Law after +2 is a very attractive study option and ensures a prospective future for an individual. The entrance test for law follows a comprehensive testing pattern wherein different subjects are covered. The candidate has to give individual attention to each such subject. For a candidate to score well it is important to have an overall and inclusive learning.
Any test relating to law for which a student appears after +2 includes various areas like Legal Aptitude, Maths, English, Logical and Analytical Aptitude, General Knowledge and Current Affairs.
Beginning with the basic step for law exam preparation a candidate has to be aware of all events happening around him. This basic awareness in a candidate is quintessential as this awareness will be tested in two separate categories of general knowledge and current affairs. Keeping this in mind a candidate must regularly read newspaper which is the foremost source to brush up current affairs and also enhance general knowledge. Through a newspaper a candidate can improve and add to his knowledge both. Secondly a candidate can purchase specific books which publish material solely about current affairs and general knowledge. Watching debates is another way of brushing up current affairs. By studying in this manner, topics of current affairs and general knowledge can be prepared thoroughly.
In a law entrance test next important topic is English, the source of honing this language is the newspaper. Newspaper is an absolutely wonderful source of improving one’s command over a language. Self help books containing simple and easy tips for preparing English can help. English books of elementary classes can help in revising the basic topics. A candidate can use these books for revising the topics and also simultaneously for practicing the same.
By now it is clear that preparation for law entrance test is not just restricted to law and hence the next topic to be prepared by an aspiring law student is mathematics and the questions here are based on various topics covered by a student in class 10th. For maths, practice is the key. Also while preparing for the entrance test practicing questions within the stipulated time frame is important as it will help candidates to maintain speed while solving these questions. The more a candidate practices questions of different types the more he will get the clarity and confidence of solving those questions. Topics like speed and distance, ratio, average are commonly asked.
Logical and analytical aptitude is another area in the law entrance test which requires constant practice. The questions asked in this area are varied and a candidate must practice and brace himself for all sort of questions.
For a candidate appearing for law entrance test, clarity in the section of legal aptitude is a matter of primary concern. Candidates have to study variety of topics in this section like Contract, Torts, IPC, IPR, Family Law. The number of questions in each area varies but a clear understanding of the basic concepts in each of these topics shall prove to be really helpful and a score fetcher. Reading and understanding examples and making one’s own notes will help bring more clarity.
Therefore, law entrance test is not just about law but definitely much more than law. A comprehensive and a thorough preparation for the same will help one crack it!