The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by the National Law University (NLU) every year to offer admissions for various Law courses. As the AILET Exam is scheduled in may 2020, go through AILET Study Plan and crack the exam in the first attempt.

  • The AILET Exam is conducted for different law courses like BA LLB, LLM, and Ph.D. 
  • In AILET UG Exam, there are four sections for 150 marks while the AILET PG Exam includes three sections for 150 marks. 
  • Candidates appearing for the examination, are advised to follow Experts AILET Study Plan. 
  • Go through the detailed subject-wise AILET Preparation Tips and score more in the examination. 

AILET Study Plan 2020

Both the law courses have different topics and we have provided topics-wise tips to crack the exam. The total time duration to complete the exam is 90 minutes. The total number of questions in the exam is 150. Candidates must remember that there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks. For each correct answer, the candidate is awarded 1 mark. Follow these expert tips for better preparation. 

How to Prepare for AILET 2020?

Here are a few tips and tricks for smooth preparation. Ensure to follow them and enhance your preparation. Go through the AILET 2020 complete preparation strategy to be well versed with all topics.

  • Firstly, prepare a proper AILET Study Plan
  • Begin your preparation by checking out the detailed AILET Syllabus. This will help you to be aware of the topics to be studied.
  • In the study plan, allot an equal amount of time for studying each topic. 
  • If you are already well versed with any topic then give less give. Instead, concentrate on the topic you are weak.
  • Try to follow the best books and study materials to understand the topic better.
  • Take up the AILET Mock Test Series regularly to analyze your preparation levels. 
  • With the analysis report received, know in which topic you are weak and in which you are strong. Try to improvise on those topics.
  • Complete studying of all topics well in advance before the exam. Reserve the last few days for last-minute preparation.
  • During the last minute preparation, ensure not to read any new topics instead revise on the earlier studied topics.
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AILET Preparation Strategy for General Knowledge & Current Affairs

  • The Current Affairs section includes 35 objective type questions. 
  • Every question carries one mark making it a total of 35 marks.
  • For every four incorrect answers, one mark is deducted from the total marks. 
  • Hence, this section must be completed in 21 minutes which means you must answer each question in 0.6 minutes. 
  • In order to prepare well for this section, candidates must have read newspapers regularly and be aware of the latest Current Affairs.
  • This lets you stay updated with all the latest issues happening across the globe.
  • Practice previous year papers to know the different types of questions asked. 
  • Candidates should cover the topics for static GK from recommended books. 
  • Some of the important topics in the Current Affairs section are Sports, History, Art & Culture, Economic and Govt. Policy, Books, Geography, Awards, National & International Events, Organizations, and people

AILET Study Plan for English

  • In the English Section, there are 35 questions asked. The total time duration to complete the exam is 21 minutes.
  • This section basically tests the candidate's proficiency in Vocabulary and Grammar. 
  • Candidates are advised to read more to improve their vocabulary.
  • Learn new words, read novels, newspapers so that you will come across new words.
  • Understand the usage of the words in sentences. 
  • Solve and practice AILET previous Year Papers to know the difficulty level fo the paper and know which type of questions can be asked in the exam.

AILET Preparation Tips for Elementary Mathematics

  • This section consists of 10 questions. Remember there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. 
  • Be thorough with Basic Mathematics i.e., 10th-grade Maths to solve all the questions asked in this section
  • makes sure to answer all the questions correctly in this section.
  • practice the formulas and learn shortcuts to answer the questions correctly.
  • The only way to ace this section is to practice more and more.

AILET 2020 Study Plan for Logical Reasoning

  • The Reasoning section involves a total of 35 questions.
  • This section basically tests the candidate's logical thinking and reasoning ability.
  • Solve more and more previous year papers and sample papers to know which type of questions can be asked in this section.
  • The majority of questions in this section are asked from topics like Critical and Verbal Reasoning, Analogies, Number Series and Fact inference judgment.

AILET Strategy to Crack Legal Aptitude

  • The total number of questions asked in this section is 35. 
  • As AILET is a Law entrance examination, knowing about Legal Aptitude is important.
  • Be thorough with all the Judgements, laws, amendments, constitution articles.
  • Answer the questions on the basis of given legal principles instead of assuming things.
  • Practice more and more previous year papers to know the different types of questions asked and improve your speed.
  • In this section, most of the questions are asked from Indian Constitution and Legal GK
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When will the AILET 2020 Registration Process begin?

The AILET 2020 Registration Process will begin from 6th January 2020.

What is the mode of AILET Exam 2020?

The AILET 2020 Exam is conducted in offline mode

What is the Eligibility Criteria for AILET 2020?

Candidates passed class 12th with a minimum of 50% can apply for BA LLB while candidates passed the Graduation with 55% can apply for LLM.

Who conducts AILET 2020?

The AILET 2020 is conducted by the National Law University, Delhi.

When is the AILET Exam 2020 conducted for LLM course?

The AILET 2020 Exam is scheduled in the first week of May 2020 for all courses.

What is the Selection Process for AILET 2020?

Candidates are selected based on the marks scored in the Merit list.