# SET Law 2017 Analysis

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SET-Law is conducted once every year by Symbiosis International University (SIU) for admission into undergraduate law programs at Symbiosis Law School Campuses at Pune, Noida and Hyderabad. SET-Law this year was held across 21 centers nationally on the 6th May, 2017. The total intake for all three campuses is roughly 720 seats for the undergraduate courses B.B.A.L.L.B. and B.A. L.L.B.
This article aims to discuss the various question types that came in this years’ paper, their difficulty level and achievable score. The exam was conducted for 150 mins (2hr. 30 mins) in a pen-paper mode i.e. offline mode. There were a total of 150 questions from 5 sections: Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and General Knowledge. Each section had equal weightage with respect to number of questions (30 each) and marks. Each correct answer was awarded with +1 mark and there was no negative marking.
###### Logical Reasoning section:
The division of questions in logical reasoning section is as follows:
 Question Type Number of Questions Logical Reasoning 2 Coding and Decoding 1 Probability 1 Relations 1 Directions 1 Series 3 Syllogism 4 Statement Assumption 5 Cause Effect 7 Statement Conclusion 4 Statement Argument 4 Misc. 1 Total 30
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This section was a mix bag of different question types with verbal reasoning and its various types being a predominant through the section.
###### Legal Reasoning:
Following are the areas and question type that appeared in SET-Law 2017
 Subject Name Number of Questions Law of Torts 10 Indian Penal Code 4 Law of Contract 12 Constitution 1 Legal Misc 3 Total 30
 Question Type Number of Questions Assertion-Reason 4 Situation(Fact) Based 13 Match the Column 1 Principal-Fact (Legal Reasoning) 3 Legal Fact 9 Total 30
This section was based more on legal reasoning and was very easy. There were around 13 questions where in facts or situation was given without a related legal principle. However 3 questions from the legal reasoning section were given along with a related legal principle. Students who had a sound knowledge of common legal principles would have found them very easy. 4 question were assertion-reason based. A fair share of questions was designed to test the legal fact knowledge of the aspirants.
###### Analytical Reasoning:
Following is the division of the questions:
 Question Type Number of Questions Bar diagram 1 Odd man out 2 Coding and Decoding 3 Probability 1 Analytical Reasoning 4 Ages 1 Series 1 Pie chart 1 Tables 3 Venn Diagram 2 Clocks 1 Directions 1 Profit and Loss 1 Number system 1 Misc. 4 Verbal Reasoning 3 Total 30
Although the name of the section was analytical reasoning but it had some questions from data interpretation as well as mathematics.