SLAT Exam Analysis 2024: Section wise Difficulty Level Analysis

Author : Nimisha Nayak

Updated On : June 25, 2024

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Reader's Digest—Do you want to know about the recently conducted SLAT exam? Are you curious about the difficulty level, the types of questions asked, and how it went overall? If you have these questions, then yes, you have come to the right place!

The SLAT exam's second round took place on May 11, 2024.

It was a mixed bag of surprises, with easy to moderate difficulty levels, minimal to somewhat intensive calculations, and varied completion times. Read further to understand the difficulty level and intricacies of SLAT 2024.

We have provided a detailed SLAT exam analysis. If you appeared for the exam, we hope this will help you estimate your scores.

Key Highlights of SLAT Exam Analysis 2024

Here is a breakdown of the key differences between Round 1 and Round 2. Check them below:

Round 1 of SLAT 2024 was successfully conducted on May 5, 2024, from 9 AM to 10 AM. Here is the Analysis:

• The Logical Reasoning section was easy, with 10-12 minutes completion time for most students.
• The Legal Reasoning section, of easy difficulty level, took about 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderate in difficulty and somewhat calculation-intensive, taking most students 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The General Knowledge section was moderate, with an average completion time of 8-10 minutes.
• The Reading Comprehension section was moderate, with 4 lengthy passages, but it was doable.
• Overall, the level of difficulty of the paper was moderate.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Analytical Reasoning

• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately challenging.
•  Due to calculations, most students took an average time of 12-15 minutes to complete this section.
• It featured questions on Simple and compound interest, profit and loss, data interpretation, probability, and percentage.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Logical Reasoning

• The Logical Reasoning section was an easy breeze.
• Most questions were asked for statements, assumptions, argument-based questions, blood relations, and alphabet coding.
• It was easily solvable within 10-12 minutes, although it was tricky.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for General Knowledge

• The General Knowledge section was moderately difficult, and most students completed it in 8-10 minutes.
• Mostly static GK questions were asked.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Reading Comprehension

• The Reading Comprehension section was moderate, with 4 lengthy passages, but it was doable.
• It presented four passages with three questions each and direct queries focusing on vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Legal Reasoning

• The Legal Reasoning section, which was also relatively easy, took roughly 12-15 minutes to complete.
• Simple principle fact-based questions were asked on negligence, contract law, etc.

Round 2 of SLAT 2024 was successfully conducted on May 11, 2024, from 9 AM to 10 AM. Here is the Analysis:

• The Logical Reasoning section appeared easy for most students, as they completed it in 10 to 12 minutes.
• The Legal Reasoning section was considered easy and took approximately 12 to 15 minutes to complete.
• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately difficult and required some calculations, taking most students 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The General Knowledge section was moderately difficult and took an average of 8-10 minutes to complete.
• The Reading Comprehension section was moderate, with four lengthy passages, but it was manageable.
• The paper's difficulty level was moderate overall.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Analytical Reasoning

• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately challenging.
• According to calculations, most students finished this section within 12-15 minutes. It included questions on series, coding-decoding, vein diagram, speed distance time, Profit Loss, and a few from quant.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Logical Reasoning

• The Logical Reasoning section was very easy to handle and complete without any difficulty.
• Questions were based on data sets that needed to be organized to answer.
• Solving the questions in 10-12 minutes was easy, based on assumptions, strengthening and weakening arguments, etc.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for General Knowledge

• The General Knowledge section was moderately difficult, and most students completed it within 8-10 minutes.
• Only 1-2 questions were asked about current affairs; some related to books and authors, while most were based on static general knowledge.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Reading Comprehension

• The reading comprehension section was moderate, consisting of four lengthy passages. However, it was still manageable.
• Three questions were presented based on four passages, which focused mainly on vocabulary and reading comprehension.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Legal Reasoning

• The Legal Reasoning section was also relatively easy and took approximately 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The questions were based on simple negligence principles, contract law, torts, defamation, and other related subjects.

Please Note: The SLAT exam analysis is based on our student's performance since the authorities do not release their question papers on the website.

