MH-CET Law 2020 Analysis

MH-CET Law is the annual exam conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education for admissions to undergraduate law programmes in top law colleges in Maharashtra. MH-CET 2020 was conducted on 11 October, 2020. The exam was of moderate level of difficulty. The exam was conducted in Computer-Based Mode at various exam centers in Maharashtra and other states.
For a better understanding of the MH-CET 2020 examination, have an overview of MH-CET Exam Pattern:
MH-CET Law 2020 Exam Pattern
Total Questions
Level of Difficulty
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
Moderate and Lengthy
General Knowledge with Current Affairs
Moderate (Easier than previous years exam)
Logical and Analytical Reasoning
Moderate to Difficult
MH-CET 2020 Exam: Key Highlights
  • MH-CET 2020 exam was similar to the last ones. There were no changes in the exam pattern and levels of the questions.
  • The exam was conducted in two shifts, Morning and Afternoon. However, the English section in the second shift was easiest than first.
  • In the second shift, G.K and Current Affairs Section and Legal Aptitude and Reasoning were of Moderate level of difficulty.
  • Also, the level of difficulty of Logical and Analytical Reasoning was length and difficult.
MH-CET 2020 Law Exam Detailed Analysis
The MH-CET Law 2020 exam has five sections that test your ability to be a law student. A candidate has to be thorough with the concepts as the exam paper difficulty level is moderate to difficult based on questions. Therefore, a section-wise analysis will be a great help to you.
Section-wise Analysis of MH-CET Law 2020
Legal Aptitude and Reasoning
The legal aptitude and reasoning section was of difficult level of difficulty, which was quite handled well by the law aspirants. Aspirants who practiced principle based questions would have been more comfortable appearing for the section. The section had questions from contracts, crime, torts and family law based questions were asked. Except constitution, almost all of the topics of legal aptitude were covered. Legal knowledge based questions were not asked and as compared to CLAT, the exam was the section was easier. A good number of genuine attempts would be 30+ out 40 questions and 28 will be a great score.
General Knowledge with Current Affair
The section was balanced and question asked were from Current Affairs as well as from Static GK. Current affair questions were based on SAARC satellite launch, Nobel Prize and a few questions were based on Maharashtra, which was easier for the aspirants from Maharashtra. Overall the exam was of moderate level of difficulty and a good score of 22+ will be great.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning
The section had questions from arrangements and puzzles with about 20 to 25 questions from one topic. Most of the questions in the exam were of moderate level of difficulty and could be easily solved if the candidate practices well. Most of the questions were based on Syllogisms, Statement-assumptions, Coding-Decoding and a few questions from Data Sufficiency. A good attempt for this section will be 35 questions with 90% accuracy.
The section was as compare to other sections. There was a passage of Reading Comprehension with 10 questions. The 10 questions based on synonyms and antonyms and based on comprehension. There were questions from Cloze test, spotting the error, fill in the blanks and Para jumbles. The questions were of easy level of difficulty. A well prepared candidate can score at least 28, which is a genuine attempt. Therefore, the section was relatively easy to appear.
Basic Mathematics
The shortest and one with a moderate level of difficulty, this section has all that you studied in the school. The questions are based on topics like Speed & Distance, Data Sufficiency, Simple Interest, Compound Interest and Profit and Loss etc. All you need to do is practice more and more to be thorough with the basic concepts and formulas. Students can manage score 7+ marks in this section, which is a great attempt.
Hope, the in-depth analysis of MH-CET Law 2020 done by our industry experts will help you analyse your performance and expected marks in the exam.
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