KNOW ABOUT VARIOUS ‘LAW ENTRANCE TESTS’

 

For admission into various law schools to secure a degree in law, you must have to take law entrance tests, which contain with multiple choice objective question papres. We will guide you for 5 year integrated course (B.A. LL.B.) as well as 3 year law course (LL.B.) entrance exams such as CLAT, SLAT, LET etc. whose details are given below :

CLAT

Common Law Admission Test, CLAT was a computer based standardized test, conducted offline from 2019, in English, as an entrance examination to National Law Universities (NLUs) in India. The test is conducted once a year in the first week of May and the score validity is of 1 year. Indian nationals and NRIs having passed their higher secondary or the 12th standard examination from a recognized board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC and ST candidates) become eligible for the test for admission to integrated under-graduation programmes in Law. There is an age restriction of 20 years for unreserved/NRIs/ NRI Sponsored categories candidates and 22 years for SC/ST/OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) category candidates. Foreign nationals desirous of taking admission to any course in any of the participating Law Universities may directly contact the concerned  University having seats for them. Students are allocated colleges on the basis of their preferences and ranks obtained. The CLAT scores are used by the NLUs as well as some private law colleges and PSUs. Participating law schools include the following:

 

soma pharmacy COD saturday delivery Name of the NLU Location :

  • National Law School of India University, Bengaluru
  • National Academy of Legal Study and Research University of law (NALSAR), Hyderabad
  • The West Bengal National University of Judicial Sciences, Kolkata
  • National Law University, Jodhpur
  • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
  • Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
  • Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai
  • Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
  • Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow
  • Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab
  • National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
  • Chanakya National Law University, Patna
  • National Law University, Cuttack
  • Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur
  • National Law University and Judicial Academy, Guwahati
  • Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam
  • National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi
  • Tamil Nadu National Law University, Tiruchirappalli
  • Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla
  • Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad.

 

Apart from these, at least 43 other law schools admit students on the basis of CLAT scores.

 

  • Soma Cod Overnight Delivery Conducting authority : One among the 20 National Law Universities (NLUs) by turn each year.
  • Exam mode and type : Objective exam
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Sections : 5 sections:
    • Elementary mathematics or Numerical ability – 20 marks.
    • English with Comprehension – 40 marks
    • General knowledge & Current affairs – 50 marks
    • Legal aptitude & Legal awareness – 50 marks
    • Logical reasoning – 40 marks

 

  • Total marks : 200 marks for 200 multiple choice questions ( for every correct answer, one mark is given and for every wrong answer 0.25 marks are deducted from the total score)
  • Exam category : National
  • Name of the course : BA. LL.B
  • Date of exam : The 2nd Sunday of  May
  • Website : clat.ac.in, https://clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in/
SLAT

Symbiosis Law Admission Test (SLAT) is conducted in English at University level annually by Symbiosis International University for admitting students having passed their XII (10+2) examination from any recognized Board with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for S.C./S.T. candidates). Students who have appeared for their Standard XII final examination and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply, subject to submission of passing certificate at the time of the final admission. Students can be admitted to take admission in its under graduate law courses including B.A. LL.B. & B.B.A. LL.B. in Symbiosis Law School in Noida, Pune and Hyderabad, any one for which application is done by candidates. Announcement of final merit list is done on the basis of 50% score weightage and 50% PI-WAT. The total intake is 300 seats [inclusive of 180 seats of BB.A.LL.B. (Hons.) and 120 seats of B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)].

  • Conducting authority : Symbiosis International University
  • Exam mode and type : Online test, Objective
  • Duration : 150 minutes
  • Sections and no. of questions : 150 questions of 1 mark each. Sections:
    • Logical reasoning
    • Legal reasoning,
    • Analytical Reasoning,
    • Reading Comprehension and
    • General Knoweldege
  • Total marks :150 marks
  • Name of the course : B.B.A. LL.B., B.A.LL.B.
  • Date of exam : Held in May annually
  • Website: set-test.org

 

AILET

All India Law Entrance Test is a national level examination conducted annually by National Law University, Delhi for candidates below 21 years of age (less than 23 in case of SC/ST candidates), having passed their higher secondary examination from recognized boards with at least 50% marks. There is no entrance examination fee for SC/ST candidates below the poverty line. There is no age limit for candidates.

