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AILET PG Exam Analysis 2023

Author : Palak Khanna

June 30, 2022

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NLU Delhi successfully concluded the All India Law Entrance Test - 2022 for admission to LLM program on 26, June from 10 am-11.30 am. 

The AILET Exam for UG, PG, and Ph.D. programs was conducted at the same time. We hope that you were able to give your best in the AILET PG Examination and wish you good luck with your results. 

Below are the AILET LLM Exam Analysis key points received by candidates who took the AILET PG Examination.

  • The overall difficulty level of the exam was relatively moderate. 
  • Compared to the previous year, the cut-off is expected to be high as the paper wasn't really difficult. However, students have given feedback that the paper was quite lengthy. 

Several students have been waiting for the AILET Exam Analysis for LLM, which is discussed by our subject matter expert Neelam at LegalEdge in this article.

Download Free Study Material For AILET Exam by LegalEdge

AILET Exam Analysis 2022 for LLM (Overall)

  • Our experts from LegalEdge have provided the section-wise AILET LLM Exam Analysis based on feedback received from the students who appeared for the exam.
  • This year the university changed the exam pattern for the AILET PG Exam. The new paper pattern for the LLM programs will have two sections: Section A and Section B. 
  • All India Law Entrance Test had a total of 102 (100 MCQ, 2 descriptive), the paper was conducted for 150 marks for a period of 90 minutes. The overall difficulty of the question paper was moderate and a bit easier compared to the last years, but the main challenge was time management.
  • With three distinct parts in 2 sections, if you had managed 30 minutes for each and attempted all the sections, you will be in a good position.
  • Since the questions were relatively easier, the main difference in rank and overall marks will depend on how many questions you were able to attempt. 
  • The average score of 110 out of 150 can be expected as a good score in the exam
  • The expected cut-off will be relatively higher compared to the last two years since the questions were moderately easy as well. An average of 70 marks in section A and 40 in Section can be considered a good score to enter the cut-off range.
  • Section B will have eight to ten descriptive questions from different branches of law.

Subject-Wise PG AILET Exam Analysis 2022

The article follows AILET LLM Exam Analysis for 2 sections as discussed further. 

AILET PG Exam Analysis for English

The difficulty of the English section was relatively moderate compared to the last two years. Even though the questions were of moderate difficulty, this section was lengthy and time management was of utmost importance.

Even if your English is not very good, the questions were relatively easy if you knew the legal terms well. Provided that you managed your time well in this section, scoring an average mark of 35 can be good enough to put you in the cut-off range.

Topics asked in this section are as follows: 

  • Foreign Phrases
  • Phrases
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Grammar

Check: AILET UG Exam Analysis

AILET PG Exam Analysis for Legal reasoning

The difficulty of the questions was of moderate difficulty and relatively easier compared to the last 2 years. An average mark of 35 marks in this section can be considered a good score to enter the cut-off.

The questions asked were all concepts based and if you knew the concept well, you would have answered the questions well. Although, the given options were close to each other and the level of difficulty for the given options was a little high.

If the clarity of your concept were good enough, you wouldn’t have faced too much difficulty solving these questions.

Topics asked in this section are as follows: 

  • Facts and Principle
  • Murder
  • Counterfeiting Currency
  • Negligence
  • Assault
  • Constitution - Article 20 (1)
  • Agency
  • Offer Acceptance
  • Necessity

Check: AILET Exam Pattern

AILET Exam Analysis for Descriptive Answers

The following topics appeared in the subjective section.

  • Privacy
  • Sedition
  • TRIPS
  • Consideration
  • Defamation
  • UN and its working
  • Biodiversity Act 2002
  • Mediation Bill, 2021

If you included relevant, landmark cases like Puttaswamy Judgement, in Privacy and Mahesh Bedekar case in Sedition, you can score good marks in this section. If you made sure to include things like provisions, facts, illustrations, judgment, and your own opinions, you will be able to get 20 out of 25 quite easily.

Again, the major challenge was time management, and if you were able to allow a good amount of time for this section, scoring good marks will be easy.

Stay tuned for AILET Question Paper discussions. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers keys are be to released shortly after the exam is concluded.
The paper was moderate. 
110 out of 150 can be expected as a good score in the exam
Yes,  if you were able to allot 30 minutes for each and attempt all the sections, you will be in a good position.
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AILET PG Exam Analysis 2023

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : June 30, 2022

SHARE

NLU Delhi successfully concluded the All India Law Entrance Test - 2022 for admission to LLM program on 26, June from 10 am-11.30 am. 

