How can I get the MH CET 5-year questionnaire?

Updated on : December 7, 2021 by Bryce Ramos



How can I get the MH CET 5-year questionnaire?

Well, now you know that most of the time universities do not upload their CET questionnaire, so it is better to forget about the questionnaire and work on yourself ...

I took the 2018 Maharashtra Law (3 years) LL.B. CET. I got a score of 126/150 and my state rank is 3. This is my review of the test.

I took it in the second slot. The test was a mixed bag to be honest and simply saying it as easy, moderate or difficult would be a huge injustice. Let's look at the individual sections:

1. Reading comprehension and verbal ability (50 questions)

This section was the easiest. The questions are fairly straightforward and focus on basic grammar and sentence correction. If I remember correctly, there were 10 questions about RC and it was very easy to read. Few words from the

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I took the 2018 Maharashtra Law (3 years) LL.B. CET. I got a score of 126/150 and my state rank is 3. This is my review of the test.

I took it in the second slot. The test was a mixed bag to be honest and simply saying it as easy, moderate or difficult would be a huge injustice. Let's look at the individual sections:

1. Reading comprehension and verbal ability (50 questions)

This section was the easiest. The questions are fairly straightforward and focus on basic grammar and sentence correction. If I remember correctly, there were 10 questions about RC and it was very easy to read. Few words were highlighted from the passage and synonyms / antonyms were asked. There were questions about parajumbles, filling in the blanks, etc., which are verified in all tests that have Verbal Ability. 3 Probable opening questions were difficult (possibly the only difficult part of the section).

I finished this section in about 25 minutes with a goal of 45 + / 50.

2. Logical reasoning (30 questions)

This section was difficult. I'm pretty sure a lot of people must have struggled with the level of questions. There were 3 sets of five questions each, 5 questions on syllogisms, 5 input-output questions, 5 independent logic questions.

Those who had solved these types of questions before had a natural advantage in the section. I didn't find the questions extremely difficult, but you had to persist to get to the correct answer. I spent most of my time here because I wanted everything to be correct. I invested around 45 minutes to solve everything with a goal of 30/30.

3. Legal Aptitude / Reasoning (30 questions)

I had not done any specific preparation for this section. Most of the questions had some given situation and one had to decide the correct option from the given options. Unfortunately, I don't remember the questions in this section, except for one about a lady who buys a ceiling fan from a store, but the shopkeeper gave her a table fan or something with a 2-3 year warranty, etc. Needless to say, a contract is void ab initio kind of question was there. I suppose that people who have studied some kind of law in their respective courses will not find this section difficult. One can score well in this section by being logical and making an objective assessment of the situation.

I spent around 35 minutes in this section with a goal of 20 + / 30.

4. General knowledge / Current affairs (40 questions)

This section was strongly biased towards the present of the last six months. The test was in the month of June 2018, but the questions were from September 2017 to March 2018. Many questions were quite arbitrary without any meaning. I feel this about most of the tests that have GK / News and random questions. I can't think of more than 5-6 questions from GK. Rest was topical.

I am sharing all the question topics I remember from the newspaper:

IIT JEE 2017 topper, Korea opening, IIM Sirmaur director, number of satellites launched by ISRO, PV Sindhu collector status, minimum age for Lok Sabha, Odisha dispute, GI expansion, ILO headquarters, Kamarjar port , FTII location, Yash Chopra award, 100 6s in T-20, Patliputra, FIFA World Cup 2019, UNIDO, G-20 summit, BRICS summit, Japanese PM, ASEAN summit, Gangaur, CAG, President of the Economic Advisory Council , Hopman Cup, Mark Beaumont, The Golden House, etc. .

(I wrote questions on a sheet after the test. That is why I was able to remember 28 questions. I got 18 correct answers)

I spent about 15 minutes on this section. Considering that it is a section you may or may not know about, it doesn't make sense to spend more time anyway. My goal for the section was 20 + / 40.

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Overall it was a moderate to difficult job. Looking at my final score, I think I must have gotten 48/50 in VARC, 30/30 in Logic, 25/30 in Legal Reasoning, 23/40 in GK. I think those who did better than me must have done well in GK, as there was almost no margin elsewhere.

For future candidates, my suggestion is to do GK well and make it a strong area for you. Only 33 candidates got more than 118/150 out of a total pool of 32,300 odd candidates, which makes it quite a difficult job. Also, as a test becomes more predictable, the maximum score increases if the difficulty remains the same as it was this time.

I hope this helps! If you have any questions, feel free to message me. :)

Hi Anagha,

Theoretically, it is possible to break the Mah Law CET 5-year exam with a month-long preparation. Its section pattern has not changed greatly since the last 3 years and contains the same conventional sections that have historically appeared in other law exams.

  1. Success on this exam is a combination of smart and hard work and requires phased preparation through the learning, practice, and proof-of-concept phases. If you are still preparing for the old pattern of CLAT, SLAT or AILET, you will not need additional preparation at the concept level for this exam.
  2. The exam is online, so you need to be familiar enough with the online testing engine. Since there is no
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Hi Anagha,

Theoretically, it is possible to break the Mah Law CET 5-year exam with a month-long preparation. Its section pattern has not changed greatly since the last 3 years and contains the same conventional sections that have historically appeared in other law exams.

