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MAH MBA CET 2024 Analysis and Expected Cutoff (Available): Maharashtra CET MBA Paper Analysis

MAH MBA CET 2024 Analysis and Expected Cutoff (Available): Maharashtra CET MBA Paper Analysis

Edited By Anusha Bhalotia | Updated on Apr 30, 2024 12:44 PM IST | #MAH MBA CET

MAH MBA CET 2024 analysis is availale here. As per the MAH CET analysis 2024, the difficulty level of the exam was moderate. The MAH MBA CET cut off percentile is expected to remain 99+ for top MBA colleges accepting MAH MBA CET exam like JBIMS, SIMSREE, Welingkar, PUMBA, etc. Read this article to know section-wise MAH MBA CET 2024 analysis in-depth and the expected cut off for all MAH CET participating colleges.

MAH MBA CET Exam 2024: Latest Updates

State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra conducted MAH CET 2024 for MBA on March 9, 10 and 11, 2024. As per the MAH MBA CET aspirants, the both sessions of both days were easy to moderate. MAH MBA CET quant section was difficult and calculation intensive and it was dominated by geometry. Some questions in the VARC section of MAH CET were taken from MBA entrance exam like CAT and XAT exam. The overall difficulty level of MAH MBA CET VARC section was tough. The logical reasoning section had few Quants based questions and Venn diagram as well.

MAH MBA CET is the second largest MBA entrance exam after CAT held in India for admission to graduate management programmes. Around 1.43+ lakhs students students are expected to sit for MAH CET this year. As per past year trends, the overall difficulty level of MAH CET MBA 2024 is expected to be moderate. As per the MAH MBA CET exam pattern. candidates will be given 150 minutes to answer all sections of the MAH CET paper. There will be 200 marks total, and each question carries 1 mark. MAH MBA CET marking scheme is expected to be the same as last year.

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MAH MBA CET Exam Analysis 2024

After the conclusion of the MAH MBA CET 2024 on March 9, 10 and 11, the overall and sectional MAH MBA CET analysis has been published here. The MAH CET MBA 2024 analysis is based on the reactions of students and experts like IMS learning, Career launcher, Hitbullseye, etc.

MBA CET VARC 2024 Exam Analysis (Shift 1)

TopicNumber of questions
RCs (3 Passages)12 (4+5+3)
FIB9
Vocab10
Grammar8
Idiom/ Phrases/ One word substitution11
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MAH CET MBA 2024 Quantitative Aptitude & DI Analysis (Shift 1)

TopicsNumber of Questions
Arithmetic26
Percentages2
Profit, Loss & Discount3
Ratio4
Mixture2
Time, Speed & Distance9
Time & Work2
Averages3
Partnership1
Number System9
Series2
Probability4
Clocks2
DI (4+3)7
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MAH CET MBA 2024 Logical Reasoning

TopicsNumber of Questions
Linear Arrangement (1+5)6
Circle Arrangement4
Direction5
Coding8
Blood Relations4
Syllogism3
Odd one (word based)5
Analogy (word based)4
Analogy (number)1
Basic Logic (number-based)3
Find the missing number3
Order & Rank2
Calendar4
Clock1
Series10
Alphabet series1
DT (3+4+4)11

MAH MBA CET 2024 Session 1 Exam Analysis (Shift 1 and 2)

MAH MBA CET SectionsDifficulty LevelNumber of QuestionsGood Attempts
Abstract ReasoningEasy25170-175
Logical ReasoningEasy to moderate74
Quantitative AptitudeEasy46
Verbal AbilityEasy55
OverallEasy200

The number of good attempt in MAH MBA CET 2024 are expected to be between 170 to 175 out of total 200 questions.

