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MIT SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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Education Interest: Engineering and Architecture
Education Level: In Graduation
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Questions related to MIT School of Engineering, Pune
can you give me cutoff for aerospace engineering in mhtcet for mit adt??
MIT ADT is one of the recognized college. To get aerospace engineering, you have to score above 80% of the total score i.e. above 160
If you belong to general category then you have to work hard as that you will get better and top college options. A rank below 1k is most secured one which will make you open for 1st tier college options.
Study well, practice as much as you can. Solve previous year papers.
All the best!
Hope it helps!
is aerospace a good option at mit soe???
see if you are really interested to pursue btech in aerospace engineering then you should go for it. mit school of engineering is a good college and have excellent placement record, however for aerospace engineering it is better to pursue the course from iits or nits because of their excellent lab and course curriculum.
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