The AILET Exam for UG, PG, and Ph.D. programs was conducted at the same time. We hope that you were able to give your best in the AILET PG Examination and wish you good luck with your results. 

Below are the AILET LLM Exam Analysis key points received by candidates who took the AILET PG Examination.

  • The overall difficulty level of the exam was relatively moderate. 
  • Compared to the previous year, the cut-off is expected to be high as the paper wasn't really difficult. However, students have given feedback that the paper was quite lengthy. 

Several students have been waiting for the AILET Exam Analysis for LLM, which is discussed by our subject matter expert Neelam at LegalEdge in this article.

Download Free Study Material For AILET Exam by LegalEdge

AILET Exam Analysis 2022 for LLM (Overall)

  • Our experts from LegalEdge have provided the section-wise AILET LLM Exam Analysis based on feedback received from the students who appeared for the exam.
  • This year the university changed the exam pattern for the AILET PG Exam. The new paper pattern for the LLM programs will have two sections: Section A and Section B. 
  • All India Law Entrance Test had a total of 102 (100 MCQ, 2 descriptive), the paper was conducted for 150 marks for a period of 90 minutes. The overall difficulty of the question paper was moderate and a bit easier compared to the last years, but the main challenge was time management.
  • With three distinct parts in 2 sections, if you had managed 30 minutes for each and attempted all the sections, you will be in a good position.
  • Since the questions were relatively easier, the main difference in rank and overall marks will depend on how many questions you were able to attempt. 
  • The average score of 110 out of 150 can be expected as a good score in the exam
  • The expected cut-off will be relatively higher compared to the last two years since the questions were moderately easy as well. An average of 70 marks in section A and 40 in Section can be considered a good score to enter the cut-off range.
  • Section B will have eight to ten descriptive questions from different branches of law.

Subject-Wise PG AILET Exam Analysis 2022

The article follows AILET LLM Exam Analysis for 2 sections as discussed further. 

AILET PG Exam Analysis for English

The difficulty of the English section was relatively moderate compared to the last two years. Even though the questions were of moderate difficulty, this section was lengthy and time management was of utmost importance.

Even if your English is not very good, the questions were relatively easy if you knew the legal terms well. Provided that you managed your time well in this section, scoring an average mark of 35 can be good enough to put you in the cut-off range.

Topics asked in this section are as follows: 

  • Foreign Phrases
  • Phrases
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Grammar

Check: AILET UG Exam Analysis

AILET PG Exam Analysis for Legal reasoning

The difficulty of the questions was of moderate difficulty and relatively easier compared to the last 2 years. An average mark of 35 marks in this section can be considered a good score to enter the cut-off.

The questions asked were all concepts based and if you knew the concept well, you would have answered the questions well. Although, the given options were close to each other and the level of difficulty for the given options was a little high.

If the clarity of your concept were good enough, you wouldn’t have faced too much difficulty solving these questions.

Topics asked in this section are as follows: 

  • Facts and Principle
  • Murder
  • Counterfeiting Currency
  • Negligence
  • Assault
  • Constitution - Article 20 (1)
  • Agency
  • Offer Acceptance
  • Necessity

Check: AILET Exam Pattern

AILET Exam Analysis for Descriptive Answers

The following topics appeared in the subjective section.

  • Privacy
  • Sedition
  • TRIPS
  • Consideration
  • Defamation
  • UN and its working
  • Biodiversity Act 2002
  • Mediation Bill, 2021

If you included relevant, landmark cases like Puttaswamy Judgement, in Privacy and Mahesh Bedekar case in Sedition, you can score good marks in this section. If you made sure to include things like provisions, facts, illustrations, judgment, and your own opinions, you will be able to get 20 out of 25 quite easily.

Again, the major challenge was time management, and if you were able to allow a good amount of time for this section, scoring good marks will be easy.

Stay tuned for AILET Question Paper discussions. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers keys are be to released shortly after the exam is concluded.
The paper was moderate. 
110 out of 150 can be expected as a good score in the exam
Yes,  if you were able to allot 30 minutes for each and attempt all the sections, you will be in a good position.

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