MAH MBA CET Day 2 Exam Analysis 2024

MAH MBA CET 2024 slot 2 was quiet difficult as compared to morning slot. In Logical Reasoning section, there were a lot of Miscellaneous questions and around 5-6 Puzzles also asked in exam out of which 2 were from blood relations which were also quite consuming. Questions from Inpu-Output also asked in MAH CET day 2 exam. No Syllogism questions asked but there was Coding-Decoding questions were asked. Abstract Reasonig was doable but a bit lengthy few questions were tricky. The overall difficulty level of Abstract reasoning section was moderate. QA section was tough for those who have not good command over same.

There were some questions from Probability which was quite tough. Also, height and distance questions were there and questions from number system, LCM HCF, etc questions were asked. No DI set was asked. Many questions came from Modern Maths. An attempt of 140 questions can be considered as good.

MAH MBA CET Day 1 Exam Analysis 2024: Questions asked in LR section

TopicsNumber of Question
Data Sufficiency4
Syllogism3
Odd Man Out/ Classification3
Alphabet Test2
Coding-Decoding8
Arrangement/ Puzzle21
Letter Series6
Number Analogy2
Direction3
Blood Relation4
Assertion & Reason4
Inequality5
Permutation and Combination2
Input-Output2
Set Theory3
Course of Action2

Check out : MAH MBA CET Syllabus

MAH CET MBA Analysis 2023 (Previous Year)

MAH MBA CET 2023 was conducted on two dates starting from March 25 and March 26. The MAH CET was held at various centres in selected cities across the state.` The duration of the MBA CET 2023 exam was spotted different. There was a bit difference in the duration of time for March 25 and 26 exams. The number of questions remained same. The paper in both slots on the second day of exam was unexpectedly same, giving an advantage for candidates of second slot.

MAH MBA CET 2023 Exam Pattern

Topic

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Marks per Question

Difficulty Level (Slot 1/ 2)

Total Marks

Marking Scheme

Logical Reasoning (LR)

75

75

1

Difficult and lengthy/ Difficult

200

No Negative Marking

Abstract Reasoning (AR)

25

25

1

Difficult/Difficult

Quantitative Aptitude (QA)

50

50

1

Moderate/Moderate

Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension (VA/RC)

50

50

1

Moderate/ Difficult

MAH MBA CET All Slots Analysis


MAH CET first slot was conducted on March 25, 2023. The students who appeared in test suggested the paper as moderate to difficult. Here is detailed analysis based on day 1 exam inputs from students.

  • The paper and options were completely jumbled up and no questions based on critical reasoning.
  • There were 20 questions from data sufficiency while only 15 questions from mathematics.
  • Two questions from equation, ratio, mixture and probability each. Five questions were from series.
  • DI has two bar and graph based sets.
  • Some new types of questions in abstract reasoning.
  • There were 5 questions from grammar. Decision making saw 5 questions and only one small paragraph
  • Around 10 questions were related to vocabulary
  • Logic had 35 questions, with 10 questions only from coding - decoding. 5 questions were from syllogism
  • No questions were asked from reverse syllogism
  • Odd one out saw two questions, and all were easy

MAH CET MBA Day 1 Exam Analysis (All slots)

The second slot of CET took place on September 17, between 9 am and 11:30 am. Given below is the IMS Day 2 MAH CET Analysis based on the feedback received from IMS students and experts who appeared for the tests. CET second slot retained the overall structure and the types of questions of the past four years’ with minor differences. The broad pattern and the IMS estimate of difficulty level are as follows:

OVERVIEW

MAH CET section nameApprox. number of questionsDifficulty levelGood attempts
Logical Reasoning80-85Easy to moderateAround 160
Abstract Reasoning8-10Moderate
Quantitative Aptitude55-60Easy
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension45-50Moderate
Total200Moderate

VERDICT

  • There were no sections and questions of various sections were mixed up throughout the paper.
  • As usual, CET consisted of 200 questions to be attempted in 150 minutes
  • Since there is NO Negative Marking in CET, candidates are expected to attempt all 200 questions.
  • IMS estimate of good attempts refers to the number of serious attempts and excludes the randomly marked answers.

