MH CET LAW 2020 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL ONLINE TEST
MH CET Law 2020 Exam Pattern will be announced soon and examination dates have been announced by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra. Exam for 5 year MH LAW CET will be conducted on October 11, 2020 while 3 year exam will be conducted on November 2-3, 2020.
MH CET LAW 2020 is a Computer Based Test. Exam pattern will be released by the authorities shortly. However, an idea of the exam pattern can be taken from previous year papers.
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Graduates or postgraduates with 45% marks can apply online for the examination. Listed below are quick facts about the MH CET LAW paper pattern:
Marking Scheme – One mark will be awarded for each correct answer; No negative marking
|Section||No. of Questions|
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||30|
|General Knowledge with Current Affairs||40|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning||30|
|Section Name||No. of Questions||Total Marks|
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||30||30|
|General Knowledge with Current Affairs||40||40|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning||30||30|
The 5 year LLB Full Time Integrated course is scheduled for April 22. Intermediate graduates with 45% marks can apply online for the examination. Listed below are quick facts about the exam pattern of MH CET Law paper pattern 2020:
|Section||No. of Questions|
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||40|
|General Knowledge with Current Affairs||30|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning||40|
|Section||No. of Questions||Total Marks|
|Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning||40||40|
|General Knowledge with Current Affairs||30||30|
|Logical and Analytical Reasoning||40||40|
The participation for the law exam increases by a subsequent percentage every year. Because of this, the competition is also high. Listed below are a few tips to help you score better in MH CET Law:
After analysing your strengths and weaknesses, and making notes of all these things, you can easily figure out the topics you need to work on first. Also, analysing of how much time you need to devote to the sections will become easy.
Ques 1. Who will provide the MH CET LAW exam pattern?
Ans 1. The Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), coordinating body of the state level examination defines the exam pattern of MH CET Law.
Ques 2. Is there any option to attempt the paper in any other language except for English and Marathi?
Ans 2. No, the paper will be conducted only in English and Marathi medium. You can opt for either of the languages depending upon your comfort.
Ques 3. Can I appear for MH CET Law examination in offline mode?
Ans 3. No, the examination is conducted in online mode only.
Ques 4. What will be the total time duration to complete the exam?
Ans 4. Total time duration given to complete the test is 2 hours i.e. 120 minutes.
Ques 5. Who is responsible for providing the paper to do rough work in the exam?
Ans 5. For doing the rough work on the exam a paper will be provided by an invigilator.
Ques 6. Is there any change in MH CET Law marking scheme as compared to the previous year paper?
Ans 6. No, the marking scheme is same as compared to the previous year. Like, for every correct answer, 1 mark will be allotted.
Ques 7. How can the students check the time remaining to complete the test?
Ans 7. With the help of the countdown timer that appears at the top right corner of the screen, students can check the time remaining to complete the test.
Ques 8. What is the difficulty level of paper expected?
Ans 8. As there is no negative marking in the paper, so, the difficulty level is expected to be high.
Ques 9. While answering the questions in MHCET Law 2020, can I go back and forth?
Ans 9. Yes, the student can attempt any question at any time within the stipulated time of 120 minutes.
Ques 10. Can I carry my own calculator at the exam center for calculations?
Ans 10. No, you will not be allowed to carry any kind of electronic gadgets in the examination hall. For any kind of calculations, a rough sheet will be provided.
Ques 11. Is there any sectional time limit in the MH CET Law exam?
Ans 11. No, there is no such sectional limit in the law entrance examination. You can spend any amount of time (from the total time given) on any particular section or question.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College