All about MhCET exam
MH-CET Is the common state-level entrance test for admission to MBA programs at B-schools in Maharashtra. Colleges like JBIMS, PUMBA, SIMSREE etc. accept the score of MH-CET. Once the candidates are shortlisted on the basis of MH-CET percentiles, they have to appear for a Common Admission Process for the next stage of admission. MH-CET is approximately conducted in 37 cities of Maharashtra and 10 cities outside of Maharashtra. MH-CET is conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE).
A candidate is eligible for the exam if he or she has secured atleast 50% marks in his or her graduation degree of atleast 3 years duration from a reputed or recognised college/university. Moreover, candidates in their final year of graduation can also take the exam. There is no particular age limit for appearing for MH-CET exam.
It is an exam with maximum marks of 200 and a total of 200 questions. One mark is awarded for every right question. There is no negative marking. It is an objective type and computer based exam. The major sections of MH-CET exam are Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Quants and Verbal Ability.
Name of Section
Quants and DI
50 (25 each)
The major topics covered are-
Arithmetic, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Permutations, Combinations, Probability, Geometry, Logarithms, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Number Systems, and Progressions & Series, Graphs, Caselets, Line Graphs, Visual or Image Reasoning, Pie Charts and other graphs, Critical Reasoning, Analogies, Clocks & Calendars, Arrangements, and directions, Reading Comprehension, Word Meanings, FIJs, Grammar, Sentence Completion, Parajumbles and Odd man out.