Updated On : July 11, 2023
Symbiosis International University is responsible for conducting the Symbiosis Law Admission Test every year. If you are appearing for SLAT 2024 next year, it is important to review the detailed syllabus.
This post shall walk you through the SLAT Syllabus 2024. Know the important topics you need to prepare for under each section.
As per the exam pattern of SLAT, there are five sections included in the exam - Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and General Knowledge.
|Logical Reasoning||Statement & Assumption, Statement & Arguments, Statement & Conclusion, Statement & Course of Action, Statement & Inference|
|Analytical Reasoning||Algebra, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Odd-Even Discretion|
|Legal Reasoning||Legal terms, Indian Constitution, Law of Contract, Law of Torts|
|General Knowledge||International Events, Current Affairs, Awards and Honours, Static GK|
|Reading Comprehension||Reading Comprehension, vocabulary, grammar|
The reasoning section tests the candidate's analytical ability and ability to identify patterns, correct/logical arguments, and identify logical links. Earlier, 15 questions were asked in this question, but now the number of questions is reduced to 12.
The analytical reasoning section includes a total of 12 questions for 12 marks. You are mainly tested on analytical thinking in this section.
As SLAT is for admission to law courses, you need to be aware of law subjects. The legal Reasoning section tests your knowledge of law concepts.
Legal Reasoning sections consist of three types of questions - Legal Reasoning, Legal Knowledge and Assertion and Reasoning.
Here is the SLAT syllabus for the legal reasoning section:
The SLAT GK sections consist of two parts: Static GK and Current Affairs.
Current Affairs Topics include the following:
Static Gk Topics include the following:
Reading Comprehension includes questions from General English. You are mainly tested on your vocabulary and reading skills.
The English Language comprises three essential sections: Grammar, Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension.
This section aims to test the candidates' English proficiency based on Comprehension of passages and grammar.