# MAH MBA-CET 2022 Analysis

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MH-CET/ MAH-CET is held by the State Common Entrance Test Cell of Maharashtra. It is an annual state-level entrance test used for admission to MBA/MMS programmes offered by accredited institutions of Maharashtra. CET scores are accepted by more than 300 institutes.In 2022, MAH-CET MBA was conducted on 23, 24, and 25 August.
After taking the exam, students are naturally curious to analyse their test performance and predict their future prospects. Here, you will get a detailed analysis of the MAH-CET 2022.
###### MAH-CET 2022: Overall Analysis
MAH-CET is a computer-based test, composed of multiple-choice questions. The exam's difficulty level and question distribution remained same as that of year. MAHCET 2022 paper was fairly simple and straightforward. Similar to the last year, the questions from different sections appeared in random order. Given below are the main characteristics of MAHCET 2022:
• Total Number of Questions: 200
• Total duration of exam: 150 minutes
• Sectional Time Limits: None
• Marks for each correct answer: 1
• Negative Marking: None
• Answer options per question: 5
The complete breakdown of MAH-CET 2022 is shown below:
###### MAH-CET 2022: Exam Structure
 Section No. of Questions Logical Reasoning 70-85 Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension 50-55 Quantitative Aptitude 48-60 Abstract Reasoning 8-25
###### MAH-CET 2022 Analysis: Overview of three sessions
Since MAH-CET was conducted on three separate days, the type, number, and level of questions from the various sections differ slightly. The following table presents an overview of the MAH-CET 2022 as per different sections:
 Sections Day 1: 23rd Aug. Day 2: 24th Aug. Day 3: 25th Aug. Logical Reasoning Easy Easy to Moderate Easy to Moderate Verbal ability & Reading comprehension Easy Moderate Easy Quantitative Aptitude Easy Easy Easy Abstract Reasoning Easy to Moderate Easy Easy
###### MAH-CET 2022: Section-wise Analysis
Here is the in-depth analysis of MAH-CET, in terms of different sections:
Logical Reasoning
As expected, LR section had majority questions from non-verbal reasoning, constituting around 70-80 questions of the total. Nearly 40-50 questions of non-verbal reasoning part were set-based and the remaining were standalone questions. These questions were on Arrangements, Coding-Decoding, Directions, Family tree, etc. Only 3-6 questions in LR were from verbal reasoning topics like Syllogisms, etc.
Abstract Reasoning
This section had questions based on visual reasoning concepts. These questions were from series completion, odd-one/ image out, analogies, etc. This time, Abstract Reasoning also featured a questions presented in grid-form, with certain figures in it.
Quantitative Aptitude
Quant section had 20+ questions from arithmetic and the remaining questions were from number system, modern maths, and geometry. Arithmetic questions were from Averages, Speed-Time-Distance, Mixture &Alligations, Ratio-Proportion, Time & Work, Percentages, Simple Interest and Compound Interest. In some slots, there were also questions from Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.