MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019

24 Jan, 2019

MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 – It is necessary for the students to know that the related elements of MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 that will be announced by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra on the official website. MH CET 2019 exam will be totally different for the pharma and engineering fields. However, no big changes are expected in the MH CET 2019 exam pattern, it will be as similar as MH CET 2018 exam, though few changes are normal to happen in any exam. Besides going through the exam pattern that help the candidates to know the overall pattern of the test paper such as number of questions, mode, medium, marking scheme etc., candidates must also check out the MH CET syllabus 2019 to have detailed information about the sections from which the questions will be asked and most importantly, the topics covered under each section.

Some essential keynotes on MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019, which will likewise give all the students a brief about the exam syllabus are as per the following:

  • MH CET Law 2019 will be conducted only online and no other mode (offline) of the exam is allowed.
  • MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 tells that the total exam timing would be 2 hours (120 minutes) only.
  • There will be different areas in the exam, 150 questions will come in multiple-choice way.
  • One mark will be awarded for every right answer and 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer (negative marking)

    Similarly, the student must also know the important dates first related to MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 so that they will not miss any essential step and process of MH CET Exam 2019. Below table will give a clear indication of what are the MH CET Law important dates 2019.

    MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 for 3-year LLB Program

    Candidates who will be appearing in the MH CET Law 2019 exam for 3-year LLB program have to give one paper with questions from 4 different sections which are mentioned below:

    • Sections
    • Legal Reasoning and Legal Aptitude
    • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
    • English
    • General Knowledge with Current Affairs
    • Mode – the entrance test of MH CET Law 2019 will be conducted in online mode
    • Question-type – only objective type questions will be asked
    • Medium – the test paper of MH CET Law 2019 will be Bilingual i.e. in English and Marathi
    • Time Duration – the time duration of 2 hrs will be allotted to the general and the reserved category whereas, 30 minute extra will be given for the candidates of PwD category.
    • Marking Scheme – for each correct answer, candidates will be given 1 mark and for attempting an incorrect answer, no mark will be deducted.

    Distribution of Questions- Section-wise

    Section No. of Questions
    Logical and Analytical Reasoning 30
    Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning 30
    General Knowledge with Current Affairs 40
    English 50
    Total 150

    Marking Scheme for 3-Year LLB Program

    Section Name No. of Questions Total Marks
    Logical and Analytical Reasoning 30 30
    Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 30 30
    English 50 50
    General Knowledge with Current Affairs 40 40
    Total 150 150

    MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2019 for 5-Year LLB Program

    To pursue 5-year Law program and to appear in the entrance test of MH CET Law 2019, candidates need to go through the exam pattern which is given below in detail:

    • Sections – the questions asked in MH CET Law 2019 will be based on 5 sections which are given-below:
    • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
    • Mathematical Aptitude
    • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
    • English
    • General Knowledge with Current Affairs
    • Mode – the entrance test of MH CET Law for 5-year program will be held in online mode
    • Question-type – the questions asked in the exam will be of objective-type
    • Time Duration – candidates of the general and reserved category will be given the time duration of 2 hrs. On the other hand, the person with disabilities (PWD) will get the extra 30 minutes for the completion of the test paper
    • Medium – the test paper of MH CET Law 2019 will consist of questions in two languages i.e. in Marathi and English
    • Marking Scheme – candidates will be awarded 1 mark for each correct answer whereas, for the wrong answer, there will be no deduction of the mark

    Distribution of Questions – Section-wise

    Section No. of Questions
    General Knowledge with Current Affairs 30
    English 30
    Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 40
    Mathematical Aptitude 10
    Logical and Analytical Reasoning 40
    Overall 150

    Marking Scheme for 5-year LLB Program

    Section No. of Questions Total Marks
    Logical and Analytical Reasoning 40 40
    Basic Mathematics 10 10
    Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 40 40
    English 30 30
    General Knowledge with Current Affairs 30 30
    Total 150 150

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    MH CET Law Syllabus 2019 (3-year and 5-year LLB Program)

    For 3-year as well as 5-year LLB programs, candidates have to prepare the below-mentioned sections about which the information has been provided here. Thus, let’s have a glimpse of it:

