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Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2024 ( MAH CET )

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MAH MBA CET exam analysis 2024 will be shared here on the exam days - March 9, 10 and 11, 2024. The exam is being conducted in two shifts, per day. Sessions of MAH MBA CET 2024 Day 1 were easy. The question paper of MAH MBA CET 2024 was overall easy. MAH MBA CET exam analysis 2024 of Day 2 suggests, both sessions were tougher than Day 1 and the number of good attempts in Day 2 sessions will be as low as 100-140.

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Q:   What is the sectional weightage in MAH MBA CET?

A:

MAH MBA CET has four sections – Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. Section wise, the Logical Reasoning has the maximum weightage and Abstract Reasoning has the minimum weightage. Check below the sectional weightage of MAH MBA CET 2024:

  • Logical Reasoning: 75 questions
  • Abstract Reasoning: 25 questions
  • Quantitative Aptitude: 50 questions
  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: 50 questions

There can be a change in number of questions in the actual question papers. The exam is held in multiple sessions and one session may not have the same sectional weightage as another session. In MAH MBA CET 2023, the first session on day 2 had 83 Quantitative Aptitude session and the second session had 50 questions.

 

Q:   Which section of MAH MBA CET syllabus has maximum weightage?

A:

The Logical Reasoning section of MBA CET has the maximum weightage. This section carries 75 marks and Abstract Reasoning section carries 25 marks. So, together they carry 100 questions, i.e. 1/2 of the total number of questions. Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension sections carry 50 marks each.

Thus, candidates must prepare for this section well. Most of the times, the Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning questions have been easy to moderate in terms of difficult level. However, candidates should not ignore it at any cost as a good overall score and overall percentile will be directly related to one’s performance in these two sections. If you score low in these two sections, you score will fall drastically.

 

Q:   Is the question paper of one MAH CET session different from another?

A:

The question paper of all the MAH CET MBA sessions are different from each other. The test pattern and structure of the MAH MBA CET question papers is the same but one of them could be slightly easier or tougher as no question is repeated in any session. Every MAH CET session has a question paper with unique questions. The number of questions per section also varies from one session to another. This makes one session of the MAH CET exam slightly tougher than another.

The MAH MBA CET exam is always held in multiple sessions. The number of sessions can differ from one year to another. In 2022, the exam was conducted on three days, and every day, 2 sessions were held. In 2023, the exam was held on two days and each day had 2 sessions.

To negate the advantage or disadvantage to a student over another due to differences in the difficult levels, the MAH CET Cell normalizes scores of all candidates on a common scale to calculate percentile.

 

Q:   Is there negative marking in MAH CET MBA exam?

A:

MAH CET is one of the few MBA entrance exams in India which does not have negative marking. For each correct attempt, one mark is awarded to the candidate but no marks are deducted for wrong answers or unattempted questions. The total marks of MBA CET are 200 and candidates need not worry about making incorrect attempt. They must however avoid random selection of options as correct answers. They should take time in understanding the question and then choose the option. It is not mandatory to solve all the questions in MAH CET so candidates can spend some time on the questions and then answers. The exam will be of 2.5 hours and if they answers 75-80 questions correctly, they stand to gain a good percentile.

 

MAH MBA CET 2024 Analysis: Highlights

The MAH MBA CET analysis 2024 contains section wise discussion of the question paper of each session including number of doable questions and number of good attempts. Check below some highlights of MAH MBA CET 2024 paper. 

MAH MBA CET Exam Pattern

Details

Sections

Logical Reasoning

Abstract Reasoning

Quantitative Aptitude

Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

Number of questions

200

Number of answer choices

Five options

MBA CET total marks

200

Exam duration

150 minutes (2.5 hours)

Mode of examination

Online

Medium of examination

English

MAH CET marking scheme

  • One mark for correct attempt
  • Zero mark for incorrect attempt and unattempted question
  • No negative marking

MAH MBA CET 2024- Difficulty Level

The overall difficulty level of MAH CET MBA/MMS exam is usually moderate but this year it was easy on Day 1 and tough on Day 2. Check below section wise difficulty levels of MAH CET MBA 2024 question paper, day 1:

MAH MBA CET sections

Difficulty Level

Numnber of Questions

Good Attempts (Approx.)

Abstract Reasoning

Easy

25

170-175

Logical Reasoning

Easy to Moderate

75

Quantitative Aptitude

Easy 

50

Verbal Ability

Easy

50

Overall

Easy

200

Q:   What are the topics from which Logical Reasoning questions are asked in MAH CET?

