AILET 2019 Exam

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About AILET 2019

National Law University, Delhi (NLU-D) conducts All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for aspirants of law in India every year. After cracking the exam, students can take admission to Five Year BA LLB (Hons.) programme and One Year LLM offered by NLU Delhi. The process of admission is completely merit-based, as candidates are shortlisted based on their AILET scores. All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is usually conducted in the month of May every year. Next year, AILET is going to be conducted on May 5, 2019 for admission to the five-year integrated undergraduate and post-graduate law programmes. 

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AILET 2019 Eligibility Criteria

One of the most important things that candidates should do before applying for the entrance exam is to check the eligibility criteria of AILET. The conditions to become eligible to take the exam may include age limit, nationality, educational qualifications, reservation policy, etc.

Following are some of the important eligibility norms:

  • Candidates appearing for 10+2 examination and candidates who have cleared 10+2 examination or equivalent can apply for AILET. Candidates with result awaited should carry requisite documents at time of written test of AILET.

  • Aggregate not less than 50% in the Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) is mandatory.

  • Candidates who fall under the Foreign Nationals category will have to fulfill the prescribed academic qualifications as mentioned by the university. They are free from taking the admission test unlike the other students.

  • There is no age limit.

  • For B.A. L.L.B it is important for students to score minimum of 40% marks in AILET. For SC/ST applicants the minimum marks is reduced to 30%.

  • For L.L.M. Programme, the candidate’s AILET marks should be minimum of 50% if he/she falls in the general category and 40% in case of SC/ST category. 

B.A. L.L.B.(Hons.)

50% marks in Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) or equivalent examination.

L.L.M. Programme

55% for General Category and 55% for reserved categories (SC/ST/Persons with Disability) in LL.B or an equivalent degree from a recognized University.

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AILET 2019 Syllabus

Candidates should be aware of the syllabus before they start their preparation for the exam. Following is the detailed syllabus that the candidates must go through.

English including Comprehensive:

This section is to judge the candidates’ proficiency in English. Comprehension Passage, Sentence Correction, Fill in the Blanks, Synonyms, Antonyms and Para Jumble are the topics covered in this section.

General Knowledge and Current Affairs:

Static GK, Current Affairs, Economy, Science and History are the sub-sections of this category. This is basically designed to test the general awareness of the test takers.

Mathematics:

This category deals in seven elementary sections. These sections are – Ration and Proportion, Percentages and Averages, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Simple and Compound Interest, Number System and Speed Distance and Time.

Legal Aptitude:

Legal Principles, Constitution, Current Legal News, Environmental Law, Family Law, Criminal Law and Corporate Law are the topics covered in this subject.

Logical Reasoning:

There are nine topics in this section, including Blood Relations, Critical Reasoning, Statements and Conclusion, Statement and Assumption, Directions, Number and Letter Series, Coding, Syllogisms and Word Formation.

FAQs

1. Is there any Negative marking?

There is no negative marking.

2. How to understand the type of question?

Go through previous years' question papers for guidance and understanding of the subject matter in a more clear way.

3. What should be your preparation strategy one week before the exam?

Make a schedule or a chart to know what subject matters you are through with and what topics need revision. Allocate your revision time as per the topics you have to cover and go on ticking them off once you are done. 

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AILET 2019 Exam Pattern

The AILET 2019 exam pattern gives students an idea of how the paper will be framed. National Law University, Delhi administered All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2019 exam pattern comprises of the number of questions, total marks, exam mode, test duration and marking scheme.

Subjects like English, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, and Legal Aptitude are covered in the B.A. L.L.B. exam. AILET for L.L.M. covers topics like Law of Torts, Business Laws, and Family Laws. Apart from these, the paper pattern also helps the candidates know what things should be kept in mind before and during the exam.

Following are some features of AILET 2019 Exam Pattern:

  • The mode of examination will be pen & paper based (offline).

  • The duration of the examination will 1 hour and 30 minutes.

  • The total number of marks will be 150.

  • The total number of questions will be 150 for B.A LL.B and 100 questions with 1 essay for LLM.

  • The medium of answering the paper is English.

  • The paper will have objective type questions.

  • There will be a total of 5 sections in the paper. Attempting questions from each section is mandatory.