    • English – This section comprises of the topics that aim at testing the writing skills, vocabulary and most importantly the grammar portion. Thus, to know the topics covered under this section, go through the table wherein the detail information is furnished:
    Chapter Topics Covered
    English Proficiency Fill in the Blanks
      Idioms and Phrases
      Subject-Verb Agreement
      Sentence Improvement & Rearrangement
      Noun/Pronoun/Articles & Conjunction
      One-word Substitution
    English Vocabulary Homonyms
      Analogies
      Synonyms
      Word Definitions
      Antonyms
    English Comprehension Based on the given passage, candidates will be asked questions
    English Usage Errors Spotting Errors
      Grammatical errors- voice, tense, preposition usage, speech errors
      Inappropriate Usage of words
      Correct Spelling
    • Logical and Analytical Reasoning – the questions asked in this section checks the ability of the candidates to identify the logical link, rectify in logical arguments, identify patterns etc. Further, for 3-year LLB program, the total number of 30 questions will be asked whereas, for 5-year LLB program, 40 questions will be asked. Now, to know the topics from which questions will be asked, let’s check out the following table:
                          Topics covered under Logical and Analytical Reasoning
    Assertion- Reason Direction and Distance Test
    Ranking Blood Relationships
    Statement & Actions Statement & Conclusions
    Analogy Sitting Arrangements
    Syllogism Number Test
    Share trading Statement & Assumptions
    Statement & Arguments Coding & Decoding
    • Legal Aptitude & Legal Reasoning – this section comprises of questions that test the aptitude of the candidates in law, problem-solving ability, research etc. Questions asked in this section are formulated on the basis of legal proposition and facts that satisfy the propositions. Moving ahead to the distribution of the questions, for the 5-year LLB program, the number of questions from this section will be 40 in number. Moreover, for 3-year LLB program, 30 questions will be asked. To know more, go through the table furnished below:
                                          Topics for Legal Aptitude Section
    Indian Constitution Indian Penal Code
    Legal Maxims Important Landmarks, Supreme Court Judgements
    Indian Contract Act Family Law
    Law of Torts Legal Fundamentals and Terms
    • General Knowledge with Current Affairs – For acquiring good marks in this section, candidates must remain updated with all the latest happenings in the country and in the world as well. Candidates to obtain good marks need to know the distribution of questions according to which for 5-year LLB program, 30 questions will be asked and that for 3-year LLB program, the number of questions will be 40. However, to fetch the detailed information, just scrutinize the below-given table:
                       Topics for General Knowledge and Current Affairs Section
    General Science National and International Trending Topics
    Agriculture Awards and Achievements
    Books and Authors Environment
    Geography Economics (Outline of Indian Economy, National Income of India, Indian Tax Structure)
    Politics Ancient, Medieval, Modern and World History
    Industries Major Industries in India
    Science and Technology Environment & Ecology
    • Basic Mathematics – The questions from this section will be asked only for 5-year LLB program. Most of the questions asked in this section will be from class 10th Therefore, let’s have a look at the below-given topics covered:
    Chapter Topics
    Modern Mathematics Permutation & Combination, Clocks & Calendars, Probability
    Mensuration Areas, Volumes
    Arithmetic H.C.F and L.C.M, Fractions and Decimals, Simplification, Time and Work, Logarithms, Functions, Number System, Roots and Indices, Average
    Commercial Mathematics Percentage, Profit, loss and Discount, Interest, Partnership
    Data Interpretation Graphs, Charts

    MH CET Law 2019 Preparation Tips for 3-year and 5-year LLB Program

    • First of all, candidates must prepare the study chart on a regular basis to prepare accordingly for the exam
    • Purchase the reference books for each subject and of the best author to learn various methods, tips, and tricks for solving complex questions
    • Practice from the study material and the previous year’s question as well as sample papers to get the idea of the difficulty level, types of questions that might be asked in the upcoming exam of MH CET law
    • To obtain good marks in GK and current affairs section, read the magazines and newspapers on a daily basis to be aware of the latest updates which are happening in the country and overseas
    • Most importantly, try to stay calm and healthy during the exam days
    • For having a better idea about the MH CET law examination, aspirants can talk to a mentor or someone who has already taken and qualified the law examination

    This article is aimed at making the MH CET law exam aspirants aware of the exam pattern of 2019 so that they can prepare accordingly. Post your queries in the comment section below.

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