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Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) 2020 to be held in Remotely Proctored Test Mode on August 29

Sukriti Vajpayee
Sukriti VajpayeeUpdated On: July 14, 2020 02:19 pm IST

Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) is a law entrance examination conducted by Lloyd Law College (LLC) every year. All the details of LET 2020 along with its new dates and admission process are provided here.

Lloyd Entrance Test

Lloyd Entrance Test, abbreviated as LET, is an entrance examination that is conducted by the Lloyd Law College in order to admit students to its undergraduate law courses. LET is taken annually and is mandatory for every student who aims to get a seat into Lloyd Law College which is one of the best law colleges in India. The UG law courses that are offered at LLC are B.A. LL.B (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law) and LL.B (Bachelor of Law). While BA LLB is completed in five years, the duration of LLB is only three years. However, the eligibility criteria for both of these courses are different from each other.

This article contains all the information regarding Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) 2020. Students who are aspiring to make a career in the field of law and are considering taking admission at the Lloyd Law College must go through all the details mentioned here.

LET 2020: Quick Overview

Law aspirants seeking admission to LLB or the integrated law course of BA LLB at Lloyd Law College must refer to the table given below in order to get an understanding of the Lloyd Entrance Test (LET) 2020. All the basic details and information about the entrance examination have been provided to give students an insight into the exam.

Note: LET 2020 will be conducted online in the remotely proctored test mode due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the country.



Name of the Exam

Lloyd Entrance Test

Acronym of the Exam


Frequency of the Exam

Once a Year

Examination Type


Mode of the Exam

Offline but will be an Online Remotely Proctored Test for LET 2020

Duration of the Exam

120 minutes (2 hours)

Total Questions in the Exam


Maximum Marks


Marking Scheme

+1 for every correct answer, no negative marking

LET 2020 Important Dates

Staying updated with the important dates of LET 2020 is extremely essential because it helps candidates in knowing by when do they have to complete all formalities. This section covers all the LET 2020 important dates that every applicant must be aware of. The Lloyd Law College sets particular deadlines for every task of the admission process and candidates are to abide by those dates. Those who fail to successfully complete every formality before the last date set for it are not allowed to appear for further rounds of LET admission process and they are not considered for admission.

Note: The dates of LET 2020 have been changed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Lloyd Law College has released new dates with respect to the nationwide lockdown. The application process of LET 2020 has also been extended. The updated schedule of LET 2020 has been given below.



Commencement of Application Process

5 January 2020

Last Date to Submit Application Forms

30 July 2020 (Extended from 30 March 2020)

Release of LET 2020 Admit Card

26 August 2020 (Rescheduled from 13 May 2020)

LET 2020 Exam Date

29 August 2020 (Rescheduled from 16 May 2020)

Announcement of LET 2020 Results

To be Declared

LET 2020: Courses Offered and Seat Intake

The entrance exam of LET allows students to take admission to its undergraduate law courses. The programmes offered at Lloyd Law College in which candidates can get admission after they appear for LET 2020 are BA LLB and LLB. The eligibility criteria for both of these programmes are different and candidates must check them before applying. The seat intake of these UG law programmes of Lloyd Law College has been given in the table below.

Name of the Course

Seat Intake


300 Seats


300 Seats

LET Eligibility Criteria 2020

Before applying for the Lloyd Entrance Test 2020, candidates must check if they meet the eligibility criteria for the respective course in which they seek admission or not. Any candidate who fills the application form but fails to prove that he/ she qualifies the eligibility criteria will be barred from the admission process of Lloyd Law College. The conditions of eligibility for both the courses of Lloyd Law College have been given in detail below.

Lloyd Law College B.A. LL.B Eligibility Criteria 2020

  • In order to be eligible for BA LLB at Lloyd Law College, the candidate must have completed his/ her education up to the Higher Secondary School or Intermediate Examination or its equivalent.
  • The school from which the student completes his/ her class 12th must be affiliated to any central or state board of education.
  • It is mandatory for the student to have scored passing marks in the final exams of all the subjects that he/ she has undertaken at the 10 + 2 level.
  • The aggregate marks secured by the applicant in class 12th must not be less than 45 per cent. Some relaxation is given to the students who are recognised under the reserved categories as per the rules and regulations of the Government of India. Candidates belonging to the OBC category should have scored at least 42 per cent marks and those who come under the reserved categories of SC and ST must have a minimum of 40 per cent aggregate marks.
  • Those students who have given their board examinations of class 12th and are awaiting results are also eligible to appear for the test. However, their admission will be subject to submitting proof of qualifying the eligibility criteria later on. The candidate must have passed his/ her qualifying examination at the time of admission and will be asked to get the documents verified once the results are out.
  • All the offers of admission through LET 2020 will be provisional and subject to the approval of the Chaudhary Charan Singh University.