Key Highlights of SLAT Analysis 2023

Round 2 of SLAT 2023 was successfully conducted on May 14, 2023, from 9 AM to 10 AM. Here is the SLAT analysis:

• The Logical Reasoning section was easy to moderate. Most students completed it in 10-12 minutes.
• The Legal Reasoning section, of easy to moderate difficulty, took about 12-15 minutes to complete.
• Some questions lacked a given principle, which is a recurring issue from previous SLAT papers.
• This section required self-application of legal knowledge, making it slightly time-consuming.
• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderate in difficulty and somewhat calculation-intensive, taking most students 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The General Knowledge section was relatively easy, with an average completion time of 8-10 minutes.
• The Reading Comprehension section was also easy and required around 8-10 minutes on average.
• Questions focused on vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms were asked directly.

Here is the table of sectional analysis of SLAT:

 Sections Level Average Time Taken Analytical Reasoning Moderate 12-15 minutes Logical Reasoning Easy to Moderate 10-12 minutes Legal Reasoning Easy to Moderate 12-15 minutes General Knowledge Easy 8-10 minutes

SLAT Analysis 2023 for Analytical Reasoning

• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately challenging.
•  Due to calculations, most students took an average time of 12-15 minutes to complete this section.
• It featured 7-8 Quantitative Reasoning questions on Profit and loss, Compound Interest, Percentages, Time and work, and Age.

SLAT Analysis 2023 for Logical Reasoning

• The Logical Reasoning section was an easy-to-moderate breeze.
• Most questions were asked from statement-based, assumption, conclusion, and argument-based topics.
• It was easily solvable within 10-12 minutes, although a few took up to 15 minutes.
• The absence of heavy calculations was a breather.

SLAT Analysis 2023 for General Knowledge

• The General Knowledge section was easy, with most students finishing in 8-10 minutes.
• The Reading Comprehension section was equally straightforward, with the same average time.
• It presented four passages with three questions each and direct queries focusing on vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms.

SLAT Analysis 2023 for Legal Reasoning

• The Legal Reasoning section, also of easy-to-moderate difficulty, required about 12-15 minutes.
• The difficulty level of the paper increased due to some questions lacking principles despite the paper being quite similar to the previous year's papers.
• This necessitated some self-law knowledge application, making it a tad time-consuming.
• Questions ranged from assertion/reason category to principle-fact-based questions reminiscent of the CLAT 2019 paper.

Key Highlights of SLAT Exam Analysis 2022

• The SLAT exam conducted was easy to moderate.
• Though students mentioned analysis was lengthy, the paper, on the whole, was so lengthy and doable in the given time period.
• The cut-off can be predicted on the higher end.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Analytical Reasoning

• It was easy to moderate.
• The element of surprise was that most of the questions were from elementary maths.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Logical Reasoning

• The logical Reasoning section was moderate
• The topics included calendar series, coding-decoding, direction tests, blood relations, etc.
• 12 questions were asked on 12 different topics. Be well prepared for the basics of all topics.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for English

• The English section was easy.
• There were 3 passages with 4 questions each.
• A total of 12 questions were there.
• Passages were medium, not lengthy.
• Questions were quite easy.
• Answers could be derived from the passages easily.
• Vocabulary questions were easy, and 2 options could be easily eliminated.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Current Affairs

• The Current affairs section was easy.
• There were no questions asked from static GK.
• Direct questions were asked from multiple random topics like Nobel prize winners.
• Current affairs were from newspapers as well.
• Current affairs from 2021 May to 2022 January.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Legal Reasoning

• This section was moderate and lengthy.
• Questions were based on Principle-Facts and a few questions on assertion-reason.
• No current legal knowledge was asked.

SLAT Analysis 2021 Key Highlights

• The General Knowledge section included indirect questions, and it was in-depth.
• The exam was not aligned with the dry run check, which was unexpected.
• SIU conducted the entrance exam on Internet-based remote proctored mode.
• The exam had 75-60 questions to be attempted in 90 minutes (60 minutes for MCQ and 30 minutes for WAT).
• There was no sectional timing.

SLAT Analysis July 12, 2021

• The question paper was not lengthy as compared to the previous two days.
• Overall, it was a moderate level of difficulty.
 Subject No. of Questions Asked Good Attempts Difficulty Level Logical Reasoning 12 9-10 Easy to Moderate Legal Reasoning 12 8-9 Moderate Analytical Reasoning 12 9-10 Easy to Moderate Reading Comprehension 12 10-12 Easy to moderate General Knowledge 12 7-8 Moderate to Difficult Total 60 46-48 Moderate

Subject-wise SLAT Analysis

Check out the topics from which questions are asked in each subject.

