Abhik Das Updated On: 30 Dec, 2019 16:15 IST
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AP LAWCET 2020 mock test will be released on the official website of the exam. With the help of AP LAWCET mock test papers, all the candidates who will be appearing for the entrance exam can strengthen their concepts and get an idea about how the actual exam will be conducted. AP LAWCET is a state-level entrance examination for law aspirants in the state of Andhra Pradesh, which will be held on 8th May 2020.
Before taking the AP LAWCET, it is strongly recommended that the candidates must start preparing for the same with the help of AP LAWCET mock test. By solving mock test papers will help the candidates in developing smart strategies and time management skills which is essential to crack AP LAWCET 2020. Mock test papers will provide useful insight regarding where the candidate exactly stands before appearing for the final examination. Apart from boosting confidence and overcoming mistakes, the mock test will help candidates in becoming familiar with the AP LAWCET 2020 exam pattern. In the meanwhile, the candidates can take a look at the previous year AP LAWCET mock test series with the help of the link available below.
Mock Tests for AP LAWCET helps the candidates to prepare new strategies to crack the entrance exam and to measure and work upon their weaknesses.
Solving mock tests on a regular basis will teach new learning techniques to the candidates so that they can apply them during the entrance exam.
Mock tests helps to build accuracy which plays an important role in competitive exams like AP LAWCET.
By solving maximum number of mock tests, candidates will be able to analyse their effectiveness of exam preparation.
The candidates will be able to review their level of understanding by solving mock test papers.
Candidates who are preparing for AP LAWCET must know the exam pattern and marking scheme followed in the entrance exam. Take a quick at AP LAWCET exam pattern and marking scheme mentioned below:
AP LAWCET is conducted in online mode by Sri Krishnadevaraya University.
The medium of examination is English and question type will be objective.
The question paper of AP LAWCET consists of three sections and the maximum marks will be 120. Section A consists of General Knowledge and Mental Aptitude, Section B is Current Affairs and section C is Aptitude for Law Study.
Each question carries 1 mark and there is no negative marking in the entrance examination.