Test of Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (50 questions)

  • VARC consisted of around 50 questions with about 40 VA questions and around 10 RC questions.
  • While the number of Reading Comprehension questions came down to 10, there was only one question per passage. The length of passages varied from 50 words to 250 words. Some of the passages were challenging to read and were accompanied by inference-based questions. The other questions types were: Specific Detail questions, Tone of the passage, Source of the passage etc. Overall, the Reading Comprehension questions were of moderate difficulty level.

The VA section had various question types.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

No. of Questions (Approx.)
FIB - 1 Blank5

Replace the underlined word in the passage with a similar word

2
Jumbled Paragraphs (5 statements)6

Select the odd one from word-meaning pairs

8
Choose the correct spelling8
One word substitution (Passage-based)2
Antonyms5
Anagram-based odd word3
Reading Comprehension10
TotalAround 50

Quantitative Aptitude

There were about 60 questions on Quantitative Aptitude in the second slot of CET. Major Surprise was that there were only 3 questions on Data Interpretation and only 1 question on Data Sufficiency. Similarly, a major deviation from recent years was that there were a few questions Limits, Integration, Differential Equations, Inductive functions which were never included in this exam. The level of difficulty of the questions on Quantitative Aptitude was easier as compared to recent years.

The questions on Quantitative Aptitude were dominated by questions on Arithmetic. There were about 12 questions on Arithmetic and all the subtopics in Arithmetic (such as Time-Speed-Distance, Averages, Ratio-Proportion, Time & Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest) were represented.

The questions on Quantitative Aptitude were dominated by questions on Arithmetic. There were about 12 questions on Arithmetic and all the subtopics in Arithmetic (such as Time-Speed-Distance, Averages, Ratio-Proportion, Time & Work, Mixtures & Alligations, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest) were represented.

Following was the approximate overall break-up of the topics in this test:

TopicsNumber of questions
Arithmetic12
Geometry10
Algebra4
Modern Math12
Numbers7
Approximation1
Limits, Integration, Differential Equations, Statistics8
Limits, Integration, Differential Equations, Statistics3
Data Sufficiency1
Miscellaneous2
Total60

Logical Reasoning

Questions on Logical Reasoning were dominated by questions on non-verbal reasoning. There were 70 questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning and 20 questions on Verbal Reasoning. Out of the 70 questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning, only 15 questions were set based and all other questions were standalone. There was a set of 2 questions on Sequential Output and 1 question on Data Sufficiency.

All the 5 sets were on Arrangements. Three sets were on matrix arrangement while two sets were based on circular arrangement. A set of 2 questions on Sequential output and a set of 2 questions on Selection Criteria were also included.

The standalone questions on non-verbal reasoning were on different topics such as directions (6 questions), Linear Arrangement (9 questions), Coding (7 questions), Family Tree (5 questions) and Data Sufficiency (3 questions).

In Verbal Reasoning, there were around 20 questions of the following types: Critical Reasoning, Statement-Conclusion, Statement-Assumption, Courses of Action, Situation-Response, Syllogisms, and Statement-Assertion. The verbal reasoning questions were of easy to moderate difficulty.

Following is the summary of the approximate break-up of this section.

TopicsDescriptionTotal
Non-Verbal Reasoning (Around 70 questions)
Arrangement

5 sets and 11 standalone questions

(Three sets on matrix arrangement and two sets Circular arrangement)

26
Family Tree5 standalone questions5
Coding7 standalone questions7
Directions6 standalone questions6
Selection CriteriaSet of 2 questions2
Data Sufficiency3 standalone questions3
Sequential output2 standalone questions2
MiscellaneousStandalone questions19
Verbal Reasoning (20 questions)
Critical Reasoning (Weaken the argument)1
Statement-Conclusion (2 conclusions; 5 conclusions)9
Statement-Assumption1
Courses of Action (2 CoA; 5 CoA)4
Situation-Response3
Syllogisms1
Statement-Assertion2
Total80-85

Abstract Reasoning

There were about 10 questions on Abstract Reasoning. There were questions on series completion and paper folding. The questions were not easy like previous year papers.

