MHCET LAW Paper Analysis

MH CET Law Paper Analysis 2019 (For 5-year program)

MH CET Law 5- the year 2019 exam, held on 21 April 2019 from 10 AM – 12 Noon. The online exam had 150 Questions having one mark each. The difficulty was on the easy-moderate side, had some surprises in the exam

Here is a quick section-wise analysis of the 5-year program 2019

  • Legal Aptitude & Legal Reasoning 

Following the past trend, this section had all legal reasoning questions of principle-fact type & was a scoring one. As high as 14 questions from criminal law came as a surprise element. There were 12 questions from contracts & 11 questions from torts. 3 questions were miscellaneous. Questions were of moderate length but easy and 30-32 would be a great attempt

  • English 

This section had two RC passages with each having around 450-500 words. The one about the legal profession with 8 questions was moderately difficult & the other one with 5 questions was easy. There were 3 questions each from fill in the blanks (words), error spotting within a sentence & grammar correction. 4 questions needed jumbling of words to make a logical sentence. 2 questions each were based on the correct use of phrases & words within a sentence. Overall, this was an easy & scoring section. 20-22 question would be a great attempt

  • General Knowledge with Current Affairs 

Expectedly, almost 12-13 questions were of the static type, including 7 questions from Static Legal GK & 4 from Indian history. Easy static questions were asked from world forums, establishments & government schemes (1 question each). Except for a few unexpected history Questions & few tough 

Current affairs questions, on the other hand, some required second level knowledge in certain questions e.g. Title winner’s country, location of defense exercise,  location of satellite launch, government scheme’s end date, etc, which made them look difficult. A few unusual questions were based on awards & sports. 2 questions from business & trade were doable with some reading. Overall, this section made a difference in the overall score. 16-17 would be a good score as per the attempt

  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning 

Like a typical logical and reasoning section, the candidate was expected to choose the right case lets & left out lengthy ones that would have avoided unwarranted frustration & time wastage for smart test takers. One matrix arrangement with 5 questions (Fruits, people & departments) was a ‘must-leave’ set. So was the logical puzzle with a comparison of the height of 3 people. The one with 5 questions on the vertical arrangement was a little time consuming but easy. Syllogism-based (4 questions), linear arrangement case with north-south facing (5 questions) & family tree (2 questions) were ‘must-solving’ sets. 4-5 questions each on comparison of variables & linear arrangement with 2 dimensions would have consumed some time. 5 questions on word coding were simple. By avoiding time wasters, around 30 questions could have been attempted in 35 min with a score of 23-24 marks. Performance in this section will also make a difference in the overall score. However, 22-24 questions would be a great attempt.

  • Mathematical Aptitude 

 

This was the simplest of the sections for students who bothered to attempt it. Two Questions were based on quadratic inequalities & ratio-proportion each. 3 Questions were based on the Venn diagram. The rest were spread across profit & loss, TSD, time & work. This was as easy a section as English & 6-7 marks could have been easily scored

Adding up the section-wise total, 100+ should still be a decent score for Top law schools

 

Sections

No. of Questions

Level of Difficulty (LOD)

Good Score

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

40

Easy

30-32

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

30

Moderate

16-17

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

40

Easy

23-24

English

30

Easy

22-23

Mathematical Aptitude

10

Easy

6-7

Total

150

Easy

100+

MH CET Law Paper Analysis 2018 (For 5-year program)

Welcome to the investigation of the MH CET  5-year program 2018 test. The test was held on 22 April 2018 from 10 AM – 12 Noon. The online test was of 150 Questions, each question having 1 mark. Questions were placed across 5 sections.
Here is a brief analysis of the paper MH CET law 2018 
  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 
Like a year ago, the segment had 40 Legal thinking and no LGK questions. LR questions were just of joke ‘Standard Facts’ sort. Out of 40, 19 were contracts based (7-8 Q on association), 14 Q on Criminal Law. For practically 20+ Questions, there was clarification given rather than realities. Around 7 Q were different (legal advisor customer benefit, proof, IT act, enrollment of will, the limit of minor, cartel-rivalry law). By and large, this part was genuinely simple with no long inquiries. A decent attempt would be 30-32 with 95 percent accuracy.
  • English 
The trouble level of this part was easy to medium. There was one RC of 10 Questions. It was long yet a simple one. There was 5-6 Question on most syntactically right decisions. Every one of them had ‘No blunder’ as one of the alternatives, which made them precarious. There were 4 Questions each on expression rectification, para tangles, and spelling mistakes in a sentence. A score of 20-22 will be accepted and the questions somewhere between 21-24 would be a great attempt.  
  • General Knowledge with Current Affairs 
This was a remarkable segment wherein there were, in any event, two unique arrangements of inquiries. One gathering of understudies announced 25 static and 5 Current Affairs questions. Many static inquiries depended on public emblem and foundations, waterways, states, Indian history. 2Q was from Legal GK (Constitution). Current undertakings question depended on government plans, abstract honors, and film. 
For other people, the GK segment was comprised of 12-15 Current Affairs and the rest were static GK. While it is hard to anticipate, 15-18 ought to be a respectable score with an attempt of somewhere between 16-18 questions with 95 percent accuracy.
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning 
This was maybe the most tedious segment. A couple of inquiry types were the same in 2017, for example, direct game plan (5Questions), round course of action (5Questions), network plan (5Questions). There was a set dependent on disparities between factors and examination between them (5Questions). Network course of action was a tedious one 
Successive info yield (5 Questions) came as a shock and it was a tedious one. The straight course of action case let was additionally precarious since individuals in the plan were seeing in inverse ways. Information adequacy (3 Questions – Family tree and bearings based) was another shock. Other inquiry types were image-based rationale, alphanumeric arrangement, and coding (2Questions each), puzzle (1Question). There were 5Q on genuinely simple arguments. By spending around 30-35 min on this segment, 25-28 Questions was seen as a decent attempt to score well in this segment
  • Mathematical Aptitude 
Mathematical problems were straight forward. The questions were generally were based on Data Sufficiency (2Questions), Quadratic conditions (2Questions), TSD (2Questions – Train, and upstream-downstream). One question each was posed from SI-CI, midpoints, organization, benefit, and misfortune. Most questions did not need long figuring; henceforth around 8 Questions ought to have been appropriately done in 10 min.
This test was not very difficult. Keen test-takers would do well by scoring in LA, English, and maths areas. LR required a cautious choice of questions and CA-GK is hard to foresee since there were, in any event, two unique arrangements of GK questions.100+ should, in any case, be a nice score for top law colleges 

