 # Tips for AILET Maths

All India Law Entrance Test, popularly known as AILET is one of the most prestigious national level law examination conducted annually by National Law University, Delhi (NULD). The pen-paper based entrance exam contains 150 questions in a total of which 10 questions are on Elementary Mathematics or Numerical Ability. In this article, we will discuss the types of questions, generally asked in AILET Maths section and the level of difficulty you can expect while attempting these questions. Besides, we will provide you with a sound strategy to master the AILET Maths section.

Even though the weightage of this section is lesser when compared to the other sections, you should devote a good preparation time for this. In AILET 2017 & AILET 2018, the major areas from which questions were asked have been:-

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• Percentage
• Time & Work
• Simple Interest
• Compound Interest
• Probability
• Time Speed Distance
• Ratio & Proportion
• Average
• Number system (H.C.F & L.C.M), etc.
You should practice and master the basic concepts of all the important topics of Quant with particular focus on the areas as mentioned earlier.

Let us look at some of the questions from previous AILET papers, to analyse the level of difficulty and your current level of preparation:

Q.  Mohan credits 15% of his salary into his bank and spends 30% of the remaining amount on household articles. If cash on hand is Rs. 2,380/-, what is his salary?
1. Rs. 5,000
2. Rs. 4,500
3. Rs. 4,000
4. Rs. 3,500
Q. Two whole numbers whose sum is 64 can be in the ratio of?
1. 7:2
2. 7: 6
3. 3:1
4. 8:7
Q. A group of men decided to do a job in 8 days. But since 10 men dropped out every day, the job got completed at the end of the 12th day. How many men were there at the beginning?
1. 165
2. 175
3. 80
4. none of these

It is evident here that to answer all questions, only the basic concepts of the concerned topics are required. The level of difficulty of AILET Maths section questions varies from easy to moderate. There are hardly one or two questions, which can be considered "tough", for instance, the above mentioned third question. You should not invest a lot of time on such questions and move on to the next one. You can always come back to it later if you have time left at the end of the exam.