MAH Law CET - (3 Yr. LLB)

MAH Law CET (3 Yr.) 2018 Exam Analysis

MAH Law CET 2018 was conducted in a 120-minute (2 hours) slot, with 150 objective type questions and no negative marking. The test had four sections without sectional time limit. The paper was made available in English & Marathi languages. Each question had four options

Here is a quick section level analysis of MAH Law CET 2018

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

This section had 30 Legal reasoning & no Legal GK/maxims based questions. There were no assertion-reasoning type questions either. Most questions were based on torts or contracts, with a few were based on constitution & miscellaneous topics. A few questions were based on uncommon areas within contracts & were deceptive in nature. While it came across as easy section with small questions, a few tricky questions may have gone unnoticed  

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

This section was dominated by current affairs (25-27Q) from historically popular areas like world news & forums, government positions & appointments, legal GK (5-6 Q each). There were 2-3 Q each from sports & static GK topics like history, books & authors & national establishments, festivals. Coverage was mostly based on events beyond September 2017. A few questions were from quite unpredictable areas. It was a moderately difficult section 

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

LR section had a different mix in two sessions. In the morning slot (10:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon), 2 sets of circular arrangements with 5 Q each were asked. Other question types were family tree, coding, syllogism & alphanumeric series. In the afternoon slot (2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.), there were no questions based on family tree or alphanumeric series. 1 case let of sequential input-output based questions was asked with 3-4 Q. There was one easy linear arrangement set with 5 Q. There were 2 sets of long & time consuming matrix arrangements & 1 more of linear arrangement (5Q each). There were 3-4 Q each on syllogism & variable comparison. A few single questions based on coding, odd-man out & alphanumeric series were manageable. No questions were asked 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. Due to time consuming matrix arrangements, many students were not left with much time to check the paper towards the end

English

English section had one lengthy RC passage (500+ words) with 10 Q. Conventional question types like cloze test (6Q), use of same word in different contexts (5Q), word replacement (7Q), para jumbles (5Q), simple vocab (2 antonyms, synonyms each), identification of grammatically incorrect sentences (5Q) were asked. 2-3 Q were of a new type, where single sentence had to be formed from three sentences without changing meaning. The overall section was fairly standard & scoring one

Ideal Attempt Time and Good Score

Sections

No. of Questions

Ideal Attempt Time

Good Score

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

30

30 Min

20-22

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

40

8-9 Min

15-16

Logical & Analytical Reasoning

30

40 Min

17-18

English

50

35 Min

32-35

Total

150

120 Min

87-90

 

MAH Law CET (3 Yr. LL.B) 2018: Expected Cut off

One should expect a total score of 90+ to get into top law colleges.

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