AILET 2022 Exam Analysis

The National Law University in Delhi gave the All India Law Entrance Test or AILET 2022 on June 26, 2022. The test was given in 24 cities across the whole country. Since the AILET 2022 was given in a different way than it had been, candidates should have been ready for some changes from the tests they had taken in the past. Students said that even though the AILET 2022 exam was easy, it was also one of the longest exams they had taken. Through AILET 2022, the school offers 110 spots for students who want to take the BA LLB programme and 70 spots for students who want to take the LLM programme.
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Each year, around 13,000 individuals take the AILET for BA LLB. Because there are just a few slots available, it is one of India's most competitive law school admission tests. As a result, candidates with a high rank will have a better chance of admission to NLU Delhi.
Read our well-researched analysis curated by the expert faculty at Hitbullseye to analyse your performance in the exam.
AILET 2022 Exam Pattern
Below mentioned is the new exam pattern for AILET 2022:
Sections
Number of Questions
Marks Allotted
English Language
50
50
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
30
30
Logical Reasoning
70
70
Total
150
150
AILET 2022 exam analysis
Subject
Difficulty level
English
Easy - Lengthy
General knowledge
Easy-Moderate
Maths
Easy
Logical reasoning
Easy
Legal Aptitude
Easy-Moderate (lengthy)
Overall
Easy to moderate
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English
According to the AILET 2022 section-by-section English language analysis, this section was Easy to Moderate. The English Language section of the AILET 2021 exam had 35 questions, but now there are 50. It was a long paper. The test only had questions based on passages. Questions based on passages had a different number of questions. Here's how the AILET 2022 English Language section is broken up by subject:
Topics
Questions 
Difficulty level
Scarf Joint, Puzzle Joint​
5​
Moderate​
Law​
3​
Easy​
Animals​
3​
Easy-Moderate​
History​
5​
Easy​
Narrative (Qs 17-21)​
5​
Easy​
Interview
10 
Easy-Moderate
Books
 8
Moderate
Narrative (Qs 22-26)​
5
Easy-Moderate
Indian Exports​
6
Easy-Moderate
Overall
50
Easy-Moderate
Current affairs and General Knowledge
AILET 2022's section-by-section analysis of the Current Affairs and General Knowledge section said it was moderately hard. The number of questions has decreased from 35 last year to 30 this year. This part of the test will have both Static and General Knowledge questions. Some of the questions in this part were based on statements. ​
Topics
Questions 
Difficulty level
Current Affairs​
16​
Moderate​
Static GK​
14​
Easy​
Overall
30
Easy-Moderate
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Logical Reasoning
The AILET 2022 section-by-section analysis of the Logical Reasoning section was moderately difficult. The number of questions has gone up from 30 to 70 this year. It took a long time to solve the Logical Reasoning part. The Logical Reasoning Section was broken up into:
Topics
Questions 
Difficulty level
Verbal Reasoning​
52​
Moderate​
Analytical Reasoning​
4​
Easy (Lengthy)​
Legal Reasoning​
14​
Moderate - Difficult​
Overall
70
Moderate
Verbal Reasoning
In Verbal Reasoning, it was seen that some of the answers were not clear. Also, comprehension made the paper look long, but there were a lot of questions based on statements, which made this part doable.
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Topics
Questions 
Difficulty level
Assumption​
17​
Moderate​
Inference​
3​
Moderate​
Strong & Weak Arguments​
3​
Easy - Moderate​
Strengthening the Argument​
2​
Moderate​
Syllogisms​
16​
Easy - Moderate (Ambiguous)​
Conclusion​
11​
Easy​
Overall
52
Moderate
Hope the analysis will help you analyse your performance and know the expected marks.
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