Maharashtra CET 2021: MAH CET MBA exam analysis of Day 1 here; Difficulty level moderate

The MAH CET 2021 day 1 (slot 1) has been concluded today. Check the detailed MAH CET 2021 paper analysis of day 1 here.

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Sundararajan | Sep 16, 2021 - 6:49 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra has concluded the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET 2021) day 1 today, September 16, 2021. As per the MAH MBA CET analysis 2021 shared by the students, the overall difficulty level was moderate. According to the released statistics, a total of 1,32,190 registered for the MAH CET 2021 exam. Maharashtra CET 2021 for MBA/MMS admission is being held on three days from September 16 to 18, 2021.
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The MAH CET exam was conducted in computer-based mode. 200 multiple-choice questions were asked in the MAH MBA CET 2021 question paper. As per the Maharashtra MBA entrance exam MAH CET exam analysis, the questions were asked from Abstract Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and Verbal Ability.

MAH CET 2021 paper analysis by IMS

Coaching institutes like the Institute of Management Studies (IMS) have released the MAH CET 2021 exam analysis. Students can check the Maharashtra MBA CET 2021 difficulty level and important topics below.

MAH CET analysis 2021: Section-wise difficulty level

Area name

Approx no. of questions

Difficulty level

Good attempts

Logical Reasoning

70 to 75

Easy to Moderate


170-175

Abstract Reasoning

20 to 25

Easy

Quantitative Aptitude

50 to 55

Easy

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

45 to 50

Moderate

Total

200

Moderate

Institute wise MAH CET score and percentile

Institutes

Score

Percentile

JBIMS

155+

99.9+

SIMSREE, Welingkar

140+

99.5+

PUMBA, COEP, SIES, Xavier, Chetana

128+

98.5+

MET, Lala, Indira, Thakur

115+

95+

Day 1 MAH CET exam analysis 2021- Key Highlights

MAH CET section name

MAH CET sectional analysis of day 1 exam

Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension

  • The VARC section consists of 45 to 50 questions with about 30 VA questions and around 15 RC questions. Overall, the VARC section was easier than in the previous year.


  • Although the number of reading comprehension questions was the same as last year, there were four passages instead of the usual two. The paragraphs were challenging to read and often with hypothetical questions.


  • There were familiar question types in the VA section.


  • Most VA questions are easy and can be answered quickly with high accuracy.

Quantitative Aptitude

  • There were about 50 questions on QA in the first slot of CET 2021. The big surprise is that there are no questions in the data interpretation.


  • Similarly, there are no questions about the Quantitative Comparison, Approximations, and Data Sufficiency of a large deviation from recent years.


  • The difficulty level of the questions on QA was easier as compared to recent years.


  • The questions on QA were dominated by questions on Arithmetic. There were about 25 questions on Arithmetic and its subtopics.

Logical Reasoning

  • Questions on LR were dominated by questions on non-verbal reasoning. There were about 50 to 55 questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning and 20 questions on VR.


  • Out of the 55 questions on Non-VR, 40 questions were set based and there were 15 standalone questions.


  • There were no questions on Selection Criteria or Sequential Output


  • The verbal reasoning questions were in the easy to moderate difficulty range.

Abstract Reasoning

  • There were about 25 questions on Abstract Reasoning


  • There were questions on series completion, analogies, and the odd man out like in recent years.


  • Additionally, questions on 'paper folding' made a comeback to CET after several years.


  • There was one question that combined multiple odd-man-out questions. That was somewhat complex but all other questions in the AR section were rather easy.

What after the MAH CET exam 2021

MAH CET 2021 day two will be held tomorrow, September 17, from 9 am to 11:30 pm. Candidates appearing for the exam can check this MAH CET day 1 (slot 1) analysis to have an idea about the exam and prepare accordingly. MAH CET hall ticket 2021 must be carried with a valid photo id to the test centre for seeking entry and other verification purposes.

Apart from that, it is mandatory to follow all the instructions given by the examiner and examination day guidelines laid down by the Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell at the examination centre.

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