MH CET Law Paper Analysis

2019 - MH CET Law Paper Analysis (For 3-year program)

MH CET Law paper 2019 was directed in a 120-minute (2 hours) space, with 150 target type questions and no negative checking. The test was led across 3 spaces (Morning, Afternoon, and Evening) around the same time. The test had 4 sections with no sectional limit as such. The paper was made accessible in English and Marathi dialects. Each question had four choices. 

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 

The Legal Aptitude area was respected, over the spaces, to be the most effortless part of the parcel. The segment had 30 Legal Reasoning inquiries and no Legal General Knowledge or Legal Maxims based inquiries. The example continued as before from the previous year. The part was a reasonable mix of Torts, Contracts, and Criminal Law. Incidental themes like Family Law, Procedural Law, Intellectual Property Law, Company Law were additionally present. The questions were generally short and simple. So, a good attempt would be around 25 with 95 percent accuracy fetched good results.

General Knowledge and Current Affairs 

The General Knowledge area was a troublesome segment. The unexpected component was that static GK questions (Legal GK, Indian History, Historical figures, and Geography) took up to 40-half of the questions. the static GK questions, it was seen that while they were not indistinguishable the questions were comparative over the openings. E.g.: In the first part of the day opening the question was concerning the spot of the birthplace of Sabarmati River, and in the early evening space the question was concerning the beginning of Mahi River. The current GK question types included defense and aviation, government, science and innovation, Indian and world topography, business, and money. There was anyplace between 5-8 questions dependent on GK, a large portion of which were static and sacred law based.  

The current and static GK differed inside the scope of moderate to troublesome over the openings. The GK question trouble level-shifted, the GK in the afternoon session were direct than the morning session GK were extreme and dark. A good attempt would be between 14-15 questions.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning 

This part was decently troublesome, yet it was made altogether more troublesome because it was protracted. Their certain inquiries set which were tedious. Question type included square game plan, direct plan and grid plan, coding, and arguments (4-5 inquiries every), announcement and course of activities, fill the spaces, and section-based inquiry (1-2) each.

The set-based questions were especially tedious, consequently making it a bit difficult segment. The attempt of 20-25 questions was considered good to fetch good results in the segment.

English 

The English Section was protracted in all the spaces. The perusing perception sections were around 800 – 1000 words in length over the spaces. The entries and the connected inquiries, besides being long were tolerably troublesome as well. Ordinary inquiry types like understanding cognizance, recognizable proof of syntactically right sentences, the ID of the linguistically right word, sentence finishing, fill in the spaces, para jumbles, cloze test filled most of the 50-inquiry area. Anyway, there were sure shocks like inquiries where a single sentence must be framed from three sentences without changing the significance, two equivalents were given as a choice and exclusively each must be logically and syntactically right for a solitary clear and an arrangement of inquiries on a solitary para jumble, making it a difficult one.

One can expect a score of 90+ to get into top law colleges

Sections

 No. of Questions

Level of Difficulty (LOD)- all slots

Good Score

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

30

Easy

23-24

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

40

Moderate to difficult

14-15

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

30

Moderate to difficult

17-18

English

50

Moderate to difficult

32-34

Total

150

Moderate to difficult

82-87

2018 - MH CET Law Paper Analysis (For 3-year program)

