MHT CET 2013 Cut Off
MHT CET 2013 Cut Offs have NOT yet been ANNOUNCED and the candidates can refer to previous year cutoffs so as to have an overall idea of the seat allocation scenario from the following links:
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After the exam conduction, all the exam takers can use the answer keys released by a number of coaching institutes and generate their approximate score. This score can be submitted in the MHT CET 2013 Cut Off and Rank Predictor which will help candidates to find out their expected ranks in exam result. Every year the Directorate decides a minimum score to delimit the number of candidates to be included in final merit list which is called as cutoff.
What is Cut Off of MHT CET 2013?
The MT CET 2013 Cut Off will be the minimum score which must be secured by every candidate in order to qualify the exam. The exam takers whose exam score is below this cutoff will not be included in merit list of exam. The exam score generated with exam key can also be compared with last year’s cutoff for various courses and colleges so as to see which branches can be allocated to them.
How to use Rank Predictor of MT CET 2013?
- After calculating their marks, candidates can use the MHT CET 2013 Rank Predictor to find out their expected ranks in exam.
- This rank predictor will give the candidates a rank range in which they will secure a rank in and thus will offer the candidates another criteria for shortlisting their choices for admission.
- After generating their expected ranks with Rank Predictor of MT CET 2013 candidates can also use the Branch Predictor in order to see which branches they can fill during counseling. This stepwise evaluation methodology will help candidates to shortlist their choices for colleges and courses in the best possible way.
Every candidate is advised to go through the MHT CET 2013 Cut Off and Rank Predictor so as to formulate an educated guess for their admission time and avoid taking hard decisions.
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