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Students appearing for the Maharashtra health and technology common entrance test (MHT-CET) on Thursday, 10th May, said the physics paper was tough, but, overall, the difficulty level was similar to that of the last three years. Nearly 36,000 students appeared for the test in 77 exam centres, which qualifies them for professional courses in health sciences, pharmacy and engineering in the state. Students aspiring for health science courses appeared for physics, chemistry and biology papers; while engineering aspirants appeared for physics, chemistry and mathematics papers.
Students also had the option of writing all the four papers to be eligible for both engineering and health science courses. Sushmita Swami, a student of Jain Kanya Prashala, Chinchwad, said, the physics paper was tougher than usual. The numerical questions in part I of the paper were lengthy and a bit confusing. Biology and chemistry papers posed no problems, but the calculus portion of mathematics paper was a little tricky as well, she added. Many other students echoed Sushmitas reaction regarding the difficulty level of the physics paper. Ishita Ghosh, who hails from Durgapur, West Bengal, and was in the city to appear for the test, said, besides being tough, the physics paper was lengthy as well. One-and-a-half-hours were too less to complete the physics paper. The chemistry paper was also lengthy, she added. Vivek Patil, who appeared for physics, chemistry and mathematics papers, said barring physics, the rest of the question paper was easy. Some problems in wave theory were difficult. I felt part II of the physics paper was toughest in this years test, he added. Kandan Saswade, who appeared for all the subjects, however, did not think that the physics paper was the toughest of the four. Personally, I felt mathematics to be the toughest paper, he added.
Courtesy: Times of India
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