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Preparing for the DU Law Entrance Examination
Delhi University (DU) is the best university for studying law in India as far as study programme is concerned. Unlike other law colleges, DU uses case study method to teach law.
The entrance examination of Delhi University’s LLB is going to be held on 7th June 2015. The examination will be conducted by DU’s Law of Faculty which was established way back in 1924.
There will be a one question paper of comprising Objective Type of Questions. The four sections like English Language and Comprehension, Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Legal Awareness and Aptitude. There will be all 175 objective type questions carrying 4 marks each and the total marks would be 700. Each negative question will deduct 1 mark. The examination will commence from 2 p.m in various centers of Delhi. The examination will be of two hours duration. There will be no negative marks for the non- answered question.
For the General Awareness candidates have to prepare on current affairs events from last two years. It is also better to see the question pattern of last two years. For the English, Language students can consult standard grammar book.
To improve the confidence of the students, they can also appear in a mock examination. Just keep a mock answer sheet containing questions paper. Mark the answer to the question. For every right answer award 4 marks. For every negative answer deduct 1 mark and then count the total number. See your mistakes and try to improve your scores. If you score low don’t worry, just remember practice make one perfect. Over the time, you will be master. Also see the minimum qualifying mark if any.
The result is supposed to be declared within two weeks after the entrance exam. The result will be shown on the website. The counselling will start from first week of July.
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