  • Conducting authority : National Law University,
  • Exam mode  : Objective 
  • Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Sections and no. of questions : 150 multiple choice questions.
    • English- 35 marks
    • G.K. (Current affairs, General science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics.)- 35 questions.
    • Elementary Mathematics (Numerical ability)- 10 questions.
    • Legal Aptitude- 35 questions.
    • Logical & analytical reasoning- 35 questions.
  • Total marks : 150 marks
  • Exam category : National
  • Name of the course : B.A.LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D
  • Date of exam : First week of May
  • Website : https://nludelhi.ac.in
LSAT

Law School Admission Test (for India) – LSAT is conducted annually for use by law schools in India. It is a standardized test of reading and reasoning skills designed by the USA based Law School Admission Council (LSAC), for which candidates must register online. Indian nationals having qualified 12th board examination from a recognized board are eligible to apply for undergraduate law programmes. More than 85 institutes participate in this process and prepare a merit list for admitting qualifying candidates. Pearson VUE administers LSAT India for admissions into Indian Law Schools.

  • Conducting authority : Law School Admission Council
  • Exam mode  : Objective 
  • Duration : 2 hours 20 minutes
  • Sections and no. of questions : 100 questions and no negative marking. The exam will cover 3 parts: Analytical reasoning, Logical reasoning and Reading Comprehension. Logical Reasoning is further divided into two parts. The question paper, therefore, is divided into 4 parts.
  • Exam category : National
  • Courses : B.A. LL.B. and LL.B.
  • Date of exam : May end

 

 

IPU CET

This Common Entrance Test is conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) at various exam centres, to admit students to its undergraduate courses at as many as 8 colleges affiliated to GGSIPU, having 1700 B.A.LL.B. seats and 660 B.B.A. LL.B. seats. Candidates with 10+2 board examination qualification from a recognized institution with English as a compulsory language and at least 50 % aggregate marks are eligible to take the test. The University admission council allots seats to the candidates based on their mark and preferred choice.

  • Conducting authority : Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.
  • Exam mode  : Offline
  • Duration : 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Sections and no. of questions :150 questions of 4 marks
  • General English,
  • General Awareness,
  • Analytical and Logical Reasoning, &
  • Legal Aptitude.
  • Total marks : 600 with negative marking of 1 mark.
  • Exam category : National
  • Course : Undergraduate programmes – B.A.LL.B., B.B.A.LL.B..
  • Date of exam : Early in May
  • Website : ipu.ac.in

 

LET

Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) is conducted on a national level by Lloyd Law College, Delhi/NCR, for admission to 5 year and 3 year programmes, for which candidates must apply online. Admissions are made based on merit based result of the test and personal interview of the candidate who must be below 25 years of age and who must have passed a senior school certificate examination with at least 45% marks in aggregate in case of general category, and 40% for SC/ST category candidates in case of undergraduate courses. Candidates are admitted to 320 seats for B.A.LL.B. 5 year course.

  • Conducting authority : Lloyd Law College
  • Exam mode  : Objective 
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions : 150 multiple choice questions of 1 mark each (no negative marking).

For 5 years course :

  • G.K. and current affairs – 30 marks
  • English including Comprehension – 30 marks
  • Mathematics – 25 marks
  • Logical Reasoning – 25 marks
  • Legal Aptitude &Legal awareness – 40 marks

For 3 years course :

  • G.K. and current affairs – 35 marks
  • English Comprehension – 40 marks
  • Legal Aptitude and legal awareness – 35 marks
  • Analytical abilities – 40 marks
  • Total marks :150 marks
  • Name of the course : BA. LL.B.
  • Date of exam : May end
  • Website : llyodlawcollege.edu.in

 

