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MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024: Steps to Calculate Percentile

Author : Nimisha

Updated On : July 4, 2024

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Overview: Are you still confused about the MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile? Don't worry; we are here to clarify this for you. If you have appeared in the MH CET Law 2024 exam and are struggling to distinguish between both, this article is for you! 

In this blog, we will analyze the distinction between MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024 to determine what constitutes a good score and go deep into the detailed process of gaining admission to the top law colleges in Maharashtra. This information will assist you in evaluating your chances of admission.

So, stay tuned to get complete information about MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024!

To gain a better understanding of MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024, it is necessary to learn the primary difference between both:

  1. MH CET Law Marks: This is the score a candidate receives based on the number of correct answers in the exam. MH CET Law exams have a maximum score that a candidate can achieve, calculated by considering the correct answers minus any penalties for, if any, wrong answers.
  2. MH CET Law Percentile: The percentile score is a relative measure that shows how a candidate's performance compares to all other candidates who took the same exam. It does not directly reflect the marks scored but indicates the percentage of candidates who scored below a particular candidate. For example, a percentile of 90 means the candidate scored better than 90% of the participants.

Percentile is particularly useful for comparative purposes, especially in competitive exams where ranking is crucial for admissions, allowing institutions to understand a candidate's performance with their peers.   Check the table below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024: 

Aspect 

Marks 

Percentile 

Definition 

The actual score obtained by a candidate in an exam. 

The relative ranking of a candidate among all test takers. 

Calculation 

A sum of correct answers minus penalties for wrong ones. 

Based on the rank of the candidate in comparison to others. 

Range 

Varies based on the total number of questions and marks. 

Ranges from 0 to 100. 

Absolute/Relative 

The absolute measure of performance. 

Relative measure of performance. 

Dependence 

Independent of other candidates' scores. 

Depends on the performance of other candidates. 

Interpretation 

A direct indicator of knowledge or skill level. 

Shows how well a candidate performed compared to peers. 

Usage 

Used to determine qualification or cut-offs. 

Used for ranking and comparing candidates. 

Variability 

It can vary widely based on exam difficulty. 

Provides a stable comparison across different exam versions. 

Example 

A candidate scores 85 out of 100 marks. 

A candidate is in the 90th percentile, scoring better than 90% of test takers. 

Read: MH CET Law exam pattern 

How to calculate the MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024:

The CET Cell Maharashtra will group all the candidates who appear in a specific slot or batch and calculate the mean and standard deviation for the total number of candidates in this group. Then, the exam authority will individually calculate the mean and standard deviation for candidates in each slot (session).

In the next step, each candidate's standard score will be calculated using the standard score formula mentioned below. Afterwards, an equated score will be calculated for all the candidates. If a candidate’s score is decimal, it will be rounded off to the nearest whole number.  Check the MH CET Law percentile formula below: 

Check: MH CET Law cut-off 

MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024: Calculation Formula 

The MH CET Law 2024 percentile will be calculated through the below-given formula below: 

Check: Previous year MH CET Law cut-off 

What is a Good Score in MH CET Law 2024? 

After the MH CET Law 2024 exam, the definition of a good score is open to debate. A good score largely depends on the difficulty of the entrance exam. You can refer to the table below to set their target accordingly. 

Very good score 

120+ 

Good score 

110-120 

Average Score 

90-100 

Low Score 

Below 60 

Factors Determining a Good Score in MH CET Law 2024 

To achieve a good score in MH CET Law 2024, students must consider several key factors: 

  • Total Number of Candidates: More candidates mean higher competition, requiring better scores for admission. 
  • Number of Seats Offered: Each college has limited seats, influencing the cutoff scores. Higher competition for fewer seats demands higher scores. 
  • Candidate's Category: Cutoff scores vary by category. General category students need higher scores, while reserved category students have lower cutoffs due to seat reservations. 
  • Overall Performance: Candidates' higher overall performance raises the cutoff scores. Exceptional performance is needed to make the merit list. 
  • Difficulty Level of Exam: A tough exam lowers the cutoff, while an easy or moderate exam raises it. 
  • Reservation Policy: Reservations are available only for candidates from Maharashtra, covering SC, ST, OBC, EWS, and notified tribes. About 50% of seats are reserved for these categories. 
  • College Preferences: Popular colleges set higher cutoffs due to more applicants. To secure admission to top law colleges in Maharashtra, candidates should aim to score above 125. 
  • These factors collectively determine the marks required for a good MH CET Law 2024 score. 

