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How to score well in Law (MHCET)
Passing the Common Entrance Test conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education of Maharashtra, which is followed by securing admission in a three and five year Law Programmes commissioned in various colleges from Maharashtra. Despite its wide acclamation among students, many fail in the introductory exam due to the following reasons.
- Having no background of solving Analytical questions results in blank stares, while making attempts to draw relations between the objects/subjects that are presented in the question, using the various prescribed methodologies that determine the final answer. This section is another pitfall that affects the score of a student.
- Absence of knowledge that goes behind the implementation of solving Logical questions, is a major reason for loss of marks. Many novices make the mistake of simply mucking up, and not understanding the prescribed logic behind correcting arguments, recognizing patterns or sequences and making conclusions that are concurrent to the questions. All these factors make this section of the paper the hardest resulting in a loss of marks.
- English though spoken generally can be tricky for many when it comes to identifying a deliberately error made statement, or converting passive voice into active voice. Simple questions like filling in blanks with correct adjectives or nouns can be grueling for many. Further questions like paragraphs of comprehension can cost the student a lot of time, and affect his overall time management.
- Mathematics plagues most students who appear the exam with a weaker hand in it or having no clear knowledge of basic concepts. Not knowing simple formulas to calculate areas, profit and loss or permutations will only lead to further loss of marks.
- For those not aware of current news or ongoing topics that are frequent in newspapers or other informative platforms, this section will be completely unsolvable. Not being vigilant, lacking daily reading habits about newly updated laws, new rules, current political status will develop in-confidence while attempting this section.
Many Law MHCET classes in andheri give students an opportunity to appear for mock tests in their respective branches, and opportunity which many will benefit from.
Why Assets Tutorial for Law (MHCET)
Our Law (MHCET) Batches consists of only 30 Students; this helps the faculty to give personal attention to each student in the class.
Conceptual clarity is a must for students to be able to solve any type of problems or case studies. All our faculties believe & practice conceptual teaching.
This is one area where many fail; however, we take this very seriously since, this can make or break the student’s study rhythms. Timely completion gives sufficient time for revisions.
We are very serious about our study material; thus, we ensure it is designed by experts & reviewed every year to give the students the best possible quality.
Unlike some, we do not leave the revisions to students. We include specially designed intensive coaching and refresher course which covers the entire syllabus. This exponentially helps students in their preparations.
We not only conduct regular chapter wise & short surprise tests but also full lenght prelim exams. This makes our students well prepared before the exams.
Though the students are given regular feedbacks; we also conduct open-house to update the parents about their child’s performance. This helps them monitor their child’s progress.
We will regularly conduct valuable counselling sessions with professionals and board moderators, to give the students an insight into the speed, accuracy, approach, sequel of order, overcoming exam fear, and developing the correct attitude.
Apart from world-class coaching and mentoring we at Assets also provide a reading room, library of reference books, CD-ROMs, sports and literary competitions and educational outings.
Your Law (MHCET) Mentors
Bharat Bohra -Super Specialist in Accounts, Economics & Costing. 20+ Years of teaching experience.
Rahul Agarwal – Expert in Maths & Statistics; 15+ Years of teaching experience
Amit Bohra – Expert in Law & Micro Economics; 6+ Years of teaching experience
Lajpat Vyas – Expert in Financial Management, Taxation & Indirect Tax. 6+ Years of teaching experience.
Law (MHCET) Syllabus
This subject will test candidate interest towards study of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions will be framed with the help of legal proposition and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be true in real sense candidates will have to assume truth of these propositions and answer the questions drawing well supported conclusions.
a). Logical Reasoning
This subject is to test the candidates ability to identify patterns, logical link and rectify in logical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, completing arguments, drawing well supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules.
b). Analytical Reasoning
This subject is to measure the ability to understand the structure of relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures. It includes reasoning deductively from a set of statements and rules or principles that describe the relationship among persons things or events.
The mathematics questions will be set from 10th and 12th level of various topic including profit and loss speed and distance time and work algebra averages permutation and combination Venn diagrams.
The test includes topic such as history, geography, general science, economics, civics and current affairs of the past one-two year. This subject is to assess the knowledge of the recent happening and Awareness of the world.
Vocabulary (synonyms antonyms and analogies etc.) proficiency ( idioms and phrases , one word substitution, sentence improvement and rearrangement , fill in the blanks etc.) English usages error (common errors spotting errors inappropriate usages of words spelling mistakes etc.), English comprehension with minimum 2 passages followed by 5 to 10 questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.