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MAH CET Exam Analysis

MAH CET 2017 Analysis

MAH CET 2017 Analysis for the exam which was conducted on 4 and 5 March 2017 is given on this page. MAH CET 2017 was conducted in multiple sessions; Morning and Afternoon session on 4 March and Morning session on 5 March 2017. The candidates appeared in CET as per the date and session allotted to them. This page covers the MAH CET 2017 Analysis, discuss the difficulty level of MAH CET which was conducted in Morning slot on 4 March and 5 March 2017.

Maharashtra MBA CET (Common Entrance Test) examination is conducted by State Common Entrance Test Cell, DTE, Government of Maharashtra every year to select the candidates for admission in MBA/MMS program in Government University, Government Managed University, University Departments and Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions. 

Various students appeared in the exam, and they have presented their point of view over the exam. According to many of the students, the MAH CET difficulty level can be classified as moderately difficult. Although, the correct selection of the questions can lead the students to score well and the MAH CET difficulty level was same for both the slot. We are going to discuss the analysis of both the exam slots.

MAH CET 2017 Cut Off Marks

MAH CET 2017 Analysis (4 March, Morning Slot)

The MAH MBA CET Slot 1 exam was conducted on 4 March 2017 from 10:00 AM. In which the number of choices given to the candidates was five without any negative marking. The MAH MBA CET exam paper was divided into four sections which are given as below. The students can have looked over all the sections and topics from where the question gets asked.

Sections Difficulty Level of MAH CET
Logical and Critical Reasoning Moderate - Difficult
Abstract Reasoning Easy
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Moderate - Difficult
Quantitative Aptitude Moderate - Difficult

 MBA Entrance Exams 2017

MAH CET Analysis (5 March, Morning Slot)

The MAH MBA CET Slot 3 exam was conducted on 5 March 2017 from 10:00 AM. In which the number of choices given to the candidates was five without any negative marking. The MAH MBA CET exam paper was divided into four sections which are given as below. The students can have looked over all the sections and topics from where the question gets asked.

Sections Difficulty Level
Logical and Critical Reasoning Moderately Difficult
Abstract Reasoning Easy
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Difficult
Quantitative Aptitude Moderately Difficult

 

MAH CET Section wise Analysis of both Slots/Sessions

Logical and Critical Reasoning: According to the feedback of the students, the logical and critical reasoning was the most time consuming among all the sections. The difficulty level of the section can be defined as moderate to slightly difficult.

  • However, the students who had applied the strategy to solve the moderately difficult questions.
  • If the students had attempted 50 questions in 60 minutes, then it would be the good strategy. The questions asked from the topics are given in the table below.

Abstract Reasoning: This section was the easiest among all. The difficulty level of this section was much easier as compared to last year question paper of MAH CET. A good follow-up can make the students to attempt 18-20 questions in 20 minutes very easily. Series (Find Next Fig.), Analogies and Similar pair were some of the topics from where the questions were asked.

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension: In this section, the grammar based questions like sentence correction, error spotting and possible starters were stated. This year the out of context questions which were of moderate difficulty level was spotted which had been replaced by the Para Jumble questions asked last year.

  • The traditional cloze passage based questions saw a different pattern but very easily manageable for any student. The students who have prepared for the exam well could have attempted around 30-35 questions in 30 minutes.
  • It would be considered as the good attempt.The overall difficulty level of the section for the slot 1 was moderately difficult, but for the slot 3, it was more as compare to the slot 1 paper.

Quantitative Aptitude: This section was moderately difficult. The sets of Data Interpretation were quite easily understandable and could be solved easily. A good student would be able to solve around 27-30 questions in 40 minutes.

  • Most of the questions in Quantitative Aptitude were from the Arithmetic section. However, the data was not straight forward.
  • The clarity of the concepts would have helped a student solve it faster. Students, who haven’t practised much, could find this section difficult. 

MAH CET 2017 Exam pattern

There are four components in the exam pattern of MAH CET such as Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension. In the question paper, there are total 200 questions. Other important details are mentioned below.

  • Marking scheme: For each correct answer, the candidate will be awarded one mark. There is “No Negative” marking
  • Mode of Examination: Computer Based Mode
  • Duration of Exam: 150 minutes
  • Language of Exam: English

Components

No. of Questions

Logical Reasoning

75

Abstract Reasoning

25

Quantitative Aptitude

50

Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension

50

Total

200 Questions

 

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