AILET 2020 – All India Law Entrance Test Structure and Syllabus
AILET – All India Law Entrance Test is conducted for admission to the National LAW University, Delhi
exclusively. Students who crack AILET are eligible to pursue B.A. L.L.B (Hons) Degree Program on a merit base. There are 80 seats in B.A. L.L.B course.
- Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2 System) or equivalent Examination with not less than 50% of marks in the aggregate
- Candidate should be below 20 years (22 years in the case of SC/ST candidates) as on 1st of July of the year of the exam.
- Candidates who have appeared in Class 12th exam in May or April same year may also apply. However, such candidates are requested to carry requisite documents to prove they have passed with required marks.
AILET 2020 Exam date: First Sunday of May 2020 AILET Syllabus
The exam shall be conducted in offline mode where the paper will have 150 questions of objective (Multiple-Choice Questions) nature.
Subject-wise syllabus of the law admission test of NLU –Delhi
AILET English: The English section will consist of 35 questions from comprehension passages, synonyms, antonyms, choosing correct words, idioms, phrases, jumbled words or sentences, fill in the blanks, etc. The unseen passages will be followed by questions related to the passage. The English section is meant to test language skills and vocabulary of candidates.
AILET General Knowledge: The 35 questions of General Knowledge will cover topics like History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics and Current Affairs of the past one year. This section will assess your knowledge of the recent events in the world.
AILET Basic Mathematics: This section will have 10 questions to test the numerical ability. The Mathematics questions will be set from 10th and 12th level, of various topics including Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Algebra, Average, Permutation and Combination and Venn Diagrams.
AILET Legal Aptitude: The section will test your interest in law, research aptitude, and problem-solving ability. 35 questions will be framed on legal propositions and set of facts satisfying the propositions. The propositions may not be true in a real sense but you will have to assume the true proposition based on the set of facts and answer them accordingly.
AILET Reasoning: There shall be 35 questions testing your logical and analytical reasoning skills. You will find questions with passages and the reasoning questions will be framed on the information given in the passages.
AILET Exam Pattern
- Total Marks: 150
- Total number of questions: 150
- Duration of the Examination: 1 hour 30 minutes
|General Knowledge (Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics)||35 marks|
|Legal Aptitude||35 marks|
|Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)||10 marks|
Explore these above worthy options with proper guidance from a coaching institute like OPUS to ensure that you are able to perform well in these tests. These alternatives to CLAT are likely to take you to your destination – of joining a good law college in India. Whether you make it to AILET, SET or LSAT-India, rest assured that OPUS has given you the right guidance and shown the right direction to build a career in law. Genuine well-wishers who take interest in your career-building are rare to come across. OPUS is one such mentor who provides you with the right information and tells you to pick up the right moves in order to make wise career decisions. There is still time left to wake up. Instead of brooding over the result of the CLAT, get up and try your luck in these exams as well!
All the best.
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