MH-CET Law Exam Syllabus

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law (MH-CET Law) 2021 is likely to be held in the fourth week of April, 2021 for admissions to 5-year Integrated Law Course. The exam will be conducted in the online mode and is to be completed within120 minutes. The law entrance will focus on five areas that are Legal Aptitude & Reasoning, General Knowledge with current affairs, Logical & Analytical Reasoning, English and Elementary Mathematics. The exam paper will contain 150 questions of total 150 marks. Divided into 5 sections, students have to give equal time to prepare all the sections and get thorough with the tips and tricks. The syllabus of MH-CET Law has not changed over years. Though the competition has risen, students have to be thorough with the basics. To score well in the law entrance, it is advised to the student’s practice various sample papers, mock tests and master the weak areas.
Below mentioned is the detailed overview of MH-CET Law 2021 entrance:
No. of Questions
Marks Allotment
>Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
General Knowledge with Current Affairs
Logical and Analytical Reasoning
Mathematical Aptitude
*No negative marking
MH-CET Law 2021 Exam Syllabus for Legal Aptitude and Reasoning
The section contains 40 questions and tests candidate’s research aptitude and reasoning ability. All of the questions in this section are completely based on legal facts and propositions. Candidate must be clear with the basics and prepare this section wisely.
Topics for Legal Aptitude and Reasoning
Indian Constitution
India Penal Code
Indian Contact Act
Family Law
Law Of Torts
Legal Fundamentals and terms
Legal Maxims
Important Landmarks, Supreme Court Judgments
MH-CET Law 2021 Syllabus for General Knowledge with Current Affairs
The section contains 30 questions. To ace this section, students must be updated with the recent happening in different arenas. However, a few of the question will be based on History, General Science, Economics and Current Affairs. The pattern has been the same from past one year. Still, you can refer to the given topics and prepare accordingly.
Topics for G.K and Current Affairs
Ancient, Medieval, Modern and World History
General Science
Environment & Ecology
Science and Technology
National & International Burning Topics
Books and Authors
Major Industries in India
Awards and Achievements
MH-CET Law 2021 Syllabus for Logical and Analytical Reasoning
The subject tests candidate’s ability to find and mark the logical arguments, identify patterns and do logical thinking. In Analytical reasoning section, it tests the candidate’s ability to understand relationships and to draw logical conclusions out of it. The complete section contains 40 questions on different topics.
Topics for Logical and Analytical Reasoning
Statements & Assumptions
Statements & Conclusions
Statements & Arguments
Statements & Actions
Number Test
Direction & Distance Test
Coding and Decoding
Blood Relationship
Sitting Arrangements
Share Trading
MH-CET Law 2021 Syllabus for English
This section of the exam checks the candidate’s proficiency in English. However, the main focus is on Vocabulary, Grammar and Comprehension.
Topics for English
English Vocabulary
Word Definitions
English Proficiency
Idiom and Phrases
One-word Substitution
Sentence Improvement & re-arrangement
Fill in the blanks
Subject-verb Agreement
Noun/ Pronoun/Articles & Conjunctions
English Usage Errors
Grammatical errors-tense, voice, preposition usage, speech errors
Correct Spelling
Spotting Errors
Inappropriate usage of words
English Comprehension
Questions to be answered on the basis comprehension passage provided.
MH-CET Law 2021 Syllabus for Elementary Mathematics
The mathematic section looks forward to testing your elementary mathematical skills. The section contains 10 question based on the following topics:
Topics for Elementary Mathematics
Areas, Volumes
Commercial Mathematics
Interest, Profit, Loss and Discounts, Percentage, Partnership
Modern Mathematics
Permutation and Combination, Probability, clocks & Calendars
Data Interpretation
Group Charts
Number system, HCF and LCM, Functions, Fractions and Decimals, Roots and Indices, Ration and Proportion, Time and Work, Average
The time is limited, but the syllabus is vast. The level of difficulty cannot be assumed, which is why you have to prepare for the exam wisely. Practice mock-test papers and previous year papers to have an idea of your weaker and stronger sections. However, allocate time accordingly to each section. Study each and every topic carefully; moreover students should study the question types of various sections to increase accuracy.
Important Note: Students face difficulty while attempting questions from the legal aptitude and GK section. Students have to put in extra effort to master these topics. Moreover, managing time is of utmost importance to clear the entrance.
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