII Syllabus. Focus on key concepts, important topics, and common exam patterns. It reinforce your understanding along with revision of chapters.

Expert Guidance

Experienced Teachers who are well-versed with the exam pattern and syllabus. Their guidance and teaching help clarify doubts and provide valuable insights.

Structured Study Plan

Crash courses have a structured study plan, which help you stay organized and cover all the essential topics efficiently.

Practice and Mock Tests

Crash course offer practice exercises and mock tests, which is beneficia. for assessing your preparation level and identifying areas that need improvement.

Motivation and Discipline

Crash courses is intense, and being in a learning environment with other motivated students boost your own enthusiasm and discipline during the crucial exam preparation period.

Aproximate Percentile on the Basis of Marks Scored. It Also Depend on Various Other Parameters Like No. of Candidates and Questions Attempted. Individual Percentile is Calculated For PCM and PCB. Also Subjectwise Percentile is Calculated But Average of Three Subjects is Not the Total Percentile. Given Below is the Approximation of Percentile Upon Marks Scored.

Marks Expected Percentile
156 to 200 Marks 99+ Percentile
136 to 155 Marks 97 to 98+ Percentile
106 to 135 Marks 95 to 97+ Percentile
96 to 105 Marks 92 to 94+ Percentile
156 to 200 Marks 84 to 91+ Percentile
81 to 95 Marks 66 to 83+ Percentile
61 to 80 Marks 55 to 65+ Percentile
50 to 60 Marks 55 to 65+ Percentile
Below 50 Marks Below 65 Percentile

Top Engineering Colleges im Maharashtra Only Through MHT-CET Having Best Placements in the Top Companies of India

  • Institute of Chemical Engineering, Mumbai (ICT)
  • College of Engineering, Pune (COEP)
  • Veer Jijamata Technological Institute, Mumbai (VJTI)
  • Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumai (SPCE)
  • Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai
  • Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering, Mumbai
  • Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Pune (MIT)
  • K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai
  • Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune (VIT)
  • Army Institute of Technology, Pune
  • PES Modern College of Engineering, Pune
  • Walchand Engineering College, Sangli
  • Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering, Pune
  • Government of Engineering, Amrawati
  • Government of Engineering, Aurangabad

The percentile rule in the MHT-CET exam is used to determine a candidate's relative performance compared to other candidates who appeared for the exam. It is essential to understand the concept of percentile before diving into the percentile rule in MHT-CET.
Percentile is a statistical measure that indicates the percentage of candidates who have scored equal to or below a particular score. For instance, if a candidate has a percentile of 85, it means they have performed better than 85% of the total candidates who appeared for the exam.
Arrange the scores in ascending order: Scores: 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, ... (and so on, up to 100 students)
Calculate the percentile for a particular student:
To calculate the percentile:
  1. Find the number of students who scored less than or equal to 80. In this case, there are 5 students who scored less than or equal to 80 (60, 65, 70, 75, 80).
  2. Find the total number of students who appeared for the exam (which is 100 in our example).
  3. Use the formula: Percentile = (Number of students scored less than or equal to X / Total number of students) × 10

In this case: Percentile = (5 / 100) × 100 = 5%

So, the student who scored 80 marks has a percentile of 5%. It means they performed better than only 5% of the total students who appeared for the exam.

In a similar manner, you can calculate the percentile for any other student based on their score. The higher the percentile, the better the student's performance compared to others. For example, if a student has a percentile of 90%, it means they performed better than 90% of the total students who took the exam.