The MAH CET 2022 exam begins tomorrow.

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Tomorrow, August 23, the Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell will start the MAH CET 2022 exam. For three days, the exam will be administered in two shifts. On August 25, the MAH MBA CET 2022 exam will be over. The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET) admit card 2022 specifies the reporting time at which candidates must arrive at the test centre with all necessary documentation. Candidates are urged to adhere to all MAH CET 2022 exam day instructions at the testing location.

There will be 200 questions on the Maharashtra CET 2022 exam paper. All of the questions will come from one of four sections: Verbal Ability, Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, and Abstract Reasoning. 2.5 hours are needed to complete the entire MAH CET exam question paper (150 minutes). One mark will be given for each correct response under the MAH CET 2022 marking scheme, and no marks will be docked for incorrect or unattempted questions.

MAH CET 2022- Exam details and important dates

MAH CET exam dates 2022August 23, 24 and 25, 2022
MAH CET 2022 exam modeOnline (CBT mode)
MAH MBA CET 2022- Nature of questionsMultiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
MAH CET 2022 marking scheme+1 for every correct answer negative marking for incorrect or unanswered questions

MAH MBA CET 2022- Documents to carry at the test centre

The following documentation must be brought with the applicant to the Maharashtra MAH MBA CET test centre.

  • Aadhaar/ Pan card
  • Driving license
  • Bank passbook with photograph
  • Photo ID proof should be issued by people’s representative on official letterhead
  • Photo ID proof which should be issued by Gazetted officer

Note- Female candidates will have to notify/ inform the change of name be it first/middle or last name in case they get married.

MAH CET 2022- Exam day guidelines

  • Candidates must have a physical copy of their passport-size photo to attach to their MAH CET admission card in front of the exam’s invigilator.
  • No applicants will be permitted to bring any sort of electronic equipment into the exam room.
  • Candidates must assist the exam monitor during the frisking process.
  • During the test, switching seats is not permitted.
  • The authorities will not accept changes regarding the location of the MAH CET exam.
  • After reporting time, latecomers won’t be permitted to enter the test room.
  • Before entering the examination room, candidates’ identities will be thoroughly verified.

Mayank Tewari


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