It’s great news that due to the ongoing crisis, you have got more time for AILET Preparation. But, that doesn’t mean you can relax. Utilize this period as much as you can for good results. 

So, what are you waiting for? Let’s dig into a complete series of questionnaires to know how to prepare AILET Study Plan, what are its pros and cons, and more.

How far are you from AILET 2021?

Well, as said above, the AILET Exam is postponed. The new dates arent announced yet. If you haven’t filled your forms, then fill them before 25th June 2021. 

On an estimation, the exam date could probably be in the last week of June or the first week of July 2021. 

Just one and half months left for the exam! Are you wondering how you will prepare the entire syllabus in such a short period? Don’t Panic. Read through the proper structured AILET study plan from the LegalEdge team. 

Is AILET Study Plan beneficial?

Each one of your preparation strategies may vary, however, to help you guide through the preparation this study plan does work. 

Some students feel they are very well prepared and know everything, but nothing pops out in the exam. This is due to the fact that you didn’t have a proper study plan. Just reading or studying doesn’t fetch you good marks and qualify. You need to be smart while studying and also most importantly revision. 

Are you also facing the same problem? Don’t worry; scroll through for the best and easy study plan.

AILET Study Plan 2021

AILET Study Plan 2021

How to Prepare a proper study plan for AILET? What to keep in mind

  • Firstly, remember study plan doesn’t mean 24*7 you need to study. Try to relax and take breaks.
  • Make sure to distribute all the subjects in your daily plan. Include all subjects in your schedule with equal time intervals. 
  • Keep a checklist of what to be studied each day so that you don’t miss out on any topic. 
  • Don’t begin your AILET Preparation with a tough and boring subject. Maybe you can lose interest in the preparation. Take up the subject or topic that you love the most. 

What should I include in the daily AILET Study Plan?

Each day need not be the same. Change your routine that builds interest and eagerness in studying more. As the day passes, if you feel any topic is easy, you can replace it with a tougher subject.

Here is an easy and sample daily plan that can be followed for better results. 

Topic

Preferred Time Allotment

Reading Newspaper

45 mins

Topics from Legal Aptitude

1 hour

Topic from English Language

1 hour

Topics from General Knowledge

1 hour

Mathematics

1 hour

Puzzles/Analytical Reasoning

45 mins

Passages & Grammar

1-1.5 hours

Revision for the day and planning for the next day

1.5 hours

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Do you find it easy? Well, you can alter it if you are capable of studying for more hours. The preparation timing can vary for each one of you. But, if you are following this plan continuously for a month then definitely you could complete the entire syllabus. 

You will also have 2-3 weeks for revision as well. So, start today itself for better results. 

I can’t study for these many hours. I get confused. I can’t concentrate for a long time. This would be a tough study plan for me. Well, don’t worry, there is an alternative you could follow that can ease your preparation. 

You could reduce the number of hours allotted for each subject. Also, you can split the subjects. If you are studying Mathematics and Legal Aptitude today, you can learn other subjects tomorrow. 

Can I get Subject-wise AILET Study Plan tips?

As per the AILET Exam Pattern, there are five subjects involved in the examination. There are few pointers to remember when you prepare subject-wise. 

You may have queries on what topics should be covered, which topic must be focussed on more and some tricks. 

You can check out these quick tips and tricks for understanding the topic better and score good marks. 

AILET English Study Plan

  • In the English Section, there are 35 questions asked. The total time duration to complete the exam is 21 minutes.
  • This section tests your proficiency in Vocabulary and Grammar. 
  • Focus more on grammar, vocabulary, synonyms, antonyms, etc
  • Try to learn at least 5-10 new words per day and use them in your daily life. Solve and practice AILET previous Year Papers to know the difficulty level of the paper.
  • Read novels, newspapers so that you will come across new words.
  • Understand the usage of the words in sentences. 

Read about AILET English Preparation Tips

AILET Logical Reasoning Study Plan

The Reasoning section involves 35 questions, and the majority of questions in this section are asked from topics like Critical and Verbal Reasoning, Analogies, Number Series, and Fact inference judgment.

  • This section tests your logical thinking and reasoning ability.
  • Solve more and more previous year papers and sample papers to improve your time management and problem-solving skills.
  • Solve puzzle-related questions and games that demand and logic.

