MH CET Law Syllabus 2020 (Released), Section & Subject Wise Syllabus – Check Here

The MH CET Law 2020 program has now been launched. The MH CET Law 2020 program is different from the 3- and 5-year LLB programs. The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test is organized under the direction of the Commonwealth Entrance Test. The exam was first launched in 2016 and has now become popular with applicants seeking a legal profession. High-level applicants opt for the three-year LL.B and five-year LL.B courses.

Bypassing this entrance exam, there will be no unemployment. Government and private law colleges were created to assess the level of interpretation and skills of students while providing them with a brilliant and glorious career. In this article, applicants can check in detail the full eligibility criteria of the MH CET 2020 law.

To be admitted, you will need to have a 10 + 2 completion certificate from the Maharashtra State Council for Secondary and Higher Education with scores reaching 45% on the exam.

MH CET Law 2020 Syllabus – Released

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MH CET Law 2020 Syllabus

The exam will be divided into five sections, including Legal Competence and Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Analytical and Logical Reasoning, and Current Affairs. The negative score is not included in the questionnaire.

You will have two hours to complete the exam. Notes will be distributed according to section. Students must complete the exam within the allotted time. The exam includes English and Marathi language.

Syllabus for 3/5 Year LL.B Course

The topics are up to you. The means through which the exam will be conducted is online. There will be questions of various types so that the candidates are informed that they should prepare using the program and not skip a single question in the exam as mentioned above, there is no negative grade in the exam.

It is essential to review the works resolved from last year for better and effective preparation. Without knowing the topics, it is impossible to prepare for the MH CET 2020 exam. The syllabus includes topics, so read each topic. If you are familiar with the program, passing the exam with good marks is a cup of tea.

As mentioned above, the questions in the MH CET 2020 law for the 3 and 5-year integrated law programs will be quite similar. To properly prepare for the test, candidates should ensure that they are familiar with the content of the MH CET 2020 law program. For more information on the MH CET 2020 law program, see the points below

Legal Aptitude:

This section will contain questions that will challenge the candidate’s interest in law study, legal competence, and problem-solving skills. From a set of facts and legal prepositions, questions will be formulated. Candidates must answer questions keeping in mind the prepositions provided with solid conclusions.

General Knowledge of Current Affairs:

To prepare for this section, applicants must know history (ancient, medieval, and modern), geography, civic economics, etc. Also, applicants should follow the newspapers regularly to keep abreast of the latest developments.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning:

The questions in this section will test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical connections, and correct illogical arguments. Questions will include broad analogies, competing arguments, drawing well-founded conclusions, applying rules, and reasoning by analogy.


In this section, questions will be based on topics such as synonyms, antonyms, analogies, idioms and sentences, word substitution, sentence enhancement, and reordering, fill in the blanks, common mistakes, misspellings, misuse of words, misspellings, etc.

Mathematical Aptitude:

The questions here will question the numerical ability of the candidates. To prepare for this section, applicants can go through level 10 maths questions such as speed and distance, Venn diagram, profit and loss, time and work, algebra, average, etc.

Mathematical Aptitude (for 5 years LL.B only):

This section is prepared to assess the candidate’s interest in mathematics, which would largely include the numerical ability. Mathematical questions will be asked from the 10th standard. It will contain various topics such as profit and loss, speed and distance, time and work, algebra, average, Venn diagram, etc.

Section Name No. Of Questions Marks per Questions Total Mark
Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning 40 1 40
General Knowledge of current affairs 30 1 30
Logical and Analytical Reasoning 40 1 40
English 30 1 30
Basic Mathematics 10 1 10
Total 150 1 150

3Ys LLB Course Syllabus & Marking Scheme

Sections  No. Of Questions Marks per Questions Total Marks
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning 30 1 30
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 40 1 40
Logical and Analytical Reasoning 30 1 30
English 50 1 50
Total 150 150