AILET PATTERN AND SYLLABUS
The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted every year by the National Law University (NLU) of Delhi for admission to UG and PG programs in NLU, Delhi. This examination is conducted offline i.e. through pen and paper in OMR sheet.
Eligibility for Nationals: There is no age limit. The candidate must have received at least 45% in aggregate from a recognized university if he belongs to the general category. If the candidate falls under the SC/ST/PwD categories, their qualifying mark must have to be at least 40% in aggregate.
Eligibility for Foreign Nationals- A candidate’s score of 65% aggregate in the XII Examination, or an equivalent exam, is required for admission under the category of Foreign Nationals.
Pattern of Examination
As per the examination pattern-
• The examination mode is an offline mode i.e. through pen and paper in OMR sheet.
• The exam consists of three Sections of 150 multiple-choice objective-type questions. One question one mark. 0.25 marks will be deducted on every wrong response.
• The test medium is English
• The duration of time for the exam is 2 hours
• English Language (Section A)
• Current Affairs & General Knowledge (Section B)
• Logical Reasoning (Section C)
Candidates who are interested in the AILET exam should also be aware of the competitiveness of the exam as it is as important as CLAT. Then, they can categorize the exam pattern’s aspects by level of difficulty and thoroughly get ready for the test.