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    How to prepare for MH-CET after completing B.Com?

    hi i have just completed my tybcom and got 81% so my planning to prepare for MH-CET so plz guide me with complete details about the entrance exam



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    Re: How to prepare for MH-CET after completing B.Com?

    Firstly Congratulations for your good score at TY.

    The MBA CET paper comprises of 3 main sections:
    1)English (50 marks)
    2)Quantitative Aptitude (50 marks)
    3)Reasoning (100 marks)

    For English work on your reading and simultaneously understanding skills. Read 10-20 idioms and words daily, which will even help you improve your vocabulary.
    Quantitative is mathematical part which is more time consuming, for these learn simple tricks, that will help you save time and attempt more questions.
    Reasoning should be done with lot of different tricks and methods and choose the best technique which will take less time.

    All the Best

    Regards,
    Karuna

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    Re: How to prepare for MH-CET after completing B.Com?

    Dear,
    These are the minimum required details ..!

    MH CET 2012 Eligibility :

    In order to secure admission to first year of two – year full time MBA / MMS / PGDBM / PGDM Course, the candidate should fulfill the following MH CET 2010 Eligibility Criteria : Candidate should have Passed with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate* (45% in case of candidates of backward class categories belonging to Maharashtra State only) in any Full Time Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognised by the Association of Indian Universities. OR Appeared for the final year examination of any Full Time Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognised by the Association of Indian Universities. Note : MBA Entrance Exam Question Bank CD a. For the academic year 2010 – 2011, both the Maharashtra State and OMS candidates who have appeared / appearing for the CAT 2009 are considered eligible for admission against the All India Seats subject to the fulfillment of eligibility criteria mentioned in the MAH CET 2010 Information Brochure. b.For admission to MBA / MMS / PGDBM / PGDM Course, the candidate is required to score minimum 30 marks in MAH MBA MMS CET 2010. Candidates seeking admission on the basis of CAT 2009 are required to obtain minimum equivalent score

    MH CET 2012 Exam Pattern :
    exam patteren: Mh. CET is a Objective type written test. It tends to be heavy on reasoning part and light on quantitative analysis Total number of question Time allotted Number of choices per question No negative marking.

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    Re: How to prepare for MH-CET after completing B.Com?

    Quote Originally Posted by nisha dokania View Post
    hi i have just completed my tybcom and got 81% so my planning to prepare for MH-CET so plz guide me with complete details about the entrance exam
    Hi friend,

    DTE has announced that MH CET for MBA will be replaced by CMAT from year 2013.
    CMAT scores will be accepted in all AICTE approved colleges.
    It is computer based test. Syllabus is quite similar to that of MH-CET but competition will be more as wider range of students will be eligible for CMAT.
    CMAT will be conducted 2 times per year. You can give both of them. Best score will be considered for admission.

    Registration for first test has already started from 3 August.
    Please refer http://www.aicte-cmat.in/ for more information.
    Good luck!!

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    Re: How to prepare for MH-CET after completing B.Com?

    hi dear,download (3).jpg

    mh-cet exam held twice in a year.it is computer based test.the question paper divided in to 3 parts:
    English-50
    quantitative aptitude-50
    reasoning-100
    you can prepair through coaching institute.
    some best coaching institution:
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    Re: How to prepare for MH-CET after completing B.Com?

    Quote Originally Posted by nisha dokania View Post
    hi i have just completed my tybcom and got 81% so my planning to prepare for MH-CET so plz guide me with complete details about the entrance exam
    HI,

    First of all I want to congratulate you for your graduation with that score.

    NOw I want to tell you that you no need to take MHCET Test for getting admission in MBA in Mahrashtra based college as the CMA Test replace the MHCET Test.

    Now from 2013 MHCET test will completely off for MBA and CMAT test which is conducted by AICTE for more than 4000 college in all over India.

    Check out the CMAT paper Pttern
    There are four sections in CMAT test
    • Quantitative Techniques & Data Interpretation
    • Logical Reasoning
    • Language Comprehension
    • General Awareness
    Each sections has 25 questions and 100 marks so total number of question is 100 and number of marks total 400. 25% negative marking.

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