A:

Most of the questions of MAH MBA CET Logical and Abstract Reasoning are asked from topics like Arrangements, Family trees, Coding-Decoding, Direction, Clock and Calendars, Groups and Conditionality, Number Series, Venn Diagrams, Syllogisms, Odd Word Out, Analogies, Blood Relations, Proposition, Direction Sense, Assumptions, Puzzles, Binary Logic, Clock and Calendars, Sets and Caselets, etc.

This section is divided into two parts – Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning. The Logical Reasoning section has about 75 questions and Abstract Reasoning Section has around 25 questions. The number of questions can change in a given year or in a given session. So, candidates must prepare for both types of reasoning questions of various difficulty levels. Scoring high in Logical Reasoning will result in a good overall score.

 

Q:   What are the topics from which Quantitative Aptitude questions are asked in MAH CET?

A:

The MAH MBA CET Quantitative Aptitude is a moderately difficult section. The topics from which the questions are asked include Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra, Mensuration, Partnership (Accounts), Profit and Loss, Mean, mode, median, Ratio and Proportion, In-Equations, Quadratic and Linear equations, Surds and Indices, Time-Speed-Distance, Number System, Geometric Progression, Binomial theorem, Inequalities, Work and Time, Percentage, Logarithms, Square Root and Cube Root, Probability and Simple Interest and Compound Interest.

 This section also contains topics from data interpretation and data sufficiency. Normally, there are two sets of data interpretation questions based on a graph, table or pie chart. Most of the questions however are from Quantitative Aptitude, specifically Arithmetic. Aspirants must dedicate about 2-3 months to this section for complete preparation. They need to be thorough with all the concepts and have enough practice of various types of questions.

 

Q:   What are the topics from which questions are asked in MAH CET English section?

A:

The MAH MBA CET English session is not dominated by Reading Comprehension unlike CAT. Out of 50 questions, only about 14-16 questions are asked from Reading Comprehension passages. Rest of the questions are asked from topics such as appropriate usage, fill in the banks, para jumbles, vocabulary, antonyms and synonyms, error correction, sentence completion and word arrangement, grammar, one-word substituting and verbal ability. To score well in this section of MAH MBA CET, candidates should focus on English grammar and verbal ability such as word placement, fill in the banks, etc.

 

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MAH MBA CET 2024 Analysis

According to MAH MBA CET 2024 analysis the question papers, the overall diffculty level was easy. Questions appeared section-wise in the following order:

  • Section 1:  Quantitative Aptitude, Question Number 1-50
  • Section 2: VARC, Question Number 51-100
  • Section 3: Analytical Reasoning, Question Number 101-125
  • Section 4: Logical Reasoning, Questiob Number 126-200 

Shiksha has shared below analysis for MAH MBA CET 2024.

MAH MBA CET Analysis 2024: VARC

The VARC section of MAH MBA CET 2024, Day 1 easy. There were 3 RC passages which had 14 questions. Given below is the topic wise break up of this section.

VARC Topics

Number of questions

Reading Comprehension

14

Synonyms + Antonyms

10

Analogies

5

Replace the underlined phrase (Grammar)

2

Spot the error (Grammar)

3

Odd one out

5

Idioms

2

Spellings

5

Critical Reasoning

1

Jumbled Paragraph (1 set)

3

Total

50

MAH MBA CET Analysis 2024: Quantitative Aptitude

The Quantitative Aptitude section of MAH MBA CET 2024, Day 1 can be considered easy to moderate. There were 2 sets of DI questions. Given below is the topic wise break up of this section.

Quantitative Aptitude Topics

Number of questions

Numbers

10

Arithmetic

27

Data Sufficiency

4

Geometry

2

Modern Maths

5

Total

50

MAH MBA CET Analysis 2024: Logical Reasoning

The Logical Reasoning section of MAH MBA CET 2024, Day 1, both session was easy to moderate in terms of diffculty level. Given below is the topic wise break up of this section.

Logical Reasoning Topics

Number of questions

Arrangements

13

Grouping & Conditionalities

12

Sequential output

2

Coding Decoding

6

Directions

4

Family Tree

3

Number Series

5

Symbols, Cube based

6

Verbal Reasoning

13

Miscellaneous (Odd Man out, Venn Diagram, QA Reasoning)

7

Data Sufficiency

4

Total

75

MAH MBA CET Analysis 2024: Abstract Reasoning

The Abstract Reasoning section of MAH MBA CET 2024, Day 1, both session was easy to solve. Given below is the topic wise break up of this section.

