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AIBE XVII Exam Analysis 2023 (LIVE)

Author : Tanya Kaushal

Updated On : February 6, 2023


Reader’s Digest - With AIBE XVII Exam Analysis 2023, get ahead of the crowd and gain insights on the exam analysis, good attempts, and overall difficulty level of AIBE. 

The All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XVII is a national-level examination conducted by the Bar Council of India (BCI) to test the knowledge and abilities of lawyers regarding the legal profession. 

This year, the AIBE XVII exam was conducted on the 5th of February, 2023, and was a great success.

The All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XVII Exam Analysis 2023 is a comprehensive analysis of the AIBE XVII Exam. It tells the following things to candidates:

  • Overall difficulty level of paper
  • Number of good attempts
  • AIBE Cut-Offf (Expected)

The experts suggest that the paper was quite easy. Almost the majority of the students (approximately 90%) attempted at least 60 questions without referring to the Bare Acts. 

AIBE XVII Exam Analysis 2023 - Overview

Below is a detailed give the following analysis of the AIBE by our law experts from LegalEdge and AIBE test-givers:

  • The overall difficulty level was quite low, but it was expected to be a high difficulty level.
  • About 50 questions could be directly answered by referring to the Bare Acts.
  • Stars align in favour of those students who had all the major Bare Acts. They can score 80 marks easily. 
  • Some test-givers suggested raising the difficulty level of the exam.
  • Most questions were asked from CrPc, CPC, Arbitration, IPC, Indian Evidence Act, and Torts.
  • From the IT Act, only questions based on Jurisdiction were asked.
  • The exam was much easier than expected. 
  • Some of the questions were based on Justice Bhagwati's PIL cases.

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AIBE XVII Exam Analysis 2023 - Good Attempts

It looks like the AIBE XVII Exam Analysis for 2023 is going to be something to remember! While the AIBE Results 2023 aren't out yet, we can only speculate about who will be crowned champion. But one thing is sure; the competition was as easy as child's play!

See the number of good attempts below:

  • On average, most students answered 65 questions easily.
  • About 80 questions could be answered by using the Bare Acts.

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Some candidates carried a trolley of Bare Acts!

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Detailed AIBE XVII Exam Analysis 2023 

Refer to the table given below to know the detailed analysis of AIBE 2023:

Topics (or subjects) Total Number of Questions Asked
Administrative Law 3
Alternative Dispute Redressal, including Arbitration Act 4
Code of Civil Procedure 10
Company Law 2
Constitutional Law 10
Criminal Procedure Code 11
Cyber Law 2
Environmental Law 2
Evidence Act 8
Family Law 8
Indian Penal Code 8
Intellectual Property Laws 2
Labour and Industrial Laws 4
Land Acquisition Act 2
Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act 8
Law of Tort, including the Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law 4
Law related to Taxation 4
Professional Ethics and Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules 4
Public Interest Litigation 4
Total Questions 100

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AIBE Expected Cut-off Marks

  • With the AIBE XVII Exam 2023 conducted successfully, there is a lot of speculation regarding the expected cut-off for the exam. 
  • While there is no definitive answer to this question, the cut-off is likely higher than in previous years, as the exam was easy.
  • There will be a slight drop in the final cut-off if wrong questions or answers are verified during the answer key objection window.
  • In order to get an idea of the expected cut-off for the AIBE XVII Exam 2023, it is important to consider the performance of previous years’ cut-off marks. 
  • For the AIBE XVI Exam, the cut-off was set at 40%. This was significantly higher than the cut-off of 33.5% set for the AIBE XV Exam 2019. 
  • This suggests that the AIBE XVII Exam is likely to have a higher cut-off than the AIBE XVI Exam.

Refer to the AIBE expected cut-off from the table below:

Category  Expected Cut-off Marks (Out of 100)
General/OBC 40 

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Overall, the AIBE XVII Exam Analysis 2023 has been a great success, and the results will be out soon. The success rate of the exam is expected to be quite high. 

Frequently Asked Questions

AIBE XVII Exam was of easy level. 
For the General & OBC categories, the expected cut-off score is 40. Whereas, for the SC, ST, & PWD categories, the expected cut-off score 30 marks.  
11 questions were asked from the Criminal Procedure Code.
8 questions were asked from the Evidence Act in AIBE XVII Exam 2023
10 questions from Constitutional Law were asked in AIBE XVII Exam.


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