Read About: AILET Logical Reasoning Preparation Tips

AILET Legal Aptitude Study Plan

  • In this section, most of the questions are asked from the Indian Constitution and Legal GK. 
  • Be thorough with all the Judgements, laws, amendments, constitution articles.
  • Try to solve at least 1-2 AILET Mock Tests every week to improve your speed and accuracy.
  • Answer the questions based on given legal principles instead of assuming things.

Read About: AILET Legal Aptitude Preparation Tips

AILET Current Affairs & GK Study Plan

The GK section includes 35 objective-type questions from sports, History, Art & Culture, economics, and Govt. Policy, Books, Geography, Awards, National & International Events, Organizations, and people, Karan quoted.

  • Make a habit of reading the newspaper daily.
  • As per the previous analysis, most of the questions are asked from current affairs than static GK.
  • You can tackle static GK by reading the recommended books.
  • For current affairs, refer to popular newspapers and monthly magazines.
  • Also, you can follow Daily Current Affairs to stay updated with all the latest issues happening across the globe.
  • Practice previous year's papers to know the different types of questions asked. 

Read About AILET GK Preparation Tips

AILET Elementary Mathematics Study Plan

  • Make sure your fundamentals are clear. This section includes topics from 10th grade Mathematics. 
  • Identify the relevant topics and have a clear understanding of each concept.
  • Practice essential formulas daily
  • As per the AILET Exam Analysis of the previous year, mathematics was the most challenging subject. So, do not neglect this section due to less weightage. 
  • Learn shortcuts to answer the questions in less time.
  • The only way to ace this section is to practice more and more.

Read About: AILET Maths Preparation Tips

I am currently studying for my board exams. How can I manage to study both syllabi? This would be hectic. 

How to Prepare for AILET along with Board Exams?

This could be most of your issue or a query in most of your’s mind. Well, you need not worry about this. 

Generally, the AILET exam is conducted after the board exams, and you will have around one month time to prepare for the entrance exam. However, one month is enough to balance your school study and AILET preparation.

To prepare well for AILET 2021, along with board exams, you should divide the time between board exam preparation and entrance exam preparation.

Karan mentioned that one could give 2-3 hours each day for AILET Preparation, and the remaining time should be given to the board exams.

After I have completed the entire syllabus, what can be my final stage of preparation? How to revise all topics in a week or ten days? 

What must be the AILET Study Plan for the last ten days?

Based on the expert advice from the LegalEdge team, during the last ten days, do not pick any new concepts. Instead, start revising all the topics that you have prepared for the past two to three months.

You can follow AILET Last Minute Tips for subject-wise tricks and strategies to help your last few day’s preparations. 

  • GK: Allot 2-3 hours of your daily time for the GK section and try to at least one month of current affairs in one day.
  • English: Allocate 1 hour of your daily time for revising antonyms and synonyms that you have learned from past months. Solve at least one previous year's AILET paper in a day
  • Mathematics: Try to revise all the essential formulas and concepts. Practice previous year question papers of AILET exam.
  • Legal Aptitude: Try to revise legal terms and maxims regularly, as 10-12 questions will be asked in the exam. Practice short-cut techniques while attempting previous year's papers.
  • Logical Reasoning: You can allot 2 hours per day for the analytical reasoning section. Note down all the questions and try to work on the concepts which you are not clear.

FAQ's

Can I complete the AILET syllabus in 3 months?

Yes. With proper preparation strategy, candidates can easily complete the AILET Syllabus 2021 in 3 months.

Should I solve AILET LLM Previous year question papers during my exam preparation?

Yes. It is important to solve AILET Previous year questions papers during your exam preparation as it will help you to improve your speed and accuracy.

Which newspaper is best for AILET Preparation?

The Hindu Newspaper is the best material for the preparation of AILET 2021 exam.

What are the important topics that need to be prepared under the logical aptitude section of AILET Syllabus?

Indian Penal Code, Indian Constitution, Legal fundamentals and terms, Law of Torts, Important Landmarks, Supreme Court Judgements are some of the important topics that need to be prepared under the logical aptitude section of AILET Syllabus.

How can I improve my accuracy in the AILET exam?

You can easily improve your speed and accuracy in the AILET Exam by solving as many sample papers as possible. Practicing mock tests would definitely improve your time management skills and problem-solving techniques. So, it is advisable to solve mock tests on a daily basis.