1. Analytical Reasoning - Classic Data Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Number Series, Alphanumeric Series, Arithmetical Reasoning, Order & Ranking.
2. Logical Reasoning - Odd one out, Blood Relation, Coding and Decoding, Analogy, Number Series & Alphabet Series
3. Reading Comprehension - 3 passages appeared short in length, picked from editorials, and all questions were direct. Passages were based on Rudyard Kipling & Colonialism, Downsides & Modern Technological Changes on our Environment, and the Maternity Benefit Act.
4. Legal Reasoning—This section was lengthy. The questions were based on Principal Fact-based, Legal GK, Constitution, Contract Law, Torts, and IPC.
5. General Knowledge - Current affairs were more than static GK. Questions were asked about Geography, International Affairs, and History.
6. Written Ability Test (WAT)—The first topic was the Ban on Plastic: Ecology vs. Economy. The second topic was whether Comedy is protected under freedom of speech and expression. Discuss in light of recent events.

SLAT Exam Analysis July 11, 2021

Overall, the second day of SLAT was moderate but lengthy.

 Subject No. of Questions Asked Good Attempts Difficulty Level Logical Reasoning 12 9-10 Moderate Legal Reasoning 12 8-9 Moderate Analytical Reasoning 12 9-10 Moderate Reading Comprehension 12 11-12 Easy General Knowledge 12 8-9 Moderate to Difficult Total 60 46-48 Moderate

Subject-wise Analysis of SLAT

Check out the topics from which questions are asked in each subject.

1. Analytical Reasoning - Direction sense test/ Classic Data Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Series, Age
2. Logical Reasoning - Syllogism, Odd one out, Direction sense, Seating Arrangement, Blood Relation
3. Reading Comprehension - 3 passages appeared short in length, picked from editorials, and all questions were direct.
4. Legal Reasoning—This section was lengthy. The questions were based on Principal Fact-based issues in torts, Criminal Law, the Constitution, and Contract Law.
5. General Knowledge—Current affairs were more than static GK. Questions were asked about Geography, International Affairs, History, and India's COVID Drug Controller General.

SLAT Exam Review July 10, 2021

• In the English section, comprehension passages appear in the Hindu newspaper.
• Based on the analysis, the cut-off for SLAT is expected to be around 45-50.
 Subject No. of Questions Asked Good Attempts Difficulty Level Logical Reasoning 12 9-10 Moderate Legal Reasoning 12 10-11 Easy-Moderate Analytical Reasoning 12 10-11 Easy Reading Comprehension 12 8-10 Easy-Moderate General Knowledge 12 8-9 Difficult Total 60 45-48

Check Here: Why Choose Law as a Career?

Subject-wise Analysis of SLAT

Written Ability Test (WAT)

• The overall difficulty level of WAT was moderate
• Topics in WAT included using information and communication technology in the Indian Judicial Process.
• The second topic was Law had unfolded many shades of dignity for women. However, women continue to be within patriarchy, discrimination, and violence.

SLAT Analysis of Legal Reasoning

 Topics Number of questions Principles & Facts 7 Situation-Based 3 Assertion & Reason 1 Misc 5 Total 12

SLAT Analysis of General Knowledge

Current affairs questions were mainly asked after November 2020.

 Topics Number of questions Current Affairs 8 Static GK 4 Total 12

SLAT Analysis of English Language

1. Misinformation & Media
2. COVID-19 & Nation Static (April 7: The Hindu - MK Narayanan)
3. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act (April 4: The Hindu)

SLAT Analysis of Analytical Reasoning

 Topics Number of questions Missing Numbers 1 Age 1 Number 2 Assignment 2 Misc 6 Total 12

Conclusion

Wrapping up our SLAT exam analysis, the SLAT 2024 was a well-balanced examination, striking a mix between conceptual understanding and application-based questions. Despite a few challenging areas, it was manageable and resonated well with the aspirants' preparation.

Key takeaways:

• Focus on conceptual clarity: Many questions required a solid understanding of the concepts.
• Importance of time management: While no section was exceptionally tough, pacing oneself was essential.
• Practice for application-based questions: These questions were significant, emphasizing the need for comprehensive preparation.
• Reading Comprehension & Logical Reasoning sections: These seemed to require more attention, hinting at where future aspirants might want to concentrate their efforts.

Was SLAT conducted in online or offline mode?

What was the overall difficulty level of SLAT 2024?

Which was the most difficult section in Symbiosis Law Admission Test 2024?

Were the passages in Reading Comprehension too lengthy?