MAH CET MBA Day 2 Exam Analysis (All slots)

According to the inputs from the applicants who took the exam, the MAH CET held on March 26 was a bit more difficult than the day 1 morning slot exam held on March 25. It was moderately difficult, and English paper was moderate level of difficulty. But there were a lot of ambiguity and errors in the paper. The questions were badly phrased, making it complex to understand. One more thing that was quite interesting and unexpected is that there were around 8-10 questions from XAT, CAT and IIFT. And 12-14 questions from a few previous MAH MBA CET exams. Paper pattern was not same in the LR and QA ( DI included). These sections had 59 questions and 66 questions respectively.

MAH MBA CET exam pattern

Section Name

No. of Questions

Difficulty Level

Good Attempts*

Logical Reasoning59Moderate170-180
Abstract Reasoning25Easy
Quantitative Aptitude ( DI included)66Easy to Moderate
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension50Moderate
Total200Moderate

Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension

VARC consisted of 50 questions with 32 questions from VA and around 18 RC questions.

There were 2 passages - one was slightly lengthier than the other, but both were easy to read and comprehend. The longer passage had about 9 questions and the other passage had 5 questions. Most of the questions were specific detail questions and were easily answered from the passage directly.

The VA section was dominated by vocabulary and grammar based questions. The questions were standard CET fare such as fill in the blanks, cloze paragraph, synonyms, antonyms, analogies, spotting the error and Para jumbles. Overall, the difficulty level of the VARC section was Moderately difficult ( a bit difficult than last year).

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

No. of Questions (Approx.)

FIB5
RC (1 DM)18
Analogies2
Odd one out4
Jumbled Paragraph5
Assertion/Reason
1
Critical Reasoning
2
Statement and Conclusion
1
Vocabulary
3
Others5
Total50

Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation

There were about 55 to 60 questions on Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation in this slot of CET. On the first two days of CET, the emphasis on Data Interpretation was very low. It went back to previous years of CET in this slot. There were a total 6 DI sets with a total of 24 questions. One set was on a Pie Chart with 5 questions and one other set was on table with 3 questions. There was one DI set on three variable venn diagrams with 5 questions and three sets on caselets. Two out of these three sets on caselets had 4 questions and the third set had 3 questions. Most DI sets involved easy calculations.

There were about 35 questions on Quantitative Aptitude. Those questions were heavily dominated by questions on Arithmetic. There were as many as 27 questions on Arithmetic. Most subtopics in Arithmetic such as averages, Profit & Loss, Time-Speed-Distance were asked. There were four questions on Modern Mathematics ( Permutation & Combinations and venn diagram) and two questions on Geometry.

Topics

Approximate

QA
Ratio and Proportion
4
Trigonometry
2
Probability
4
Linear Equations
5
Percentage
2
Permutation and Combination
5
Average
2
Mixture and Allegations
1
Progression
1
Profit and Loss
3
Time, Speed, and Distance
5
Time and Work
6
SI and CI
2
Mensuration
6
HCF/LCM
1
Rationalisation
1
Total
50
DI
Gant Chart (Set 1)
4
Bar Graph (Set 2)
4
Bar Graph ( Set 3)
4
Pie Chart (Set 4)
4
Total
16

Logical Reasoning

In the both slot of the second the pattern of paper was the same in terms of number of total questions, sectional questions and so on. The overall difficulty level of this section was moderate compared to Abstract Reasoning section. The number of questions in this sections was less than that of day 1 CET exam. There were around 5 questions asked from calendars followed arrangement and matrix which had 4 questions each. Clocks and dimensions saw 3 questions each. There was only 1 question based on odd one out.

Topics

Total Questions

Series completion2
Odd one out1
Calendars5
Clocks3
Directions3
Blood relations2
Analogies2
Cube2
Arrangement4
Matrix4
Others
31
Total
59

Abstract Reasoning

This slot of CET had 25 questions on Abstract Reasoning, like in previous years. The questions were on analogies, series completion, odd man out and finding the missing part. One question on paper cutting was reported. Following was the break-up of the questions on abstract reasoning in this slot of CET.

