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MAH B.Ed CET 6th October 2021 Question Paper Analysis (Available) - Difficulty Level, Weightage, Review

Diksha Sharma
Diksha SharmaPublished On: October 07, 2021 | MAH B.Ed CET

Day 1 of MAH B.Ed CET 2021 has been conducted on 6th October. Check the detailed question paper analysis of MAH B.Ed CET 6th October 2021 that includes subject-wise difficulty level, topic-wise weightage, and good attempts.

MAH B.Ed CET 6th October 2021 Question Paper Analysis

MAH B.Ed CET 2021: Day 1 of the MAH B.Ed CET 2021 exam has been conducted on October 6th, 2021. The exam is conducted in online mode. The paper will be divided into three sections: Teaching Aptitude, General Knowledge and Mental Ability. For the students who wish to get admission to English medium colleges, MAH B.Ed English Language Content Test (ELCT) will be conducted. There will be objective-type questions in the MAH B.Ed CET exam and each question will carry one mark. The exam will be conducted for a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes and there will be a total of 100 questions in the exam. The Mental Ability section will consist of 40 questions and Teaching Aptitude & General knowledge section will consist of 30 questions. There will be no negative marking in the paper.

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What is a Good Score/ Rank in MAH B.Ed CET/ ELCT?

MAH B.Ed ELCT 6th October 2021 Question Paper Analysis

We have updated the table below for MAH B.Ed ELCT 6th October question paper analysis based on students’ responses & expert analysis after the exam. 


Paper Analysis

Overall Difficulty Level

Moderate to Easy

Difficulty Level of Teaching Aptitude


Difficulty Level of Mental Ability


Difficulty Level of General Knowledge


Most Time-Consuming Section

To be Updated

Expected Average No. of Good Attempts


Expected No. of Good Attempts


Topics with High Weightage in Teaching Aptitude

Coding & Decoding

Topics with High Weightage in Mental Ability


Topics with High Weightage in General Knowledge


Question Paper

MAH B.Ed CET 2021 Question Paper

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Am I eligible to apply for B.Ed admission at Shri Sardari Lal College of Education Ambala with 48% aggregate marks at the qualifying level?

-robina maryUpdated on October 06, 2021 12:59 AM
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Abhik Das, Student / Alumni

Dear student, the official website of Shri Sardari Lal College of Education Ambala is currently not accessible to us due to which we could not bring to you the detailed B.Ed admission eligibility criteria laid down by the institution. Usually, institutions offering B.Ed accept admission request of only those applicants who have secured at least 50% to 55% in their respective previous qualifying examinations with a few exceptions where institutions demand just passing marks in their eligibility conditions. Until and unless we can access the official website, we cannot exactly tell you the B.Ed admission eligibility criteria ...


On 12th basis I can do B.ed

-Dhanashree mandlikUpdated on August 30, 2021 11:06 AM
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Sakunth Kumar, CollegeDekho Expert

Dear Students,

Yes. There is an option called Integrated BA+B.Ed. or Integrated B.Sc+B.Ed course, which is of four years duration. Recently, NCTE has approved these courses and you can pursue the same. For more details on these courses, you can click on the link below -

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You can fill the Common Application Form on our website for admission-related assistance. You can also reach us through our IVRS Number - 1800-572-9877.


What is the qualification marks for getting the best college? According to the answer key of your site I'm getting 85 marks.

-Neha SinghUpdated on August 16, 2021 05:49 PM
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Abhik Das, Student / Alumni

Dear student, considering the previous year’s Bihar B.Ed CET cutoff scores and the maximum marks for which the entrance test is conducted, our experts at CollegeDekho suggest a candidate must at least score in the range of 90 to 110 to secure a seat in one of the top colleges. Now, as you have already calculated your tentative Bihar B.Ed CET score, which is 85, you have a pretty decent chance of securing a seat in a top B.Ed college in Bihar. Although our experts have declared the range between 90 and 110, you must know ...


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