SLAT Exam Analysis 2024: Section wise Difficulty Level Analysis

Author : Nimisha Nayak

June 25, 2024

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Reader's Digest—Do you want to know about the recently conducted SLAT exam? Are you curious about the difficulty level, the types of questions asked, and how it went overall? If you have these questions, then yes, you have come to the right place!

The SLAT exam's second round took place on May 11, 2024.

It was a mixed bag of surprises, with easy to moderate difficulty levels, minimal to somewhat intensive calculations, and varied completion times. Read further to understand the difficulty level and intricacies of SLAT 2024.

We have provided a detailed SLAT exam analysis. If you appeared for the exam, we hope this will help you estimate your scores.

Key Highlights of SLAT Exam Analysis 2024

Here is a breakdown of the key differences between Round 1 and Round 2. Check them below:

Round 1 of SLAT 2024 was successfully conducted on May 5, 2024, from 9 AM to 10 AM. Here is the Analysis:

• The Logical Reasoning section was easy, with 10-12 minutes completion time for most students.
• The Legal Reasoning section, of easy difficulty level, took about 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderate in difficulty and somewhat calculation-intensive, taking most students 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The General Knowledge section was moderate, with an average completion time of 8-10 minutes.
• The Reading Comprehension section was moderate, with 4 lengthy passages, but it was doable.
• Overall, the level of difficulty of the paper was moderate.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Analytical Reasoning

• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately challenging.
•  Due to calculations, most students took an average time of 12-15 minutes to complete this section.
• It featured questions on Simple and compound interest, profit and loss, data interpretation, probability, and percentage.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Logical Reasoning

• The Logical Reasoning section was an easy breeze.
• Most questions were asked for statements, assumptions, argument-based questions, blood relations, and alphabet coding.
• It was easily solvable within 10-12 minutes, although it was tricky.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for General Knowledge

• The General Knowledge section was moderately difficult, and most students completed it in 8-10 minutes.
• Mostly static GK questions were asked.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Reading Comprehension

• The Reading Comprehension section was moderate, with 4 lengthy passages, but it was doable.
• It presented four passages with three questions each and direct queries focusing on vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Legal Reasoning

• The Legal Reasoning section, which was also relatively easy, took roughly 12-15 minutes to complete.
• Simple principle fact-based questions were asked on negligence, contract law, etc.

Round 2 of SLAT 2024 was successfully conducted on May 11, 2024, from 9 AM to 10 AM. Here is the Analysis:

• The Logical Reasoning section appeared easy for most students, as they completed it in 10 to 12 minutes.
• The Legal Reasoning section was considered easy and took approximately 12 to 15 minutes to complete.
• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately difficult and required some calculations, taking most students 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The General Knowledge section was moderately difficult and took an average of 8-10 minutes to complete.
• The Reading Comprehension section was moderate, with four lengthy passages, but it was manageable.
• The paper's difficulty level was moderate overall.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Analytical Reasoning

• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately challenging.
• According to calculations, most students finished this section within 12-15 minutes. It included questions on series, coding-decoding, vein diagram, speed distance time, Profit Loss, and a few from quant.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Logical Reasoning

• The Logical Reasoning section was very easy to handle and complete without any difficulty.
• Questions were based on data sets that needed to be organized to answer.
• Solving the questions in 10-12 minutes was easy, based on assumptions, strengthening and weakening arguments, etc.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for General Knowledge

• The General Knowledge section was moderately difficult, and most students completed it within 8-10 minutes.
• Only 1-2 questions were asked about current affairs; some related to books and authors, while most were based on static general knowledge.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Reading Comprehension

• The reading comprehension section was moderate, consisting of four lengthy passages. However, it was still manageable.
• Three questions were presented based on four passages, which focused mainly on vocabulary and reading comprehension.

SLAT Analysis 2024 for Legal Reasoning

• The Legal Reasoning section was also relatively easy and took approximately 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The questions were based on simple negligence principles, contract law, torts, defamation, and other related subjects.

Please Note: The SLAT exam analysis is based on our student's performance since the authorities do not release their question papers on the website.

Key Highlights of SLAT Analysis 2023

Round 2 of SLAT 2023 was successfully conducted on May 14, 2023, from 9 AM to 10 AM. Here is the SLAT analysis:

• The Logical Reasoning section was easy to moderate. Most students completed it in 10-12 minutes.
• The Legal Reasoning section, of easy to moderate difficulty, took about 12-15 minutes to complete.
• Some questions lacked a given principle, which is a recurring issue from previous SLAT papers.
• This section required self-application of legal knowledge, making it slightly time-consuming.
• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderate in difficulty and somewhat calculation-intensive, taking most students 12-15 minutes to complete.
• The General Knowledge section was relatively easy, with an average completion time of 8-10 minutes.
• The Reading Comprehension section was also easy and required around 8-10 minutes on average.
• Questions focused on vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms were asked directly.