Type

Questions

Series completion11
Odd man out10
Analogies3
Paper cutting1
Total25

MAH CET MBA Exam Analysis by IMS (Slot 1)

The first slot of CET took place on September 16, between 9 am and 11:30 am. Given below is the IMS Day 1 MAH CET Analysis based on the feedback received from IMS students and experts who appeared for the tests. CET first slot retained the overall structure and the types of questions of the past four years’ with minor differences. The broad pattern and the IMS estimate of difficulty level are as follows:

OVERVIEW

MAH CET section nameApprox. number of questionsDifficulty levelGood attempts
Logical Reasoning70-75Easy to moderate170-175
Abstract Reasoning20-25Easy
Quantitative Aptitude50-55Easy
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension45-50Moderate
Total200Moderate

Based on the feedback received from several candidates we estimate the scores and percentiles** to be as follows:

VERDICT after all slots:

  • First slot of CET was easier.
  • As usual, CET consisted of 200 questions to be attempted in 150 minutes
  • Since there is NO Negative Marking in CET, candidates are expected to attempt all 200 questions.
  • IMS estimate of good attempts refers to the number of serious attempts and excludes the randomly marked answers.

Test of Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (50 questions)

VARC consisted of 45 to 50 questions with about 30 VA questions and around 15 RC questions. Overall, the VARC was easier than in the previous year.

While the number of Reading Comprehension questions was roughly the same as last year, there were four passages instead of the usual two. The passages were challenging to read and were accompanied by mostly inference-based questions.

The VA section had familiar question types.

  • There were around 6 to 8 grammar questions in the spot-the-error format - a statement was divided into 4 parts and the part carrying an error had to be marked as the answer.
  • There were 2 jumbled paragraph questions but the format was slightly different. Each set of statements had just one question to be answered unlike last year when 4 to 5 questions were to be answered from a single set of statements.
  • A majority of vocabulary questions were in a format in which 4 words were provided and one had to identify two words that were either similar or opposite in meaning.

Most of the VA questions were easy and could be answered quickly with high accuracy.

Verbal Ability and Reading ComprehensionNumber of questions (Approx.)
Vocabulary13-15
Grammar6-8
Jumbled Paragraphs2
Miscellaneous5
Reading Comprehension15-17
TotalAround 50


MAH MBA CET- Quantitative Aptitude Analysis

There were about 50 questions on Quantitative Aptitude in the first slot of CET. Major Surprise was that there were no questions on Data Interpretation. Similarly, a major deviation from recent years was that there were no questions on Quantitative Comparison, Approximations and Data Sufficiency. The level of difficulty of the questions on Quantitative Aptitude was easier as compared to recent years.

The questions on Quantitative Aptitude were dominated by questions on Arithmetic. There were about 25 questions on Arithmetic and all the subtopics in Arithmetic (such as Time-Speed-Distance, Averages, Ratio-Proportion, Time & Work, Mixtures & Allegations, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest) were represented.

Other topics on which questions were asked on Quantitative Aptitude were Numbers (4 to 5 questions-questions on factors & multiples and surds), Geometry (3 to 4 questions- questions on mensuration and circles), Modern Mathematics (4 questions- questions on Logarithms, Probability, AP-GP) and Algebra (2 to 3 questions). In addition to these, there were 5 standalone questions on number series.

Following was the approximate overall break-up of the topics in this test:

Test of Quantitative Aptitude

TopicsApproximate
Arithmetic25
Geometry3-4
Modern Math4
Numbers4-5
Algebra2-3
Number Series5
TotalAround 50


Test of Logical Reasoning

Questions on Logical Reasoning were dominated by questions on non-verbal reasoning. There were about 50 to 55 questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning and 20 questions on Verbal Reasoning. Out of the 55 questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning, 40 questions were set based (8 sets of 5 questions each) and there were 15 standalone questions. There were no questions on Sequential Output or Selection Criteria.

