MAHCET BHMCT Scorecard 2022 Download: The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State has published the BHMCT scorecards on its website for the technical education department. Candidates who sat for the MAH BHMCT exam can download their scorecards from the official website at cetcell.mahacet.org. The direct link to download the MAH CET 2022 BHMCT scorecards was hosted on the official website on September 6th in the late afternoon. Candidates can download the MAH CET 2022 BHMCT Scorecard by following the simple steps below.
How and where to download the MAH CET 2022 BHMCT dashboard?
- Candidates must first visit the official website: cetcell.mahacet.org.
- On the home page, ‘MAH-B.HMCT 2022 Score Card download link’ will be displayed.
- Candidates must click on that link, which will redirect them to the new window.
- Now the candidate needs to enter their application number, date of birth, captcha code and click the Submit button.
- MAH-B.HMCT 2022 Score Card will be displayed on the screen.
- Candidates can download the MAH-B.HMCT 2022 scorecard and save it for future reference.
This year, the MAH-B.HMCT 2022 exam was held on August 21 and the exam duration was 90 minutes. There was no negative rating for answering incorrectly. Previously, the board had announced the results of MAH-BPlanning, MAH-M.ARCH and MAH-MHMCT. This year, the board had scheduled MHTCET 2022 for PCM & PCB Group for the second time as some students were facing technical failures like server crash and heavy rain.
MAH CET BHMCT 2022: Qualification Scheme
Candidates’ scores are based on their performance on the exam. Basically the MAH CET BHMCT 2022 the marks obtained are transformed into a scale that goes from 100 to 0 for the entire exam carried out in a single Batch/shift using a single Questionnaire of all the examinees who take the CET Exam. The percentile score shows the percentage of the candidate. Therefore, the candidate who scores the highest on each CET Exam taken in a single sitting will get the same Percentile of 100 that is desirable.
The percentile score of a candidate who appears for the CET conducted in the single shift is calculated using the following formula:
100* (Number of candidates who appeared on the exam with a raw score _< the candidate's score
Total number of candidates in session