Abstract Reasoning Topics

Number of questions

Series Completion

11

Analogies

2

Cube based

1

Odd Man Out

5

Miscellaneous

6

Total

25

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Q:   What is MAH CET score normalization process?

A:

MAH CET score normalization process is undertaken to ensure that all candidates are judged on the same plane. This is done because MAH MBA CET is a multi-session exam and it may be possible that one session can be slighter easier or tougher than another. 

MAH CET score normalization ensures that no candidate has an advantage or disadvantage over another due to differences in difficulty level of their exam session. So, before the preparation of the MBA CET result and merit list, the Maharashtra CET normalizes the exam scores. Percentile scores are scores based on the relative performance of all candidates who appear for MAH CET. Basically, the marks obtained by every candidate are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session.

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of MAH CET MBA?

A:

The marking scheme of MAH MBA CET is very straightforward. The total marks is 200 hundred for 200 questions. Which means, every question carries one mark. There is no negative marking. In case of incorrect attempt, candidates will be marked zero. If they skip a question, even then they will be marked zero. Total marks of a candidate will be calculated out 200 on the basis of their total number of correct attempt.

Section wise the marks allotment is as follows:

  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: 50 marks
  • Logical Reasoning: 75 marks
  • Abstract Reasoning: 25 marks
  • Quantitative Aptitude: 50 marks

The MAH CET percentile is calculated out of normalized scores of every test take across all the sessions of the exam. The percentile is calculated on the basis of top scoring candidate’s marks against all other candidates.

 

Q:   What is the duration of MAH CET exam for MBA/MMS?

A:

The duration of MAH CET exam is 2.5 hours or 150 minutes. Candidates are expected complete the paper in the given time limit. There will be no sectional time limit so candidates can answers the questions as per their own strategy. No extra time will be given to any candidate for completing the test under any circumstances.

 In the MAH MBA CET exam, candidates will be required to punch in their answers on screens by using the computer mouse. They will be required to select an option and click on it. To save time on rough work use the screens calculator.

Since MAH MBA CET does’t have sectional time limit, you can re-check your answers as many times as you want till the exam time limit gets over. However, it is important that you keep a check on the time and not waste it in rechecking the answers repeated.

 

MAH MBA CET 2024 Expected Cut Offs

Given below are the expected MAH CET MBA cut off percentiles of top Maharashtra colleges based on the feedback received from students and MBA experts:

MBA Colleges

MAH MBA CET 2024 Score

*Cut Off Percentile

JBIMS

155+

99.9

SIMSREE, Mumbai

140+

99.5

Prin L,N.Welingkar's

140+

99.5

PUMBA, University of Pune

128+

98.5

College of Engineering, Pune

128+

98.5

S.I.E.S. College of Management Studies, Mumbai

128+

98.5

St. Xavier's College

128+

98.5

Chetana's Ramprasad Khandelwal Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai

128+

98.5

MET's Institute of Management, Mumbai

115+

95

Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management, Mumbai

115+

95

Indira College of Engineering & Management, Pune

115+

95

Thakur Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai

115+

95

*Cut off courtesy: IMS India

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Q:   What is the MBA CET CAP eligibility criteria?

A:

In the MAH CET CAP, there are three categories in which the seat allotment is done: 1. Maharashtra State Candidature, 2. All India Candidature/Jammu and Kashmir Migrant Candidature Candidate and 3. NRI/OCI/PIO Foreign National, Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries. Given below are the category wise MAH CET CAP eligibility criteria. Maharashtra State Candidature: The candidate should be an Indian National and must have passed -year Bachelor's Degree or equivalent with at least 50 per cent marks in aggregate from a recognised university (at least 45 per cent in case of candidates belonging to backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only). The candidate must have obtained more than zero score in MAH CET exam. All India Candidature/Jammu and Kashmir Migrant Candidature Candidate: The candidate should be an Indian National and must have passed 3-year Bachelor's Degree or equivalent with at least 50 per cent marks in aggregate from a recognised university. They must have also scored more than zero score in MAH CET/XAT/MAT/ATMA/GMAT/CAT/CMAT. NRI/OCI/PIO Foreign National, Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries: The candidate should have passed minimum three-year duration Bachelor's Degree with 50 per cent marks or equivalent, awarded by the University recognized by the UGC or AIU. Any other criterion declared from time to time by the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra as defined under the ACT.

 

Q:   What is MAH CET CAP?

