MAH CET 2019 Analysis and Expected Cutoff
Vikas Gaur, 11 Mar 2019, #MAHA CET
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MAH CET 2019 Analysis and Expected Cutoff - Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra, successfully conducted MAH CET 2019 for both the sessions on March 9 and March 10. After the conclusion of the exam on both the days, the analysis of MAH CET 2019 on the basis of experts indicate that the exam was lengthy and quantitative abilty, verbal ability and abstract reasoning were moderately difficult. After the conclusion of MAH CET the exam, the academic experts from different MBA coaching institutes will provide the overall and sectional difficulty level of the exam and it will be updated as soon as it is provided by them. They will also release the expected cutoff for the exam so that candidates can estimate their expected score in the exam much before the actual result is announced. Careers360 will bring to you the complete MAH CET 2019 analysis. The computer-based objective type test has 200 questions in total to be solved in 150 minutes (2.5 hours). The exam pattern remains the same as last year. In MAH CET exam analysis 2019 (MBA/MMS), experts analyse all the sections of the exam; examine the difficulty scale to reveal the expected cutoff.
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Topic

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Marks per Question

Difficulty Level 

Total Marks

Marking Scheme

Logical Reasoning (LR)

75

75

1

Difficult 

200

No Negative Marking

Abstract Reasoning (AR)

25

25

1

Moderately Difficult 

Quantitative Aptitude (QA)

50

50

1

Difficult 

Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension (VA/RC)

50

50

1

Easy 

Each question carries one mark and have five options. No negative marking has been prescribed for MAH CET 2019

Click here to download MAH CET 2019 exam analysis given by TIME for slot 1 that was conducted on March 9

Click here to download to download MAH CET exam analysis 2019 given by TIME for slot 2 that was conducted on March 9

MAH CET 2019 Analysis and Expected Cutoff (MBA/MMS) 

MAH CET 2019 was once again moderately difficult on March 10 except that the candidates found the exam a bit lenghthy. Similar was the reaction of the students who appeared for the exam on March 9 as they found the verbal ability and reading comprehension section as easy while the quantitative and logical reasoning section was difficult for most of the students. According to experts a score of 135 to 140 would help the candidates to sail through. 

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MAH CET  2019 Analysis - Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension (VA/RC) 

In this section of MAH CET 2019, candidates who took the exam on March 9, as per the exam analysis of MAH CET, they found grammar as moderately difficult while vocabulary and comprehension reading was relatively easy. With the right approach, candidates could have easily attempted at least 35 to 38 questions. There were three passages which the candidates had to answer the corresponding questions. 

Let us take a look at the last year's section-wise analysis of the exam. It’ll give the aspirants a decent idea about the exam.

MAH CET Analysis - Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension (VA/RC)

 As per IMS experts, this section had a few new types of questions this year making it slightly difficult than the last year. The section had a total of 50 questions divided into Verbal Ability or Verbal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. The majority of questions were from Grammar and usage-based questions. The paragraph jumble was time-consuming. Questions related to the synonym, antonyms were also there.

The RCs had a slightly different look because they were divided into paragraphs marked as Paragraph (no). The first passage was difficult and was very reasoning-oriented with the second paragraph in the passage containing statistics. The second passage was slightly easier. They had 1 and 2 vocab questions respectively. Ideally only these vocab questions should have been attempted along with a couple of theme-based questions from the passages. The rest should have been marked for review to come back to. 

The overall break-up of the questions in the VARC (tentative) section across all four slots was as the following: 

MBA CET Analysis - VARC

Area

Easy

Medium

Difficult

Total

FIBs

3

0

0

3

Match parts the columns

1

3

1

5

Choose the grammatically wrong part

7

0

0

7

Multiple Sentence Correction- Choose grammatically correct sentences

3

3

0

6

Word with synonym antonym combination

1

1

0

2

Join the given sentences

2

 

 

2

Rewrite sentences with the same meaning

 

2

 

2

Correctly used phrase (3 sentences, 5 options)

3

 

 

3

Para jumble

0

3

2

5

RC - Passage-1

1

3

3

7

RC - Passage-2

2

4

2

8

Total

23

19

8

50

* The above-given table is formulated by the IMS experts. 

Good Attempt - Around 33-35 questions were good attempt for this section. 

MAH CET Analysis - VARC

Topic

No. of Questions

Verbal Ability/Verbal Reasoning

35

Reading Comprehension

15

MAH CET  2019 Analysis - Quantitative Aptitude (QA)

As per the MAH CET 2019 exam analysis for quantitative ability, candidates who appeared for the exam on March 10, they also found the questions as moderately difficult and time consuming. Majority of the questions were from arithmetic and other questions require a lot of calculations. 

Past years exam analysis for MAH CET 

 This section also had 50 questions in total. The QA section had 4 sets on Data Interpretation (DI). These sets included one each on Bar charts, Pie charts, Caselet and Table based DI. The sets had questions of mixed difficulty levels and thus selection of questions was crucial. There was an easy set of 5 -6 questions on Quantitative Comparison having all the questions on ‘Quadratic Equations’. A set of 5 questions on ‘Data Sufficiency’ contained questions from various topics and ranged from Easy to Moderate level of difficulty. A medium – difficult level set of 6 Number series questions was asked for finding the ‘wrong term in the series’.


