AILET 2023 Preparation Strategy

National Law University Delhi conducts the national-level All India Law Exam Test. This is conducted yearly for potential admission into B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) and various other PhD programs. The examination has been launched into existence since 2008, and potential candidates have been getting a chance to get into the top law universities in the country.

The AILET 2023 examination is supposedly about to be conducted around December mid this year, that is, 2022. The expected date of the examination is 11th December 2022. The exam will be held from 11.00 AM to 12.30 PM. However, there are a few guidelines that need to be followed in order to avoid any discrepancies at the last moment. All the students applying for AILET 2023 must have a relevant and recognized degree in the 12th examination with a minimum score of 50%. Even if you are someone pursuing your 12 board exams, you are eligible to apply for the same.

Let’s have a look at the different contexts of the examination.

Events and Dates of the examination:

Officially, the date and time of the examination are yet to be announced. But the estimated AILET 2023 exam date is 11th December.

  • Registration date: 7th September 2022
  • Last date of registration: 15th November 2022
  • Admit card release: 22nd November 2022
  • The practice answer key and the result release dates are yet to be announced.

Eligibility Criteria

The National Law University of Delhi has laid down certain rules and regulations that are essential for a candidate to be eligible for the AILET 2023 examination. These criteria stand different for PhD, LLB and LLM. You must have to satisfy the below-mentioned points in order to appear for the exam.

For LLB:

  • A 10+2 or any equivalent examination degree is required for a candidate to be eligible. This stands true in the case of 45% for the general category and 40% for the reserved categories like S.T., SC and PwD.
  • You are hereby eligible to apply for the examination if you are applying for your 12th board exams.

For LLM:

  • It is a must for you to have a recognized graduation degree with a minimum of 50% of aggregate marks.
  • Apart from this, you can also apply for the examination if you are pursuing your final year of LLB.

PhD:

  • Upon higher considerations, in order to apply for a PhD, you are required to have a recognized degree of LLM with a minimum of 55% aggregate.
  • In case of a reservation, you will be allowed more consideration.

Applying for the AILET 2023 exam

  • The official website of NLU Delhi gives you detailed information about the entire procedure. Visit the website.
  • Go ahead and fill in the registration process with all the basic information, like your name, the name of your parents, your birth date, and all other similar information.
  • You will be availed with an auto-generated User ID and password. You will use this information in order to log in to your credentials.
  • Enter all other detailed information like your educational qualification in details and your reservation category. Though there is no upper age limit for applying the same, you might be asked to fill in about your lower age.
  • Apply for your desired examination centres, and you are good to go to the next step.
  • Fill in the form with all the required documents you are asked for. Provide scanned copies if required.

Fees for the AILET 2023 exam

The fees for the general, S.T. and S.C. is rs 3050 and rs 1050, respectively.

The exam pattern

The overall exam pattern for the AILET 2023 exam is all about the legal questions and all the related procedures. But the LLB is differentiated based on English, Current affairs, logical reasoning and G.K. English language and logical reasoning carry 50 and 70 marks, respectively. In comparison, the current affairs and G.K. stand for 30 marks. The L.L. examinations require you to prepare for topics covering legal awareness in the form of MCQs and descriptive essays. The questions are differentiated by 100 questions of MCQs carrying 1 mark each and 2 descriptive essays of 50 marks each.

There are important strategies that need to be followed in order to successfully get through the examination. Let’s go through some of those preparation points:

  • Go ahead and design a proper study plan. Do not, under any condition, do selective reading. Make sure to cover each and every topic.
  • Follow the latest pattern and syllabus to stay updated. Buy and solve as many sample questions and question papers as possible. Collect all the important study materials from the past few years.
  • Speed up your preparation process by regularly taking mock tests and analysing your performance. Solve papers according to their mode, racy and difficulty levels, which will help you get through the exam with a good performance.

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