Updated On : June 1, 2023
Reader's Digest - Are you curious about the expected questions for the SLAT exam? Wondering how to tackle them effectively? Get ready to dive into the world of SLAT expected questions and uncover valuable answers to boost your preparation!
Preparing for the SLAT exam requires a comprehensive understanding of the expected questions across different sections.
In this blog, we will explore section-wise SLAT expected questions with detailed answers to help you ace your preparation and increase your chances of success.
From legal reasoning to logical reasoning, general knowledge, analytical reasoning, and English comprehension, we've compiled a list of anticipated questions that will guide you towards achieving your desired score.
This paper's questions analysis is based on the research performed on SLAT 2022 and SLAT 2021 papers. So let's check each section and understand the number of questions that can be asked.
Here is the list of important topics for the logical reasoning section:
Questions are divided into 3 categories under this section
Important topics you must focus on are as follows:
This very important section includes questions based on elementary mathematics and analytical reasoning. Important topics to focus on are as follows:
You will be given passages of 200-300 words on certain topics discussed below. Topics we found in reading comprehension last year are as follows:
Focuses mainly on current affairs. Normally, static GK is not asked, but static GK related to current affairs questions have been asked. Here is a list of important topics you must focus on:
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What is important questions for legal reasoning?
Contract Law, Tort, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Miscellaneous are important for Legal reasoning.