All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted by National Law University, Delhi for admissions into undergraduate, postgraduate law and doctoral programmes in law. About 16,000 students appear for a coveted 83 seats for B.A.LLB. (Hons), this makes AILET a very competitive exam. To beat the competition and score well in the exam it is very important to focus on all the sections of the exam. This article will throw light on tips and strategies you can use to ace the English section of AILET.
In AILET, out of total 150 questions, 35 questions are from the English Section. Before we chalk out a plan for preparing for this section, let's analyze the English section of AILET 2016.
|Areas||No. of Questions|
|One word Substitution||1|
|Grammar based questions||3|
|Find Odd One out||5|
As is clear from the above table, the focus is on vocabulary based questions, Reading Comprehension and Para Jumbles. Considering this, it is advisable that you should focus on these areas and practice as many questions as you can.
The following points on preparation strategy for AILET English section will help you score well in this section:
Apart from these important topics the areas where you should focus are: Synonyms and Antonyms, Sentence correction and Error Detection, Prepositions and Modals based fill in the blanks.
To score well, you should increase your reading speed without compromising on the accuracy. Solve previous years' papers, take multiple mock tests and practice English usage based questions like Para Jumbles, sentence completion, error identification, etc. Make sure that your grammar fundamentals are strong and work on building a good vocabulary.