Highlights of AILET Exam:

Examination Mode

Offline

Total No. of Questions

B.A LLB :- 150 questions

LLM :- 100 questions with 1 essay

Total Marks

150 marks

 Duration of Examination

90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)

Nature of Questions

Objective Type

Marking Scheme

+1 for correct answer and 0.25 for incorrect answer

Break-up of AILET 2019 Exam Pattern for B.A LL.B:

Sections

Topics

No. of Questions

Marks

General Knowledge

5

35

35

English

6

35

35

Logical Reasoning

9

35

35

Elementary Mathematics

7

10

10

Legal Aptitude

7

35

35

Break-up of AILET 2019 Exam Pattern for LLM: 

  • There will be 100 objective type questions and an essay that needs to be answered.

  • The subjects are :

    • Law of Contracts

    • Law of Torts

    • Criminal Law

    • Constitutional Law and Legal Theory

  • There will be 100 marks for all above-mentioned subjects and the essay will carry 50 marks.

AILET 2019 Marking Scheme:

  • Every correct answer will be awarded 1 mark.

  • For every incorrect answer, 0.25 mark will be deducted.

  • For unattempted questions, there will be no negative marking. 

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AILET 2018 Exam Analysis

National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) conducted All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2018 on May 6, 2018 (Sunday) from 3 PM to 4.30 PM. Approximately 18,000 candidates appeared for the paper-pencil based test in 40 exam centres across 21 cities of India. 

The maximum marks for a student to score in the examination are 150. Candidates who secure minimum cut-off marks get admission in Ph.D., LLM and B.A. LLB programmes offered by NLUs across the country. After the test was conducted, we received mixed reactions from students regarding the AILET question paper. While some candidates found AILET 2018 to be tough, some others found it to be of moderate difficulty level. 

This year, the exam threw several surprises, but the biggest of them was in the AILET exam pattern, which had a negative marking of 0.25 marks.

According to exam experts, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate while the section-wise difficulty level was moderate to tough. 

This year, Mathematics turned out to be the toughest section as it comprised of questions that had never been seen before.

In General Knowledge, the questions were based on the events as recent as those happened in the month of May. This section in the paper required students to keep themselves updated with the latest happenings.

The English section had more questions related to idioms, grammatical errors, and General English. This year, this section had no Reading Comprehension passages, which were present in the paper last year.

Students found the Legal Aptitude section comprising of Legal General Knowledge questions quite easy. AILET 2018 takers found the Legal Reasoning questions tough to answer as the paper was quite lengthy.

With the introduction of negative marking of 0.25 marks for wrong answers, the cut-off for AILET 2018 could be around the range of 90-92 marks.

AILET answer key 2018 will be out on May 7 and AILET results 2018 will be announced on May 24. Based on the results, candidates will be shortlisted for the counselling process conducted by NLU Delhi for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes.

AILET 2017 Exam Analysis

National Law University, Delhi conducted All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2017 on May 7 in 20 test centres across the country. The examination started at 3:00 PM, and continued until 4.30 PM.

After the examination, some of the experts were of the opinion that the AILET 2017 was difficult compared to other law entrance examinations like LSAT India and CLAT. AILET 2017 was difficult, and the experts termed it as the toughest paper since 2013.

After taking the examination, students expressed their dissatisfaction, as they were not able to attempt all the questions on time. Most of the students felt that the paper was lengthy and tough. They were of the opinion that 90 minutes were not sufficient to answer 150 questions.

Even though the paper was difficult, students hoped that the cut-offs would be lower as compared to the previous year.

A student who appeared for the exam said that the G.K and Logical Reasoning sections were a little difficult while English was easy. The Legal Aptitude section was also on the easier side. However, he faced difficulty in managing the time.

Another student expressed that she was not able to complete the Mathematics section, and left most of the questions. She also expressed that GK and Logical Reasoning were tough. Managing time became a challenging task during the examination, she added.

One of the examinees gave a mixed reaction on the paper. He said that the paper was neither difficult nor easy, terming it as average. All the questions were tough except English. He was unable to complete all the sections on time.

From the above opinions, it is evident that the nature of questions consumed more time due to which students failed to answer all the questions.

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How to Prepare for AILET 2019

Preparing for an entrance exam can be a tough task if you don't have an exact idea of what and how to prepare. For any examination, it is important for students to study the subject matter well. For AILET, candidates should have a good hold on selected subject matters, especially on legal terms and phrases.

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is one of the most popular law entrance exams. It is going to be conducted by National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) on 5th May, 2019 (Sunday) for admissions into five-year integrated undergraduate and two-year postgraduate law programmes. The main aim of conducting AILET is to organise advanced studies and promote research in all branches of law. AILET covers questions from five major areas, including English, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics.For all those who are appearing for AILET 2019, having complete knowledge about AILET 2019 syllabus and AILET 2019 exam pattern beforehand is essential in the process of preparation. 

