MH CET 2023 3-year LLB exam begins today; check paper pattern, guidelines

The MH CET 2023 3-year LLB exam will take place in two shifts. The exam will be held on May 2 and May 3 in the online mode across the state.

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Rohan D Umak | May 2, 2023 - 7:18 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2023 (MH CET 2023) exam for 3-year LLB course will be conducted by the State Common Entrance Test cell, Maharashtra, today on May 2 and 3 respectively. Ahead of the exam, the candidates about to appear in it should go through the paper pattern and exam guidelines.

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The MH CET 2023 3-year LLB exam will be held in two shifts. Shift 1 will be conducted from 9 am to 12 pm, while shift 2 will be held from 2 pm until 4 pm. After the exam, the State CET cell, Maharashtra will release the exam answer key, against which the candidates will be able to raise objections.

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MH CET 2023: Paper pattern for 3-year LLB

  • Exam mode: Online
  • Medium of exam: Marathi and English

  • Type of questions asked: Multiple choice questions

  • Exam duration: 120 minutes

  • Negative marking: No

MH CET 2023: Exam guidelines

Candidates about to take the MH CET 3-year LLB exam 2023 should go through the guidelines given below.

  • All candidates will be required to report to the exam centre at least an hour prior to the commencement of the exam.
  • The examinees will mandatorily be required to carry the admit card and a valid photo ID proof to the exam centre for verification purposes.

  • No candidate will be allowed to leave the exam centre before the exam concludes.

  • Malpractices such as cheating, copying or other unfair means will invite cancellation of candidature.

  • Candidates will not be allowed to carry prohibited items inside the exam hall, such as cell phones, earphones, tablets, bluetooth devices, speakers, electronic chips and study material such as books, notebooks etc

  • Strict adherence to Covid-appropriate behaviour is a must at all times at the exam centre.

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