MU OET Results 2020

The MU OET result is declared on the official website manipal.edu on the mentioned date. Candidates, whose names are enlisted in MU OET Merit List after giving the entrance exam for various courses, get an opportunity to join their respective course programs in MAHE university and its affiliated institutes. Qualifying in the entrance exam and then getting their names on the MU OET merit list is the first step to start the admission process for the aspirants who are aiming to get admission to various under-graduate (UG) and post-graduate (PG) programs in MAHE. 


MU OET is conducted in an online mode (computer-based test). A university level entrance exam includes various courses and programs under its umbrella. The programs include admission into various specialized courses of engineering, applied sciences, pharmacy, commerce, humanities, and others.


MAHE conducts MU OET on an annual basis. Candidates need to score more than the minimum required qualifying marks successfully in the entrance test to get into the MU OET merit list and get admission in their desired courses.


Candidates can get detailed information about the MU OET Result  from headings and subheading mentioned below:


MU OET Result Highlights 

MU OET 2020 result will be released on 9th August 2020 in the form of a scoreboard. The university will conduct online tests for various courses on different dates. Therefore, there is a possibility of results declared on different dates as per the exam date of the particular course.


How to Check MU OET 2020 Results? 

MET will be conducted in late July and early August this year. The results can be easily checked on the official website of MAHE.


MU OET 2020 Results would be available only online. So, candidates are advised to keep their application number safe after the entrance exam has been conducted in order to check their results and rank. 


Details Mentioned on Results

As per the official website of the university, candidates are instructed that the hard copy of the scorecard would not be sent by the university to the candidates individually. Candidates can check their results only by entering their application number on the official website.  


The results would display the total obtained marks of the candidates in the entrance test along with their All India Rank (AIR)  based on their marks. 


Rules for Rechecking/Re-Evaluation of Answer Sheets 

Candidates who are not satisfied with their attempt can attempt for the Manipal Entrance Test again. The candidates can take the second attempt. The best score out of both attempts would be considered for admission. But for the second attempt, the candidates do not have to register themselves again. All they have to do is book the slot on the official website of MAHE for their second attempt and download its admit card.


Note that there is an extra fee charged for the second attempt. Also, only those students can book their slots, which have already given their first attempt. Fresh candidates are not eligible for this process.


Those candidates who were absent on their first attempt can also apply for the second attempt at MU OET 2020.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1) What are the Steps for MET 2020 Slot Booking?

A1) Following Steps are Need to be Followed for Slot Booking: 

  • Go to the official website of MET 2020

  • Click on the slot booking link

  • Using application number and password, the candidates will have to log in.

  • The candidate’s profile will be displayed on the screen. After checking the profile, candidates can click on “Book a seat”.

  • Then candidates will have to select their test city, date, center name, and address.

  • From the available slots, the candidates will have to select their preference, and confirmation slot has to be done.

  • After the slot is booked, the admit card will be generated.

Q 2. What Information are Available in MET 2020 Admit Card.

A2) Name of the candidate, Application number, Group, Course selected for admission, Category, MET hall ticket number, Date of exam, Reporting time, Duration of the test, and Exam center address.