MAH MBA/MMS CET 2017 exam pattern - syllabus
DTE has announced the MAH MBA/MMS CET 2017 syllabus and exam pattern. Exam will be objective type and will be conducted at moderate difficulty level. MBA/MMS CET test paper is of general type and tests the candidate’s knowledge in Logical & Abstract reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Exam mode is CBT and candidates have to answer on computer.
DTE Maharashtra has already announced the MAH MBA/MMS CET 2017 exam dates and exam will be held on 4th and 5th of March 2017. Exam will be conducted online in 2 different dates, and will ascertain the merit of the eligible candidates to admit into post graduate management courses offered across Maharashtra.
Exam will be conducted for 200 marks (200 Questions) where candidates have to attempt all the questions in 150 minutes. All the questions are MCQ type and will have 5 options with single correct answer. Here is the topic wise question distribution and over view of the syllabus.
Logical reasoning – 75 questions
This section has major weightage in the exam and will have 75 MCQ type questions, each correct answer will carry 1 mark and no negative marking is there. Logical reasoning questions will test the accuracy and quickness of the candidates.
Abstract reasoning – 25 questions
Abstract Reasoning section has 25 MCQ questions and test the candidates skills in interpreting the figure and diagrams and also the verbal reasoning. Each question will carry 1 mark and no negative marking is there.
Quantitative aptitude - 50 questions
Quantitative Aptitude section test the computational skills of the candidates with numbers, numerical calculations, arithmetic calculations, ratios, percentages and also test the Interpretative skills understanding graphs, tables and charts. Each question will carry 1 mark and no negative marking is there.
Verbal ability & Reading comprehension – 50 questions
This section includes questions related to reading passages, grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms and passage comprehension. It test the candidates English language skills, understanding the content and appropriate use of words. Each question will carry 1 mark and no negative marking is there.