Maharashtra- Common Entrance Test (MH-CET) is a standardized national level examination conducted by DTE for admission into various management colleges across Maharashtra. MH-CET came back with the online test mode in 2014 after it was replaced by CMAT for a year in 2013. But, when compared to other national level examinations like CAT, XAT and IIFT, the level of questions in MH-CET is easy to moderate.
To maximize your scores in MH-CET, it is essential to develop a concrete strategy and understand the paper pattern well. The following analysis would give you a clear picture of the MH-CET 2023 paper pattern and give a direction to your preparation:
|Total no. of questions
|Duration of the Test
||2 hours 30 minutes (150 Minutes)
|No. of Sections
|Areas of Testing
||Logical + Critical Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Abstract Reasoning
||+1 for every correct answer; No negative marking
With 200 questions to be solved in 150 minutes and no sections defined, careful management of time is mandatory for scoring well in MH-CET. Unlike other national examinations, no negative marking in MH-CET comes as good news to the candidates. Let us have a look at the distribution of questions in one of the exam slots of previous year:
|Logical + Critical Reasoning
Hence, as an applicant you must understand that the number of questions from each area is undefined and a thorough preparation of all the important topics is essential for you to score well.The online registrations and exam date will soon be announced. Some of the top colleges that accept MH-CET score include JBIMS, SIMSREE, K.J Somaiya, Welingkar and PUMBA.
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