MHCET

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for Law is a computer based state level entrance examination conducted in English & Marathi for admission to law colleges in Maharashtra. Indian nationals are eligible to take this test. For LL.B 5 year integrated programmes candidate needs to have passed 12th standard or equivalent examination from a recognized board, with at least 45% marks in case of general category and at least 40% in case of SC or ST candidates. Candidates can apply online for this test. Candidates are allocated seats in colleges of Maharashtra according to the preferences entered by them in CET option form after exam results and their rankings. The test consists of following sections For 5 years LL.B integrated programmes CET :

  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning – 40 marks
  • General knowledge and current affairs – 30 marks
  • Logical and analytical reasoning – 40 marks
  • English – 30 marks
  • Mathematical Aptitude – 10 marks.

 

  • Conducting authority : State Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Maharashtra.
  • Exam mode and type : Online and Objective
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • No of questions: 150
  • Total marks : 150, 1 mark for each question, no negative marking
  • Exam category : Maharashtra state
  • Name of the course: LL.B , B.A. LL.B.
  • Website: http://cetcell.mahacet.org/
UL-SAT
  • Conducting authority : College of legal studies, UPES, Dehradun
  • Exam mode and type : Online and Objective
  • Duration : 3 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions : 150 questions.
    • Quantitative and numerical ability.
    • Language Comprehension.
    • Logical Reasoning.
    • Legal General Knowledge and Legal Aptitude.
  • Exam category : University
  • Course : Undergraduate courses
  • Website : https://www.upes.ac.in/
BLAT-BHU
  • Conducting authority : Banaras Hindu University
  • Exam mode : Objective 
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions : 150 questions of 3 marks each.
    • General awareness and current affairs.
    • Common legal knowledge.
    • English Comprehension.
    • Aptitude and mental ability.
  • Total marks : 450 marks (no negative marking)
  • Exam category : University
  • Course : B.A. LL.B
  • Date of exam : May/June
  • Website : bhuonline.in
AMU
  • Conducting authority : School of law, Aligarh Muslim
  • Exam mode and type : Objective and Subjective (offline)
  • Sections and no. of questions: Undergraduate course – 75 objective and 10 short answer. Postgraduate course – 20.
  • Total marks : 100 marks
  • Exam category : University level
  • Website : amucontrollerexams.com
Christ university CET
  • Conducting authority : Christ University
  • Exam mode  : objective
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions :120 questions of 1 mark each.
    • English language Comprehension skills& verbal
    • G.K. & Current Affairs.
    • Quantitative aptitude, numerical ability &Fundamental Mathematical Operations.
    • Critical, Analytical and Logical Reasoning.
    • Data analysis and interpretation.
  • Total marks : 120 marks (0.25 negative marking)
  • Exam category : University
  • Course : undergraduate course
  • Website : christuniversity.in
DU LLB
  • Conducting authority : Faculty of Law, Delhi University
  • Exam mode  : objective
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions : 100 questions of 4 marks each. Sections:
    • Part A – English Language comprehension, G.K. and current affairs, reasoning and analytical abilities.
    • Part B – Legal Awareness and aptitude. PG- will include questions related to constitutional law of India, Jurisprudence, Law of Contracts, sale of goods, Law of torts, Consumer Protection, Family Law, Public International Law, Criminal Law, Company Law and Partnership, Intellectual Property Rights, Cyber Law, Environment Law, Contemporary legal issues.
  • Total marks : 400 marks (negative marking of 1 mark)
  • Exam category : University level.
JMI
  • Conducting authority : Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia University.
  • Exam mode  : Objective
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions : 100 questions of 1 mark each
  • Total marks : 100, with negative marking.
    • General English including Comprehension.
    • G.K. & Current affairs.
    • Legal Aptitude
    • Logical Reasoning.
    • Elementary mathematics.

 

 

ILI CAT –Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test

This exam is conducted in Delhi only, on an annual basis.