Read:- MH CET Law Counselling 

LegalEdge CLAT Result

LegalEdge CLAT Result

Previous year MH CET Law cut-offs on the basis of marks

2021: College-wise allotment list available on the MH CET website  

2022: College-wise cut-off list available on the MH CET website 

2023: As per the Data available on the internet 

2024: Expected percentile based on previous years’ data 

College Name 

2021-22  
(Scores)  

2022-23  
(Scores) 

2023-24  
(Scores) 

MS 

OMS 

MS  

OMS 

MS 

OMS 

GLC Mumbai  

117 

127 

106 

113 

105 

120 

ILS Pune 

115 

126 

102 

112 

97 

111 

SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai 

114 

124 

102 

111 

101 

109 

D.E.S. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune  

106 

119 

96 

108 

101 

114 

UMLA - University of Law Mumbai University 

108 

119 

96 

108 

94 

115 

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai  

109 

119 

96 

107 

95 

113 

University of Mumbai School of Law, Thane 

102 

118 

87 

104 

93 

111 

DY Patil Navi Mumbai 

96 

116 

88 

104 

92 

111 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

101 

117 

91 

103 

86 

100 

Adv. Balasaheb Apte Law College Mumbai 

106 

115 

95 

102 

84 

90 

Dr D Y Patil Unitech Society's Dr D Y Patil Law College Pimpri Pune  

88 

114 

83 

102 

89 

109 

New Law College, Ahmednagar 

69 

101 

72 

100 

83 

108 

Progressive Education Society Modern Law College, Pune 

95 

112 

86 

100 

86 

108 

A. B. M. S. Parishads Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

91 

113 

82 

99 

90 

107 

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Nagsenvan Aurangabad MS 

79 

110 

68 

99 

75 

106 

Bharatratna Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Law College,Bhiwandi  

76 

109 

74 

99 

76 

104 

RTMNU's Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur  

111 

111 

83 

98 

93 

103 

Singhad Law College, Pune 

90 

112 

79 

97 

82 

102 

Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai 

96 

99 

89 

96 

99 

105 

KES Shri. Jayantilal H. Patel Law College, Mumbai  

98 

109 

86 

95 

91 

100 

Balaji Law College, Pune 

78 

106 

73 

94 

87 

87 

St Wilfred College of Law, Mumbai 

37 

94 

41 

92 

47 

102 

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad  

73 

93 

75 

91 

80 

100 

KLE Society’s College of Law, Mumbai 

71 

96 

69 

91 

76 

100 

Lords Universal College of Law 

92 

95 

84 

91 

99 

104 

Check: MH CET top law colleges 

MHCET Law 2024 Expected CUT-OFF Based on Percentile

This analysis is done based on official data as published on the website; check the statistical data below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  

Seats 
 

Ranks  
 
 

OMS Seats 
 

 

OMS Closing Rank 

 