A:

MAH MBA CET CAP is a common counseling process for admission to MBA/MS programmes offered by Maharashtra colleges and institutes. The Centralised Admission Process or CAP is conducted by the State CET Cell for admission to over 300 colleges and institutes in Maharashtra. Candidates who qualify MAH MBA CET entrance are eligible to participate in the MAH CET CAP. The MAH CET CAP includes online registration and choice filling by the candidate and seat allotment by the admission cell. The seat allotment is done in round-wise and category-wise. The seat is allotted to candidates on the basis of their MAH CET score and the colleges they have selected in the CAP registration form. Upon allotment of seats, candidates have to accept the admission offer by completing the paperwork at the college and paying the requisite fees. Candidates who have appeared for CMAT/CAT/MAT/ATMA/GMAT can also participate in the MAH MBA CET CAP for admission to MBA/MS courses. Such candidates can apply under All India category.

 

Q:   Which are the top Maharashtra colleges through MAH CET available in the range of 96-99 percentile?

A:
All top MBA colleges of Maharashtra are available in the range of 95-99 percentile. If you have scored in MAH MBA CET 2023 in the range of 97 to 99 percentile. Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies-Mumbai, SIMSREE-Mumbai, Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research-Mumbai, S. IES College of Management Studies-Mumbai, Xavier Institute of Management & Research-Mumbai, Department of Management Sciences (PUMBA)-University of Pune, MET's Institute of Management-Mumbai, Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management-Mumbai, Thakur Institute of Management Studies and Research-Mumbai, Rizvi Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai-Indira College of Engineering and Management-Pune, Shree C. E. Society's Indira Institute of Management-Pune, Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Management Studies and Research-Mumbai, Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute for Financial and Management Studies-Mumbai, S. C. E. S. Indira School Of Business Studies-Tathwade, St. Francis Institute of Management and Research-Mumbai, Indira Global Business SchoolPune and Agnel Charities Agnel Seva Sangha's for. C. Rodrigues Inst. Of Management. Studies-Navi Mumbai.
 

MAH CET Paper Analysis: Previous Years'

Check out past years’ MAH CET paper analysis below, to know the types of questions asked in the past.

MAH MBA CET 2023 Exam Analysis

According to the analysis of the MAH MBA CET 2023 question papers, the overall diffculty level was easy. This year, there was a slight change in the exam pattern from last year. This year, the questions did not appear in random order. There was no order of the sections but the questions were clubbed within the respective sections. 

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MAH MBA CET 2022 Exam Analysis 

MAH CET 2022 for MBA/MMS exam was conducted on August 23, 24 and 25. Shiksha will bring to you the analysis of MAH MBA CET 2022 MBA paper of all the sessions.  As per the analysis of MAH MBA CET 2022 question papers of all three days, the difficulty level was easy. 

Also Read: MAH MBA CET 2022 analysis

MAH MBA CET 2021 Exam Analysis 

The MAH CET 2021 for MBA/MMS exam was conducted on September 16, September 17 and September 18. The question papers of MAH CET exam this year were jumbled, which means the questions were not grouped into sections. All the questions from Abstract Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability were listed in no particular order. As per the MAH CET 2021 analysis, the exam was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level. 

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MAH MBA CET 2020 Exam Analysis

Overall difficulty level of MAH CET 2020 exam was moderate. Apart from Logical Reasoning section, all the sections were of easy to moderate difficulty level. A good attempt of 135-140 questions would fetch 99 percentile. Read below, detailed MAH CET analysis 2020 and know expected MAH CET cut off for admission 2020.

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MAH MBA CET 2019 Analysis

The Day 1 question paper of MAH CET 2019 was of moderate difficulty. On Day 2, the MAH CET 2019 question paper was slightly tougher than the Day 1 paper. Section-wise, Logical Reasoning section was lengthy on both days while Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Reading Comprehension sections were of moderate difficulty.

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MAH MBA CET 2018 Analysis

The MAH CET 2018 question paper had four sections. On the first day, Abstract Reasoning section was easiest of all, while the Logical Reasoning section was toughest. There were lots of surprises in the Verbal Ability section and the Quantitative Ability section was full of surprises. On the second day, Abstract Reasoning was of higher difficulty than on day 1. The Verbal Ability section, on the other hand, had less surprises than day 1. Questions of Logical Reasoning was time consuming. The Quantitative Aptitude section was of the same difficulty level as day 1.

