MAH CET Percentile Predictor 2018 - Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET) was being conducted on March 10 and 11, 2018, by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra. The result has been declared on March 16, 2018. For the convenience of the test takers, Careers360 has devised a MAH CET percentile predictor tool to calculate their respective scores and percentiles. After appearing for the exam, it is advisable that all aspirants should exercise a self-evaluation using the MAH CET 2018 percentile predictor and anticipate their score even before the actual result was declared on March 19, 2018. The MAH CET Percentile Predictor 2018 is a data-driven unique tool for the test takers to calculate their estimated score and percentile. By using the tool, one would be able to figure tentative percentile which would aid in further planning.
How to use the MAH CET percentile predictor 2018?
Enter your MAH CET 2018 date of exam
MAH CET score
Click on ‘Predict Now’
What after clicking on ‘Predict Now’?
The MAH CET percentile predictor 2018 will project the following details for the candidates’ disposal:
Overall Percentile- Project the overall percentile.
Gender Distribution- The graph will depict the percentage of males and females who have used MAH CET 2018 Percentile Predictor.
Work experience- The graph will project the percentage of students using Result Predictor, on basis of work experience in months.
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Benefits of using the MAH CET percentile predictor 2018
Candidates can predict their result before actual results, based on their performance in MAH CET 2018.
Get in-depth insights on where the candidate stands in MAH CET 2018 based on different criteria.
Understand where the test taker stands in comparison to other candidates. Know the level of competition.
Target the right B-schools that a candidate can get with the predicted result of MAH CET 2018 or focus on preparation for the next year, if required.
Through the MAH CET 2018 percentile predictor, one can also predict which B-schools in Maharashtra he/she can aim for the final admissions.
DTE Maharashtra usually releases the cutoff of MAH CET 2018 for the students to check. It is on the basis of MAH CET 2018 cut off, that students will be called for counselling rounds. Candidates can check below the last year cut off of top MBA colleges in Maharashtra accepting MAH CET score.
The final admission takes place on the basis of the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) as well as the Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds conducted by the top B-schools like JBIMS Mumbai, K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research Mumbai, DMS, Pune University to name a few.