MH Seats  

MH Closing Rank  

OMS Cutoff  

MH Cutoff 

GLC Mumbai  

188 

188 

19 

19 

169 

169 

99.40% 

98.30% 

ILS Pune 

252 

440 

25 

44 

227 

396 

98.50% 

96.00% 

SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai 

96 

536 

19 

63 

77 

473 

97.90% 

95.30% 

D.E.S. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune  

208 

744 

35 

99 

173 

645 

96.70% 

93.50% 

UMLA - University of Mumbai Law Academy 

96 

840 

10 

108 

86 

732 

96.40% 

92.70% 

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai  

60 

900 

114 

54 

786 

96.20% 

92.10% 

University of Mumbai School of Law, Thane 

58 

958 

120 

52 

838 

96.00% 

91.60% 

DY Patil Navi Mumbai 

98 

1056 

10 

130 

88 

926 

95.70% 

90.70% 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune 

103 

1159 

10 

140 

93 

1019 

95.30% 

89.80% 

Adv. Balasaheb Apte Law College Mumbai 

103 

1262 

10 

150 

93 

1112 

95.00% 

88.90% 

Dr D Y Patil Unitech Society's Dr D Y Patil Law College Pimpri Pune 

103 

1365 

10 

161 

93 

1204 

94.60% 

88.00% 

New Law College, Ahmednagar  

110 

1475 

11 

172 

99 

1303 

94.30% 

87.00% 

Progressive Education Society Modern Law College,  
Pune  

155 

1630 

16 

187 

140 

1443 

93.80% 

85.60% 

Based on this analysis, you can expect admission to the following colleges. Please refer to the list below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024.

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  

Seats 

Expected OMS Cutoff 

(Percentile) 

Expected MH Cutoff

(Percentile) 

GLC Mumbai 

188 

99.40% 

98.30% 

ILS Pune 

252 

98.50% 

96.00% 

SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai  

96 

97.90% 

95.30% 

D.E.S. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune  

208 

96.70% 

93.50% 

UMLA - University of Mumbai Law Academy 

96 

96.40% 

92.70% 

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai  

60 

96.20% 

92.10% 

University of Mumbai School of Law, Thane 

58 

96.00% 

91.60% 

DY Patil Navi Mumbai 

98 

95.70% 

90.70% 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

103 

95.30% 

89.80% 

Adv. Balasaheb Apte Law College Mumbai 

103 

95.00% 

88.90% 

Dr D Y Patil Unitech Society's Dr D Y Patil Law College Pimpri Pune  

103 

94.60% 

88.00% 

New Law College, Ahmednagar 

110 

94.30% 

87.00% 

Progressive Education Society Modern Law College, Pune 

155 

93.80% 

85.60% 

MHCET Law 2024 Expected Opening and Closing Ranks and Cut-Off 

This analysis is based on official website data. Check the statistical data below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs. Percentile 2024.

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  
 

Seats 
 

Ranks  
 
 

OMS Seats 
 

 

OMS Closing Rank 

 

MH Seats  

MH Closing Rank  

OMS Cutoff  

MH Cutoff 

A. B. M. S. Parishads Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune 

241 

1871 

24 

211 

217 

1660 

93.00% 

83.40% 

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Nagsenvan, Aurangabad MS 

63 

1934 

218 

57 

1716 

92.70% 

82.80% 

Bharatratna Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Law College, Bhiwandi 

46 

1980 

222 

41 

1758 

92.60% 

82.40% 

RTMNU's Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur 

119 

2099 

12 

234 

107 

1865 

92.20% 

81.40% 

Singhad Law College, Pune 

102 

2201 

10 

244 

92 

1957 

91.90% 

80.40% 

Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai  

58 

2259 

250 

52 

2009 

91.70% 

79.90% 

KES Shri. Jayantilal H. Patel Law College, Mumbai 

91 

2350 

259 

82 

2091 

91.40% 

79.10% 

Balaji Law College, Pune 

100 

2450 

10 

269 

90 

2181 

91.00% 

78.20% 

St Wilfred College of Law, Mumbai 

77 

2527 

277 

69 

2250 

90.80% 

77.50% 

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad 

181 

2708 

18 

295 

163 

2413 

90.20% 

75.90% 

KLE Society’s College of Law, Mumbai 

35 

2743 

298 

32 

2445 

90.10% 

75.60% 

Lords Universal College of Law  
 

39 

2782 

302 

35 

2480 

89.90% 

75.20% 

Check: MH CET Law Syllabus 

MH CET Law Colleges in Maharashtra with less than 95 Percentile 

Based on this analysis, you can expect to get admission into these colleges; check the list below for your reference and to attain clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024 