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MAH MBA CET 2017 Analysis

The overall difficulty level of MAH-CET MBA 2017 was moderate to difficult. The Logical Reasoning section was on the difficult side while the Abstract Reasoning section was relatively easier. Quantitative Aptitude section was of moderate to high level of difficulty, while the Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension was easy to moderate.

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FAQs on MAH MBA CET 2024 Exam

Check here Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about MAH MBA CET Analysis:

Q:   I got 90.3 percentile in MAH CET MBA exam. Which good colleges can I apply for (not from Maharashtra)?

A:

 Congratulations on achieving a percentile of 90.3 in the MAH CET MBA exam! With such a percentile, you have a good chance of getting admission to reputable MBA colleges outside Maharashtra. Here are some well-known colleges you can consider applying to:

  1. Indian Institute of Management (IIMs): The IIMs are premier management institutes in India. They have campuses in various locations across the country, such as Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Lucknow, and others. Each IIM has its own admission criteria and selection process, so you can explore the ones that match your preferences.
  2. Xavier School of Management (XLRI), Jamshedpur: XLRI is one of the top management institutes in India. Known for its flagship Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme, XLRI offers a highly regarded curriculum and excellent placement opportunities.
  3. Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi University: FMS is one of the oldest business schools in India and offers a highly competitive MBA programme. Known for its academic rigor and affordable fees, FMS is a sought-after choice for MBA aspirants.
  4. SP Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai: SPJIMR is one of the leading business schools in India. It offers a diverse range of programs and is known for its innovative curriculum and emphasis on experiential learning.
  5. Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon: MDI is a reputed management institute known for its quality education and industry-oriented programs. It offers a variety of courses, including a flagship Post Graduate programme in Management (PGPM).
  6. Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad: ISB is a premier B-school that offers globally recognised programs. It is known for its strong industry connections, distinguished faculty, and a diverse student community. These are just a few examples of well-regarded MBA colleges outside Maharashtra. It is recommended to research and explore each college's admission criteria, curriculum, placement records, and campus culture to find the best fit for your preferences and career aspirations.
 

Q:   Can I get admission at JBIMS Mumbai with 40 MAHCET percentile?

A:
JBIMS Mumbai with a 40 MAH CET percentile. However, the cutoff may vary from year to year depending on several factors such as the difficulty level of the exam, the number of applicants, and the availability of seats. Hence, it is not possible to give a definite answer without considering the specific cutoffs for the current year. That being said, you can still explore other management institutes that accept MAH CET scores and have a lower cutoff percentile. You can research the colleges' eligibility criteria and cutoffs, faculty, infrastructure, placements, and other relevant factors to make an informed decision.
 

Q:   When will MAH MBA CET CAP 2024 begin?

A:

MAH MBA CET 2024 CAP or the counseling process will begin aftere the announcement of the result of the entrance exam. The schedule of MAH CET CAP 2024 will be announced by the Maharashtra State CET at its website most likely in the month of July 2024. The process will go on for about 2 months which will include registration form filling, round-wise seat allotment, uploading of documents, cut-off release, and admission confirmation. The MAH CET CAP is usually held a month after the exam result has been declared but for the last three years, it was delayed. In fact, the entire MAH CET session was delayed in the last three years as a result of which the counseling process was conducted as late as November and December. In 2023, the process was held on time and got over by the end of August.

 

Q:   Which are the top colleges that accept MAH CET score for MBA admission?

A:
MAH CET score is accepted by over 300 colleges and institutes in Maharashtra. These include government as well as private institutions. Some of the top colleges which accept MBA CET scores are Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies Mumbai, SIMSREE Mumbai, Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research Mumbai, S. IES College of Management Studies Mumbai, Department of Management Sciences (PUMBA) University of Pune, Xavier Institute of Management & Research Mumbai, COEP Technological University, MET's Institute of Management Mumbai, Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management Mumbai, Thakur Institute of Management Studies and Research Mumbai, Rizvi Institute of Management Studies and Research Mumbai, Indira College of Engineering and Management Pune, Shree C. E. Society's Indira Institute of Management Pune, Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Management Studies and Research Mumbai, Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute for Financial and Management Studies Mumbai, St. Francis Institute of Management and Research Mumbai, Agnel Charities Agnel Seva Sangha's for. C. Rodrigues Inst. Of Management. Studies Navi Mumbai.
 

Q:   Which college can I get for MBA with 87.86 percentile in MAH-CET exam?

A:
With 87.86 percentile in MAH CET exam, you have a good chance of getting admission to some of the top MBA colleges in Maharashtra. Here are some of the options you can consider: K J Somaiya Institute of Management, Mumbai Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research, Mumbai Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai N L Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur PUMBA (Department of Management Sciences, University of Pune) MIT School of Business, Pune Indira Institute of Management, Pune Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM), Pune Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Pune.
 

