Exam Pattern of MH CET LAW 2018

Last Updated - February 13 2018

Exam Pattern of MH CET LAW 2018

MH CET Law 2018 is scheduled for the third week of June 2018 while results will be released by the last week of June 2018. MH CET Law 2018 is organizeed by State Common Entrance Test Cell (CET CELL), Government of Maharashtra. MH CET Law 2018 will be organizeed for the admission into LL.B (3 years) and LL.B (Integrated-5 years) courses. Different colleges & institutions in the state of Maharashtra gives admission in law courses on the basis of MH CET Law score.

  • As per trend, MH CET Law 2018 is expected to be organizeed in an online mode.
  • The question paper will be printed in both English and Marathi Language.
  • One mark will be honoured for each right response while no mark will be deducted from aspirant’s score for each wrong response.
  • The exam will be of the total period of 120 minutes.
  • MH CET Law 2018 Examination for 5-year Integrated LLB program and 3 year LLB program includes of 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

Exam Format Highlights of MH CET Law 2018

Date of ExamThird week of June 2018
Organizing BodyCET CELL, Government of Maharashtra
Method of ExamOnline Mode
Paper TypeObjective
Medium of ExamEnglish and Marathi
Period of Exam120 minutes

Exam Format of MH CET Law 2018

MH CET Law 2018 will be organizeed in online mode. MH CET Law 2018 question paper will be of Objective Type. The exam paper will be published in English and Marathi language.

  • To appear in MH CET Law 2018 Admission procedure, it is compulsory for every aspirant to qualify MH CET Law 2018 Examination.
  • One mark will be honoured for each right response while no mark will be deducted for each wrong response.
  • Before appearing in any stage of MH CET Law, aspirants must go via BCECE 2018 Exam Format.
  • The period of the exam for 5-year Integrated LLB program and 3 year LLB program will be 120 minutes.

5-year LLB Program Exam Format

MH CET Law 2018 Exam paper for 5-year Integrated LLB program will consist of 150 MCQs of total 150 marks. The time period of exam paper for 5-year Integrated LLB program will be 120 minutes. There is no provision for negative marking. The exam paper will be divided into 5 sections namely,

  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
  • Basic Mathematics.
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • General Knowledge and Present Affairs
  • English
Section NameNumber of Questions
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning40
General Knowledge of Present Affairs30
Logical and Analytical Reasoning40
English30
Basic Mathematics10
Total150

3-year LLB Program Exam Format

MH CET Law 2018 Exam paper for 3-year Integrated LLB program will consist of 150 MCQs of total 150 marks. The time period for this exam paper will be 120 minutes. There is no provision for negative marking. The exam paper will be divided into 4 sections i.e.,

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  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
  • General Knowledge and Present Affairs
  • English
Section NameNumber of Questions
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning30
General Knowledge of Present Affairs40
Logical and Analytical Reasoning30
English50
Total150

Marking Scheme of MH CET Law 2018

MH CET Law 2018 Exam paper for both the courses will consist of a total of 150 marks. Each section will carry various marks depending upon the number of questions. One mark will be honoured to the aspirant for each right response while no mark will be deducted from his score for each wrong response.

5-year LLB Marking Scheme

Section NameNumber of QuestionsMarks Per QuestionTotal Marks
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning40140
General Knowledge of Present Affairs30130
Logical and Analytical Reasoning40140
English30130
Basic Mathematics10110
Total150 150

3-year LLB Program Marking Scheme

Section NameNumber of QuestionsMarks Per QuestionTotal Marks
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning30130
General Knowledge of Present Affairs40140
Logical and Analytical Reasoning30130
English50150
Total150 150

Advisable Books for MH CET Law 2018

There are several books advisable for better preparation of MH CET Law 2018 exam, given below are lists of books for each subject separately.

Earlier Year Solved and Sample Papers

  • Study Package for CLAT & LL. B Entrance Examinations (English) 3rd Edition Author: A. P. Bhardwaj (ISBN-10: 9351340341)
  • The Pearson Guide to the CLAT (ISBN-10: 8131796396)

English Books

  • Word Power Made Easy New Revised & Expanded Edition By NORMAN LEWIS (ISBN-10: 0143424688)
  • OBJECTIVE GENERAL ENGLISH 01 Edition By R. S. Aggarwal (ISBN-10: 8121915317)

General Knowledge Books for MH CET Law

  • Lucent’s General Knowledge(ISBN-10: 8192933563)
  • Manorama Yearbook 2018 (English) 51st Edition (ASIN: B00O1N77HG)

MH CET Law Preparation Books for Mathematics

  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Abhijit Guha (ISBN-10: 9351343553)
  • Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations by R. S. Aggarwal (ISBN-10: 8121924987)

Logical Reasoning Books for MH CET Law

  • A Modern Approach To Logical Reasoning by R. S. Aggarwal (ISBN-10: 8121919053)
  • Analytical Reasoning by M. K. Pandey (ISBN-10: 8190458914)

MH CET Law Preparation Book for Legal Aptitude

  • Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning: For the CLAT and LL.B. Entrance Examinations by A. P. Bhardwaj(ISBN-10: 933252646X)

Important Instructions

These are some important instructions for MH CET Law 2018 Exam which must be followed by the participants. Given below are set of rules which must be kept in mind while sitting for the exam:

  • Once the examiner has verified MH CET Law 2018 Hall Ticket of the aspirant, he must sign on the attendance sheet in the presence of the examiner and mention the admit card number also.
  • After the commencement of the examination, aspirants will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.
  • The aspirant should not disturb other aspirants in the examination room and maintain clear silence during the examination.
  • The judgement of CET Cell, Maharashtra shall be final in all matters.
  • Candidates should neither talk to each other nor discuss any matter during the examination.
  • No aspirant will be allowed to appear in the examination whose Admit Card is not alloted by CET Cell, Maharashtra.
  • Aspirants are not permitted to carry any electronic device and study material at examination hall like (Mobile, Bluetooth, Pager, watch, test series, books, model papers, etc.)
  • Do not indulge in an argument with the examiners or other staff involved in the examination duty at the examination centre.
  • Follow the instructions given by the examiners in the examination room

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