MH CET Law 2020 Syllabus

Updated By Samiksha Rautela on 19 Mar, 2020 14:19

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MH CET Law 2020 Syllabus

When it comes to studying for MH CET law and cracking it successfully, one of the most important aspects that candidates should keep in mind is to know all the topics are included in MH CET law 2020 syllabus. The syllabus of MH CET Law 2020 is prepared to judge candidates basic knowledge and understanding of various subjects like General knowledge, English, Legal Aptitude, and reasoning etc.

The aspirants are required to go through the entire syllabus once before picking up the books for the MH CET Law 2020. All the candidates who have a clear goal of getting admission in any one of the participating institutes accepting MH CET law 2020 score must go through the detailed syllabus, marks and topic wise distribution for MH CET Law given on this page. Mostly, the syllabus of MH CET law 2020 is common for both the 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB courses and includes various common topics. Besides the marking scheme, the only difference between the syllabus of a 5-year LLB and 3-year LLB is that the former one has questions related to Mathematics whereas the latter one does not.

Candidates can join the best coaching centres or they can study on their own to prepare for the law entrance exam. In the entrance examination, for 3-year LLB programme, questions from the graduation level are expected to be asked and for the 5-year LLB programme, questions from the intermediate level will be asked in the entrance examination. To know the detailed syllabus and marking scheme of MH CET Law 2020, candidates can refer to the information given below.

5 Year LLB Subject-Wise Marks Distribution of MH CET Law 2020

Subject

Total Questions

Total Marks

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

40

40

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

40

40

General Knowledge with Current Affairs

30

30

English

30

30

Basic Mathematics

10

10

Grand Total

150 questions

150 marks

3 Year LLB Subject-Wise Marks Distribution of MH CET Law 2020

Subject

Total Questions

Total Marks

English

50

50

General Knowledge with Current Affairs

40

40

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

30

30

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

30

30

Grand Total

150 questions

150 marks

Detailed Topic-Wise Syllabus of MH CET Law 2020

Syllabus for Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning:

  • The study of law, research aptitude and problem-solving ability.

  • Legal prepositions and a set of facts to which the said propositions have to be applied

  • Some prepositions may not be true in the real sense, candidates will have to assume the truth of these prepositions and answer the question.

Syllabus for English:

  • Proficiency (Idioms and Phrases, One-word Substitutions, Sentence Improvement  and Rearrangement, Fill in the blanks etc)

  • Vocabulary (Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies etc) 

  • English Comprehension with a minimum of two passages followed by 5-10 questions that test Reading and Reasoning Abilities

  • English Usage Errors (common errors, spotting errors, inappropriate usages of words, spelling mistakes etc.)

Syllabus for Logical Reasoning:

  • Patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments

  • Variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies

Syllabus for GK & Current Affairs:

  • General awareness of History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics, Social Science, and Environment 

  • Current Affairs of the Past year

  • Recent Events and Awareness around the world

Syllabus for Mathematics:

  • Profit and Loss

  • Geometry

  • Algebra

  • Average

  • Permutation and combination

  • Venn Diagrams

  • Percentage

  • Probability

  • Speed, Distance, and Time

  • Trigonometry

  • Numbers

  • Triangles

Detailed Section-Wise Syllabus of MH CET Law 2020

In order to prepare well and score well in MH CET Law 2020 aspirants must check out the subject-wise syllabus contents mentioned below.

Logical/Abstract Reasoning

  • The aim of this section is to check out the interest of the student towards the legal aptitude, the study of law and problem-solving ability.
  • The questions are framed around legal prepositions and a set of facts where the said prepositions have to be applied.
  • In certain cases, the prepositions might not be true. Here, the candidates have to assume the prepositions are true and have to draw a conclusion on the basis of the hypothetical proposition.

General Knowledge and Current Affairs

  • The candidates are assessed on the basis of their awareness of the world. Also, the knowledge of recent happenings of the aspirant is put to test.
  • Topics to be studied in General Knowledge and Current Affairs section include Geography, History (Modern, Medieval, Ancient), Economics, General Science, Geography, Current Affairs and Civics.
  • Generally, the events from the past year are covered.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

  • The candidates are tested on their ability to identify logical links, patterns and rectify illogical arguments.
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning Section comprises completing arguments, analogies, reasoning by analogy, drawing well-supported conclusion and applying principles and rules. 
  • Further, the potential of the aspirants is measured on the parameters of comprehending the structure, relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures.
  • It also englobes reasoning deductively from the set of rules and statements or principles that describes the relationship among things, events and persons.