Q:   Can I choose the order of solving MAH MBA CET questions?

A:

There is no hard and fast rule related to the order of solving MAH MBA CET question. In 2022, the questions were listed in random order without sectional segregation so candidates could choose questions to solve as per their choice. In 2023, the questions were sectionalized so there was no option to choose questions as per one’s choice. It is better that candidates prepare for the exam in such a way that they can solve every next questions that appear on screens. They can skip the question and move to the next. Candidates must note that no matter what the order of the questions be they must save their answers before moving to the next question. If the answers is not saved it will not be recorded in the system.

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Answered 4 weeks ago

MAH-CET exam scores are considered to be valid for MMS (Masters of management studies) by those who belong to Maharashtra and are a domiciled candidate of Maharashtra. But even if you belong to other states then you may apply at SIMSREE through other exams which are CAT or CMAT as well through All I

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Shaurya pratap Singh

Beginner-Level 5

Answered a month ago

No, you must take the MAH CET entrance exam to join the Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme at Seamedu School of Pro-Expressionism in Pune. Other entrance exams accepted include CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA, CMAT, and ACET. You must also have a bachelor's degree from a recognised university wit

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Soumi Bera

Beginner-Level 3

Answered a month ago

Some of the important dates related to MAH MBA CET are given below for Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University MBA admission:

DatesUpcoming Events
Apr '24
MAH MBA CET result 2024
Jun '24-Aug '24
MAH MBA CET CAP 2024

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Janki H Gajjar

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The Maharashtra common entrance test for MBA is not only conducted in Maharashtra but also outside the state. Candidates from other states like Delhi-NCR, Gujarat, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Telangana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh can also appear for the exam at desig

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Pulkit Gautam

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

Here are the steps to follow to download your hall ticket for the MAH CET exam,

  1. Visit the official website mahacet.org
  2. In the "Online System" dropdown you will find the "Candidate Help Module"
  3. Fill your registered Email ID and Password
  4. Your admit card will be displayed on the screen
  5. Click on the downloa

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Himanshi Tirkha

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

B.Tech applicants should have completed 10+2 with 60% marks in PCMB/PCB.

Admission to B.Tech is done on the basis of performance in Amity JEE or if the candidate has appeared in any State or National level entrance exams (Like JEE mains, COMED-K, MH-CET, etc.) mark sheet along with the Examination ID

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DIPAN PATRA

Beginner-Level 1

Answered a month ago

MAH MBA CET 2024 question paper will be released in the form of a PDF as a response sheet and answer key at the examination website. Candidates who have appeared for the test can access the MAH CET question paper and answer key by using their login credential. This is the first time that Maharashtra

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Vipra Shrivastava

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The official MAH MBA CET answer key will contain each question and its status - your answer, right answer and not attempted questions. The following information are mentioned on the MAH MBA CET answer key:

  • Name of the candidate
  • MBA CET registration number
  • MAH CET exam centre and exam slot
  • Test date and

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Vipra Shrivastava

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

Yes, candidates can raise objection against the official MAH MBA CET answer key by filling an online form available in student dashboard. The option to raise objection will be available for only 2-3 days (April 1 to April 3, 2024). Candidates will have to exercise this option within the given durat

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Vipra Shrivastava

Contributor-Level 10

626 Institutes accepting MAH CET

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • 4.4

    Placements

    4.5

    Infrastructure

    4.6

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.0

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.7

    Value for Money

    4.2

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
    (89)
  • |
  • Total Fees: ₹ 24.20 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time
MBA in Pharmaceutical Management
  • 4.2

    Placements

    4.1

    Infrastructure

    4.6

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.3

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.0

    Value for Money

    3.8

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
    (34)
  • |
  • Total Fees: ₹ 7.50 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time
NMIMS, Mumbai

NMIMS, Mumbai

Vile Parle West, Mumbai

Admissions 2024

MBA in Business Analytics
  • 5.0

    Placements

    5.0

    Infrastructure

    5.0

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    5.0

    Crowd & Campus Life

    5.0

    Value for Money

    5.0

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
  • |
  • Total Fees: ₹ 10.00 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • 4.2

    Placements

    3.9

    Infrastructure

    4.4

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.1

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.3

    Value for Money

    4.3

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
    (80)
  • |
  • Total Fees: ₹ 17.29 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time

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