Updated On : August 23, 2022
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will hold the authority to release the Delhi University Law Entrance Exam answer key. NTA will release the answer key a few days after the completion of the exam.
Generally, the DU LLB Answer Key is released in two phases:
With the help of a provisional answer key, you can check all the answers and raise objections if you find any discrepancies.
After verifying all the objections raised, authorities will release the final answer key. Using the final answer key, you can evaluate your tentative score and chances of selection in the exam.
This post shall guide you through detailed information about how to check the answer key, raise objections against the answer key, and more.
Check out the table below to know all the important events related to the answer key of the DU LLB Exam 2022.
|DU LLB 2022 exam date||September 2022|
|ADU LLB Provisional Answer Key Date||The first week of October 2022|
|Last date for submitting objections and proofs regarding wrong question/ answer options||The first week of October 2022|
|DU LLB Final answer key||The second week of October 2022|
|Announcement of DU LLB Result 2022||The second week of October 2022|
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Note that you can able to check the answer key only through online mode.
NTA will publish the DU LLB 2022 Results along with the final answer key. You can follow the instructions below to download the answer key for the DU LLB Entrance Exam.
The NTA releases the DU LLB Question Paper along with the answer key on the official website. You can download and refer to the answer key and previous year's question papers from the table below.
|DU LLB 2020 Question Paper with Answer Key||Click here|
|DU LLB 2019 Question Paper with Answer Key||Click here|
Expected Cut Off for DU LLB Exam 2022
You can raise objections if you find any discrepancy in the provisional Answer Key. You are allowed to file objections within the window period and only through online mode.
You can follow the below steps to raise objections against the DU LLB Provisional Answer Key 2022.
After downloading the answer key, cross-check all your answers and allot marks yourself to calculate your score.
After calculating the scores, sum up the marks and verify with the previous year or expected Cut Off to know your chances of getting qualified for the DU LLB Counselling 2022.
|Type of Answer||Marks|
|For Correct Answer||+4 Marks|
|For the Wrong Answer||- 1 Mark|
Out of 100 questions, you have attempted 80 questions, and the remaining 20 are unanswered.
By verifying your answers from the DU LLB 2022 Answer key, you have answered 60 correctly, while 20 are incorrect.
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Marks for Correct Answers: 60*4 = 240
Marks for Incorrect Answers: 20*1 = 20
Marks for Un-attempted Questions: 20*0 = 20
DU LLB Score = (Marks for Correct Answers) - (Marks for Incorrect Answers)
= 240 - 20
Total score = 220
Frequently Asked Questions
When will the DU LLB Answer Key 2022 be released?
How can I raise objections for DU LLB Provisional Answer Key 2022?
What are the benefits of DU LLB Answer Key PDF?
With the help of DU LLB Answer Key PDF, you can: check your responses and verify answers, calculate the scores, and know on which topics you are going wrong, and focus on such topics.
How to calculate rough score using DU LLB 2022 Answer Key?
What is the difference between DU LLB provisional answer key and final answer key?
The Provisional Answer Key is the first answer key released by the authorities to help you to calculate the approximate scores in the exam. It consists of serial-wise answers for all the questions asked in the exam. You can cross-check their answers with the help of answer key and can raise objections if you find any discrepancy. After the completion of the objection process, the Final Answer Key will be released.
With the help of this answer key, you can analyze your performance by knowing the number of questions marked incorrectly in the exam. By knowing the expected scores, you will get a rough idea about the colleges in which they can find an admission.