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Maharashtra CET Law Entrance Exam Practice Questions

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MhCET Law MCQs:

This Law LLB sample paper consists 40 questions from General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, English, Mathematics (Quantitative Aptitude), Logical and Analytical Reasoning ability.
Below are online sample questions practice test containing from all 5 sections.

MH CET Law Sample Paper

Question 1
An interpretation of the Constitution of India is based on the spirit of

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A
Fundamental Duties
B
Preamble
C
Fundamental Rights
D
Federal System
Question 2
Which article is referred to as ‘the jewel of the Constitution’

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A
Article 352
B
Article 32
C
Article 123
D
Article 31
Question 3
(4 x 4 x 4 + 3 x 3 x 3) / 13 =
A
7
B
3
C
2
D
4
Question 4
What is an anagram?
A
A technique for constructing holograms
B
A telegraph transmitted via analogous mode
C
The result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase
D
A geometrical shape with 'n' number of sides
Question 5
Cell wall in plants is composed of:
A
Cellulose
B
Lignin
C
Cytokinin
D
Cambium
Question 6
What is the meaning of the phrase 'ubi jus ibi remedium'?
A
Complete justice requires speedy remedy
B
Justice for all is the remedy of social evils
C
Justice must not only be done but seem to be done
D
Where there is a right, there is a remedy
Question 7
Theft of another person’s writings or ideas and passing them off as one’s own—
A
Piracy
B
Pilferage
C
Burglary
D
Plagiarism
Question 8
‘Bar’ is a unit of:
A
Alcohol content
B
Depth
C
Pressure
D
Humidity
Question 9
The chemicals used in tear gas are known as:
A
Lachrymatory agents
B
Nerve agents
C
Nitrous oxide
D
Mustard gas
Question 10
Two Hindus who are Sapindas of each other get married under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. The marriage is -
A
irregular
B
voidable
C
void
D
valid
Question 11
The Constituent Assembly was set according to the proposals of
A
Rajagopalachari Plan
B
Mountbatten Plan
C
The Cabinet Mission
D
The Cripps Mission
Question 12
Where is the world’s highest waterfall located?
A
Venezuela
B
Canada
C
Sri Lanka
D
Argentina
Question 13
On selling an article for Rs. 270 there is a gain of 12.5%. What is its cost price?
A
Rs. 210
B
Rs. 220
C
Rs. 250
D
Rs. 240
Question 14
Which Article of the Constitution of India deals with the Fundamental Duties?
A
Article 51 A
B
Article 51
C
Article 50
D
Article 32
Question 15
The Fundamental Duties in the Constitution of India were adopted from
A
Russian Constitution
B
American Constitution
C
French Constitution
D
Canadian Constitution
Question 16
Treatment of Dengue fever may require:
A
Administration of propanolol
B
Antibiotics
C
Platelet transfusion
D
All of the above
Question 17
What will be simple interest on Rs 600 at the rate 3 ½ % per annum for 4 year
A
Rs 87
B
Rs 80
C
Rs 84
D
Rs 90
Question 18
Thimpu is the capital of

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A
Thailand
B
Myanmar
C
Bhutan
D
Nepal
Question 19
Choose the word having a meaning opposite of “erudite”.
A
Scholarly
B
Filthy
C
Calm
D
Ignorant
Question 20
Choose the word having the same meaning as “obsequious”.

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A
Rude
B
Subservient
C
Observant
D
Obscene
Question 21
On the eve of Diwali festival, a group of 12 friends greeted every other friend by sending greeting cards. Find the number of cards purchased by the group.
A
72
B
132
C
144
D
156
Question 22
You purchased a mobile phone handset which stopped working in its guarantee period. The mobile handset manufacturer is refusing to repair or replace the same. What would you do to get justice quickly?
A
Approach the consumer disputes redressal forum
B
File a writ petition before the Delhi High Court
C
Approach the civil court with a suit for declaration
D
Make a complaint of cheating before the local police station
Question 23
Point out the incorrect pair -
A
Article 256 - Power of Union to issue directions
B
Article 137 - Supreme Court’s power of review
C
Article 323A - Constitutional protection to civil servants
D
Article 217(c) - Requirement of consultation with Chief Justice of India
Question 24
banal’ is most opposite to
A
trustworthy
B
extraordinary
C
sincere
D
wealthy
Question 25
If – means ÷, ÷ means –, + means x and x means +, then— 12 – 4 x 7 + 8 ÷ 5 = ?
A
34
B
None of these
C
45
D
51
Question 26
Polio virus is primarily transmitted via:

