MAH-CET 2019 Syllabus: What to expect in the exam?

DTE Maharashtra had updated the syllabus for MAH-MBA/MMS CET exam and the exam is scheduled to be conducted on 10th March. Therefore, it is important that the candidates go through the revised MAH-CET syllabus in order to prepare for the examination productively. In case, there are any updates for the MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2019 exam, it will be notified on this page.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Questions from this section are mainly asked to test candidates’ English language proficiency. In this test, there will be passages with questions based on their contents to test candidate’s comprehension ability.

Under this section candidate’s English Language ability will be tested with the help of questions from grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms, reading comprehension of passages etc.

Practice Questions on Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Quantitative Aptitude

Under this section, questions are asked to test that how fast and accurate a candidate can work with numbers, do numerical calculations understand various arithmetic problems.

Questions from this section are mainly asked from following topics;

• Numbers

• Ratio & Proportion

• Percentage

• Quantitative Reasoning

• Data Interpretation – Graphs, Charts, Tables

Practice Questions on Quantitative Aptitude 

Logical / Abstract Reasoning

Under this section, questions are asked to test the quick, accurate, and sharp thinking of a candidate.

Questions from this section are mainly asked from following topics;

• Linear and Circular Arrangement

• Symbol based Comparison

• Sequential Output

• Series Completion

• Direction

• Conditional Coding

• Selection Criteria

• Venn Diagram

• Verbal Ability

Practice Questions on Logical / Abstract Reasoning

Marking Scheme in MAH-CET Exam 2019

It’s also important to know about the kind of topics that will be covered in the final exam and weightage of marks for each topic. Take a look at this following table, to understand about the marking scheme of MAH-CET exam:

Topics

No. of Questions

Marks per Question

Maximum Marks

Total Marks

Logical Reasoning

75

1

75

 

 

 

200

Abstract Reasoning

25

1

25

Quantitative Aptitude

50

1

50

Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension

50

1

50

Important points to remember:

  1. The test will comprise of multiple choice questions with 5 options for each question
  2. There is no negative marking system for this test
  3. Test duration is of 150 minutes
  4. The medium of paper will be in English
  5. Mode of the examination will be Online

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