Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 09 Oct, 2018 15:33 IST
Regular practice and test-taking of mock tests is essential for the candidates preparing for MAH CET 2019. MAH CET is a state-level entrance examination that is conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra in online mode. Candidates preparing for MAH CET 2019 must take MAH CET mocks tests to gain experience and knowledge about the actual exam and to access their overall performance.
With the help of MAH CET mock tests, candidates will get a grip on the time management and exam pattern of MAH-CET, which is one of the biggest factor in cracking the test. Also, taking mock tests will improve ones test taking strategy. To practice various kinds of questions for better preparation, candidates can access the MAH CET mock test that will be made available on this page.
The series of MAH CET Mock test will be available soon!
The steps to access MAH CET mock test are mentioned below:
Create a Login account at CollegeDekho to take mock test for MAH CET.
After successful login, you can start taking the exam.
After completing your mock test, click on 'Submit’ tab.
Once you submit your exam, you can view your score displayed on the screen.
Mock test ensures sufficient exposure to all types of questions based on previous test experience.
With the help of mock tests, one learns from his/her mistakes so that the same is not repeated in the actual examination.
Regular practice of mock test improves question-solving ability and helps in boosting confidence during the exam.
Mock test scores helps to analyze the effectiveness of the exam preparation so that one can work on areas that requires improvement.
Solving mock tests or practice tests helps to track ones progress which is one of a good way to evaluate overall exam preparation.
Before appearing for the entrance exam, it is important for candidates to have a brief idea about the MAH CET exam pattern and marking scheme. Candidates aiming to crack MAH CET must take a quick look at the MAH CET exam pattern and marking scheme to be well prepared for the exam.
The entrance test is divided into four sections, namely, Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension.
The question paper of MAH CET will consist of Multiple Choice Questions, wherein candidates have to choose one correct answer from the available options.
The medium of the entrance test is English.
The time duration of the exam is of two and a half hours.
For every correct answer, 1 mark will be awarded to the candidates.
There is no negative marking in the exam.
No marks will be deducted from the total score for not attempting any question.