This is the MBA entrance exam conducted for MBA institutes in the state of Maharashtra. Maharashtra is home to some of the biggest MBA institutes in the country, and many students from all over the country apply for this exam. MAH CET is conducted only in the cities of Maharashtra so students from out of the state must be ready to travel.
- Full-Form – Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
- Candidate must be a graduate with a recognised degree
- Candidate must have more than 50% in their graduate degree.
- Final year students are allowed to apply.
- Exam Pattern
- Language – English
- Mode – Computer-based (Online)
- Duration – 2.5 hours
- No. of Questions – 200
- Marking – +1 for the correct answer.
- Exam Syllabus
- Logical Reasoning
- Abstract Reasoning
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
- Official Website – http://cetcell.mahacet.org/
How do I apply for MAH CET 2020?
MAH CET 2020 Online Application form has been released on 10th January 2020. Candidates can register and follow the application process through online mode. Candidates need to register themselves by clicking on the link ‘New Registration’. Fill the basic details and course for which you are applying and submit it
Is MAH CET easy?
Overall MBA CET 2020 Analysis.
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What is a good score in MHT CET MBA?
According to MH–CET 2018 results, a score between 165 (Highest) – 149 is equivalent to 99.99 percentile, a score of 136 is equivalent to 99.88 percentile and a score of 113 is equivalent to 98.07 percentile.
What is MH CET exam for?
The MHT–CET or Common Entrance Test is an annual entrance exam conducted by the Government of Maharashtra. It is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education. The degree courses of the following streams are mainly accounted for in this entrance exam:
Is MHT CET compulsory for BSc?
No CET is not necessary for BSC but 12th marks matter a lot. … And even if you give CET as a try but have given board exams with full focus, you can still have a decent score. After all PCM CET is based on 12th syllabus only.