If you want to be more organised and confident about your preparation, then here are some pointers that may help:

Time Table:

Making a timetable is not a bad idea. It actually helps to solve the riddle of what to study first. Divide your time in a way that all your subject matters are covered properly.

Practice:

‘Practice makes a man perfect’, is the apt proverb for the preparation of AILET. The more you practice the more you know the subject matter. This will also help you manage the time taken to solve a selected section or the entire paper.

Previous Years' Papers:

This will help you gain an idea about the types of questions that can appear in the actual exam. Sometimes, it can also serve to be a good guess material too. There are probable chances of questions getting matched. Solve these papers with timers on so that you may get an idea of how much time you are taking to solve the paper. This in a way will help you manage your time in a proper way and check the time taken to solve a particular section.

Reference Books/Materials:

There are a number of books and reference materials that can really serve to be a good source of information for the AILET applicants. These books have sections divided in the way you will see in your question paper.

Coaching Centers:

One of the most common ways of preparation these days is to join reputed coaching centers. With the help of coaching institutes, you can easily get an idea of all the types of questions and answers that can come in the exam.

Important Instructions

  • Personal items like mobile phones, electronic watches, calculator and other electronic devices should not be carried at the time of examination.

  • Carrying Admit Card along with valid ID Proof is a must on the day of the examination.

  • Applicant should also carry pencil, eraser, blue/black ball point pen, and their photographs.

  • Candidates should not carry any unauthorised documents.

  • Candidates should reach at least an hour before the commencement of the examination,

  • Those appearing for the exam should keep themselves hydrated and eat light but filling food.

Best Books for AILET Preparation 2019

English

Objective General English by S P Bakshi

CAT guide for English by Arun Sharma

Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis

Objective English for Competitive Examination by Tata McGraw Hill

Quick Learning Objective General English by RS Aggarwal

High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin

General Knowledge & Current Affairs

Manorama Yearbook

Manthan

Pratiyogita Darpan

Lucent’s General Knowledge

General Knowledge

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Mathematics (Numerical Ability)

Class Notes by Rakesh Yadav

Arihant’s Fast Track Objective Arithmetic

Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by RS Agarwal

Magical Book on Quicker Maths by M Tyra

Legal Aptitude

Universal's Guide to CLAT & LLB Entrance Examination

Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning for CLAT and LLB Entrance Examinations

Legal Aptitude for the CLAT and other Law Entrance Examinations

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Logical Reasoning

A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Agarwal

Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal

Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey

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AILET 2019 Result

National Law University (NLU), Delhi will announce the AILET 2019 result. The result of AILET 2019 can be viewed on the official website of NLU Delhi. In order to check AILET 2019 result for LLM course, candidates will be required to provide details such as their name and date of birth or roll number.

How to Check AILET Result 2019 for BA LLB (Hons)

  • Visit the official website of the exam.

  • Under AILET Result section, you will see that the results for BA LLB (Hons) course have been announced for candidates category-wise, roll number wise and marks wise.

  • Click on the results and you will see PDF files with relevant information on results.

  • Download the PDFs for future reference.

AILET 2019 Cut-off

AILET 2019 cut-off is expected to be released along with AILET 2019 results. NLU-Delhi will finalise the cut-off list and release the admission date for the students in the first list. After the admission confirmation of the first list, the university will announce the second list along with the counselling date for the second list students. Cut-off marks is the minimum marks that the candidates should secure in AILET 2019 in order to take admission in NLU-D.

It is important for candidates to meet the cut-off score in order to secure seats in NLU-D. The cut-off marks for B.A. L.L.B.(Hons.) and L.L.M. will be different and will also vary in the number of seat availability in the University. AILET 2019 cut-off for students in different categories like General, SC/ST, OBC, PwD and Kashmir Migrants will also vary depending upon the admission criteria of the university. Cut-offs for AILET 2019 will be published on the university's official website post the exam result.

Mentioned below is the previous year cut-off list of AILET :

Category

BA LLB Programme

LLM Programme

General

106-111

76-81

SC

87-92

56-61

ST

82-87

52-57

PwD

77-82

52-56

Kashmiri Migrants

72-76

(-)

Other

(-)

52-56

Note: The cut-off is based on last year's prediction and had been taken from various sources.

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AILET 2019 Counselling Process

The counselling list will be announced after the declaration of the result in the last week of May 2019 for B.A LLB and in the first week of July for LLM. The list of candidates shortlisted for AILET Counselling will be available on the official website of NLU-D in a PDF format. The selected candidates will get an admission letter from the University.

