MH- CET 2014 Analysis

MH- CET 2014 Analysis

After a gap of one year, MH-CET returned as the traditional last exam of the exam season. However, unlike earlier exams, there was a lot of anticipation in terms of the nature and difficulty level of the exam as it went online for the first time. The exam was conducted over a two-day period on 15 and 16 March in two slots per day. While the exam retained its distinctive flavour, there were some changes in terms of increased difficulty level of some question types, a couple of new types, change in approach required for online questions (in areas like Visual Reasoning etc). Also, the exam interface had some plus and minus points which will be discussed in greater detail later. MH- CET 2014 Analysis



MH- CET 2015 Analysis

MHCET, traditionally the last exam of the season was conducted over four slots in two days on 14th and 15th March 2015. Below is the entire CET 2015 Analysis
Though the exam went online last year, the test this year had many issues, both in terms of the quality and correctness of questions as well as the exam interface.



MH- CET 2010 Analysis


MH-CET 2010 had 200 questions without any distinct sections. The questions were from the following topics: Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning, Visual Reasoning, Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.

The overall difficulty level of the paper was simple to moderate, but the difficulty lay in selecting the simpler questions first.


MH- CET 2009 Analysis

MH- CET 2009 was a lengthy as well as time consuming test. It was mostly on the same lines as previous year’s papers, but with a few new types of questions. The new question types increased the amount of time taken, and also reduced the confidence levels. But, for the well-prepared student, it was doable.
Below is the entire CET 2009 Analysis –


CET 2014 Analysis

Overall exam pattern:

CET was first conducted on online in 2014. It consisted of 5 sections which included Verbal ability, Logical reasoning, Quantitative Ability, Visual reasoning, Data interpretation. It consisted of 200 questions to be solved in 150 min. The difficulty level was easy to difficult.


GMAT Adaptive Test Mechanism

The GMAT computer adaptive test (CAT) is not just a computerized version of a paper-and-pencil test. On the GMAT, the test actually adapts to your performance as you are taking the test.

When you begin the GMAT Test, the computer assumes you that have an average score and gives you a question of medium difficulty. As you get answers correct, the computer serves up more difficult questions and estimates your ability. And vice versa, as you answer incorrectly, the computer serves up easier questions and decreases its estimate of your ability. Your score is determined by an algorithm that calculates your ability level based not just on what you got right or wrong; but also on the difficulty level of the questions you answered which is the best part about GMAT computer adaptive test.


5 Mistakes made by a GMAT Test Taker

The Graduate Management Admission Test GMAT is a computer adaptive test (CAT) intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA.

Students, who are aspiring for GMAT exam, make a lot of mistakes while preparing for it and end up with low scores. Out of all of those mistakes we have listed down 5 most common mistakes done by GMAT test taker in their exams.


CET 2017 Expected Cut-Offs


CET 2017 has seen an increase in the number of registrations as compared to the last year.

Talking about the first cut analysis from the Morning Slot of CET 2017, the paper did surprise. The students felt that the exam was difficult, lengthy and comparable to CAT but was manageable provided your concepts were clear. This is well reflected in the Results 2017.

Keeping the past 3 years trends in vision the expected cut-offs for the CAP Rounds are as follows


cet 2017 cutoff


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CET 2017 Analysis

CATKing : CET Day 1 Slot 1 Analysis
– Most closest to CATKing Mock 4
– Overall Lengthier paper
– LR Arrangement Puzzles Difficult
– Rest LR Easy
– Quants Easy to Moderate
– Verbal Moderate
– Visual Reasoning : Easy
Good Attempts : 150- 170 plus smart guess
Expected Cutoffs : 145-150
Expected CutOffs for Top Colleges Mumbai
Sydneham MMS : 142-144
Sydenham PGDM : 140-142
Kj Somaiya MMS : 136-140
Welingkar MMS : 132-135
Sectional Analysis
Logical Reasoning
-More questions based on Arrangements – Linear / circular – Lengthy and Time Consuming
-Matrix Puzzles – Difficult
-Coding Decoding / Blood Relations – Easy
Visual Reasoning – Easy
– Easy to Moderate
– high focus on arithmetic questions : Averages / Percentages / Ratios / Time and Work
– Data interpretation – easy and less calculation intensive
-Time consuming but easy
-LENGTHY RCs (including questions on Vocab)
5 and 7 questions
-No Cloze tests or Parajumbles
-Chose the best alternative Fill in the blanks – easy
-Synonyms antonyms- Moderate
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Digital indiaDigital India is a campaign launched by the Government of India to ensure that Government services are made available to citizens electronically by improved online infrastructure and by increasing Internet connectivity or by making the country digitally empowered in the field of technology.

Digital India was launched on 1 July 2015 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The initiative includes plans to connect rural areas with high-speed internet networks. The vision of Digital India programme is inclusive growth in areas of electronic services, products, manufacturing and job opportunities etc and it is centred on three key areas – Digital Infrastructure as a Utility to Every Citizen, Governance & Services on Demand and Digital Empowerment of Citizens.




startup india

Startup India campaign is based on an action plan aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures to boost entrepreneurship and encourage start ups with jobs creation. The campaign was first announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his 15 August 2015 address from the Red Fort. It is focused on to restrict role of States in policy domain and to get rid of  “license raj” and hindrances like in land permissions, foreign investment proposal, environmental clearances. It was organized by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion .


The Chinese Financial Crisis, and its implication on India

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Topic : The Chinese Financial Crisis, and its implication on India

What is it –

1. China’s economic fortunes have waned since it posted double-digit economic growth only a few years ago. Its GDP growth has slowed to levels not seen in a quarter-century as the authorities press ahead with a plan to restructure from a manufacturing-dependent economy to a consumption-driven model.



Jallikattu – The ban should continue!



On one side, we have the government trying to ban everything and anything controversial and on the other hand the government lifted a ban that agitated more people than it pleased. Jallikattu, the bull-taming game of Tamil Nadu, known for its torturing nature has been given a nod.

Jallikattu was banned four years back when PETA and Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) documented and reported the practice of taming animal by torturing and angering them. The AWBI had written to the environment ministry on December 31, advising against any such action to lift the ban but it seems that the centre turned a deaf ear to the suggestion.


Current Affairs 2017

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GARG will be effective from April 1,2017

The Union Finance Ministry has announced that the General Anti Avoidance Rule (GAAR) will be effective from the 1 April, 2017. In this regard Income Tax (IT) department has issued a slew of clarifications on implementation of GAAR, seeking to address concerns of foreign investors over implementation of the anti-evasion measure. GAAR seeks to prevent companies from routing transactions through other countries to avoid taxes. The rules are framed mainly to minimize and check avoidance of tax. India will be the 17th nation in the world to have laws that aim to close tax loopholes.  At present, GAAR is in force in nations like Australia, Singapore, China and the UK.


Impact of Brexit on India

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Topic : Impact of Brexit on India

Positives –

1. UK loses a huge preferential market in the EU and would seek to build new alliances and trade pacts. India being one of the fastest growing economies is rightly poised to gain from this development. The migration of EU skilled labor would decrease and English speaking Indian talent pool is definitely going to benefit out of it.