The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State, is releasing the MBA CET 2019 Hall Ticket on March 01, 2019. Candidates who have applied for Maharashtra CET will able to download the CET Admit Card at cetcell.mahacet.org. It will be accessible to students using the registration number and password. Test takers will get only 10 days to download the hall ticket.
The admit card for MAH CET will be available to all the candidates who have successfully submitted their application form before the last day. Once it is available, students must download it for the state-level computer-based examination scheduled on March 9 and 10, 2019. The exam will conduct at multiple cities in India for admission to MBA/ MMS/ PGDM programmes.
Boost Attempts: No Negative Marking in CET
As only a few days have been left for the exam, candidates must devote their time in practicing the questions according to the exam pattern of MBA CET. It has four sections naming Abstract Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and Verbal Ability & Reading comprehension having the number of questions in the ratio of 25:75:50:50. Importantly, in the exam, there is no negative marking. Thus, candidates can easily maximize their attempts and make sure to solve easy to moderate questions first.
Take Mock Tests
Leave last three days of the exam for the revision of the formulas, important questions etc. In the rest of the days, take atleast one mock test daily. Candidates can either enroll themselves for the MBA/ MMS online test or refer to books having past year papers. After taking a mock, it is essential to know the mistakes. If required, revise the concepts again and practice more questions related to the same concept.
Make an Exam Strategy
While taking a mock test, make an exam strategy as well. For example, if a student is agile in logical reasoning, then solve this section first in the exam. However, candidates must be adaptable to changing strategies according to the difficulty level of the exam.
Know the Concepts
In order to excel in each section, candidates must have an understanding of the basic concepts. This can be prepared from any good aptitude books. So, for abstract reasoning, make sure to learn the concept of visual reasoning. For example, how to analyze the pattern, in series based questions it could be a combination of multiplication, division, subtraction etc. For logical reasoning, revise concepts of directions, time, calendar, arrangements, statement & conclusion etc.
For Mathematics, nothing is better than being up-to-date with formulas and concepts. In case some topics are left, just revise the important formulas of those topics. Don’t try to learn full syllabus in a short period of time but ensure that covered syllabus is done properly. For VARC, revise grammar rules and keep reading & learning new words every day.
Last but the least, do not lose confidence and work hard to leave no stone unturned.