Here is the table of sectional analysis of SLAT:

 Sections Level Average Time Taken Analytical Reasoning Moderate 12-15 minutes Logical Reasoning Easy to Moderate 10-12 minutes Legal Reasoning Easy to Moderate 12-15 minutes General Knowledge Easy 8-10 minutes

SLAT Analysis 2023 for Analytical Reasoning

• The Analytical Reasoning section was moderately challenging.
•  Due to calculations, most students took an average time of 12-15 minutes to complete this section.
• It featured 7-8 Quantitative Reasoning questions on Profit and loss, Compound Interest, Percentages, Time and work, and Age.

SLAT Analysis 2023 for Logical Reasoning

• The Logical Reasoning section was an easy-to-moderate breeze.
• Most questions were asked from statement-based, assumption, conclusion, and argument-based topics.
• It was easily solvable within 10-12 minutes, although a few took up to 15 minutes.
• The absence of heavy calculations was a breather.

SLAT Analysis 2023 for General Knowledge

• The General Knowledge section was easy, with most students finishing in 8-10 minutes.
• The Reading Comprehension section was equally straightforward, with the same average time.
• It presented four passages with three questions each and direct queries focusing on vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms.

SLAT Analysis 2023 for Legal Reasoning

• The Legal Reasoning section, also of easy-to-moderate difficulty, required about 12-15 minutes.
• The difficulty level of the paper increased due to some questions lacking principles despite the paper being quite similar to the previous year's papers.
• This necessitated some self-law knowledge application, making it a tad time-consuming.
• Questions ranged from assertion/reason category to principle-fact-based questions reminiscent of the CLAT 2019 paper.

Key Highlights of SLAT Exam Analysis 2022

• The SLAT exam conducted was easy to moderate.
• Though students mentioned analysis was lengthy, the paper, on the whole, was so lengthy and doable in the given time period.
• The cut-off can be predicted on the higher end.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Analytical Reasoning

• It was easy to moderate.
• The element of surprise was that most of the questions were from elementary maths.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Logical Reasoning

• The logical Reasoning section was moderate
• The topics included calendar series, coding-decoding, direction tests, blood relations, etc.
• 12 questions were asked on 12 different topics. Be well prepared for the basics of all topics.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for English

• The English section was easy.
• There were 3 passages with 4 questions each.
• A total of 12 questions were there.
• Passages were medium, not lengthy.
• Questions were quite easy.
• Answers could be derived from the passages easily.
• Vocabulary questions were easy, and 2 options could be easily eliminated.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Current Affairs

• The Current affairs section was easy.
• There were no questions asked from static GK.
• Direct questions were asked from multiple random topics like Nobel prize winners.
• Current affairs were from newspapers as well.
• Current affairs from 2021 May to 2022 January.

SLAT Analysis 2022 for Legal Reasoning

• This section was moderate and lengthy.
• Questions were based on Principle-Facts and a few questions on assertion-reason.
• No current legal knowledge was asked.

SLAT Analysis 2021 Key Highlights

• The General Knowledge section included indirect questions, and it was in-depth.
• The exam was not aligned with the dry run check, which was unexpected.
• SIU conducted the entrance exam on Internet-based remote proctored mode.
• The exam had 75-60 questions to be attempted in 90 minutes (60 minutes for MCQ and 30 minutes for WAT).
• There was no sectional timing.

SLAT Analysis July 12, 2021

• The question paper was not lengthy as compared to the previous two days.
• Overall, it was a moderate level of difficulty.
 Subject No. of Questions Asked Good Attempts Difficulty Level Logical Reasoning 12 9-10 Easy to Moderate Legal Reasoning 12 8-9 Moderate Analytical Reasoning 12 9-10 Easy to Moderate Reading Comprehension 12 10-12 Easy to moderate General Knowledge 12 7-8 Moderate to Difficult Total 60 46-48 Moderate

Subject-wise SLAT Analysis

Check out the topics from which questions are asked in each subject.

