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10 Tips to Crack MAH CET 2020 in 30 Days - Get, Set, Going as the most awaited State level exam is almost 30 days away. Some of you might be at ease, while some must be worried and thinking to get extraordinary power to crack the exam. MAH CET 2020 is scheduled to be held on March 14 and 15. Eligible candidates who have filled the application form are left with not more than 30 days in hand. Due to the importance of MAH CET scores, candidates aim for high marks, but the question that most frequently arises is, “how to prepare for MAH CET 2020?”. Careers360 brings to you 10 tips to crack MAH CET 2020 in 30 days. MAH CET is a State-level exam that offers admission to candidates in top B-Schools like JBIMS, SIMSREE, K.J.Somaiya etc., across Maharashtra state. It is advisable for candidates to go through the complete article of 10 tips to crack MAH CET 2020 in 30 days to not only have an idea of the basic preparation strategy in short duration of time but to score good marks and get a call from best top B-Schools of Maharashtra.Latest: MAH CET 2020 admit card will be available from March 1
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Extensive preparation is required from the candidate’s side to score good percentile in MAH CET. The exam pattern of MAH CET 2020 is prescribed by the State Common Entrance Test Cell according to which there will be four sections in the questions paper. Candidates can check the below-mentioned table to have an overview of the MAH CET 2020 exam pattern:
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Mode of Exam
Total No. of Questions
2 hours 30 minutes i.e. 150 minutes
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
One mark for each correct answer
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
No negative marking
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test i.e. MAH CET 2020 is a state-level exam which is scheduled to be conducted on March 14 and 15. Although, there is no sectional-wise timing in MAH CET 2020 yet it is considered as a vigorous exam by many candidates. Maybe due to the overall time restriction of only 150 minutes in which candidates have to solve 200 questions. To clear your vision and help you score good, Careers360 brings to you 10 tips to crack MAH CET 2020 in 30 days.
Know the Pros and Cons
Know strong and weak areas
Make a strategy with the syllabus
Past question papers
Arrange study material
Division of time
Be familiar with the pros and cons of the exam - Make yourself well-versed with the exam pattern of MAH CET 2020. This is the first step in which candidates are required to build their foundation by getting clear as to what will be beneficial and what won’t. MAH CET MBA 2020 will be conducted in online mode with a total of 150 minutes.
Devise a proper strategy keeping in mind the syllabus - Once aware about the exam pattern, candidates must check the syllabus and go through it with full dedication. Understand the topics of MAH CET syllabus 2020 and try to analyze which are familiar and which are not. Understanding the syllabus of MAH CET MBA 2020 can be used as a planning device. It will make candidates familiar with the course structure and knowledge they will get from the syllabus.
Arrange study material of each section - Studying from good study material can be challenging if you do not know where to look for it. To prepare, candidates can study from books by famous authors. Do not look for the edition or how old the book is, just go for the book that covers most topics of the syllabus. Nowadays due to social activeness candidates can also join social study groups on Facebook or Twitter.
Allot time to each section daily - Managing your time is of utmost importance if you are preparing for MAH CET MBA 2020. Candidates will have to solve 200 multiple choice questions within a time duration of 150 minutes, which is not even one minute per question. So, in order to solve all questions(because of no negative marking scheme), candidates must manage their time skills in such a way that they attempt all questions within the time restriction. Accuracy should not get impacted.
Make notes - Once you are done with the interpretation of the above four points, start making notes of your own while keeping before you the syllabus of MAH CET 2020. Even during the last minutes, you can figure out what you wrote and exactly where. Revising from your own notes will help you remember the content easily. Tips on how to make notes are given below and can be referred by candidates:
Highlight the main headings or use a different colour pen to separate the heading from the base content.
Do not include everything in your notes. Only vital topics or content should be included.
Try to include examples in your notes or how you understand that particular topic while reading.