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  

Seats 

Expected OMS Cutoff 

(Percentile) 

Expected MH Cutoff

(Percentile) 

A. B. M. S. Parishads Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

241 

93.00% 

83.40% 

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Nagsenvan, Aurangabad MS 

63 

92.70% 

82.80% 

Bharatratna Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Law College, Bhiwandi  

46 

92.60% 

82.40% 

RTMNU's Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur 

119 

92.20% 

81.40% 

Singhad Law College, Pune 

102 

91.90% 

80.40% 

Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai  

58 

91.70% 

79.90% 

KES Shri. Jayantilal H. Patel Law College, Mumbai 

91 

91.40% 

79.10% 

Balaji Law College, Pune 

100 

91.00% 

78.20% 

St Wilfred College of Law, Mumbai  

77 

90.80% 

77.50% 

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad  

181 

90.20% 

75.90% 

KLE Society’s College of Law, Mumbai 

35 

90.10% 

75.60% 

Lords Universal College of Law 

39 

89.90% 

75.20% 

*Note: This prediction utilizes cut-off data from the past three years. This information is not definitive and should not be the sole basis for your decision. Explore all available options before making a final choice.

Also read: How to prepare for MH CET Law 

Conclusion:

Understanding what constitutes a good score in the MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024 is crucial to securing admission to top law colleges in Maharashtra.

Factors such as the number of candidates, available seats, category-based cutoffs, overall performance, exam difficulty, and reservation policies significantly determine the required score.

By considering these factors and aiming for a high score, you can enhance your chances of getting admission into your desired colleges.

With this knowledge, you can better strategize your preparation and set realistic goals to achieve the desired outcomes in the MH CET Law 2024 exam. 

All the best!! 

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MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024: Steps to Calculate Percentile

Author : Nimisha

July 4, 2024

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Overview: Are you still confused about the MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile? Don't worry; we are here to clarify this for you. If you have appeared in the MH CET Law 2024 exam and are struggling to distinguish between both, this article is for you! 

In this blog, we will analyze the distinction between MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024 to determine what constitutes a good score and go deep into the detailed process of gaining admission to the top law colleges in Maharashtra. This information will assist you in evaluating your chances of admission.

So, stay tuned to get complete information about MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024!

To gain a better understanding of MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024, it is necessary to learn the primary difference between both:

  1. MH CET Law Marks: This is the score a candidate receives based on the number of correct answers in the exam. MH CET Law exams have a maximum score that a candidate can achieve, calculated by considering the correct answers minus any penalties for, if any, wrong answers.
  2. MH CET Law Percentile: The percentile score is a relative measure that shows how a candidate's performance compares to all other candidates who took the same exam. It does not directly reflect the marks scored but indicates the percentage of candidates who scored below a particular candidate. For example, a percentile of 90 means the candidate scored better than 90% of the participants.

Percentile is particularly useful for comparative purposes, especially in competitive exams where ranking is crucial for admissions, allowing institutions to understand a candidate's performance with their peers.   Check the table below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024: 

Aspect 

Marks 

Percentile 

Definition 

The actual score obtained by a candidate in an exam. 

The relative ranking of a candidate among all test takers. 

Calculation 

A sum of correct answers minus penalties for wrong ones. 

Based on the rank of the candidate in comparison to others. 

Range 

Varies based on the total number of questions and marks. 

Ranges from 0 to 100. 

Absolute/Relative 

The absolute measure of performance. 

Relative measure of performance. 

Dependence 

Independent of other candidates' scores. 

Depends on the performance of other candidates. 

Interpretation 

A direct indicator of knowledge or skill level. 

Shows how well a candidate performed compared to peers. 

Usage 

Used to determine qualification or cut-offs. 

Used for ranking and comparing candidates. 