Spot Counselling list will be announced after the confirmation of the first list candidates. Counselling for each course will take place separately. Selected students will have to pay the admission-cum-counselling fee in order to reserve a seat for admission in NLU-D. At the time of counselling, the candidate must carry relevant documents with himself/herself. These documents include Admission Letter, Scorecard, Admit Card, self-attested 10th and 12th mark sheets, Character and Transfer Certificate issued by the last attended school, Demand Draft of 50,000 drawn in favour of ‘The Registrar, National Law University, Delhi’ payable at New Delhi.   

Important Dates for AILET 2019 Counselling

Events

 Dates (Tentative)

AILET Result 2019

4th week of May 2019

Last Date for depositing Fee for the First Merit List Students

June 2019

Spot Counselling

June 2019

Last Date for depositing Fee for the Spot Counselling Students

July 2019

Interview of Selected Candidates

Last Week of July 2019

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AILET 2019 Admit Card

AILET 2019 admit card will be issued by the National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) in the 3rd week of April 2019. The admit card will be available in online mode on the official website of the exam conducting authority for all the applicants. Candidates can download their AILET admit card 2019, by entering their name or application number and their date of birth.

AILET admit card 2019 is an important document that mentions the name of the candidate, category, address of the candidate, AILET application number, date of birth and instructions to be followed in the exam. On the day of the entrance exam, candidates must carry a valid photo ID proof along with the admit card of AILET 2019. Without an admit card and a photo ID proof, candidates will not be allowed to appear for the entrance exam.

AILET Admit Card 2019 – Important Dates

Events

Dates (Tentative)

AILET 2019 Admit Card to be Available from 

3rd week of April 2019

AILET 2019 Exam

5th May 2019

How to Download AILET Admit Card 2019

To download the admit card/hall ticket of AILET 2019, candidates can follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Go to the official website of AILET.

Step 2: Enter Application Number/ E-Mail ID and Password/ Date of Birth.

Step 3: After entering the details, click on the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 4: AILET admit card will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Verify all the details printed in the admit card.

Step 6: Download and take a print out of AILET 2019 admit card/ hall ticket.

Important Instructions Regarding AILET Hall Ticket 2019

  • Candidates failing to bring the AILET admit card to the exam center will not be allowed to take the entrance exam.

  • AILET 2019 admit card will be issued in online mode only.

  • Candidates must follow all the instructions mentioned on the AILET 2019 admit card.

  • Candidates must ensure that all the details printed on the AILET admit card 2019 is accurate.

  • In case of any discrepancy in the AILET 2019 admit card, candidates must get the same rectified by connecting to officials before the date of exam.

  • Candidates must keep their respective AILET admit cards 2019 safe unless the admission process is complete.

Details Mentioned on AILET 2019 Admit Card

The following details will be mentioned on AILET admit card 2019:

  • Name of the candidate

  • Category of the candidate

  • Address of the candidate

  • AILET application number

  • Address of the exam centre

  • Courses they have applied

  • Date of birth

  • Signature and photograph of candidate

  • Exam instructions

FAQs on AILET Admit Card 2019

1. Who will issue the admit card of AILET 2019?

The exam conducting authority of AILET 2019, i.e. National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) issues the AILET admit card.

2. Will I get entry into the exam hall without the admit card?

Candidates will not be allowed to take the exam without the AILET admit card 2019.

3. How do I access my admit card on the official website of NLU?

To access the AILET admit card 2019, candidates have to login with their Application Number/ E-Mail ID and Password/ Date of Birth.

4. What should I do in case of any error in my admit card?

In case of any discrepancy in AILET 2019 admit card, candidates must contact the exam conducting authority immediately.

5. What details are mentioned on the admit card?

The AILET 2019 admit card has candidate’s name, roll number, date, time and exact location of AILET centre. 

6. Is it important to keep the AILET 2019 admit card after the entrance exam is over?

Yes, it is important to keep the admit card after the examination as it will be required at the time of admission. There will be no duplicate admit card available in case the student misplaces it.

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How to Apply for AILET 2019

The application process of AILET 2019 will be started in the first week of January. AILET is a national level exam conducted by NLU-Delhi for admission to its UG & PG law courses. While filling the AILET application form, candidates keep relevant documents and other details handy to ensure they are completely ready to start the process of AILET application.

AILET is usually conducted in the month of May every year. The entrance exam is taken by students who wish to pursue programmes like B.A., LL.B (Hons.) and LL.M. Aspirants of AILET may apply online and keep a track of the latest updates related to AILET. One can follow the steps mentioned below as part of the application process.

