State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra is expected to conduct the Maharashtra MBA Common Entrance Test (CET) 2021 on August 26, 2021. While this is the date cited by various news portals, authorities reopened the MAH MBA CET 2021 registration portal today, August 12, 2021. Therefore, there is a chance that the exam may be conducted in the first or second week of September 2021. Eligible candidates have time up to August 16, 2021, 11:59 pm to complete the registration formalities.
Let’s assume that the MAH MBA CET 2021 examination is going to be conducted on August 26, 2021. Students have merely two weeks to prepare for the exam. To help them ace the exam, here is a two-week preparation guide –
The MAH MBA CET 2021 exam will cover four subjects – Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension. Logical Reasoning will comprise of 75 questions while Abstract Reasoning will cover 25 questions. The remaining two subjects will have 50 questions each. Since the questions vary in section, the weightage given to each subject must also vary.
The LR section holds the maximum weightage. It will cover questions based on series, input and output, directions, linear and circular arrangements, coding-decoding, etc. With two weeks left for the exam, the best way to practice this section is by solving 15-20 questions every day. Make it a point to solve questions from reference books or previous-year question papers to get adequate last-minute practice.
Abstract Reasoning or AR is the minimum weightage and covers the same topics as LR along with an abstract base. Along with solving subject-specific questions, note down all the shortcuts and time-saving tricks for this section. Instead of mugging these tricks, try to apply them in questions for better understanding.
Quantitative Aptitude will comprise of 50 questions and focus on mathematical concepts like ratio-proportion, algebra, height and distance, indices and surds, logarithms, probability, time and work, etc. This section also contains multiple calculations. So, candidates must thoroughly revise all the important formulae. Practice chapter-based and sectional mock exams in the last two weeks to get a firm grip on the section.
In case of Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, there are two elements. In case of Verbal Ability, candidates must read the newspaper or any online blog every day. This will improve their grammar and vocabulary skills. But, to crack the Reading Comprehension section in the least amount of time, students need to solve at least one mock exam every day.
While the preparation guide may sound tedious and hectic, it will prove useful when students appear for the actual MAH MBA CET 2021 examination. All the best!