MAH CET 2018 Student Reactions - Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra has successfully conducted the MAH MBA/MMS CET 2018 exam on March 10 and March 11, 2018. There were two slots each day; morning slot (9 AM) and afternoon slot (1 PM) respectively. The computer-based Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET) is held once a year for the admission to the full-time Post Graduate Degree Courses in Management (MBA/MMS) in various institutes in Maharashtra. Around 40,000 seats are usually offered admission in the B-schools across Maharashtra state on the basis of MAH MBA/MMS CET scores. We bring to you the MAH CET 2018 student reactions.
DTE has followed the same exam pattern of MAH CET 2018 and there has not been any alteration in terms of test pattern this year. The exam pattern of MAH CET is divided into four sections, namely, Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal ability/Reading Comprehension. There are five options or answer choices for each objective type question, and the candidates have to select the correct answer option from the given choices. The marking scheme for MAH CET states that candidates will score one mark for each correct answer and there will not be negative marking for any of the incorrect answers. The aspirants have the advantage of switching from one section to another as MAH CET exam is devoid of sectional time limits.
Most of the students were of the opinion that the difficulty level ranged from moderate to difficult and the question paper was quite lengthy. Careers360 reporters spoke to the MAH CET 2018 candidates to bring to you their reactions regarding the MAH CET 2018 test paper.
MAH CET 2018 Student Reactions
Sharvil Naik - I was well prepared and therefore did not come across any hurdles during the exam. However, the difficulty level of MAH CET 2018 test was moderate to difficult. While the Quantitative Aptitude was the toughest section, the Logical Reasoning section was the easiest for me.
Priyadarshini - This was my second attempt and I found the paper a little lengthier than the last time. The questions on Seating Arrangement were quite challenging.
Amar Patil - According to me, the Quantitative section was the most difficult one, while the Logical Reasoning section was pretty simple, especially the questions on relations. All the questions were within the syllabus of MAH CET exam
Sandip - This was my second attempt and I had scored 94 percentile in MAH CET last year. I had a sound preparation this time, however, found the paper to be more difficult than last year. Hoping to bag a decent score this time.
Vaibhav Sontakke - I found the Quantitative Aptitude section to be very easy, especially the questions based on equations. The English comprehension seemed easy but I could not understand the meaning of some words, so could not attempt 30 to 40 percent from the English section. The Logical Reasoning was the most difficult section for me.
Vivek Ahuja - This was my first attempt and I found the Logical Reasoning section to be very easy, especially the input/output questions and visual reasoning. Hoping to score at least 22 out of 25 marks in that section.