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MBA CET 2019 Exam Analysis

PUBLISH DATE 13th March 2019

DTE has already conducted the MBA CET 2019 on March 9, 2019 for Slot I & Slot II paper. Candidates who have appeared in the examination can check the complete expert analysis for Slot I & Slot II exam here.

Directorate of Technical Education, DTE has already conducted the MBA CET 2019 on March 9, 2019 for Slot I & Slot II paper. Slot I paper was conducted on March 9, 2019 from 10 am to 12.30 pm and Slot II paper was conducted on March 9, 2019 from 2pm to 4.30pm. The Computer based test, CBT for MBA CET 2019 is the entrance test for MBA/MMS admission in approx 400 MBA colleges of Maharashtra.

Candidates who have appeared in the examination can check the complete expert analysis for Slot I & Slot II exam by Triumphant Institute of Education Management (T.I.M.E.)

Slot I Paper Analysis & Expected Cut offs 

Slot I Paper as per student feedback can be classified as moderately difficult. From what the students have reported, the correct selection of questions is the key to a good score. Since there wasn’t any element of surprise in the type of questions, a judicious distribution of time and choice would have ensured a comfortable number of attempts with a good accuracy. A good student should have attempted around 115-120 questions. However, students aiming for the top colleges should have attempted around 125-130 questions.

Area

Number of Questions

Easy 

Moderate

Difficult 

Logical Reasoning

75

29

34

12

Abstract Reasoning (Non-verbal Reasoning)

25

14

8

3

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

50

30

20

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Quantitative Ability

50

26

16

8

Slot II Paper Analysis & Expected Cut offs 

For Slot II paper, the student feedback says that the paper was moderately difficult. From what the students have reported, the correct selection of questions is the key to a good score. Since there wasn’t any element of surprise in the type of questions, a judicious distribution of time and choice would have ensured a comfortable number of attempts with a good accuracy. A good student should have attempted around 118-123 questions. However, students aiming for the top colleges should have attempted around 125-130 questions.

Area

Number of Questions

Easy 

Moderate

Difficult 

Logical Reasoning

75

24

33

18

Abstract Reasoning (Non-verbal Reasoning)

25

9

10

6

Quantitative Ability

50

15

23

12

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

50

32

18

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