Best Books for MH CET Law 2020 - When preparing for an exam, getting the book combination right can greatly enhance one’s chances of success. So, you may be interested in knowing the best books for MH CET law 2020, if you are appearing in the state-level exam. There are many benefits if you have the best study material at your disposal, like they tend to be error-free, comprehensively covers most of the topics, are easy to follow, and contains lots of practice sets. But the problem many MH CET law candidates face is there are so many options in the market that it is not easy to actually narrow down on a select few. To make the task easier for the candidates, here we bring them the best books for MH CET law preparation.

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Best Books for MH CET Law 2020

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Law (MHCET Law) will be conducted in online mode for admission to 5-year integrated law and 3-year LLB programs in the state of Maharashtra. The MH CET law 2020 exam for 5-year program will be conducted on April 12; the application form is open from January 21 - March 2. MH CET law application form for 3-year program will be available from March 19 - May 6, with the exam scheduled for June 28.

Why should one follow the best books for MHCET law preparation?

  1. Fewer errors - Such books ideally have few to no errors, so candidate has less chance of being fed wrong concepts or ideas. Remember, it is more difficult to unlearn something than to learn it the first time.

  2. Covers a topic(s) comprehensively - Consequently, the candidate can complete the topic thoroughly.

  3. Problem/questions sets: That the candidate can practice and edify what he/she has learned.

  4. Easy learning: Most concepts and problems are explained in layman terms, with corresponding illustrations and examples.

MHCET law best books - Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning Section

Book

Author (or publisher)

The Ultimate Guide to the LLB Entrance Examination 2020

M.A. Rashid and Nisa Fasil

MH-CET: LAW FOR L.L.B. (for 3 year & 5 Year Course)

Adv. Rewati Mohite and

Gajanan Shewalkar

Complete Guide to Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

Abhishek Krishna Gupta


Best books for MHCET Law - Logical and Analytical Reasoning Section

Book

Author (or publisher)

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Arun Sharma

Meenakshi Upadhyay

Quantitative Aptitude

R.S. Aggrawal

A New Approach to Reasoning

Verbal, Non-Verbal & Analytical

BS Sijwali and Indu Sijwali

Others: Practice mock tests and previous year papers

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MHCET law best books 2020 - GK and Current Affairs Section

  1. NCERT books of History, Geography and Economics

  2. Newspaper ( The Hindu/Indian Express/The Telegraph, etc.)

  3. Read any monthly current affairs magazine

MHCET 2020 law best books - English section

Book

Author (or publisher)

Word Power Made Easy

Wren & Martin

English Vocabulary in Use

Felicity O'dell

High School English Grammar and Composition

Wren & Martin

Objective General English

RS Aggarwal

Top Books MHCET Law - Mathematics section

Book

Author (or publisher)

NCERT books up to class 10

NCERT

Taxmann’s Mathematics for CLAT

Shailesh Kumar

MH CET law syllabus and important topics 2020

By following the MH CET law syllabus, the candidate will get to know which topics will be covered in the exam. So, if a topic is not included in the syllabus, the candidate may skip it, or not spend prodigious time on it. Instead, one may focus on the more important topics which carry more weightage. Check the tables below to find out the topic-wise marks distribution for the 5-year and 3-year programs.

Topic-wise marks distribution for 5-year integrated law:

Subject/Topics

Number of questions

Marks per question

Marks

Legal aptitude and legal reasoning

40

1

40

General knowledge with current affairs

30

1

30

Logical and analytical reasoning

40

1

40

Basic Mathematics

10

1

10

English

30

1

30

Total

150


150

Topic-wise marks distribution for 3-year llb:

Subject/Topic

Number of questions

Marks

Legal aptitude and legal reasoning

30

30

General knowledge with current affairs

40

40

Logical and analytical reasoning

30

30

English

50

50

Total

150

150

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A student appearing for mhcet law, does also have to apply to the participating colleges separately? or the seats will be alloted through this exam itself?

anurag khanna 5th Apr, 2020

Hello,

After appearing in exam(MHCET Law)  you need to secure good rank for getting seats in top law colleges of Maharashtra. You need not to apply in different colleges, after declaration of results common admission process will start in which you have to register yourself in online mode

Than you will have to submit the required documents for verification along with the choices of you preference.

For more details about counselling process of MHCET Law you should read this article .

Good Luck!!

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Is the exam postponed mhcet law 5 yrs

Sudarshan kumar 24th Mar, 2020

Hi Blishered,

The exam is not rescheduled yet but there are high possibilities that the exam will be delayed due to the corona virus as mah MCA cet 2020 is rescheduled to 30 April 2020  and the other exam like mah cet for B.tech and B.Pharma is also delayed.

for more information you can visit the official website of mah-cet by link given below:-

http://cetcell.mahacet.org/

Hope this will help,please feel free to ask if you have any further queries.

Thank You and be safe!

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can i apply to law college admission without crack cet exam

Suvakanta Sahu 15th Mar, 2020

Dear Aspirants,

Its a good news for you , you can apply to law college admission without cracking CET exam but not every collage offer theses kind of facilities.Some of colleges provides these types of facilities they are ..

Government Law college (Mumbai) these collage admission process based on merit list.

Balaji Law collage (PUNE)

ILS law collage (Pune)

and there are lots of Collage provided these kinds of admission but you have to clear all criteria should mandatory for admission procedure



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need a sample paper of this exam

Shubham Dhane 9th Mar, 2020

Hello,

Solving the sample papers will help you to know the exam pattern and will make you understand the level of your preparation it will also help you to increase your speed. Please click the below link to for the maharashtra common entrance test law

https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-sample-papers

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How many students apply for MH cet law 2020 for 5 years integrated Course??

Smrity 29th Feb, 2020

Hello,

To apply for MH CET 2020 5 year integrated course the studenst have to fill the online application form which has been released on 2nd January,2020 and will close on 2nd March,2020. The day for Examination of 5 year Integrated course in scheduled on April 12,2020. The applicant has to take the exam and then after the results are announced which is tentatively scheduled on May 15th,2020 the applicant can proceeed with the counselling and choice of college.

The eligibility criteria for 5 year courses are:

  • A candidate should be an Indian national.
  • Candidates with Maharashtra domicile will be eligible for 85% seats in the law colleges
  • Only 15% seats will be reserved for Outside Maharashtra candidates.
  • Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam from any recognized board.
  • Applicants must have 45% marks in the qualifying exam, however, reserved category candidates should have 40% marks.

For any further details you can visit the official site and gather other necessary information:

http://cetcell.mahacet.org

Hope it helps.

All the best!


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