Out of the 8 sets, four sets were on arrangements. Two sets were on matrix arrangement while one set was on linear arrangement, combined with family relations. One set combined linear arrangement and conditionality's. One set was based on only family relations. There was one case let, which combined the concepts of time and work. That set was slightly complicated. There was one set on scheduling.

The 15 standalone questions on non-verbal reasoning were on different topics such as directions, letter coding and puzzles.

In Verbal Reasoning, there were around 19 to 20 questions of the following types: Cause-Effect reasoning, Assertion - Reason, Strengthen / Weaken the Argument, Analogies and Syllogisms. Syllogism questions formed the major chunk of verbal reasoning questions and owing to the familiarity of the question type, were simpler to answer. The rest of the verbal reasoning questions were in the easy to moderate difficulty range.

Following is the summary of the approximate break-up of this section.

TopicsDescriptionTotal
Non-Verbal Reasoning (55 questions)
Arrangement

4 sets of 5 question each.

(Two sets each on matrix arrangement and linear arrangement)

20
Family TreeOne set of 5 questions5
SchedulingOne set of 5 questions5
CaseletOne set of 5 questions on Time & Work5
Standalone questionsTotal 15 questions on directions, letter coding and puzzles15
Verbal Reasoning (15-20 questions)
Cause - Effect
2-3
Assertion - Reason
2-3
Strengthen - Weaken
2-3
Syllogisms
8-9
Analogies
2-3
Total
Around 75


Test of Abstract Reasoning

There were about 25 questions on Abstract Reasoning. There were questions on series completion, analogies and odd man out like in the recent years. Additionally, questions on paper folding made a comeback to CET after several years. There was one question which combined multiple odd man out questions. That was somewhat complex but all other questions were rather easy.

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MAH MBA CET Expected cutoff 2024

Candidates can check out the expected MAH MBA CET cutoff for admission to top MBA colleges accepting MAH CET MBA.

All India MAH MBA CET Cutoff 2024 Expected

Institute

MAH CET cut off percentile

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

99.98

Sydenham Institute of Management Studies & Research & Entrepreneurship Education(SIMSREE), Mumbai

99.95

Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Mumbai

99.89

S.I.E.S. College of Management Studies, Mumbai

99.68

Department of Management Sciences (PUMBA), University of Pune

99.67

Bombay St. Xavier College Soc.'s Xavier Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai

99.62

COEP Technological University

99.60

Chetana's Ramprasad Khandelwal Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai

99.24

MET's Institute of Management, Mumbai

98.57

Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management, Mumbai

98.36

Zagdu Singh Chartitable Trust's Thakur Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai

98.00

Rizvi Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai

97.87

Indira College of Engineering & Management, Pune

97.79

Shree C. E. Society's Indira Institute of Management, Pune

96.49

Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai

96.49

Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute for Financial & Management Studies, Mumbai

96.06

S.C.E.S. Indira School Of Business Studies, Tathwade

95.55

Indira Global Business School, Parandwadi Tq. Maval Dist. Pune

95.39

Agnel Charities Agnel Seva Sangha's Fr. C. Rodrigues Inst. of Management. Studies, Vashi, Navi Mumbai

95.13

Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur

94.65

Bharti Vidyapeeth's Institute of Management Studies & Research, Navi Mumbai

94.13

Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies, Malad (W), Mumbai

93.96

Gurunanak Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

93.60

Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, Wadala, Mumbai

93.13

Modern Education Society's Neville Wadia Institute of Management Studies & Research, Pune

92.82

Savitribai Phule Pune University Sub Centre, Nashik

92.82

Atharva Educational Trust, Atharva Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

92.39

Indira College of Management Studies, Parandvadi

92.25

Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Santacruz, Mumbai

91.85

Dr. D.Y. Patil Unitech Society's Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management & Research, Pimpri

91.20

Department of Business Management, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur

90.78

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You are likely a Type B student for the MAH MBA CET.