Sections

 

No. of Questions

Level of Difficulty (LOD)

Good Score

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

40

Fairly Easy

30-32

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

30

Moderate

15-18

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

40

Easy

23-24

English

30

Easy

20-22

Mathematical Aptitude

10

Easy

6-7

Total

150

Easy

100+

MH CET Law Paper Analysis 2017 (For 5-year program)

MH CET Law paper 2017 was conducted in a 120-minute (2 hours) slot, with 150 objective type questions and there was no negative marking. The test had five sections with no sectional time limits. The paper was made available in English & Marathi languages. Each question had four options. Those who had appeared in other law entrance exams in the 2017 academic season had an advantage in terms of concept familiarity and time management. There was not much difference in question types as compared to the sample paper

A brief analysis of the MAH Law CET 2017 (5 Yr. LL. B) is provided please check

  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

The section had 40 Legal reasoning & no Legal GK questions. Questions were not lengthy with one line each in principle & fact. The section was a fair mix of all topics under the gamut of legal reasoning. Among the conventional topics, torts (5), contracts (4), IPR & property law (3), criminal laws, constitution & family law (2 each) formed 18 questions. The remaining 22 questions were spread across taxation, corporate, evidence, procedural, general, self-made & fictional laws. Out of these, around 15 questions did not need a previous understanding of legal concepts. Those questions could have been solved with general understanding with adherence to principle. A few questions needed knowledge of commonly used commercial terms, e.g. accrual, principle debtor, surety, etc. 

Five difficult questions looked obvious but were deceptive. E.g. Questions around joinder of parties & a few others. An intelligent guess using options was possible in these cases since a few options were completely absurd. The attempt between 26-27 questions fetched a good score.

  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs

This section had a balance of 15 Static GK & 15 current affairs questions. Current affairs were mainly made up of government & politics, awards & honors, personalities, sports, world news & forums. Static GK was based on trade terminologies, economy, Indian politics, national insignia & establishments. The overall section had a few sitters & current affairs were easier than Static GK questions. A few CA questions with the ‘None of the above’ answer option annoyed a lot of students, since they could not use elimination in such cases. The attempt of 17-20 questions was considered a good attempt with 100 percent accuracy.

  • Logical & Analytical Reasoning

It was dominated by linear, circular & matrix arrangements (5 each). There were 5 questions on inequalities, 3 on the family tree, and 2 on directions. 3 questions on data sufficiency were lengthy. There were 7 questions on coding. Within analytical reasoning, there were 5 syllogism questions. The section was lengthy & hence time-consuming. Case let on 12 people sitting in 2 rows could have been avoided. The attempt of 30-32 questions with 95 percent accuracy fetched good results.

  • English

All questions of one type were grouped in this section. A single RC passage with 10 questions surprised a few students. The passage was about pollution in China & around 350-word long. Almost all questions were direct & fact/vocabulary based. There were 5 questions each on phrase replacement, para jumbles, grammar errors & cloze test. The section was easy-moderate and an attempt of 28-30 with 95 percent accuracy fetched a good result.

  • Basic Mathematics

The level of difficulty was easy-medium. Most questions were single liners & formula based. Key topics were SI-CI, equation-based (2 each), percentages, profit & loss, ages, TSD, mensuration, mixtures (1 each). Knowledge of formulae would have helped and the attempt of 10-12 was considered good.

 

Sections

No. of Questions

Level of Difficulty (LOD)

Good Score

legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

40

Fairly Easy

26-27

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

30

Moderate

17-18

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

40

Moderate

26-27

English

30

Easy

22-23

Basic Mathematics

10

Easy

6-8

Total

150

Easy

97-103

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