  • In order to apply for AILET, you must visit the official website of NLU-D ( nludelhi.ac.in/home.aspx)

  • Go to the admission section of the website.

  • For applying, you have to first create a User Login ID and password. Get yourself registered and then go ahead to the apply section.

  • Check for the registration form of AILET.

  • Search for the course you want to apply.

  • Start entering the details in the application form.

  • Read the instructions and eligibility criteria carefully before filling the form to avoid mistakes.

  • Fill it with all the correct and relevant information.

  • Keep in mind that you have to attach all the relevant and self-attested documents where ever asked for during the application process.

  • Attach your signed photograph either in .jpg, .gif or .bmp format.

  • You will also have to pay a sum of INR 3,050 (in case of General category) or INR 1,050 (in case of Reserved category) to complete the procedure.

  • There is no entrance examination fee for SC/ ST candidates below the poverty line. 

  • The filled form should be submitted on or before the last date.

FAQs

1. How to prevent rejection of the form?

Your form can get rejected if the information mentioned or the photograph format does not match the requirements of the examining body. Cross-check these things at least twice to prevent rejection of the form.

2. Why is it important to provide the contact number and email address?

A valid contact number and email ID should be provided in order to avail information sent from the University.

3. Is offline mode of payment available?

Yes, offline payment mode is also available. Read the instructions in the payment option carefully.    

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AILET 2019 Answer Key & Question Paper

AILET 2019 Answer Key and Question Paper for B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) course will be released by National Law University Delhi (NLU-D), which is also the exam conducting authority. The answer key of AILET 2019 will be released in online mode by the university. AILET 2019 will be conducted on 5th May 2019 and the result of the exam is expected to be published by the 4th week of May 2019. By taking the help of AILET 2019 answer key, candidates can cross-verify the answers marked by them with the ones listed in the answer key.

The answer key of AILET 2019 will contain the correct answers to all the questions asked in the entrance exam. AILET 2019 answer key will also help candidates in estimating their marks in the exam. The exam conducting authority will release AILET answer key 2019 in two phases – provisional and final. After the provisional answer key is released, candidates have an option to inform NLU Delhi officials in case of any discrepancy.

Important Dates of AILET 2019 Answer Key

Events

Dates (Tentative)

AILET 2019

5th May 2019

Issue of AILET 2019 Provisional Answer Key

2nd week of May 2019

Issue of Final AILET 2019 Answer Key

3rd week of May 2019

Declaration of AILET 2019 Result

4th week of May 2019

 

Steps to Download AILET 2019 Answer Key

Candidates can follow the steps given below to download the answer key of AILET 2019 for B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) course:

  • To view the answer key, click on 'B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) Answer Key' link on this page.

  • After clicking on the link, ‘AILET 2019 Answer Key for B.A.LL.B.(Hons.)’ will appear on the screen.

  • Cross-verify your answers with the AILET 2019 answer key.

  • Download the answer key for future use.

Marking Scheme of AILET 2019 Answer Key

The marking scheme of AILET 2019 answer key is as follows:

  • Candidates are awarded one mark for every correct answer.

  • 0.25 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer.

Type of Answer

Marks

For Correct Answer

+1 Mark

For Wrong Answer

- 0.25 Mark

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AILET Conducting Body

The organising authority for AILET is National Law University, Delhi (NLU-D). Unlike other National Law Universities, NLU-D is the only educational body that has not yet accepted the procedure of selecting candidates through CLAT (Common Law Admission Test). Established in 2008 under the Delhi Act No. 1 of 2008, the University of Law has been accredited ‘A’ Grade with a score of 3.59 on a four-point scale by NAAC. The NLU-D administered law entrance exam allows more than thousand candidates to make a career in the field of law. The registration forms for AILET are available from the first week of January on the official website of NLU-D. 

AILET 2019 Important Dates

Events

Dates (Tentative)
Application Process of AILET 2019

1st week of January 2019

Last Date of Application Process 

2nd week of April 2019 
Issue of AILET 2019 Admit Card

3rd week of April 2019 

AILET 2019

5th May 2019

AILET 2019 Result 

4th week of May 2019

AILET 2019 Exam Centres

Ahmedabad

Delhi

Kolkata

Bengaluru

Guwahati

Lucknow

Bhopal

Hyderabad

Mumbai

Chandigarh

Jaipur

Patna

Chennai

Jammu

Raipur

Cochin

Jodhpur

Varanasi

Cuttack

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Contact Details

Address: Sector- 14, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110078

Tel: +91 11 2803 4255

Fax:+911128034254

E-mail: registrar@nludelhi.ac.in

Website: www.nludelhi.ac.in

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