 

  • Conducting authority: Indian Law Institute (ILI)
  • Exam mode : Objective and Subjective
  • Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes
  • Sections and no. of questions: 144 questions of 1 mark each in Part A&B and of 4 marks each in Part C.
    • Part A- English language & General Knowledge
    • Part B-Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, IPC, Public International Law, Commercial Law (Contract and Special Relief Act, Partnership and Goods Act), Law of Torts, Law of Limitation and Environmental law.
    • Part C- Legal Writing Skills.
  • Total marks:160 marks (0.25 negative marking in Part A and Part B)
  • Exam category: University level

Website: http://ili.ac.in/

KLEE- Kerala Law Entrance Exam
  • Conducting authority : Commission of Entrance Examination (CEE)
  • Exam mode : Objective
  • Duration : 3 hours
  • Sections and no. of questions : 200 questions of 3 marks each.
    • General English
    • G.K.
    • Aptitude for Legal Studies.
  • Total marks : 600 marls (negative marking of 1 mark)
  • Exam category : Kerala state level exam
  • Website : http://www.cee-kerala.org/
LAT/LFAT/AU
  • Conducting authority: Allahabad University
  • Exam mode and type: UG – Objective. PG – Objective and Subjective. (Offline)
  • Duration: UG – 2 hours
  •  Sections and no. of questions :

UG – Part I & II -100 questions of 1 mark each, Part III – 50 questions of 2 marks each. PG – 56 of 62 questions to be answered. Sections: UG-Paper I for language comprehension, Paper II for G.K. and Current Affairs and Paper III for mental, logical  and  legal aptitude.

  • Total marks : UG – 200 (negative marking of 1/3rd of marks for part I & II and 2/3rd of the marks for part III) PG- 300 (negative marking of 2/3rd marks in part A only.)
  • Name of the course : LAT- LL.B., LFAT- B.A.LL.B., AU- L.L.M.
  • Website : http://www.auadmissions.com
KIITEE
  • Conducting authority: Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology
  • Exam mode and type: Objective and Online
  • Total duration: 3 hours
  • Total questions and marking scheme: 120 questions. Correct answer option will be awarded four marks and for any wrong attempt, one mark will be deducted from the total scored marks, following a negative-marking policy
  • Website : http://kiitee.kiit.ac.in
AILLET
  • Conducting authority: Delhi NLU
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Exam mode and type: Objective and Online & Offline
  • Sections and no. of questions: 5 sections-

         English, GK, Legal Aptitude, Maths, Logical Reasoning

        Total Marks: 150

TS LAWCET & TS PGLCET
  • Conducting authority: Osmania University, Hyderabad on behalf of TSCHE
  • Exam mode and type: Online and objective
  • Sections and no. of questions: 120 questions.

GK, Current Affairs and Legal Aptitude.

.  Total marks: 120

 

ACLAT
  • Conducting authority: Alliance University
  • Sections and no. of questions: 200 questions

 

          General Awareness, Legal Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, Numerical Ability,              Language Proficiency

    .  Total marks: 200

AP LAW CET & AP PGLCET
  • Conducting authority: Shri Krushnadevraya University
  • Sections and no. of questions: 120 questions

         General Knowledge, Current Affairs and Legal Aptitude.

     .Total marks:120

 

CUSAT
  • Conducting authority: Kochin University of Science and Technology
  • Exam mode and type: Online and objective
  •  Total questions : 150

 

  • Total marks: Each question for 3 marks. So, total marks=450

Marking Scheme: Three marks will be awarded for every correct response and one mark will be deducted from the total score for every wrong answer. Marking more than one options will be treated as wrong response. The negative marking policy will be applicable in such question even if one of the selected answers is correct.

 

RULET
  • Conducting authority: University of Rajasthan
  • Exam mode: Subjective & objective
  • Duration: 120 Minutes
  • Section: It will be comprised of five sections i.e. language ability, legal reasoning, general knowledge, general science and social studies.
  • Website: uniraj.ac.in
HPNET
  • Conducting authority: Himachal Pradesh National University of Law
  • Exam mode :  Objective 0.25 negative marking
  • Duration: 120 minutes
  • Total marks: 150

  

LPU NEST
  • Conducting authority: Lovely Professional University
  • Conducting: No negative marking
  • Website: lpu.in