AILET Previous Year Cut Offs

The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by National Law University-Delhi. AILET is a paper based exam consisting of 150 questions to be solved in a span of 150 minutes. AILET 2018 was conducted on May 6, 2018, and the level of difficulty of the paper was high as compared to previous years.

In the previous few years, as noticed, AILET has sharply raised the level of difficulty and with the introduction of negative marking in 2018, the cut-off has fallen for this exam.

National Law University- Delhi determined the cut- off of AILET 2018 on the basis of results obtained for admissions to five- year integrated law programs. The detailed AILET Cut – Offs are provided in the section given below:
AILET 2018: Cut- Offs
CategoryCut- Offs Marks- AILET 2018
General89
Scheduled Caste71
Scheduled Tribe68
Persons with Disabilities74
Kashmiri Migrants81
Residents of Jammu and Kashmir78
 
AILET 2017: Cut- Offs
Category
Cut- Offs Marks- AILET 2017
General
106-111
Scheduled Caste
87-92
Scheduled Tribe
82-87
Persons with Disabilities
77-82
Kashmiri Migrants
72-76
 
AILET 2016: Cut- Offs
Category
Cut- Offs Marks- AILET 2016
General
106
Scheduled Caste
85
Scheduled Tribe
83
Persons with Disabilities
78
Kashmiri Migrants
76
As there are only 80 seats, AILET is a highly competitive exam and the sole criterion for admission in National Law University, Delhi is the marks obtained by the candidates in AILET exam. Hence, candidates need to score well in every section of AILET. Based on their performance in AILET 2018, candidates were issued an All India Rank (AIR) and National Law University, Delhi then issued a merit list, on the basis of which admissions were made to the five year integrated B.A.L.L.B course.
 
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