MH-CET MBA 2021 Analysis

MH-CET or MAH-CET is the state-level examination conducted for admissions to MBA/MMS programmes offered by affiliated institutes of Maharashtra. Over 300 colleges in Maharashtra accept CET scores for MBA/MMS/PGDM programmes. This year, the exam was held on 16, 17 and 18 September, 2021.
After the exam, students are curious to assess their performance and estimate their prospects. Here, you can go through an in-depth analysis of MH-CET 2021 as per the different sections of the exam.
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MH-CET 2021: Overall Analysis
MH-CET is a computer-based exam consisting of 200 multiple-choice questions. This year, the exam underwent certain changes in difficulty level and order of questions. Compared to the previous year papers, MHCET 2021 was quite easier. Besides, the questions appeared in a jumbled format instead of sectional order. However, the areas/sections remained same as the usual pattern. Listed below are the major features of MHCET 2021:
  • Total duration of exam: 150 minutes
  • There are no sectional time limits
  • 1 mark is awarded for each correct answer
  • There is no negative marking in the exam
  • There are 5 answer options per question
Illustrated below is the detailed break-up of MH-CET 2021:
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MH-CET 2021: Exam Structure
Section
No. of Questions
Logical Reasoning
63-85
Verbal ability & Reading comprehension
45-50
Quantitative Aptitude
50-60
Abstract Reasoning
10-25
MH-CET 2021 Analysis: Overview of three sessions
As MH-CET was held in three sessions, there were slight differences in the type, number, and difficulty level of questions from different sections. The given table displays the general perception about MH-CET 2021 in terms of individual sections:
Sections
Day 1: 16th Sept.
Day 2: 17th Sept.
Day 3: 18th Sept.
Logical Reasoning
Easy to Moderate
Easy to Moderate
Easy to Moderate
Verbal ability & Reading comprehension
Moderate
Moderate
Moderate to Tough
Quantitative Aptitude
Easy
Easy to Moderate
Easy
Abstract Reasoning
Easy to Moderate
Moderate
Easy
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As indicated in the table, some sections had a blend of easy and moderate-level, while others were quite easy. Overall, the exam was moderate in nature.
MH-CET 2021: Section-wise Analysis
Logical Reasoning
The focus of LR section was mainly on non-verbal reasoning, with more than 50 questions from the area. These questions were from the topics such as Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Series, Family tree, etc. The remaining questions were from verbal reasoning topics like Syllogisms, Analogies, Assertion – Reason, Statement – Assumption, etc. LR questions featured in the form of sets as well as standalone questions.
Abstract Reasoning
This section was mostly easy, except for a few questions that were on the complex side. Here, the questions were drawn from series completion,analogies, paper folding/cutting, odd one out, etc. Compared to the previous year papers, Abstract Reasoning questions in MH-CET 2021 were on a slightly tricky side.
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Quantitative Aptitude
Quant section was dominated by arithmetic questions in all three slots. There were around 12-25 questions from the fundamental topics of arithmetic. These included areas like Averages, Ratio-Proportion, Time-Speed-Distance, Time & Work, Mixtures &Alligations, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest, etc. Other questions were fetched from algebra, modern math, and geometry. It is to be noted that there were no Data Interpretation questions in the Ist slot of the exam. However, the other two slots did feature a few questions from data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
In VARC section, the majority of the questions were from grammar and verbal ability topics, and the remaining were RC-based. These questions included one-word substitutions, spelling corrections, Jumbled Paragraphs, Synonyms-Antonyms, etc. RC passages were short in length and accompanied by questions around tone, stated information, inferences, etc.
Lastly, an attempt of 170+ in MHCET 2021 suffices for a high score in the exam.
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