The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is a national level paper based entrance examination for admissions into academic programs offered by the National Law University, Delhi. The paper consists of 150 questions under 5 sections which are English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics. The total time given for the test is 1hr. 30 mins (90 mins).
Over 15,000 candidates appeared for the AILET in 2015. Hence, there is a tough competition for the limited seats offered by NLU, Delhi. A good understanding of concepts and ample practice tests are essential for a scoring well in AILET.
Mock tests stimulate real-time test like conditions and thus help you to condition yourself for the actual test. Additionally, they also help you to improve your time management skills and accuracy while attempting the questions. Our portal contains several mock tests and previous years' papers to help you prepare well for the exam.
Since the exam is paper based, it gets easier to sift through the questions easily to get a general feel of the paper. To ace the preparation for AILET, it is very important to improve your accuracy without compromising on the time. It is better to skip to the next question if you are not sure about it rather than waste time on it. You can always come back to this question later after attempting all the questions to the best of your abilities.