Variability 

It can vary widely based on exam difficulty. 

Provides a stable comparison across different exam versions. 

Example 

A candidate scores 85 out of 100 marks. 

A candidate is in the 90th percentile, scoring better than 90% of test takers. 

Read: MH CET Law exam pattern 

How to calculate the MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024:

The CET Cell Maharashtra will group all the candidates who appear in a specific slot or batch and calculate the mean and standard deviation for the total number of candidates in this group. Then, the exam authority will individually calculate the mean and standard deviation for candidates in each slot (session).

In the next step, each candidate's standard score will be calculated using the standard score formula mentioned below. Afterwards, an equated score will be calculated for all the candidates. If a candidate’s score is decimal, it will be rounded off to the nearest whole number.  Check the MH CET Law percentile formula below: 

Check: MH CET Law cut-off 

MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024: Calculation Formula 

The MH CET Law 2024 percentile will be calculated through the below-given formula below: 

Check: Previous year MH CET Law cut-off 

What is a Good Score in MH CET Law 2024? 

After the MH CET Law 2024 exam, the definition of a good score is open to debate. A good score largely depends on the difficulty of the entrance exam. You can refer to the table below to set their target accordingly. 

Very good score 

120+ 

Good score 

110-120 

Average Score 

90-100 

Low Score 

Below 60 

Factors Determining a Good Score in MH CET Law 2024 

To achieve a good score in MH CET Law 2024, students must consider several key factors: 

  • Total Number of Candidates: More candidates mean higher competition, requiring better scores for admission. 
  • Number of Seats Offered: Each college has limited seats, influencing the cutoff scores. Higher competition for fewer seats demands higher scores. 
  • Candidate's Category: Cutoff scores vary by category. General category students need higher scores, while reserved category students have lower cutoffs due to seat reservations. 
  • Overall Performance: Candidates' higher overall performance raises the cutoff scores. Exceptional performance is needed to make the merit list. 
  • Difficulty Level of Exam: A tough exam lowers the cutoff, while an easy or moderate exam raises it. 
  • Reservation Policy: Reservations are available only for candidates from Maharashtra, covering SC, ST, OBC, EWS, and notified tribes. About 50% of seats are reserved for these categories. 
  • College Preferences: Popular colleges set higher cutoffs due to more applicants. To secure admission to top law colleges in Maharashtra, candidates should aim to score above 125. 
  • These factors collectively determine the marks required for a good MH CET Law 2024 score. 

Read:- MH CET Law Counselling 

LegalEdge CLAT Result

LegalEdge CLAT Result

Previous year MH CET Law cut-offs on the basis of marks

2021: College-wise allotment list available on the MH CET website  

2022: College-wise cut-off list available on the MH CET website 

2023: As per the Data available on the internet 

2024: Expected percentile based on previous years’ data 

College Name 

2021-22  
(Scores)  

2022-23  
(Scores) 

2023-24  
(Scores) 

MS 

OMS 

MS  

OMS 

MS 

OMS 

GLC Mumbai  

117 

127 

106 

113 

105 

120 

ILS Pune 

115 

126 

102 

112 

97 

111 

SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai 

114 

124 

102 

111 

101 

109 

D.E.S. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune  

106 

119 

96 

108 

101 

114 

UMLA - University of Law Mumbai University 

108 

119 

96 

108 

94 

115 

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai  

109 

119 

96 

107 

95 

113 

University of Mumbai School of Law, Thane 

102 

118 

87 

104 

93 

111 

DY Patil Navi Mumbai 

96 

116 

88 

104 

92 

111 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

101 

117 

91 

103 

86 

100 

Adv. Balasaheb Apte Law College Mumbai 

106 

115 

95 

102 

84 

90 

Dr D Y Patil Unitech Society's Dr D Y Patil Law College Pimpri Pune  

88 

114 

83 

102 

89 

109 

New Law College, Ahmednagar 

69 

101 

72 

100 

83 

108 

Progressive Education Society Modern Law College, Pune 

95 

112 

86 

100 

86 

108 

A. B. M. S. Parishads Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

91 

113 

82 

99 

90 

107 

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Nagsenvan Aurangabad MS 

79 

110 

68 

99 

75 

106 

Bharatratna Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Law College,Bhiwandi  