Lloyd Law College LL.B Eligibility Criteria 2020

  • The eligibility criteria for LLB at Lloyd Law College state that the candidate has to complete his education up to the graduation level in the pattern of 10 + 2 + 3.
  • Candidates who have an undergraduate degree in any discipline are allowed to apply for the course.
  • The university or college from which they obtain their bachelor degree must be approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
  • The students who belong to the general category must have scored at least 45 per cent marks in graduation when taken in aggregate. Candidates of OBC categories are required to have a minimum of 42 per cent aggregate marks and those who fall under the categories of SC and ST should have scored no less than 40 per cent marks in aggregate.
  • Students who are appearing in the final exams of their undergraduate can also apply provided they fulfil the other eligibility criteria. They will be required to submit proof of their eligibility once the results are declared.
  • All the offers of admission through LET 2020 will be provisional and subject to the approval of the Chaudhary Charan Singh University.

Also Read:List of Law Courses in India - Top LLB Courses, Admission Process, Fees

LET 2020 Subjects and Distribution of Marks

Performing well in an examination depends a lot on how well the candidate understands the exam pattern. If the test taker is well versed with the syllabus of LET and knows the kind of questions that are asked in the exam, the chances of him/ her scoring will increase significantly. Knowing the distribution of marks is also helpful before appearing for the exam. Candidates can chalk out their preparation strategy according to the exam pattern, subjects asked, and the distribution of marks in each section. The table given below provides information about LET 2020 subjects and distribution of marks.

LET 2020 for BA LLB


Total Number of Questions

Total Marks

General Knowledge and Current Affairs



English (Including Comprehension)



Logical Reasoning






Legal Aptitude and Legal Awareness






LET 2020 for LLB


Total Number of Questions

Total Marks

General Awareness and Current Affairs



Analytical Abilities



Legal Aptitude and Legal Awareness



English Language Comprehension






LET 2020 Best Books

LET 2020 test comprises questions on English, Legal Aptitude, Analytical Reasoning, GK and Current Affairs & Mathematics. Candidates seeking admission in the undergraduate law courses of Lloyd Law College need to prepare through best books of LET 2020 and solve numerous sample papers of LET 2020 in order to crack the entrance exam. Check out the best books of LET 2020 mentioned below that you can pick up for starting the preparation for LET 2020.

English Language Comprehension

The English language section will contain questions based on Sentence correction, Sentence completion, Grammar, Vocabulary, Idioms and Phrases, Reading Comprehension, para jumbled, Antonyms and synonyms. Check out the books you can go through in order to ace this section.

  • 30 days to a Faster Vocabulary by Norman Lewis
  • Objective English for Competitive Examination by Tata McGraw Hill
  • Objective General English by S P Bakshi
  • High School English Grammar & Composition by Wren and Martin
  • Quick Learning Objective General English by RS Aggarwal

Analytical Reasoning

The analytical reasoning section will consist of questions from Critical Reasoning, Blood Relations, Series, Directions, Analogy and Syllogism. For establishing a good score in analytical reasoning do go through the books mentioned below.

  • Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning by M K Pandey
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning by A K Gupta

Legal Awareness & Legal Aptitude

While preparing for the legal aptitude section go through topics such as Legal Facts, Legal Word Meanings, Legal Propositions, Legal Phrases, Public Interest Litigations, The Constitution of India, and Judiciary. You can also pick up the books enlisted below to ensure a good score in the legal aptitude of LET 2020.

  • Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning by Pearson
  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by A P Bhardwaj
  • Complete Guide to Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning by Abhishek Krishna Gupta


For scoring good marks in the mathematics section, candidates must prepare from the topics Geometry and Coordinate Geometry, Statistics and Probability, Linear and Quadratic Equations, Probability, Percentage, Algebra, Numbers, Trigonometry, Mensuration and Ratios. You can take the help of the books mentioned below in order to make your concepts clear and increase your speed.

  • Fast Track Objective Arithmetic by Arihant
  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by RS Agarwal
  • Mathematics – A Complete Guide by Suraj, Rashmi

GK and Current Affairs

The general knowledge and current affairs section are very vast. Questions can arise from any domain. Candidates have to attempt questions on General Awareness of Politics, History, Environment, Science and Technology, Economics and Current affairs around the world. For preparing for GK and Current Affairs you can go through the study material mentioned below.

  • General Knowledge 2019-2020 by Disha Experts
  • Lucent’s Objective GK 2020
  • General Knowledge 2020 by Arihant Express
  • Newspapers like The Indian Express, The Hindu, Economic Times, The Telegraph etc.

Lloyd Law College Admission Process 2020

While Lloyd Entrance Test comprising an important part of the admission process of Lloyd Law College, it is not the only mode through which students are selected for admission to the institute. Once the candidates are shortlisted after they appear for LET 2020, they will be required to go through another round for finalising their admission. The Lloyd Entrance Test is followed by a round of Personal Interview (PI) for which students have to mandatorily appear. The candidature of students who miss the PI round will be cancelled by the admission authorities of the college. The personal interview is conducted to assess the knowledge of the applicant and conduct a more scrutinised and finer selection process. The final selection of candidates at Lloyd Law College depends on LET and PI both. A merit list is prepared by the institute in which weightage is given to the candidate's performance in both the rounds.

Also Read: List of Popular Law Entrance Exams in India

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