Introduction to CET in Marine Lines
CET stands for the Common Entrance Test, it is one of the most preferred test by students for admission in institutes for a Masters Degree. It is conducted only once a year and the CET marks are only applicable to the universities within Maharashtra.
Syllabus for CET
A student can prepare for the CET by studying for the topics covered in all the sections of test. Logical and Abstract Reasoning consists of pie charts, tables, reasoning questions(visual and logic). The Quantitative Aptitude section of CET consists of questions from topics like percentage, ratio and proportion, geometry, algebra, trigonometry. While the Verbal section comprises of grammar, vocabulary, synonyms, sentence completions, antonyms and passages in CET.
How are CET coaching classes in Marine Lines ?
Marine Lines is one of the biggest hub of coaching classes for CET. It has one of the biggest crowd appearing for CET. The classes are closely positioned to the close to the Charni Road station making it convenient for the students. Marine Lines has one of the most famous classes for CET like TIME, IMS etc.The classes provide the students with in depth information regarding the CET. They have been in this business since a long time therefore they have very resourceful insights about the CET and how it works. They guide the student and prepare them thoroughly for the CET.
How to go about preparing for CET?
Classes in Marine Lines have a detailed plan prepared for the student as to how to go about CET. They provide options for all type of students who want to appear for CET. Classes have batches starting at different time of year according to the convenience of the students. They also conduct crash course CET batches for students who are late in deciding that they want to appear for the CET. Students are given extra test series for practise and also provide mock CET exams to them, giving them the jist of the exam.
Duration of the CET and validity of the score?
The CET is of 2 hours and 30 minutes in which the 200 questions from the four sections need to be answered. The score of CET is valid for 1 year, after which you need re-give the test for your admissions
Eligibility criteria for CET?
For an CET MBA the candidate needs a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognised university with a minimum aggregate of 50%. The students who are in the final year of graduation and want give the test are also eligible to appear for the CET.
What is the charge to apply for CET ?
Open category candidates need to pay Rs. 1000 as the exam fee for CET. Candidates from reserved categories will have to pay Rs. 800 as the fee for CET.
Which all locations is CET conducted?
CET is conducted across all major cities in India like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Indore etc.
What is the paper pattern and scoring in CET?
In total CET consists of 200 questions. The 200 questions in CET are divided into four sections, namely Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Each section has a particular distribution of questions i.e. Logical Reasoning has 75 questions, Abstract Reasoning has 25 questions and Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability comprise of 50 questions each. In CET each correct answer is of one mark. There is no negative marking in CET, making it a total of 200 marks.