AP LAWCET Exam Pattern 2019

Anjani Chaand Updated On: 12 Nov, 2018 16:33 IST

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AP LAWCET 2019 Exam Pattern

AP LAWCET Exam Pattern has been defined by Sri Krishnadevaraya University on behalf of APSCHE. AP LAWCET is organised in online mode (Computer Based Test) only. The AP LAWCET 2019 Exam Pattern contains the total no. of marks, no. of questions, subjects, marking system and syllabus for AP LAWCET 2019. The questions asked in AP LAWCET 2019 are based on General Knowledge, mental ability, current affairs, Aptitude for Study of Law including Principles of Law and some parts on Constitution of India.

  • AP LAWCET is conducted for admission to two programmes. Both the exams have the same sections but the difficulty level varies according to the programme.

  • The question paper comprises of three sections.

  • The questions asked in AP LAWCET are objective type in nature, which can be multiple choice questions (MCQs).

  • The medium of the examination is in English and Telugu language.

  • A total number of 120 questions are asked in the examination.

  • The total time duration is 90 minutes to complete the examination.

  • There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

AP LAWCET 2019 Exam Pattern Highlights

Examination Mode

Computer Based Test (Online)

Type of Questions

Objective type (MCQs)

Total Sections

3

Name of Sections

1. Current Affairs,

2. General knowledge & Mental Ability

3. Aptitude for Study of Law

Duration

90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)

Total No. of Questions

120

Language of Examination

English and Telugu

Marking Scheme

Each question carries 1 mark.

 No negative marking for wrong answers.

AP LAWCET 2019 Distribution of Questions

Sections

Subjects

 No. of Questions

Duration

Part A

General Knowledge and Mental Ability

30

90 Minutes

Part B

Current Affairs

30

Part C

Aptitude for the Study of Law

60

 

Total

120

AP LAWCET 2019 Marking Scheme:

  • 1 mark is awarded for every correct answer.

  • There is no negative marking for incorrect answer/unanswered questions.

Note:

The qualifying marks in APLAWCET 2019 is 35% (i.e. 42 marks out of 120 marks) and no minimum marks for SC/ST candidates have been prescribed.

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