1. Analytical Reasoning - Classic Data Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Number Series, Alphanumeric Series, Arithmetical Reasoning, Order & Ranking.
2. Logical Reasoning - Odd one out, Blood Relation, Coding and Decoding, Analogy, Number Series & Alphabet Series
3. Reading Comprehension - 3 passages appeared short in length, picked from editorials, and all questions were direct. Passages were based on Rudyard Kipling & Colonialism, Downsides & Modern Technological Changes on our Environment, and the Maternity Benefit Act.
4. Legal Reasoning—This section was lengthy. The questions were based on Principal Fact-based, Legal GK, Constitution, Contract Law, Torts, and IPC.
5. General Knowledge - Current affairs were more than static GK. Questions were asked about Geography, International Affairs, and History.
6. Written Ability Test (WAT)—The first topic was the Ban on Plastic: Ecology vs. Economy. The second topic was whether Comedy is protected under freedom of speech and expression. Discuss in light of recent events.

SLAT Exam Analysis July 11, 2021

Overall, the second day of SLAT was moderate but lengthy.

 Subject No. of Questions Asked Good Attempts Difficulty Level Logical Reasoning 12 9-10 Moderate Legal Reasoning 12 8-9 Moderate Analytical Reasoning 12 9-10 Moderate Reading Comprehension 12 11-12 Easy General Knowledge 12 8-9 Moderate to Difficult Total 60 46-48 Moderate

Subject-wise Analysis of SLAT

Check out the topics from which questions are asked in each subject.

1. Analytical Reasoning - Direction sense test/ Classic Data Arrangement, Coding-Decoding, Series, Age
2. Logical Reasoning - Syllogism, Odd one out, Direction sense, Seating Arrangement, Blood Relation
3. Reading Comprehension - 3 passages appeared short in length, picked from editorials, and all questions were direct.
4. Legal Reasoning—This section was lengthy. The questions were based on Principal Fact-based issues in torts, Criminal Law, the Constitution, and Contract Law.
5. General Knowledge—Current affairs were more than static GK. Questions were asked about Geography, International Affairs, History, and India's COVID Drug Controller General.

SLAT Exam Review July 10, 2021

• In the English section, comprehension passages appear in the Hindu newspaper.
• Based on the analysis, the cut-off for SLAT is expected to be around 45-50.
 Subject No. of Questions Asked Good Attempts Difficulty Level Logical Reasoning 12 9-10 Moderate Legal Reasoning 12 10-11 Easy-Moderate Analytical Reasoning 12 10-11 Easy Reading Comprehension 12 8-10 Easy-Moderate General Knowledge 12 8-9 Difficult Total 60 45-48

Check Here: Why Choose Law as a Career?

Subject-wise Analysis of SLAT

Written Ability Test (WAT)

• The overall difficulty level of WAT was moderate
• Topics in WAT included using information and communication technology in the Indian Judicial Process.
• The second topic was Law had unfolded many shades of dignity for women. However, women continue to be within patriarchy, discrimination, and violence.

SLAT Analysis of Legal Reasoning

 Topics Number of questions Principles & Facts 7 Situation-Based 3 Assertion & Reason 1 Misc 5 Total 12

SLAT Analysis of General Knowledge

Current affairs questions were mainly asked after November 2020.

 Topics Number of questions Current Affairs 8 Static GK 4 Total 12

SLAT Analysis of English Language

1. Misinformation & Media
2. COVID-19 & Nation Static (April 7: The Hindu - MK Narayanan)
3. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act (April 4: The Hindu)

SLAT Analysis of Analytical Reasoning

 Topics Number of questions Missing Numbers 1 Age 1 Number 2 Assignment 2 Misc 6 Total 12

Conclusion

Wrapping up our SLAT exam analysis, the SLAT 2024 was a well-balanced examination, striking a mix between conceptual understanding and application-based questions. Despite a few challenging areas, it was manageable and resonated well with the aspirants' preparation.

Key takeaways:

• Focus on conceptual clarity: Many questions required a solid understanding of the concepts.
• Importance of time management: While no section was exceptionally tough, pacing oneself was essential.
• Practice for application-based questions: These questions were significant, emphasizing the need for comprehensive preparation.
• Reading Comprehension & Logical Reasoning sections: These seemed to require more attention, hinting at where future aspirants might want to concentrate their efforts.

Was SLAT conducted in online or offline mode?

What was the overall difficulty level of SLAT 2024?

Which was the most difficult section in Symbiosis Law Admission Test 2024?

Were the passages in Reading Comprehension too lengthy?

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