Around 35,000 students took the Maharashtra Health and Technology Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) on May 10 at 77 centres in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad. According to some students,the questions in the physics sections were both lengthy and difficult.
Prachi Desai,of Garware College,said,I had not expected that the physics questions would be this difficult. One expects such questions in the entrance exam of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Vaibhav Bakliwal from Bakliwal Tutorials said most of his students found the physics paper very lengthy and thus time management for the rest of the sections became a problem for many.
After the exam,a centralised admission process (CAP) will be carried out.