Here's why:

  • Type A students typically require both HSC and graduation from Maharashtra.
  • Type B students need either their or their parents' domicile in Maharashtra.

Since you were born and reside in Maharashtra, fulfilling the domicile criteria, you fall under Type B. The mode of your graduation (online or offline) doesn't affect your candidature type in this case.

However, it's crucial to verify this information on the official MAH MBA CET website or contact the authorities for definitive confirmation

hope this helps you!!

Hello aspirant,

The MBA Mah CET dates for 2024 have been revealed. The dates of the 2024 MAH MBA CET test are March 9 and 10. The official website, cetcell.mahacet.org, has the Maharashtra CET dates for 2024. As stated in the MAH CET schedule 2024 that was made public, the registration period will run from January 10 until January 31, 2024.

For more information you can visit our website by clicking on the link given below.

https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/mah-cet-important-dates

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Hello,

MAH CET MBA is to be conducted for 150 minutes in cbt mode, there are a total of four sections such as logical reasoning with 75 questions, abstract reasoning with 25 questions, , quantitative aptitude with 50 questions, and verbal ability/reading comprehension with 50 questions. one mark is awarded for each   correct answer, there is no negative marking,

The integral topics for each section has been mentioned below;

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension consists of topics such as Antonyms, Comprehension of passages, Fill in the blanks, Grammar, Vocabulary, Para Jumbles, Synonyms, Sentence completion, Sentence arrangement, Sentence Correction, Spelling/Inappropriate usage, Phrase replacement, Odd Sentence Para Jumble, Verbal Reasoning

Logical/Abstract Ability consists of the topics such as Symbol-based Comparison, Linear and Circular Arrangement, Direction, Sequential Output, Series Completion, Conditional Coding, Selection Criteria, Venn Diagram, Verbal Ability. Input/Output,Blood Relations, Coding/Decoding, Syllogisms

Quantitative Aptitude consists of topics such as Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Probability, Ratio & Proportion, Numbers, Percentage, Quantitative Reasoning, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation - Graphs, Charts, Tables

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hello aspirant,

I hope that you are doing absolutely great.

With reference to your above mentioned query, I would like to tell you that you are not eligible for MAH MBA CET Exam as the minimmum qualifying score in graduation needs to be 50% and 45 percent marks in total aggregate for backward class and those disabled candidates who belong to Maharashtra state. But you have scored 48% in grduation.

Further, below are the detail eligibility criteria;

  • Candidates should have completed their Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three years of duration from any institution/ university which should be recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) or Association of Indian Universities.

  • Candidates must be done their graduation in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent marks in total aggregate or its equivalent. (45 percent marks in total aggregate for backward class and those disabled candidates who belong to Maharashtra state)

  • Note - Those who are pursuing their final year of graduation are also eligible to apply for MAH CET 2022.

Further, you can follow the below mentioned link to know more about the MAH MBA eligibility criteria ; https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/mah-cet-eligibility-criteria

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There are many books available in the market and online that will assist candidates in better preparing for the MAH CET MBA 2022 and resolving their problems. The following are some of the best books for MAH CET MBA 2022:

  • 50+ Solved Papers MBA by Arihant Publications

  • Maharashtra MBA MH-CET 2022 by Arihant Publications

  • How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT by Arun Sharma

  • MH-CET (MBA/ MMS) Entrance Guide by Disha Publications

  • How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by Arun Sharma

  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Arun Sharma

  • The Pearson Guide to CET: MBA Maharashtra by Vandana Thorpe

  • Target MHCET (MBA/MMS) – Past papers + 6 Mock Tests by Disha Publications

  • Maharashtra MBA CET Guide by RPH Editorial Board by Priyanka Prakashan

  • Study material on all sections of MBA CET Maharashtra by Chandresh Agarwal

You can downoad them from the lonk given below:

https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/mah-cet-syllabus#Best-Books-to-Prepare-for-MAH-CET-MBA-2022

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