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MH CET Law Entrance Exam 2022 Details

The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Legal (MH CET Law) is a state-level exam administered by the Maharashtra Directorate of Higher Education for admissions to law degrees provided in Maharashtra’s law colleges. Law students are shortlisted for admission to moreover 10,000 places in five-year LLB programs offered at 120 law schools through the entrance exam. Candidates are also shortlisted for admission to three-year LLB programs provided by Maharashtra’s several law schools.

Applicants who desire to enroll in various Undergraduate (UG) courses in the field of law offered by various schools can apply for the MH CET LAW 2022 admission procedure. The official authorities will grant admission to worthy applicants in three-year LLB or five-year LLB courses in various law colleges under the Maharashtra Government through the admission process.

MH CET Law 2022 - Exam Overview

Applicants can visit the below-given article for more information about the MH CET LAW 2022 admission process, as it contains all the details such as important events and tentative dates, application form and application fee, eligibility criteria, admit card, exam pattern, exam syllabus, results, merit list, counseling session, and more.

Particulars Description
Examination Maharashtra Common Entrance Test(MH CET)
Conducting Authority Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra
Exam level State-level,Undergraduate entrance test
Programs 5-year LLB
3-year LLB
Participating institutes Law colleges in Maharashtra(MH CET Law 2020 scores will also be accepted in many other govt &private law colleges in Maharashtra)
Seats offered 3-year LLB - More than 15000 seats
5-year LLB - Around 10,000 seats
Exam mode and type Online(Objective)
Form Fees General Category- INR 800
Reserved category - Rs. 500

MH CET 2022 Important Dates

For the reference of the applicants, in this section, we have mentioned the details about the MH CET LAW 2022 Important events and tentative dates regarding the admission process.

Events For 5 Year LLB For 3 years LLB
Starting of application form 4th week of January 2022 3rd week of February 2022
Last date to submit application 3rd week of March 2022 4th week of April 2022
Correction facility 3rd week of March 2022 4th week of April 2022
Availability of admit card 2nd week of April 2022 2nd week of May 2022
Exam date 4th week of April 2022 1st week of June 2022
Announcement of result 3rd week of May 2022 3rd week of June 2022
Starting of counselling 4th week of July 2022 3rd week of July 2022



The paper pattern gives the candidate a very clear idea of all the aspects of the exam such as duration of the exam, number of questions, marking scheme, and all other information related to both the 3-Year and 5-Year program 

Subject Number of questions Marks
Legal aptitude and legal reasoning 40 40
Current Affairs and General Knowledge 30 30
Logical and analytical reasoning 40 40
Maths 10 10
English 30 30
Total 150 150
Subject Number of questions Marks
Legal aptitude and legal reasoning 30 30
General knowledge with current affairs 40 40
Logical and analytical reasoning 30 30
English 50 50
Total 150 150

MH CET 2022 Syllabus

The syllabus contains the subjects for both courses such as Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning, General Knowledge with Current Affairs, Logical and Analytical Reasoning and English.

Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning

It assesses the candidate’s understanding of the law, legal acumen, and problem-solving skills. The legal prepositions and a collection of facts to which the specified prepositions must be applied will be used to create questions.

General Knowledge with Current Affairs

History (ancient, medieval, and modern), geography, general science, economics, civics, and current events from the previous year are all covered in this section. The goal is to assess the candidate’s knowledge of current events and global awareness.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

The goal is to see if the candidate can spot patterns, make logical connections, and correct erroneous arguments. Wide analogies, finishing arguments, reaching well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, and applying principles or norms are all examples of this. In addition, the subject is intended to assess the capacity to comprehend structure, relationships, and form logical conclusions regarding structures. It entails deductive reasoning from a set of statements and rules or principles that define the relationship between people, things, or events.


This section contains questions from topics such as vocabulary (synonyms, antonyms, analogies, and so on), proficiency, and so on (Idioms and Phrases, One word Substitution, Sentence Improvement and rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc) English Usage Errors (Common Errors, Spotting Errors, Inappropriate Word Usage, Spelling Mistakes, and so forth) and English Comprehension

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

This portion is designed to assess the candidate’s interest in mathematics, which includes numerical skills in general.

Mathematical questions will be asked starting in the 10th grade. It will cover a variety of topics such as profit and loss, speed and distance, time and work, algebra, average, and Venn diagram, among others.

Students can check the MH CET Law 2022 Syllabus online on the website. Before beginning their preparation, students must read the entire curriculum. The topics covered in the syllabus will be from various topics – Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning, General Knowledge with Current Affairs, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, English & Mathematical Aptitude.

Subjects Topics
Legal aptitude and legal reasoning Legal Aptitude,Prepositions,Conclusion based questions,Study of Judicial and Legislative Law,etc.
Current Affairs and General Knowledge Current Affairs of at least the past year
Geography up to 12th Standard
History and Civics(Modern history,freedom struggle,etc.)
Global economic conditions
General Science,General Awareness of the world
Important global events,sports,awards
Logical and analytical reasoning Understanding Patterns, Logical links
Drawing well-supported conclusions,Completing Arguments
Series, Blood relations,Puzzles
Reasoning by Analogies
English Vocabulary
Synonyms & Antonyms
Idioms and Phrases
Errors(Spelling mistakes,spotting error,inappropriate usage of words)
Mathematical Aptitude(Only for 5-Year LLB Course) Profit and Loss
Speed and Distance
Time and Work
Venn Diagram etc.

MH CET 2022 Application Form

Items Size
Photograph 20KB to 50 KB
Signature 10KB to 20 KB
Category Fees
General Rs. 800
OBC Rs. 400
SC Rs. 400
ST Rs. 400

MH CET 2022 Admit Card


MH CET 2022 Counselling

CAP Round I CAP Round II CAP Round III
Candidates are allocated the seats according to their Candidature type(Maharashtra State and Other than Maharashtra State),marks obtained,ranking,and the preferences filled in the Options form The freshly registered candidates from NRI/OCI/PIO/FNS category are allotted the seats in this round Applicants filling fresh option form of preferences as well as who edit their preferences in the form are allocated the seats in this round
The candidate is required to fill the preferences in the form and accept the colleges according to the allocation of the seats in the first round Applicants from the first round who want a better seat allocation and exercised the Float option are eligible to participate in this round
If the candidate wants to enter the college allotted to him/her they have click on the freeze option and report to the Admission Reporting Centre(ARC) first and get the documents verified. After that,the candidate has to report to the college and pay the fees to confirm the seat Candidates who accepted the seats by reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre(ARC) but did not freeze the seat can participate in this round for a better alternative. But these candidates would not be allowed to participate in the subsequent rounds of the process
If the candidate froze a seat and all the procedure is done then the candidate is not allowed to apply for the next rounds
Candidates who are allocated a seat in the first round but want to wait for a better alternative can exercise the Float option to become eligible for the next round
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