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MH-CET 2018 : Detailed Exam Analysis | Score v/s Percentile

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The MH-CET 2018, was conducted over the last weekend i.e. 10 and 11 March 2018. Here we bring to you a detailed analysis of this year’s exam and a score v/s percentile analysis based on the scores of last two years. This will help you gauge your performance in the exam and estimate your standing.

So, read along!

Overall Analysis

  • The logical reasoning questions were lengthy and difficult
  • Abstract reasoning questions were of a moderate level
  • Quantitative aptitude section remained moderate
  • The verbal ability section can be rated as difficult on account of new question types

As compared to MH-CET 2017, the difficulty level of MH-CET 2018 was perceived to be higher. The exam threw quite a few surprises as well. Some of them are listed below.

  • Unlike the usual, there were no questions of ‘cloze test’ type.
  • A new question type was observed in para-jumbles. This new type was more of a combination of para-jumbles and para-completion. The right place to insert a short para had to be chosen.
  • A new type of vocabulary questions was also seen. One had to form new words using specific alphabets of the given long word.
  • In logical reasoning, more questions were based on critical reasoning and syllogisms.

The following table gives a snap-shot of section-wise analysis.

S No
Section Name
Number of Questions
Mark Per Question
Total marks for the section
Difficulty level
1
Logical Reasoning
75
1
75
Difficult
2
Abstract Reasoning
25
1
25
Moderate
3
Quantitative Aptitude
50
1
50
Moderate
4
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
50
1
50
Difficult

Detailed Section-wise Analysis

1. Logical Reasoning 

The difficulty level of this section was high. Data arrangement sets were difficult and the syllogisms, though conventional, were on the trickier side.

  • Arrangements-Linear, Matrix, Square etc. : 28 questions
  • Statement-conclusion, inference, cause effect : 7 questions
  • Direction Sense : 5 questions
  • Family Tree/ Blood Relations : 5 questions
  • Syllogisms : 6 questions
  • Critical reasoning : 15 questions
  • Assumptions : 3 questions
  • Data sufficiency : 4 questions
  • Letter re-arrangements : 2 questions

2. Abstract Reasoning

This was comparatively easier than the other sections. Following is a distribution of question types:

  • Analogy : 12 questions
  • Series : 13 questions

3. Quantitative Aptitude

The questions were not as straight-forward as they usually are in MH-CET. One had to have clear concepts as well as logical thinking to be able to effectively solve this section. Following is a distribution of question types.

  • Arithmetic (Percentage, P&L, TSD, ratio etc) : 10 questions
  • Geometry : 2 questions
  • Modern Maths : 1 questions
  • Data Interpretation : 22 questions
  • Data Sufficiency : 4 questions
  • Others : 11 questions

4. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

New question types were asked in the section and the overall difficulty of the section was thus high. While error related and para-jumbles were tricky and difficult, the reading comprehension questions were of a moderate level.

  • Reading Comprehension : 12 questions
  • Vocabulary : 15 questions
  • Faulty Construction / Sentence Re-writing : 5 questions
  • Error-Related : 4 questions
  • Para-jumbles : 8 questions
  • Others : 6 questions

MHCET Previous Years’ Score v/s Percentile Analysis

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Hope this helps!

All the best.


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