MAH CET 2019 Analysis: MAH CET is an important State level entrance exam for MBA admission 2019 in 330+ MBA colleges in Maharashtra including JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, Welingkar among others. The exam is conducted by State CET Cell on behalf of Maharashtra Government.
A detailed analysis of MAH CET 2019 MBA entrance exam has been presented for the aspirants to prepare for the exam in the best way. The information shared below is for MAH CET 2019 MBA entrance exam which offers admission opportunity to various high ROI MBA/MMS 2019-23 courses offered at low fee by 330+ MBA colleges in Maharashtra – both to Maharashtra State (MS) and Outside Maharashtra State (OMS) candidates. MAH CET 2019 exam centres are located in 47 cities in India. Apart from the maximum number of exam centres located in Maharashtra, the exam is also conducted in many state capitals
The MAH CET 2019 was lengthy and difficult for the Logical Reasoning section, but comparatively easier for the Abstract Reasoning section. The Quantitative Aptitude section was moderate while the Verbal Ability section was easier. MAH CET 2019 found some changes in the LR and VA sections but overall, the section was easy to attempt.
MAH CET 2019 Analysis: In the Logical Reasoning section, sets of arrangements were a bit difficult to attempt. So, the students needed to be smart enough to attempt the other sets and come back to the arrangements sets if time permits them. An attempt of 40-44 questions was considered as a good attempt.
Abstract Reasoning section was the easiest section of all the four. Questions concentrated on series or analogies types of questions. An attempt of 20-22 questions was considered as a good attempt.
MAH CET 2019 Analysis: The Quantitative Aptitude sections included questions from Pie charts, tables, caselets, line graphs. The candidate needed to be smart in choosing the questions he/she should attempt considering the difficulty. But looking at it from a broader perspective, the exam was having moderate difficulty. An attempt of 34-36 questions was possible.
In the VA section, there were three passages instead of the usual two in both the slots. But the passages were easy to read and attempt. There were more of vocabulary-based questions where the candidate would be asked to fill a blank. An attempt of 38-40 marks was considered a good attempt.