CET exam difficulty Level

CET exam difficulty Level

Every MBA entrance exam has its own level of difficulty when you compare it with other MBA entrance exams. The CET exam difficulty level also varies from student to student.

When you compare MAH CET with CAT, the syllabus is not that different although CAT doesn’t actually have a well-defined syllabus. MAH CET paper pattern includes 200 questions in 150 mins, however there is no negative marking.

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test commonly known as (MAH-CET) is a computer-based management entrance exam. It has sections including quantitative aptitude, data interpretation, data sufficiency, logical reasoning, visual reasoning, verbal ability, verbal reasoning and reading comprehension. It is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education(DTE), Maharashtra for the admission in the MBA/MMS programmes in various B-schools all over Maharashtra. The exam is conducted in the month of March every year. It holds immense significance as its score is valid for admission to over 100 management colleges across Maharashtra. The admission to the management courses is a centralised process and is covered under Centralized Admission Process (CAP).

MAH CET is unique in its own way. The paper has mix of all questions from quantitative aptitude, data interpretation, data sufficiency, logical reasoning, visual reasoning, verbal ability, verbal reasoning and reading comprehension in a jumbled format. MAH-CET tests the students for consistency across these diverse question sets. It also tests students on the variety of questions at different levels of difficulty under extreme time pressure.

So while it is generally thought to be as one of the easier papers to crack, students very easily overlook the fact that it is not being able to answer the question that gets you the admission but the ability to beat your competitors in the race against time that wins you the seat.

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It is true that CET is more predictable than some of the other exams, but it is the very fine nuances in the level of difficulty each year that becomes the most vital element of surprise and deals a blow to the best of the strategies. This is at most times difficult to deal with as opposed to exams where unpredictability itself is predictable. This is what makes CET challenging and difficult.

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