  1. Success on this exam is a combination of smart and hard work and requires phased preparation through the learning, practice, and proof-of-concept phases. If you are still preparing for the old pattern of CLAT, SLAT or AILET, you will not need additional preparation at the concept level for this exam.
  2. The exam is online, so you need to be familiar enough with the online testing engine. Since there is no negative mark, smart guessing can get additional marks and mark all Q's
  3. A decent knowledge of grammar, vocabulary and CR is the key to grading in English. 10 Qs in math are literally babysitters. Unfortunately, students don't even SEE this section. Don't blame the examiners for this! These are lollipop scorers
  4. Don't spend disproportionate time on all LR cases. Those who waste time must identify themselves and leave themselves well, without any prestige problem. The time saved can be used for RC passages or the math section. Question types in LR are standard with no surprises
  5. Static GK becomes important and will attract some Q. Relying on current affairs alone will not be a great idea. The topics of great importance will continue to be government and politics, business-economy-trade, science and technology, aerospace defense, personalities, etc. Referring to selected online sources should help you get relevant news updates, but you will need to develop your own memory-building properties during the exam.

Generally, a score of 100+ is considered good to be in the GLC / ILS race, but it will also depend on the difficulty level of the particular year. All the best for Law CET

I think I am eligible to answer this question as I got 106 points and I am one of the first. The most important thing is perseverance. In India, the two most popular exams to try after the tenth are JEE and NEET. Therefore, people take the entry into the law as a backup option, but what I personally think should be very serious and dedicated to its preparation. Second, as mentioned in the previous answer, testing and preparation is necessary, but in my case a very good understanding of the concepts helped. Concept clarity and a series of mock tests were the things that helped me the most. How do you know?

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I think I am eligible to answer this question as I got 106 points and I am one of the first. The most important thing is perseverance. In India, the two most popular exams to try after the tenth are JEE and NEET. Therefore, people take the entry into the law as a backup option, but what I personally think should be very serious and dedicated to its preparation. Second, as mentioned in the answer above, testing and preparation is necessary, but in my case a very good understanding of the concepts helped. Concept clarity and a series of mock tests were the things that helped me the most. As you know, there are 5 subjects, so I think it is the speed test. 150 questions in two hours is a task. Therefore, Question solving practice and the most important mock test practice is essential and paramount. For G. K you are using a number of apps like the Current Affairs app and for English I would suggest you focus on reading comprehension and vocabulary and above all be consistent in preparation. For legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and mathematics, conceptual clarity and practice is very important. The mock tests are the most important part and for independent preparation the platform like GradeUp is very good as it has well selected test series and also a good analysis and classification system. For English, I would suggest that you focus on reading comprehension and vocabulary and, above all, be consistent in preparation. For legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and mathematics, conceptual clarity and practice is very important. The mock tests are the most important part and for independent preparation the platform like GradeUp is very good as it has well selected test series and also a good analysis and classification system. For English, I would suggest that you focus on reading comprehension and vocabulary and, above all, be consistent in preparation. For legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and mathematics, conceptual clarity and practice is very important. The mock tests are the most important part and for independent preparation the platform like GradeUp is very good as it has well selected test series and also a good analysis and classification system.

2020-21 MH CET Test Series

You can check out the GradeUp platform and do a drill at the link above. It helped me a lot in my preparation and helped me to try my exam without fear and increased my efficiency with comprehensive questions. It helped me prepare well for my exam.

And above all, be strong and believe in yourself. The key is the preparation, the confidence, the faith, and the hard work that will help you figure it out. Lastly, blessings and health care always pay, so always keep that in mind.

Best of luck and all the best.

I got 97 points out of 150 in MH 3 years Law CET held in 2016. There were four sections. You can refer to the following books and study materials for each section.

Legal Aptitude (30 points) - Just follow the above CLAT documents and Polity de Laxmikant.

English (50 points) and logical and analytical reasoning (30 points) -Verbal and non-verbal ability from TMH PUB (Arun Sharma).

General Knowledge and Current Affairs (40 points): Read NCERT's history, geography, and economics books. Reading newspapers is essential. You can start reading Indian Express or The Hindu at least 6 months before the exam.

They didn't ask any questions

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I got 97 points out of 150 in MH 3 years Law CET held in 2016. There were four sections. You can refer to the following books and study materials for each section.

Legal Aptitude (30 points) - Just follow the above CLAT documents and Polity de Laxmikant.

English (50 points) and logical and analytical reasoning (30 points) -Verbal and non-verbal ability from TMH PUB (Arun Sharma).

General Knowledge and Current Affairs (40 points): Read NCERT's history, geography, and economics books. Reading newspapers is essential. You can start reading Indian Express or The Hindu at least 6 months before the exam.

They did not ask any questions from the quantitative aptitude section. (RS Agraval's Quantitative Aptitude is a good book for this section.) I think practice is more important to get the best score on this exam. Good luck for your exam :)

Hello there,

You absolutely cannot get the newspaper for the last 10 years anywhere, because it has only been 4 years since it was carried out.

However, if you are looking for the question papers, you will find them online at legal sites such as Law Octopus or Agla Sem.

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There are many publications on the market that provide solution to the above question works.

Uttam prakashan,

Arihant Post,

You can get these books online or at your local bookstore.

As we know, the concept is limited, the questions are not. So prepare all the relevant topics and then solve all the jobs from the previous year (if available). On the exam, you will find the same questions or, if they are not the same, the type will be the same. There will only be some adjustments to the data. Therefore, it is very likely that you will receive the same type of questions that were asked previously. If you didn't get the paper, buy some sample papers at the good institute.

You can get last year's MH-CET question papers at MHT CET Previous Year's Documents | Download the free PDF of MHCET's previous year's articles now.

I hope that helps.

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