MH CET LAW Exam Pattern 2022 [Marking Scheme & Pattern]

MH CET Law Exam Pattern 2022 is recommended by the conducting body i.e. the Maharashtra Directorate of Higher Education. In this article, you will find a detailed exam pattern and marking scheme of MH CET LAW 2022
3-year and MH CET 2022 5-year LLB program. In this article, you will find all details related to the MH CET law exam pattern 2022 which includes the number and types of questions, the marking scheme, and what is the difference in
pattern in 3 years and 5 years MH CET LLB 2022.

MH CET 2022 Exam Overview:

  • MH CET Law is an online mode examination i.e., computer based test mode.
  • The test will be conducted in two mode of language -English and Marathi. You will have the option to choose your preferred language.
  • The questions will be objective Multiple Choice Questions with Four options.
  • There is No Negative Marking in MH CET law.
  • The time allotted is 2 Hours i.e. One Hundred and Twenty Minutes.
  • MH CET Law 5-year will have one additional subject. 
  • The Mock Test link for Practice will be provided for On Line CET practice.
  • The Questions will be Objective Multiple Choice Questions with Four Options.

MH CET Law 2022 exam syllabus( MH CET- 3 yr)

Subject wise Marking Scheme

Subjects No. of questions  Marks-per-Question 
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning  30  1
General Knowledge with Current Affairs  40  1
Logical and Analytical Reasoning  30  1
English  50  1
Total 150  1  per question
  • There are 4 subjects in MH CET law - 3-year program
  • Refer to MH CET Law Syllabus for detailed subject-wise segregation.  

MH CET Law 2022 exam syllabus( MH CET- 5 yr)

Subjects No. of questions  Marks-per-Question 
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning  40  1
General Knowledge with Current Affairs  30  1
Logical and Analytical Reasoning  40  1
Mathematical Aptitude 10 1
English  30  1
Total 150  1 per question
  • There are 5 subjects in MH CET law  5-year program
  • In 5 year program, the Mathematical Aptitude section is the new addition.
  • There will be 10 questions from this section having 1 mark each.