It would be better to write base content in bullets format. It will be easier for you to read than going through the whole long paragraph. Bulleting the points help you read faster with accuracy.
Leave some space before starting a new topic as it will help you differentiate content at the time of revising.
Understand your strong and weak areas - While making notes on your own, you will get an idea on which are your strong areas and which are not. Although not many days are left, it is advisable for candidates to study the weaker sections clearly. Go through good books, join study groups, ask your friends or someone to clear your doubts about any particular topic.
Make a list of what you know and what you don’t
Focus two hours daily on what you don’t know and prepare
Revise as much as possible
Solve previous year question papers - The best source to understand what type of questions come in the exam, candidates are advised to solve past year question papers.
Note down the questions that you come across frequently during a practice session.
Question papers or sample papers of MAH CET are considered the best source of practice.
Mock test (Revise) - If candidates wish to have an exam-like environment before the actual MAH CET MBA 2020, they can go for attempting Mock test of MAH CET 2020. High scorers made history with the help of mock tests. Benefits associated with mock tests can not be ignored by candidates. Some of the benefits are given below:
Self-assessment can be done on instant basis
Exam simulated ambience can be created before the exam
Accurate and instant analysis is possible
Exam day stress can be measured and controlled by regular practice of mock tests.
Stay motivated - Do not lose hope and worry about having only fewer days in hand. Remember, you can remove all negativity and pressure of MAH CET MBA 2020 by being focused and motivated. Some candidates may find it difficult to stay motivated due to peer pressure, family issues or personal imbalance. Always remember, that to bring out the best in you, you have to remain motivated. Hence, some basic points on how to stay motivated for MAH CET MBA 2020 can be checked by candidates:
Visualize your results
Take one-minute silence break if you feel drained out
Search for positive information
Do not assume things in advance
Listen to good music
Remain Healthy - Many times it is found that candidates compromise on their health due to exam day stress/ pressure. Due to exam preparation, candidates have to sit for hours in order to prepare. They may score well in the exam but will surely end up off the tracks in terms of having a healthy body. To fuel their brains and ensure a healthy body, candidates can check the following tips:
Take breaks after every 1 hour
Keep a water bottle when studying
Eat fruits and nuts
Take enough 6 hours of sleep on a daily basis
Above all, do not forget about yourself. Go meet your friends, socialize, go for a morning walk. Stay motivated and have confidence. You will surely excel. All the best!
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see for admission in any nits, you need to apply in jee main exam, which is the only gate way exam for admission in btech course in nits.
however maha cet exam is applicable for admission in maharastra state government and private colleges for engineering and agriculture and pharmacy related course.
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The correction window for MAHA CET 2020 will be opened tentatively during the first week of April 2020 and then you can make the changes. The date is not quite certain but yes, you can make changes to your application during the correction window. Please keep an eye on the official website for more information.
MH CET Law is a National Level Common Entrance Examination conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra that serves as a gateway for admissions to top institutes to pursue Law in Maharashtra.
Candidates will have to register and fill out the application form of MH CET and submit it before March 2, 2020 (for 5 year course) and May 6, 2020 (for 3 year course) .
The application fee for CET is to be paid via online mode. Bank Transaction Charges for online payment of fee will have to be borne by the applicants. The charges for the application ranges from INR 800 - INR 400 based on the categories to which the candidates belong to.
There are various colleges that accept MH CET scores for admission to their institutes. Here are a few of them with their fees:
1.Symbiosis Law School Pune - INR 15.6 L
2.Maharashtra National Law University - INR 10 L
3.Symbiosis Law School Nagpur- INR 15.95 L
4. Amity Univrsity Mumbai - INR 9.3 L
5.Symbiosis International University Pune - INR 12.5 L
Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!
The fee for Maharashtra Common Test for 2020 is Rs. 800 with bank charges for open candidates and Rs. 600 with bank fee for reserved category. The candidates are suggested to keep a printout of the application to make it easy in future.
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