76 

109 

74 

99 

76 

104 

RTMNU's Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur  

111 

111 

83 

98 

93 

103 

Singhad Law College, Pune 

90 

112 

79 

97 

82 

102 

Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai 

96 

99 

89 

96 

99 

105 

KES Shri. Jayantilal H. Patel Law College, Mumbai  

98 

109 

86 

95 

91 

100 

Balaji Law College, Pune 

78 

106 

73 

94 

87 

87 

St Wilfred College of Law, Mumbai 

37 

94 

41 

92 

47 

102 

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad  

73 

93 

75 

91 

80 

100 

KLE Society’s College of Law, Mumbai 

71 

96 

69 

91 

76 

100 

Lords Universal College of Law 

92 

95 

84 

91 

99 

104 

Check: MH CET top law colleges 

MHCET Law 2024 Expected CUT-OFF Based on Percentile

This analysis is done based on official data as published on the website; check the statistical data below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  

Seats 
 

Ranks  
 
 

OMS Seats 
 

 

OMS Closing Rank 

 

MH Seats  

MH Closing Rank  

OMS Cutoff  

MH Cutoff 

GLC Mumbai  

188 

188 

19 

19 

169 

169 

99.40% 

98.30% 

ILS Pune 

252 

440 

25 

44 

227 

396 

98.50% 

96.00% 

SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai 

96 

536 

19 

63 

77 

473 

97.90% 

95.30% 

D.E.S. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune  

208 

744 

35 

99 

173 

645 

96.70% 

93.50% 

UMLA - University of Mumbai Law Academy 

96 

840 

10 

108 

86 

732 

96.40% 

92.70% 

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai  

60 

900 

114 

54 

786 

96.20% 

92.10% 

University of Mumbai School of Law, Thane 

58 

958 

120 

52 

838 

96.00% 

91.60% 

DY Patil Navi Mumbai 

98 

1056 

10 

130 

88 

926 

95.70% 

90.70% 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune 

103 

1159 

10 

140 

93 

1019 

95.30% 

89.80% 

Adv. Balasaheb Apte Law College Mumbai 

103 

1262 

10 

150 

93 

1112 

95.00% 

88.90% 

Dr D Y Patil Unitech Society's Dr D Y Patil Law College Pimpri Pune 

103 

1365 

10 

161 

93 

1204 

94.60% 

88.00% 

New Law College, Ahmednagar  

110 

1475 

11 

172 

99 

1303 

94.30% 

87.00% 

Progressive Education Society Modern Law College,  
Pune  

155 

1630 

16 

187 

140 

1443 

93.80% 

85.60% 

Based on this analysis, you can expect admission to the following colleges. Please refer to the list below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024.

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  

Seats 

Expected OMS Cutoff 

(Percentile) 

Expected MH Cutoff

(Percentile) 

GLC Mumbai 

188 

99.40% 

98.30% 

ILS Pune 

252 

98.50% 

96.00% 

SVKM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai  

96 

97.90% 

95.30% 

D.E.S. Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune  

208 

96.70% 

93.50% 

UMLA - University of Mumbai Law Academy 

96 

96.40% 

92.70% 

Rizvi Law College, Mumbai  

60 

96.20% 

92.10% 

University of Mumbai School of Law, Thane 

58 

96.00% 

91.60% 

DY Patil Navi Mumbai 

98 

95.70% 

90.70% 

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

103 

95.30% 

89.80% 

Adv. Balasaheb Apte Law College Mumbai 

103 

95.00% 

88.90% 

Dr D Y Patil Unitech Society's Dr D Y Patil Law College Pimpri Pune  

103 

94.60% 

88.00% 

New Law College, Ahmednagar 

110 

94.30% 

87.00% 

Progressive Education Society Modern Law College, Pune 

155 

93.80% 

85.60% 

MHCET Law 2024 Expected Opening and Closing Ranks and Cut-Off 

This analysis is based on official website data. Check the statistical data below for more clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs. Percentile 2024.

