ALL INDIA LAW ENTRANCE TEST (AILET)
All India Law Entrance Test popularly known as AILET is conducted for the admission in National Law University, Delhi. After clearing AILET candidates are eligible for B.A L.L.B (Hons.), L.L.M and Ph.D programme on merit basis. Numbers of seats are mentioned below:
EXAM SCHEDULE AND DATES
|AILET 2018 SCHEDULE||DATE|
|AILET 2018 Registration closes on||7/APRIL/2018|
|AILET 2018 exam date for BBA course||6/MAY/2018 from 3:00pm to 4:30 pm|
AILET EXAM PATTERN
- AILET Exam is divided into 5 sections.
- All 5 sections are compulsory to attend.
- Mode of Exam is offline.
- Exam will have 150 Multiple Choice questions (MCQ).
- Each correct question contains 1 mark.
- Total marks for AILET Exam is 150.
- Duration of exam is 1 hour 30 min.
|SECTION||NUMBER OF QUESTIONS||TOTAL MARKS|
English Syllabus: The English section will comprise of 35 questions from comprehension passages , synonyms, antonyms, choosing correct words, idioms and phrases, jumble words and sentences, fill-in the blanks, etc. The unseen passages will be tailed by questions related to the passage. The English section is meant to test the language skill and vocabulary of the candidates.
General Knowledge Syllabus: The 35 questions of General Knowledge will cover the topics such as History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics and Current Affairs of the past one year. This section will assess your knowledge of the recent happenings and awareness of the world.
Basic Mathematics Syllabus: This section will have 10 questions to test the numerical ability of candidates. The Mathematics questions will be set from 10th and 12th level, of various topics including Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Algebra, Average, Permutation and Combination and Venn Diagrams.
Legal Aptitude Syllabus: The section will majorly test your interest towards study of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. The 35 questions will be framed on legal propositions and set of facts satisfying the propositions. The propositions may not be true in real sense and you will have to assume the true proposition based on the set of facts and answer the questions accordingly.
Reasoning Syllabus: There shall be as many as 35 questions testing your logical and analytical reasoning skills. You will come across some questions with passages and the reasoning questions will be framed on the information provided in the passages