There were around 15 questions in ‘Quantitative Ability’ mostly dominated by questions on Arithmetic. Some of the questions included topics like Mensuration - 2 questions, Time Speed Distance – 1 Question, Time and work - 1 question, Probability – 1 question, Ratio and Proportion – 1 question and Partnership – 1 question. 

The tentative overall break-up of the topics in the test of Quantitative Aptitude (for all the slots): 

MBA CET Analysis - QA

Topic

Number of questions

Level of difficulty

Data Interpretation (total 23 questions)

Table

6

Easy-Medium

Caselet

6

Medium -Difficult

Line Graph

6

Easy-Medium

Pie chart

5

Medium-Difficult

Arithmetic (7-8 questions)

Time & Work

1

Mostly easy with a few moderate level questions

Time-Speed-Distance

1

Percentage

1

Ratio-Proportions

1

LCM HCF

1

Profit and Loss

1

Partnership

1

SI/CI

1

 

Quantitative Comparison (6 questions)

Quadratic Equations

6

Easy-Medium

Geometry (Total 2 questions)

Mensuration

2

Easy-Medium

Modern Mathematics (Total 1 question)

Probability

1

Medium

Data Sufficiency

Data Sufficiency -QA

5

Easy to Medium

Number Series (Total 6 questions)

Odd man out

6

Easy-Medium

* The above-mentioned table is formulated by the IMS experts.  

Good Attempt - According to IMS experts, around 34-36 questions were good attempt for this section.

 

MAH CET Analysis 2019 - Logical Reasoning (LR)

This section was moderately difficult as it was time consuming. Also On March 9th, MAH CET 2019, there were 75 questions wherein 15 were from verbal reasoning and  60 were from non-verbal reasoning. 

Past year's MAH CET Exam Analysis 

The LR section had a maximum number of questions - 75. The section was dominated by questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning  The questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning were dominated by questions on arrangements.


There were around  30-32 questions spread across 5 sets on arrangements.  There were two sets on Circular Arrangement. In one set of 5 – 6 questions, 10 to 12 people, their dates of weddings and Places where they live were the parameters. In another set of 5- 6 questions, 8 people and their relations Family Tree) were involved. It was a moderate set.  A set on ‘Matrix’ included ‘People- years of births – Language spoken’ as parameters. It was a moderate set. The set on ‘Linear Arrangement’ of 5 -6  questions, was based on 19 people but data was given about 6 people only. It was rather easy to solve. A set of 5-6 questions on ‘Vertical Arrangement’ was of a moderate level of difficulty. 


There were 4 easy questions on ‘Direction Sense Test’. On logical Comparisons, 5 questions of easy to medium level of difficulty were included. In coding-decoding, 5 very easy questions were asked. No questions on ‘Input-Output’ and no questions on ‘Selection criteria’ were there in this test.

In Verbal Reasoning, there were 6 syllogisms and 8 critical reasoning questions. No surprises except that the questions were interspersed among non-verbal reasoning questions. They were fairly easy and all of them could have been attempted in good time. 

The following table projects the tentative break-up of Logical Reasoning section for all the slots. 

MBA CET Analysis - LR

Non-Verbal Reasoning (59 questions)

Arrangements( Matrix, Linear, Circular, Square, Scheduling etc)

30-36 (5-6 sets)

Medium to Difficult

Sequential Input Output (These question types were only in some of the slots)

6

Medium to Difficult

Family Tree

4-5

Easy to Medium

Logical Comparison

4

Medium to Difficult

Coding (These question types were only in some of the slots)

5

Medium

Directions

4

Easy to Medium

Data Sufficiency- (primarily Arrangements based)- These question types were only in some of the slots.

4-6

Medium

 

Verbal Reasoning (16 questions)

 

Critical Reasoning

10

Easy to medium

Syllogisms (3 questions having 5 variables and 3 questions having 4 variables)

6

Medium to difficult

* The above-given table is formulated by the IMS experts. 

Good Attempt - The experts at IMS revealed that around 38-40 questions in this section were considered a good attempt. 

MAH CET Analysis 2019 - Abstract Reasoning

Candidates on both the days found the abstract reasoning section as moderately difficult according to the MAH CET 2019 analysis. The visual reasoning questions were moderately difficult. 

MAH CET 2019 Analysis for Abstract Analysis 

This section had 25 questions in total. It was slightly difficult than last year. There were 25 questions in the test, mostly at medium to high level of difficulty. The questions were complete the series or analogies types of questions. The questions in this test were very similar to Visual Reasoning questions that appeared in earlier CET exams. 

The break-up of the questions in the Abstract Reasoning section was as the following:

MBA CET Analysis - Abstract Reasoning

Topics

Total

Complete the series

15

Analogies

10

Grand Total

25

* The above-given table is formulated by the IMS experts.  

Good Attempt - Around 18-20 questions in this section were considered a good attempt.

According to the IMS experts, a genuine attempt of around 120 questions was considered a good attempt.

MAH CET 2019 Expected cutoff

Based on the last year's analysis, a total score of 127 to 131 will fetch a score of more than 99 percentile. However, the more accurate expected cutoff will be revealed after the exam is conducted. 


Candidates who appear for the exam can use the MAH CET Percentile Predictor Tool to know the approximate score they are going to get in the exam. Simply fill the Personal Details, the score you're expecting based on the questions attempted and the tool will show the predictable percentile on the basis of the details filled.  

MAH MBA/MMA CET Result 2019 will be announced on March 31, 2019.

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