MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024 registration ends today; exam pattern

MAH 5-year LLB CET 2024: Students can apply at cetcell.mahacet.org. Exam will be conducted on May 18.

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Today is the last day to apply for MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)Today is the last day to apply for MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Vagisha Kaushik | March 30, 2024 | 06:04 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell will conclude the registration process for MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024 today, March 30. Eligible aspirants who haven’t applied yet can fill the 5-year LLB application form on the official website, cetcell.mahacet.org. MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024 exam will be conducted on May 3 for admission to five-year integrated law programmes for the academic session 2024-25.

Applicants are required to check the eligibility requirements before applying for the exam. Those who fulfill the eligibility criteria can complete the application form by paying the application fee and uploading the necessary documents.

How to apply for MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024?

  • Go to the official website, cetcell.mahacet.org
  • Click on 'apply online' and then 'click here for new registration'
  • Enter the required information to generate login details
  • Login and fill the application form
  • Upload photograph and signature as per the given specifications
  • Click on payment tab and pay the application fee

The CET cell will issue the MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024 admit card soon on the official website. Students will be able to download the hall ticket using their registration number or roll number and password or date of birth.

MAH LLB 5-year CET 2024: Exam pattern

The MAH 5-year LLB CET 2024 exam will be held for a total of 150 marks. The question paper will comprise five sections. The section-wise number of questions, marks, and total marks are given below.

Section

Number of questions

Marks per question

Total marks

Legal aptitude and legal reasoning

40

1

40

General Knowledge with current affairs

30

1

30

Logical and analytical reasoning

40

1

40

English

30

1

30

Mathematical aptitude

10

1

10

Total

150

1 per question

150

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