Introduction to MHCET Law in Borivali
CET is the Common Entrance Test which is conducted for admissions in full time courses for an undergraduate in Law in professional colleges across Maharashtra. MHCET Law is applicable for admission in both 3 year LLB and 5 year LLB.
For a 5 year LLB, MHCET Law is conducted in the month of April while for a 3 year LLB, MHCET Law is conducted in June. The MHCET Law is an online computer based exam. It has objective type questions.
For a 3 year LLB there are more than 15,000 seats available through MHCET Law, while for a 5 year LLB there are around 10,000 seats available.
What is the paper format of MHCET LAW?
MH CET LAW consists of 150 MCQs of 1 mark each. It consists of the following parts -
English which consists of 30 questions of 1 mark each.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs which consists of 30 questions of 1 mark each.
Legal Aptitude which consists of 40 questions of 1 mark each.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning which consists of 40 questions of 1 mark each.
Mathematical Aptitude which consists of 10 questions of 1 mark each.
Hence, MH CET LAW paper consists of a total of 150 marks.
How are the marks distributed per subject in MHCET Law?
For a 5 year LLB in MHCET Law Logical and Analytical reasoning is of 40 marks(40 questions), General knowledge with current affairs is for 30 marks(30 questions), Legal Aptitude and Legal reasoning is of 40 marks(40 questions), English section is worth 30 marks(30 questions) and Math is of 10 marks(10 questions). For a 3 year LLB in MHCET Law Logical and Analytical reasoning is of 30 marks(30 questions), General knowledge with current affairs is for 40 marks(40 questions), Legal Aptitude and Legal reasoning is of 30 marks(30 questions), English section is worth 50 marks(50 questions). There is not Math in MHCET Law for a 3 year LLB.
How is MHCET Law in Borivali?
There are a lot of coaching classes in Andheri for MHCET Law, as there are a lot of colleges in Andheri. Every year many students from these colleges in Andheri sit for the MHCET Law. These coaching classes have various MHCET Law batches and options for students soothing their convenience. There are batches which start a year prior to the MHCET Law, weekend batches, weekday batches for MHCET Law. For students who are late in making their decision to appear for MHCET Law or students who are short on time, there are MHCET Law crass course batches which are only for a duration of 2-3 months which cover the syllabus in a short time. The coaching classes also provide papers of previous years of MHCET Law, which give the student an idea as to the type and difficulty of questions coming in the test. There are about 50+ coaching classes in Andheri for MHCET Law.
What is fee for appearing for the MHCET Law ?
The application fee for general category is around INR 800 of MHCET Law. While for SC/ST and OBC it is approximately INR 400.
What should I study to prepare for MHCET Law?
English - Vocabulary (Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies etc) , Proficiency (Idioms and phrases, one-word substitutions, sentence improvement and rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc) , English usage errors (common errors, spotting errors, inappropriate usages of words, spelling mistakes etc.) , English comprehension with a minimum of two passages followed by 5-10 questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.
Legal Aptitude - The study of law, research aptitude and problem-solving ability , Legal prepositions and a set of facts to which the said propositions have to be applied.
Logical Reasoning - Patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments , Variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies etc.
G.K. and Current Affairs - General awareness of History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics, Social Science, and Environment, Current Affairs of the past year and Recent events and awareness around the world.