English

  • The English section includes the questions from the areas like Vocabulary, English Usage Errors and Proficiency of the English Language.
  • The candidates are judged as per their English comprehension skills with a minimum of 2 passages. 
  • Reasoning and reading ability of the aspirant is also tested by around five to ten questions that follow the comprehension passages.

Basic Mathematics

  • The numerical ability of the candidates is tested in the Basic Mathematics section. 
  • The questions put up from Mathematics in MH CET Law are from class 10 of various topics including Speed and Distance, Profit and Loss, Algebra, Average, Time and Work and Venn Diagram.

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Related Questions

When will the results be declared for the MH CET LAW 5 year course exam that was conducted on 11th October?

-AnonymousUpdated on December 14, 2020 10:53 PM
  • 3 Answers
Samiksha Rautela, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

The result date for the MH CET LAW 5 year exam has not been released yet. Candidates are required to keep a close eye on the MH CET Law result link.

Meanwhile, they can also check out the Private Law Colleges in Maharashtra Accepting MH CET Law Scores. To take any admission related assistance, they can either dial the helpline number 1800-572-9877 (toll-free) or fill the Common Application Form. In case of any questions, they can also write to us in the QnA zone.

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I have filled the MHT CET form but I don't know if it gives admission in the law college also. I have been hearing that law forms are different from CET forms?

-PankajUpdated on October 03, 2020 08:03 AM
  • 2 Answers
Samiksha Rautela, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

To take admission in a law course you are required to fill MAH LLB (3 years or 5 years long) form. In order to sit for the exam, you are required to do so before the deadline set by the college ends.

You can also check out the top law colleges in Maharashtra.

To take admission in a chosen law college, just dial 1800-572-9877 (toll-free) or fill the CAF (Common Application Form). You can also ask more questions, by writing to us in the QnA zone.

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My MH CET Law Exam for 3 year long LLB is declared on 2nd and 3rd November. On those dates, I will be in Uttar Pradesh. Can I take the exam in UP or will I have to Pune to take the exam?

-Hashim Ansari Updated on October 01, 2020 01:09 PM
  • 1 Answer
Samiksha Rautela, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

It is very crucial to select the exam venue while filling the application form as the MH CET Law exam centre once allocated, is not changed by the authorities. You are required to check the MH CET Law exam centre on the Admit Card and appear for the same on the allocated venue.

If you wish, you can write an email to the exam authorities explaining your situation. However, the chances are that you will have to appear for MH CET Law on the provided exam centre only.

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FAQs about MH CET LAW Syllabus

How many questions are asked in the MH CET Law 3 year LLB exam?

In the MH CET Law exam for 3 year LLB, 50 questions of English, 40 questions of General Knowledge and Current Affairs, and 30 questions each of Logical and Analytical Reasoning and Logical and Analytical Reasoning are asked.

Which is the best mock series of MH CET Law?

You can consult some reputed books for the mock papers of MH CET Law. Chapter-wise Objective Questions Bank for Law by Arihant Express and Study Package for CLAT and LLB entrance examinations by A P Bhardwaj are among the top choice of students.

Which is the best author for the preparation of the Legal section of MH CET Law?

A P Bhardwaj is considered to be one of the most popular and widely studied authors for Legal Reasoning and Legal Aptitude.

In how much time can I cover the syllabus of MH CET Law?

The entire syllabus of MH CET Law can be easily covered over a period of 10-12 months.

Suggest some GK books for MH CET Law preparation?

General Knowledge Year Book by Arihant and Quick General Awareness for Competitive Exams by Disha Experts are the most popular GK preparation books for MH CET Law.

Which topics should I study for the Legal Aptitude section of MH CET Law?

For the Legal Aptitude section of MH CET Law, you must prepare the following topics: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property Rights, Torts, Indian Constitution, Legal Maxims, Indian Penal Code, Indian Contract Act, Legal Fundamentals & Terms, and Supreme Court Judgements.

Which is the best book for General English preparation for MH CET Law?

Word power made easy by Norman Lewis, High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren and Martin, and Basic Grammar and English - NCERT are some of the best books for MH CET Law General English preparation.

What are the topics of MH CET Law Mathematics?

For the Mathematics part of MH CET Law, candidates will have to cover Algebra, Calculus, Vectors and Three-Dimensional Geometry, Probability, Linear Programming, Relations and Function, etc.

Is basic GK enough for MH CET Law?

Yes, basic GK and the knowledge of the recent trending news is mandatory to score well in the GK section of MH CET Law. However, several other topics are also included in the section which you should be well-versed with.

How many questions are asked in each section of MH CET Law for 5 year LLB?

In MH CET Law for 5 year LLB, 40 questions each are asked in Logical and Analytical Reasoning and Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning, 30 questions each are asked in General Knowledge with Current Affairs and English, and 10 questions are asked in Mathematics.

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