MH CET Law paper 2018 was conducted in a 120-minute slot, had 150 objective type questions, and no negative marking as such. The test had four sections with no sectional time limit as such. The paper was made available in English & Marathi languages. Each question had four options
Here is a quick analysis of the MH CET 2018 3-year program exam
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
This part had 30 Legal aptitude and reasoning questions. There was no statement thinking type questions either. Most inquiries depended on misdeeds or agreements, with a couple depending on the constitution and random subjects. A couple of questions depended on exceptional regions inside agreements and were misleading in nature. While it was a simple area with not many questions, a couple of precarious and simple questions may have gone unnoticed. So, the attempt of 25-26 questions fetched a good score.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
This part was mostly covered by current issues (25-27 Questions) from historically well-known regions like world news and discussions, government positions and arrangements, legitimate GK (5-6 Q each). There were 2-3 Questions each from sports and static GK subjects like history, books and writers and public foundations, celebrations. Maximum questions were on exercises and function before 2017. A couple of questions were from very flighty territories. It was a moderately difficult segment. An attempt at 15-17 will be a good attempt
Logical & Analytical Reasoning
LR section was having a different mix of the question set in two sessions. The morning slot was from 10:00 AM to 12:00 NOON, 2 sets of circular arrangements with 5 Q each were asked. Other question types were a family tree, coding, syllogism & alphanumeric series. As there were no questions based on the family tree or alphanumeric series. In 1 case let of sequential input-output based questions were asked with 3-4 Questions. There was a set of easy linear arrangement set with 5 questions. There were 2 sets of long & time-consuming matrix arrangements & 1 more linear arrangement (5Questions each). There were 3-4 Questions each on syllogism & variable comparison. A few single questions based on coding; odd man out & alphanumeric series were manageable. There were no questions based on clocks, calendars in either slot. There were no questions from verbal reasoning-oriented topics like critical reasoning, course of action, cause & effect, statement-assumption, etc. matrix arrangements were time-consuming due to which many students were not left with much time to check the paper towards the end. An attempt at 17-20 will be a very good attempt.
English
The English section had one lengthy RC passage (500+ words) with 10 Questions. Conventional question types like cloze test (6Questions), use of the same word in different contexts (5Questions), word replacement (7Questions), para jumbles (5Questions), simple vocab (2 antonyms, synonyms each), identification of grammatically incorrect sentences (5Questions) were asked. 2-3 Questions were of a new type, where a single sentence had to be formed from three sentences without changing meaning. The overall section was fairly standard & scoring one. An attempt at 32-35 questions with 90-95% accuracy will be a good attempt.

Sections

No. of Questions

Level of Difficulty (LOD)- all slots

Good Score

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

30

Easy

20-22

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

40

Moderate to difficult

15-16

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

30

Moderate to difficult

17-18

English

50

Moderate to difficult

32-35

Total

150

Moderate to difficult

87-90

2017 - MH CET Law Paper Analysis (For 3-year program)

MH CET Law paper 2017 was conducted in 120-minute slots, having 150 objective type questions and no negative marking for the wrong attempt. The exam has 4 sections with no time limit for each section. The paper was made available in English & Marathi languages. Each question had four options. There was no deviation in question types in comparison to the sample paper.

Here is a quick section level analysis of the MH CET Law 2017

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

This section had 30 Legal reasoning & no Legal GK questions. Questions were not long as most of them had one line each in principle & fact. This section was a fair mix of all topics. Torts dominated the section (9 Questions), followed by Procedural law (5 Questions) Criminal Law (4Questions), and 2 questions each from Constitution, Contracts, and Property Law. The rest of the questions were from miscellaneous areas like Arbitration (1 Question), Consumer Protection (1 Question), and general/self-created laws (4 Questions).

Answers could be directly inferred from the given principle. There were hardly any tricky/confusing questions. The overall difficulty level of the section remained easy. A good attempt of 24-26 with 90-95% accuracy fetched a good score

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

Current Affairs dominated this section with 24 questions. THE static GK part of this section had only 16 questions. CA was mainly from areas like government & politics, awards & honors, personalities, sports, world news & forums. C.A. required more of a general reading rather than topic-focused preparation.  Static GK was based on trade terminologies, economy, Indian politics, national insignia & establishments. A good attempt would be 24-25 questions.

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

Most of the questions in this segment depended on courses of action for example grid plans (2 sets with 10 questions) and direct course of action (1 set with 5 questions). One set dependent on the day-individual city had a place with a more elevated level of trouble. Aside from this, there were 3 Questions on genealogical record, 2Questions on headings, 3 Questions on information adequacy, 2 Questions on coherent riddles, and 5 Questions on Syllogism. Aside from questions on Syllogisms, the level of questions was moderately difficult. An attempt of 22-23 fetched a good result in the section.

English

All questions of one type were grouped in this section. This section had 2 RC passages with 10 Q each. The passages were 550-600 words making the section lengthy and time-consuming. The questions were based on direct facts, vocabulary, and central ideas. There were 10 questions each on phrase replacement and cloze test. The remaining 10 questions were from Para jumbles (5) and grammar (5).  The difficulty level of this section can term as easy-moderate. A good attempt would be 35-38 questions.

Sections

No. of Questions

Level of Difficulty (LOD)- all slots

Good Score

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

30

Easy

24 – 25

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

40

Moderate

24 – 25

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

30

Moderate to difficult

22-23

English

50

Moderate to difficult

35-38

Total

150

Moderate to difficult

105-111

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