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A
Contaminated food and water
B
Mother to foetus
C
Contaminated air
D
Mosquito bite
Question 27
'wanton' is most opposite to
A
brilliant
B
repast
C
vicious
D
merciful
Question 28
Which statement is incorrect?
A
A law creating state monopoly is presumed to be reasonable
B
Monopoly in any trade or business cannot be created by an administrative order
C
A monopoly legislation cannot be held to be violation of freedom of trade under Article 301
D
A law creating state monopoly is presumed to be in public interest
Question 29
Two pipes can fill a tank in 10 minutes and 30 minutes respectively and a third pipe can empty the full tank in 20 minutes. If all the three pipes are opened simultaneously, the tank will be
A
8 minutes
B
None of these
C
7 minutes
D
10 minutes
Question 30
The vermiform appendix in humans is an example of:

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A
Cognitive Behavioral Organ
B
Vestigial Organ
C
Reflex action mechanism
D
Digestive System organ
Question 31
The synonym of the word ‘sparked’ is
A
flickered
B
provoked
C
flashed
D
enlivened
Question 32
Which provisions of the Constitution of India are applicable to both the High Courts and the Supreme Court?
A
those relating to salary of judges
B
those relating to right to practice
C
those relating to removal of judges
D
those relating to appointment of judges
Question 33
The Great Fire of Rome is associated with:
A
Maximus Quintus
B
Lucius Domitius
C
Pliny the Elder
D
Tacitus
Question 34
Find the wrong number in the series. 7, 28, 63, 124, 215, 342

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A
342
B
124
C
63
D
28
Question 35
The first metal used by man was:
A
Bronze
B
Aluminium
C
Copper
D
Iron
Question 36
Cognition refers to:
A
An inclination towards seeking recognition
B
The ability to recognize
C
The faculty of perception
D
The reflex to a condition
Question 37
In India Right to Property is a
A
Personal Right
B
Legal Right
C
Moral Right
D
Fundamental Right
Question 38
If A’s income is 25% less than B’s ,by what % is B’s income greater than that of A ?

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A
25%
B
35%
C
None of these
D
30%
Question 39
Which number is wrong in the given series? 1, 9, 25, 50, 81
A
50
B
81
C
1
D
25
Question 40
Find the correctly spelt word
A
Embaras
B
Embarass
C
Embarras
D
Embarrass
Question 41
Which of the following substance is an anticoagulant?
A
Thrombin
B
Heparin
C
Fibrin
D
Tannin
Question 42
Which of the following is not a wireless data transfer technology?
A
MP4
B
GPRS
C
Bluetooth
D
EDGE
Question 43
Which provision of the Constitution of India contains special provisions with respect to Delhi?
A
Article 3
B
Article 239AA
C
Article 239
D
Article 246
Question 44
How many such letter-pairs are there in the word PERFUMERY having same no. of letters left between them as they have in the series?
A
5
B
4
C
1
D
3
Question 45
Which British doctrine is considered as one of the reasons leading to the First War of Independence, also known as the Sepoy Mutiny?
A
Doctrine of Frustration of Purpose
B
Doctrine of Lapse
C
Doctrine of Incompetence
D
Doctrine of Contributory Negligence
Question 46
Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the given Idiom/Phrase "He and his friend are sailing in the same boat."
A
Sailing together in the same boat
B
Being in the same difficult situation
C
Getting rid of the difficult situation
D
Sharing the financial and social condition
Question 47
Human saliva contains enzymes necessary for breakdown of:
A
Vitamins
B
Cellulose
C
Starch
D
Proteins
Question 48
The angles of a triangle are in the ratio 1: 2: 3. The greatest angle will be
A
75°
B
60°
C
30°
D
90°
Question 49
25 men can complete a work in 8 days. 15 women can complete the same piece of work in 20 days and 9 children can complete it in 40 days. In how many days can one man, one woman and one child together complete the same piece of work?
A
60 days
B
75 days
C
90 days
D
96 days
Question 50
(999)2 – (998)2 =?
A
1992
B
1995
C
1997
D
1998
There are 50 questions to complete.
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