CET Exam Difficulty LevelTejasvini Verma
Regarding the difficulty level of questions MH-CET is less demanding than CAT, there’s likewise no negative checking however If you are not from Maharashtra at that point, seats for you are less. As you can plan for CS proficient exam alongside yet you have to adjust your chance.
CET Exam is a decently troublesome exam. When contrasted with CAT the inquiries are significantly less demanding. Be that as it may, the real prerequisite for changing over a CET Exam is speed. You should be extremely quick to comprehend the inquiries in a CET Exam. There is additionally one or more point that the quantity of uses for CET are relatively not as much as the quantity of utilizations for CAT exam. This lessens the opposition naturally.
CET is a PC based exam and it doesn’t take after any fix design, it isn’t separated into any segments, you change to any inquiry whenever. There is no area and whenever contraint for specific inquiries. There are add up to 200 inquiries and time given is 2.5 hours i.e. 150 Minutes. Number of inquiries for any subject/theme isn’t foreordained. The paper is completely cluttered up. There is no negative checking for the CET.
Eligibility Criteria for MAH/MBA CET
-Candidates should be graduates from an institute or university recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) in any discipline having a minimum 50% score in total. Candidates who belong to the backward class categories and persons with disability (Maharashtra state candidates only) are permitted to apply with a score sheet of minimum 45% marks in aggregate.
-The Candidate must have completed their graduation in the stipulated time as per the respective University rule.
-Final year students are also eligible to apply for the entrance test, on condition that they must clear their graduation before the admission process.
MAHCET MBA test is conducted by DTE Maharashtra in the month of March to get admissions to Maharashtra MBA/MMS and PGDM/PGDBM programs. This year, 65-70% Maharashtra seats and 15-20% Management seats may be filled by MAHCET and remaining 15% all-India quota seats can be filled by B-schools using CAT, CMAT, XAT, MAT, or any other national-level entrance exam of MBA.
Syllabus for the CET test includes Quantitative Ability : Maths, Quantitative Comparison, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, Analytical Puzzles, Analytical Reasoning, Non Verbal Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Verbal Ability, Verbal Reasoning.
QUANTITATIVE ABILITY in MBA CET
4.Profit,Loss and Discount
5.Average/ Ration and Proportion/ Mixtures
6.Time and Work/ Speed and Distance
7.Algebra/ Progression/ Set Theory
11.Permutation, Combination/ Probability
LANGUAGE SKILLS(VERBAL ABILITY)
1.Synonyms and Antonyms
3.Odd one out
5.Idioms and Phrases
7.Phrases/ Sentence Improvement
12.Statement and Conclusion/ Assumptions/ Arguements/ Courses of Action
13.Assertion and Reason
14.Cause and Effect
1.Analogy and Odd One Out
2.Alphabetical and Numerical Series
4.Direction, Time and Clock Test
7.Quant Based Reasoning
9.Visual Reasoning, Cube and Dice
10.Analytical and Puzzle Reasoning
13.Evaluation of Interface and Decision Making
5.Triangular Bar Diagram/ Passage Based Data
6.Data Comparing and Sufficiency
CET is a PC based exam and it doesn’t take after any fix design, it isn’t partitioned into any segments, you change to any question whenever. There is no segment and timing constraint for specific inquiries. There are add up to 200 questions and time given is 2.5 hours i.e. 150 Minutes. Number of questions for any subject/point isn’t foreordained. The paper is completely scattered up. There is no negative marking for the CET.
MAH CET 2017 was held in four openings in two days fourteenth and fifteenth March i.e. two spaces every day. The greatest change in the exam this year was four alternatives rather than five options. The test was on the web and had a ton of issues regarding quality, exam interface and correctness of questions. There were bunches of new sorts of questions seen for the current year.