MH CET Law Syllabus – Subjects :
The candidates who wish to appear in MH CET Law 2018 can get here complete details on the subjects on which the law aspirants will be tested on. The syllabus of MH CET Law 2018 for five-year integrated law programme and three-year law programme is almost same except that mathematical aptitude is not included in the five-year integrated programme. Check here a detailed explanation of the subjects.
Mathematical Aptitude :
This section will be related to class 10th mathematics including time and work, algebra, numerical ability, average, Venn diagram, profit and loss and speed distance. The main aim of including this section is to test the law aspirants interest towards mathematics.
Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning :
This section will include questions related to legal aptitude concerning the problem-solving aptitude of the candidates. The questions will be set on the basis of legal propositions and mention facts to which the propositions need to be applied by the examinees. Some propositions may not be true in the real sense and candidates need to assume fact of these propositions (propositional truth) and answer the questions drawing well-supported conclusions.
Logical and Analytical Reasoning :
This section will examine the candidate’s ability of logical links, rectify illogical arguments and identify patterns. The subject will include completing arguments, drawing well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogies, applying principles, and rules and wide analogies. It includes reasoning from a set of statements and rules and principles that describes the relationship among persons, things or events.
General Knowledge with Current Affairs :
This section will consist of the topics such as Geography, General science, civics, economics, History (Ancient, Medieval and Modern). The main aim of this section is to examine the candidate’s knowledge of the latest happenings taking place in the world.
This section will consist of the many areas including English usage errors (common errors, spotting errors in sentence, inappropriate usage of words, spelling mistakes etc.), improvement and rearrangement of sentences, English comprehension and passages and Proficiency (idioms and phrases, one word substitution, improvement and rearrangement of sentences, fill in the blanks etc.).