How to prepare for MH CET Law 2020 - Over 40,000 candidates will be appearing for MH CET law 2020 leading to a tough competition among candidates. And, above everything, the syllabus for 3-year LLB is more or less similar to the one given for 5-year LLB, except that exam standard will vary considerably which makes MAHA CET a bit tricky for the candidates. Thus, to make a way out of the ongoing competition and secure a good rank, an effective MH CET law 2020 preparation strategy becomes unavoidable for candidates. Thus, the article, how to prepare for MH CET law 2020 suggests a preparation framework covering all the important preparation tips and guidelines that one needs to execute to secure good marks in the test. Further, along with MH CET law preparation tips, candidates will get to know much about MH CET law 2020 exam, important topics and other details, read below to know more about how to prepare for MH CET law 2020.
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Exam date (Announced)
April 12, 2020
June 28, 2020
Reading random books without much clarity is no good for entrance exams like MH CET law, where targeted preparation counts above everything. Thus, knowing the exam pattern and syllabus becomes very important. Candidates must keep themselves familiar with MH CET law exam pattern 2020 and syllabus for an effective preparation. To pick out a few important points, the exam pattern of MH CET law contains the following points.
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An offline entrance exam consisting of 150 MCQs.
Candidates will be given 120 minutes to attempt the test.
As part of the marking scheme, 1 mark will be given for each correct answer and there will be no negative marking.
MH CET law syllabus 2020 contains subjects like law, General knowledge and current affairs, reasoning and English. For 5-year LLB, elementary maths will be an additional subject carrying 10 marks.
After knowing the syllabus and exam pattern of MH CET law, candidates should start looking for the right study material. Candidates should be mindful of the time limits, thus rather than looking for a variety of books, referring to the standard books would be a smart way for MHCET law preparation 2020. Some of the standard books are mentioned below.
Books/study material for 5-year LLB
Books/study material for 3-year LLB
Legal aptitude and legal reasoning
Indian Polity books up to class 12th
Indian Polity by Laxamikant
Previous year papers to understand the type of questions asked in the exam
General knowledge with current affairs
NCERT books of History, Geography and Economics
Monthly current affairs
Read any one monthly current affairs
Logical and analytical reasoning
Verbal and Non-verbal Ability by TMH PUB.
Practice mock tests
Verbal and Non-verbal Ability by TMH PUB. (Arun Sharma)
Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
Any general grammar book
Any grammar book of up to class 12 level
Maths (Only for 5-year LLB)
To get started, candidates should be clear of the time left for MH CET law 2020 preparation, starting early will always be beneficial as it gives ample time to cover the entire syllabus. Below the general preparation tips for MH CET law 2020 are mentioned.
The syllabus, as given by the conducting body is quite similar for both the entrance tests. However, candidates must be aware of the exam standard of the course they are applying for. In the entrance test for 5-year LLB, the questions will be asked from the intermediate level. Thus, the exam will be of moderate level, while the 3-year LLB entrance test will be at graduation level and candidates will have to understand the intricacies of the legal aptitude and facts.
For success in MH CET Law 2020, having a daily routine with clear strategy is very important. Either you join a good coaching or do self-study, preparation plan must be there, as it provides much-needed clarity about how long it will take to cover the topics mentioned in the syllabus. Follow the daily study plan with utmost dedication and consistency.
The syllabus of MH CET law consists of different subjects, each carrying different weightage in terms of marks. So, candidates should be smart enough to focus more on important topics than topics that carry less weightage. For eg, in 5-year LLB entrance test, maths will carry only 10 marks, while legal aptitude and reasoning carries as much as 40 marks. So, candidates should allocate time to each subject as per the weightage it carries in the exam.
Being the most dynamic section, current affairs should be prepared on a daily basis. One should follow a two-pronged strategy for current affairs ie, reading last 6-month current affairs from magazines on one hand and reading a daily newspaper on the other hand. Even while preparing current affairs, candidates should give special attention to the legal aspects of current events and important news. The following newspapers are helpful in preparing the current affairs.
The Indian Express
Mock tests are a very important part of MH CET law preparation. Regarding the importance of solving mock tests, the 2019 topper, Bharat Harne says ‘merely studying a subject won’t fetch you marks, you have to learn how to implement it during a mock’. Mock tests will carry a timer and will give you a sense of remaining time while attempting a test. Further, mock tests will give you a reality check of your preparation and by analyzing the outcomes of mock tests you can work on your weak points to further solidify your preparation.
The 5-year LLB entrance test of MH CET law 2020 is scheduled to be conducted on June 28, 2020.
Yes, you can, many have done it in the past. What you need is the right preparation strategy with dedication to execute the study plans.
Solving the mock tests gives the real exam experience, and lets you know your grey areas so you can work on them. Thus for effective preparation, mock tests are very important.
In order to get reservation of Maharashtra state quota, You should be fall in any of the point with the given below eligibility.
A. Candidate who is either Domicile of Maharashtra and/or is born in Maharashtra. Such candidates must have passed SSC or Diploma in Engineering or HSC or Bachelor of Science Exam from a recognized institution in Maharashtra.
B. Candidate not falling in Type A but his/her mother or father are domiciles of Maharashtra. (They must possess domicile certificate & it should be within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.).
C. Candidates who do not fall in Type A or Type B but their mother or father is a Government of India or Government of India Undertaking employee. Either of the parents should be posted and reported to the duty in Maharashtra before the deadline of MHT CET CAP application submission (which means the counselling application form).
D. Candidates who do not fall in (Type A, B and C category), but either of their parents are employees of or are retires as Government of Maharashtra or Government of Maharashtra Undertaking.
E. Candidates passing SSC and/or HSC Exam from a recognized institution situated in a disputed Maharashtra-Karnataka Border Area and whose Mother tongue is Marathi.
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test is conducted by Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra. It is a state level exam and for applicable for undergraduate students. The programmes offered are 3- year LLB course and 5-year integrated law course. It is an online objective type paper.
For preparation of the exam, you need to know the schedule of the applications to understand your planning and how to schedule your time-table.
For 5 year LLB:-
The application starts 20, Jan 2020
The application ends 2nd March, 2020
The exam will be on April 12, 2020
The results will be declared on 28th April, 2020
For 3 year LLB:-
The application starts 19th March, 2020
The application ends 6th May, 2020
The exam will be on 28th June, 2020
The results will be declared on 14th July, 2020
So, this means that if you are applying for 3 year LLB, you have more time to prepare and so you must schedule your studies within that time limit and vice versa.
The next step towards preparation is knowing the exam paper pattern and syllabus.
There will be 150 questions in the exam which will be objective-type. There will be no negative marking and each correct answer will be give 1 mark. The duration of the paper will be 120 minutes/ 2 hours.
The syllabus is as follows:
1. Legal aptitude and legal reasoning (30 marks) :
2. General Knowledge and Current affairs (40 marks) :
3. Logical and analytical reasoning (30 marks):
4. English (30 marks) :
5. Maths (50 marks) :
For get a hang of both of these things, solve previous years question papers and mock tests given online.
Some more things to remember:
Hope this helps. All the best!
There is no information regarding general EWS category option in MHTCET 2020. The start date of online registration starts from Jan 7th till 29th Feb.
Date of examination will be on 13th April( Group wise shifts will be announced later)
If anything regarding general Ews category you can find it on notification board on the official website
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