How to Prepare for MET 2020 (MU - OET)

Deepika Narwal Updated On: 25 Sep, 2019 15:32 IST

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How to Prepare for MET 2020

For MET 2020 (earlier known as MU-OET), candidates should have a good hold on Physics and Mathematics along with English and General Knowledge. To prepare well, students must be well versed with their 10th and 12th subjects.

Study material including reference books, sample papers, previous year question papers, mock tests is also good sources of exam preparation. Mentioned below are some points that can help students prepare for MET 2020. 

  • Time Table: Preparing a time table at the time of preparation for an examination is not a bad idea. It helps students to make the best use of time for each subject and topic related to MET. Divide time equally for each subject so that all the topics are covered well.

  • Practice: Math and Physics questions becomes easy if practised well by the students. The more you practice the easy you go with the questions. Similarly, for other subjects practice comes out to be a good option. This also helps in memorising topics well.

  • Coaching Centres: There are a number of coaching centres that help in the preparation of examinations like MET. Consult your friends, seniors, teachers and relatives and get enrolled in the best coaching centre around you. These centres will give you an insight on how to face the examination and what probable type of questions can come in the paper. They can also provide you with some reference materials, previous years’ question papers, books or other sources for further reference.

Important Instructions for MET 2020

  • Candidates must reach the test centre before the reporting time mentioned in the MET admit card because of the pre-test procedure including registration and on-site orientation.

  • If for some reason, candidates reach after the on-site orientation has begun, he/she will not be permitted to appear for the test.

  • Candidates must register their names at the registration counter of the centre where their admit cards will also be verified.

  • Candidates are advised to enter the examination hall at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination.

  • Candidate must remember that they are not allowed to bring any printed or written material or any rough pages, to the exam hall.

  • Candidates are also not permitted to carry slide rules, calculators, electronic watches with facilities of calculators, palmtop computers or laptop, mobile phones, personal stereo systems, walkie-talkie sets, paging devices or any other object/device.

  • Once the candidate starts the test, he/she will not be allowed to go outside the examination hall for the entire test duration.

  • If the candidate leaves the hall, he/she will not be permitted to return, under any circumstances.

  • Smoking in the examination hall is strictly punishable. Coffee, tea, cold drinks or snacks are also not allowed inside the exam hall.

  • During the test, candidates must maintain proper silence.

  • The examination hall is monitored by web cameras and closed-circuit TV cameras and any disturbance/disruption by any candidate is treated as misconduct and can result in unwanted consequences.

  • If a candidate is found using unfair means or impersonating any other candidate, his/her application will be cancelled and he or she will be banned from taking the examination permanently or for a specified period.

  • The Manipal University holds the right to withhold the result of such candidates.

  • At the end of the test, Candidate must sign the attendance sheet in the presence of the invigilator. The invigilator will also put his/her signature in the given place in the admit card.

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