MH CET Law exam date, syllabus, and exam pattern

02 May, 2024
Priyal Kakaye

The MH CET Law 2024 exam date for the 5-year LLB has been revised. The exam will now be conducted on May 30, 2024. Earlier, the MAH CET Cell extended the MH CET Law 2024 registration for the 5-year LLB course till April 15, 2024.

MH CET Law exam date

Candidates must carry at least two copies of their admit card to the exam centre. MH CET Law 2024 is a state-level entrance exam conducted by Maharashtra to get admissions into law programs like LLB and Integrated LLB with a course duration of 3 and 5 years, respectively. MH CET Law, also known as Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law, is the name of the exam.

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Candidates can complete the MH CET Law Registration 2024 from the official website –  cetcell.mahacet.org.  In this blog will get to know about the MH CET Law exam date, syllabus, exam patterns, preparation tips and more. 

MH CET Law exam date 2024: Highlights

Name of ExamMH CET Law (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law)
Conducting BodyState CET Cell Maharashtra
LanguagesEnglish, Marathi
Official Websitemahacet.org
Frequency Once a Year
Exam LevelState-level, Undergraduate 
Programs Offered5-year LLB & 3-year LLB
MH CET Law CollegesLaw colleges in Maharashtra 
MH CET Law Exam ModeOnline [Objective]
MH CET Law Form FeesGEN – 800 & Reserved category – 500

MH CET Law exam date for 5-year LLB 

The table below explains the important events and their tentative dates for the MH CET Law entrance exam 2024:

EventDates for 5-year LLB
MH CET Law 2024 Registration Open Date 18 Jan 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Registration Close Date18 Feb 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Registration Extension15 April 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Admit Card Release18 May 2024
MH CET Law Exam Date 202430 May 2024
MH CET Law 2024 ResultJune 2024
MH CET Law 2024 CounsellingYet to announced

 

MH CET Law exam date for 3-year LLB 

EventDates for 3-year LLB
MH CET Law 2024 Registration Open Date 11 Jan 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Registration Close Date24 Feb 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Registration Extension24 Feb 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Admit Card Release3 March 2024
MH CET Law Exam Date 202412 and 13 March 2024
MH CET Law 2024 Result3 May 2024
MH CET Law 2024 CounsellingJune 2024

MH CET Law exam Pattern

Exam modeOnline, CBT mode
LanguageMarathi and English
Type of paperMultiple choice question paper
Exam duration120 minutes
Total number of questions150
Total marks150
Marking scheme1 mark for each correct answer
Negative markingNo
No. of Sections3 Year LLB – 4 (No Maths);  5 Year LLB – 5
Sections IncludedLegal Aptitude & Legal Reasoning, GK & Current Affairs, Logical & Analytical Reasoning, English, Maths

 

MH CET Law Syllabus 2024

The syllabus for MH CET Law 2024 is prescribed by the Maharashtra CET cell.

Here is brief information on the syllabus and the subject-wise number of questions:

  • The MH CET Law MAH-LLB (5 Years) program syllabus includes Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning, specifically focusing on Law, Legal Aptitude, and Problem-Solving Ability in Unit 01.
  • The 5-year LLB syllabus also covers General Knowledge of Current Affairs, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, English, and Mathematical Aptitude.
  • The syllabus for the MH CET Law MAH-LLB (3 Years) program includes Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning.
  • The 3-year LLB syllabus also encompasses General Knowledge of Current Affairs, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, and English.

 

MH CET Law Exam admit card

The admit card for MH CET Law 2024 is released a week or two before the exam. The authorities will release separate admit cards for both courses. 

The hall ticket must be carried to the exam centre containing details like exam date, timings, exam centre address, roll number, etc. By following the simple steps below, you can download the admit card.

  1. Visit the official website of MH CET Law.
  2. Click on the course you have applied to (3 years or 5 years LLB)
  3. Click on the admit card link.
  4. Enter your login credentials: Login ID and Password.
  5. Click submit, and the admit card will be displayed on the screen.
  6. Download and take a printout of the admit card.

 

Best Books for MH CET Law

SectionRecommended Books for MH CET Law Preparation
GK and Current Affairs– Yearly General Knowledge Book by Pearson | Daily Newspaper (The Hindu/Indian Express/The Telegraph)
Mathematics– Boards Textbooks and NCERT Maths Textbooks (Class 10-12) | Taxmann’s Mathematics for CLAT by Shailesh Kumar | Quantitative Aptitude by R.S. Agrawal
English– Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHCET) for Law Entrance Exam Guide (English) by Arihant Experts

 – Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHCET) for Law Entrance Exam Question Bank (English) by Arihant Experts

 

MH CET Law 2024 Preparation Tips

  1. Understand the Exam Pattern: Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern, including the number of questions, marking scheme, and time allocation for each section.
  2. Gather Study Materials:  Collect all the relevant study materials, including MH CET Law previous years’ question papers, textbooks and preparation guides.
  3. Create a Study Schedule: Develop a comprehensive study schedule that covers all subjects and topics in the syllabus. Allocate time for each subject and ensure regular breaks for relaxation.
  4. Focus on Legal Aptitude: Legal aptitude is an important section. Practice legal reasoning, case studies, and questions related to legal principles and facts. Work on improving your understanding of legal concepts.
  5. General Knowledge and Current Affairs: Stay updated with current affairs, especially in the fields of politics, sports, awards, and international developments. Read newspapers, and magazines, and watch news programs regularly.
  6. English Proficiency: Enhance your English language skills by reading novels, newspapers, and magazines. Practice vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension passages. Focus on idioms, phrases, and sentence improvement.
  7. Logical and Analytical Reasoning: Sharpen your logical and analytical reasoning skills by solving puzzles, analogies, and critical reasoning exercises. Work on improving your ability to draw logical conclusions.
  8. Mathematics: Practice mathematics topics relevant to the exam, such as percentages, profit and loss, time speed-distance, ratios, and averages. Work on speed and accuracy in solving mathematical problems.
  9. Legal Awareness: Stay updated with current legal developments and landmark judgments. Understand fundamental rights, legal terminology, and the Indian Constitution.
  10. Mock Tests and Practice Papers: Regularly take mock tests and practice papers to simulate exam conditions. This helps you assess your progress, identify weak areas, and improve time management.
  11. Revision: Allocate time for regular revision of important topics. Create summary notes or flashcards for quick revision.
  12. Stay Healthy: Maintain a healthy lifestyle with proper sleep, exercise, and a balanced diet. A healthy body and mind are essential for effective exam preparation.
  13. Time Management: Manage your time efficiently during the exam. Avoid spending too much time on a single question. If you get stuck, move on to the next question and return later if necessary.

 

Remember that consistent effort and focused preparation are key to success in the MH CET Law entrance exam. Keep practising, and some more to build your confidence and improve your performance.