AILET is a national level law entrance test conducted by NLU Delhi to gain admission into UG and PG Law courses like B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. and Ph. D. professional courses. It is a wonderful opportunity for anyone interested in becoming a legal professional practicing in India.
The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by the National Law University, Delhi (NLU) to gain admission into UG and PG level law courses. It is a popular law exam taken by several law aspirants. All Law aspirants appearing for AILET should know about the eligibility criteria, application form, paper pattern, result, counseling schedule and important dates for AILET. Get all the details in this post.
|BA LLB Hons||80 (70 seats + 10 seats for Foreign nationals)|
|LLM||35+5 seats for foreign nationals|
The AILET 2018 exam was conducted on May 7th 2018. The AILET 2019 exam dates are yet to be released.
|Gen/OBC and all others||Rs. 3050|
|BPL SC/ST/PWD||No Fee|
All India Entrance Test for AILET 2018 comprises of one Paper based test comprising of Objective type questions.
Exam Pattern : The exam pattern of AILET 2018 consists of five sections – English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning, and Elementary Mathematics. The exam is conducted in the off line mode and has 150 questions to be answered in a duration of 90 minutes.
|B||General Knowledge(Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics)||35||35|
English comprehension passages and grammar. Candidates will be tested on their understanding of the given English passage. They have to understand the central theme of the passage, meaning of the words, make correct use of grammar, fill up the blanks and use appropriate words wherever necessary.General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
General awareness and static general knowledge, national and international current affairs, People in courts, Famous people in law, countries, capitals and currencies.Mathematics:
The Mathematics section tests your knowledge of Class 10 maths that is taught at school level. You need not fret about this subject as it is elementary level mathematics, much of what is taught at school.Legal Aptitude:
It tests your ability to understand law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions may also include legal propositions and facts. Candidates have to answer the questions based on propositions and facts that they have drawn from the questions.Logical Reasoning:
The logical reasoning section tests the ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. Syllabus includes syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc. However, visual reasoning will not be tested.