MAH CET 2018 Analysis and Expected Cutoff

MAH CET 2018 Analysis and Expected Cutoff – MAH CET will be conducted on March 10 and 11 in multiple slots. Careers360 will bring to you the complete MAH CET 2018 Analysis and expected cutoff after the exam is over. The computer-based objective type test of 150 minutes will have 200 questions in total. On both days, the timing for slot 1 is 9 am to 11:30 am and for slot 2 is 1 pm to 3:30 pm. According to the experts and test takers, the difficulty level is expected to be a little higher than the last year. The exam pattern will be same as last year. In MAH CET exam analysis 2018 (MBA/MMS), experts will analyse all the sections of the exam on the difficulty scale to reveal the expected cutoff.

MAH CET 2018 Analysis and Expected Cutoff (MBA/MMS)


                                 MAH CET 2018 Analysis and Expected Cutoff

Let’s have a look at the exam pattern of MAH CET 2018 before looking at the MAH CET exam analysis 2018 (slot wise).

MAH CET 2018 Exam Pattern

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S.No. Topic No. of Questions Maximum Marks Marks per Question Total Marks Marking Scheme
1 Logical Reasoning 75 75 1 200 No Negative marking
2 Abstract Reasoning 25 25 1
3 Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 1
4 Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension 50 50 1

Each question will carry one mark and will have five options. No negative marking has been prescribed for MAH CET 2018.

MAH CET 2018 Analysis and Expected Cutoff


We’ll bring the MAH CET 2018 analysis (slot wise) after the exam is conducted. Till then, let’s have a look the last year’s analysis. As per the last year’s analysis of MAH CET, by experts from IMS Learning, Logical Reasoning was the toughest and Abstract Reasoning was the easiest section in MAH CET 2017. Let us take a look at the section wise analysis of the last year’s exam. It’ll give the aspirants a decent idea about this year’s exam.

MAH CET Exam Analysis – Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension (VA/RC)

The difficulty level of questions in this section was on higher lines. There were few question types which were new and a bit confusing for the test takers. ‘Combining two statements with a new starter statement without changing the meaning’ and ‘grammatical correction in three groups of words of a single statement’ were some such questions. Questions on ‘Missing sentence in the passage’ were time consuming and confusing as well.

There were two Reading Comprehension passages of moderate difficulty level questions. The questions were inference based and some were vocabulary based as well. The questions on ‘Statement not contributing to main idea of passage’ and ‘Select the correct/incorrect statements’ were easy but time-consuming. Cloze passage carried eight questions on the easier side. Para-jumbled type of questions did not appear in the test.

Take a look at the overall number of question types and difficulty level as shared by IMS Learning experts.

MBA CET Analysis – VARC Topic wise Difficulty Level

Topic Easy Moderate Tough
Cloze passage 5 3 0
Sentence combination 1 2 2
Grammatical Correction 0 3 2
Multiple Sentence Correction 3 1 0
Sentence not contributing to main idea of passage 3 2 0
Synonyms and Antonyms 2 1 0
Missing sentence in passages 2 2 1
RC – 1 2 3 2
RC – 2 3 3 2
Total 21 20 9

MAH CET Exam Analysis – Quantitative Aptitude (QA)

Out of 50 questions, 23 were on Data Interpretation and 27 were on Quantitative Aptitude. There were four DI sets on Tables, Caselet, Line graph and Pie Chart. The overall difficulty level was moderate to easy. While Number Series questions were asked in Logical Reasoning section, this year, this topic was covered under Quantitative Aptitude. Take a look at the topics and the difficulty level.

MBA CET Analysis – QA Topic wise Difficulty Level

Topic Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Data Interpretation 23
Table 5 3 Easy, 2 Moderate
Caselet 6 1 Moderate, 5 Difficult
Line Graph 6 Easy
Pie Chart 6 4 Easy, 2 Moderate
Arithmetic 9
Time & Work 2 Moderate
Time, Speed & Distance 1 Moderate
Work, Pipe & Cisterns 1 Easy
Ratio-Proportions 1 Easy
Profit & Loss 1 Easy
Simple & Compound Interest 1 Easy
Mixtures & Alligations 1 Moderate
Partnerships 1 Moderate
Numbers 3
Prime Factors 1 Moderate
Others 2 1 Easy, 1 Moderate
Algebra (Equation) 1 Easy
Geometry (Circles & Quadrilaterals) 1 Easy
Modern Mathematics (Probability) 2 1 Moderate, 1 Tough
Data Sufficiency 5
Arithmetic 4 1 Easy, 3 Medium
Geometry 1 Medium
Number Series 6
Odd Man Out 6 Easy

MAH CET Exam Analysis – Logical Reasoning (LR)

The questions were divided into Verbal Reasoning (17) and Non-Verbal Reasoning (58). Majority of the questions on Non-Verbal Reasoning were dominated by Arrangement. The questions were data heavy and time consuming.

The Verbal Reasoning questions were on Critical Reasoning and Syllogisms. The questions on Strengthen-Weaken argument and Cause and Effect were time consuming.

MBA CET Analysis – LR Topic wise Difficulty Level

Topics Number of Questions Difficulty Level
Matrix Arrangement 17 questions (5 in one set and 6 each in two sets) Moderate to tough
Circular Arrangement 6 (One set of 6 questions) Moderate to tough
Linear Arrangement 7 (One set of 5 questions and 2 standalone questions) Moderate
Square Arrangement 2 (One set of 2 questions) Easy
Sequential Output 6 Moderate to tough
Family Tree 5 Easy to Moderate
Quantitative Comparison 5 Moderate to tough
Coding 5 Moderate
Directions 4 Moderate
Verbal Reasoning (17 questions)
Critical Reasoning 5 Easy
Syllogisms (3 questions having 5 variables and 3 questions having 4 variables) 6 Moderate to tough
Statement Cause & Effect 2 Moderate
Strengthen-Weaken Arguments 1 Moderate
Statement Conclusion 1 Moderate
Statement Inference 2 Easy to moderate

MAH CET Exam Analysis – Abstract Reasoning

This was the easiest section in the exam in both days. The question types were similar to the Visual Reasoning questions that used to come in previous MAH CET. The question types and difficulty level are as follows:

MBA CET Analysis – Abstract Reasoning

Topics Number of Questions
Series Completion 15
Analogies 10
Total 25

MAH CET 2018 Expected cutoff


We’ll updated the expected cutoff for MAH CET 2018 after the exam is over. Let’s have a look at the last year’s expected cutoff by experts. The cutoff for this year is expected to be more or less same as last year. If the exam goes high on the difficulty scale, the cutoff for MAH CET 2018 may go down.

MAH CET Expected cutoff

Score Cutoff
122-125 99.8 percentile
108-111 99 percentile
96-99 97 percentile

Candidates who appear for the exam can use the MAH CET Percentile Predictor Tool to know the approximate score they are going to get in the exam. Simply fill the Personal Details, the score you’re expecting based on the questions attempted and the tool will show the predictable percentile on the basis of the details filled.

MAH MBA/MMA CET Result 2018 will be announced on March 19, 2018.

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