MH CET Law Best preparation Books, Tips, How to Prepare for Exam?

11Mar,2020
By Durga Prasana Mishra

There MH CET preparation tips are very useful for the students who want to crack the MH CET examination. Maharashtra state conducts the MH CET law exam to provide admission to students in 3 and 5 years law courses. State common entrance test cell, the government of Maharashtra organizes this exam. This is a state-level examination. So read further to know about some tips about how to crack this examination.

For every examination, the candidate must start their preparation before 6-7 months so that they will get enough time to cover every part of the Syllabus. Below we are going to provide some tips that will be very useful for the students who want to clear MH CET.


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Know Exam Pattern & Syllabus


A candidate must go through the Syllabus and have knowledge about the exam pattern. Without knowing the exam pattern, you won’t be able to come up with any plan or strategy. Focus on all the topics, including GK, current affairs, and start maintaining notes. A candidate must be aware of the nature of the exam as well as the pattern. The Syllabus covers all these below-mentioned topics.

  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning
  • English (Reading Comprehension and Grammar)

MH CET Mock Test

Candidates should give mock tests, which will give them the opportunity to check their speed and accuracy. It will help them to know about which area they should put more focus on. Try to solve as many mock tests as possible.

Practice With Good Study Materials

Good study materials will definitely help you score well in exams, but it is the secondary thing. The primary thing is practice. Candidates must practice hard if they want to crack MH CET. Practice question papers as much as you can. Candidates must practice on their logical reasoning, GK, and legal reasoning part. Give as much as time possible to your weak areas.

Previous Year Question Papers

Try to solve previous years question papers. It will help the candidate to know about on which area they need to focus more. Candidates will get the ideas about what types of questions they are going to face. Candidates also solve other law entrance exam questions such as CLAT, AILET, LSAT, etc.

Stay Healthy

Do not sit for too long in one place. Take a short break during study hours. It will help you increase your concentration as well as your interest. Try to eat healthy foods and stretch your body. Avoid junk foods and must sleep 7-8 hours a day.

Keep revising

Try to finish your Syllabus 4-5 days before the exam date so that you can spend your time revising. Revision is very important before appearing in the exam. Especially the part you are weak in. And at last, you need to manage your time on the examination day.

Time Management

Work on your time management skills and divide the times among the topics they are good at and the topics they are weak in. For example, if you are weak in logical reasoning, then you should focus more on that subject.  

Dedication and concentration 

It is not easy to crack an exam. For that, you need to have a strong mindset and dedication towards your goal. Try to give your best at the MH CET examination, and you need to stay focused. Keep all these things on your mind, and you will be able to clear the CH CET exam with good marks.

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