MHT CET 2022 Provisional allotment list out shortly, way to check

MHT CET 2022: State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra, will soon release the provisional allotment list for MHT CET 2022. Candidates can check the list on the official MHT CET website –

Candidates will have to participate in the counselling process to be considered for admission based on MHT CET 2022 results.

This year, MHT CET 2022 exam for the PCM group was conducted from August 5 to August 11, and the PCB group exam was successfully conducted from August 12 to August 20 in online mode in the form of Computer Based Test (CBT).

MHT CET 2022: How to check the provisional allotment list

Step 1: Visit the official website of MHT CET –

Step 2: Click on the link of the Provisional Allotment List available on the home page.

Step 3: Enter your application number and date of birth if required to log in.

Step 4: The list will be available on the screen.

Step 5: Download and save the list for future reference.

This year a total of 13 students have secured 100 percentile in the PCM group, and 14 candidates have secured perfect scores in the PCB group this year.

A total of 605944 (282070 in PCM and 323874 in PCB group) candidates registered for the MHT CET exam, which was much higher than last year’s registrations (517132). Out of 605944, 467379 (231264 in PCM and 236115 in PCB group) candidates appeared in the exam this year.


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