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  
 

Seats 
 

Ranks  
 
 

OMS Seats 
 

 

OMS Closing Rank 

 

MH Seats  

MH Closing Rank  

OMS Cutoff  

MH Cutoff 

A. B. M. S. Parishads Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune 

241 

1871 

24 

211 

217 

1660 

93.00% 

83.40% 

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Nagsenvan, Aurangabad MS 

63 

1934 

218 

57 

1716 

92.70% 

82.80% 

Bharatratna Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Law College, Bhiwandi 

46 

1980 

222 

41 

1758 

92.60% 

82.40% 

RTMNU's Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur 

119 

2099 

12 

234 

107 

1865 

92.20% 

81.40% 

Singhad Law College, Pune 

102 

2201 

10 

244 

92 

1957 

91.90% 

80.40% 

Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai  

58 

2259 

250 

52 

2009 

91.70% 

79.90% 

KES Shri. Jayantilal H. Patel Law College, Mumbai 

91 

2350 

259 

82 

2091 

91.40% 

79.10% 

Balaji Law College, Pune 

100 

2450 

10 

269 

90 

2181 

91.00% 

78.20% 

St Wilfred College of Law, Mumbai 

77 

2527 

277 

69 

2250 

90.80% 

77.50% 

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad 

181 

2708 

18 

295 

163 

2413 

90.20% 

75.90% 

KLE Society’s College of Law, Mumbai 

35 

2743 

298 

32 

2445 

90.10% 

75.60% 

Lords Universal College of Law  
 

39 

2782 

302 

35 

2480 

89.90% 

75.20% 

Check: MH CET Law Syllabus 

MH CET Law Colleges in Maharashtra with less than 95 Percentile 

Based on this analysis, you can expect to get admission into these colleges; check the list below for your reference and to attain clarity on MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024 

College Name  
(Based on 2021-22 Final Merit List)  

Seats 

Expected OMS Cutoff 

(Percentile) 

Expected MH Cutoff

(Percentile) 

A. B. M. S. Parishads Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune  

241 

93.00% 

83.40% 

Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Nagsenvan, Aurangabad MS 

63 

92.70% 

82.80% 

Bharatratna Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Law College, Bhiwandi  

46 

92.60% 

82.40% 

RTMNU's Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur 

119 

92.20% 

81.40% 

Singhad Law College, Pune 

102 

91.90% 

80.40% 

Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law, Mumbai  

58 

91.70% 

79.90% 

KES Shri. Jayantilal H. Patel Law College, Mumbai 

91 

91.40% 

79.10% 

Balaji Law College, Pune 

100 

91.00% 

78.20% 

St Wilfred College of Law, Mumbai  

77 

90.80% 

77.50% 

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad  

181 

90.20% 

75.90% 

KLE Society’s College of Law, Mumbai 

35 

90.10% 

75.60% 

Lords Universal College of Law 

39 

89.90% 

75.20% 

*Note: This prediction utilizes cut-off data from the past three years. This information is not definitive and should not be the sole basis for your decision. Explore all available options before making a final choice.

Also read: How to prepare for MH CET Law 

Conclusion:

Understanding what constitutes a good score in the MH CET Law Marks vs Percentile 2024 is crucial to securing admission to top law colleges in Maharashtra.

Factors such as the number of candidates, available seats, category-based cutoffs, overall performance, exam difficulty, and reservation policies significantly determine the required score.

By considering these factors and aiming for a high score, you can enhance your chances of getting admission into your desired colleges.

With this knowledge, you can better strategize your preparation and set realistic goals to achieve the desired outcomes in the MH CET Law 2024 exam. 

All the best!! 

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