AILET 2023 Exam Analysis

The National Law University in Delhi gave the All-India Law Entrance Test or AILET 2023 on December 11, 2022.There was a major change in the pattern, which came as a shock to students and initially they were not able to adjust with this change. Somehow after couple of minutes students were able to understand the essence of the pattern and most of them attempted good number of questions.  The two sections i.e., English Language & Logical reasoning were merged together. Instead of giving 50 questions based on English language & 70 questions based on Logical Reasoning in separate section, all 120 questions were given in same part as Section - A & Section B of Part -1.  Section A of any passage had 5 questions based on Reading Comprehension & Section B had 7 logical reasoning question based on the same passage.So, there were 10 passages with 12 questions each.This made the paper very challenging However students realized that they have to read the same passage to attempt comprehension-based questions as well as logical reasoning-based questions. The only relief was that GK came in separate section as Part -2 with 30 questions as announced by AILET authorities.The test was given in 24 cities across the whole country. Since the AILET 2023 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. Through AILET 2023, the school offers 110 seats for students who want to take the BA LLB programme and 70 seats 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 seats 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.
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AILET 2023 Exam Pattern
Below mentioned is the new exam pattern for AILET 2023:
Sections
Number of Questions
Marks Allotted
Part -1
Section A
English Language
50
50
Part -1
Section B
Logical Reasoning
70
70
Part – 2
General Knowledge & Current affairs
30
30
Total
150
150
Total Time: 90 Minutes
 
 
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AILET 2023 exam analysis
Subject
Difficulty level
Part -1
Section A
English Language
Moderate
Part -1
Section B
Logical Reasoning
Moderate to difficult
Part – 2
General Knowledge & Current affairs
Easy to moderate.
Overall
Moderate to tough
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AILET 2023UG Exam Analysis
Part -1 (A- English& B- Logical reasoning)
This part has two sections namely A & B. There were total of 10 passages and each passage has 12 questions each. Out of 12 questions, 5 were based on reading comprehension & 7 were based on logical reasoning. Most of the passages were either moderate or difficult except based two or three as shown below and all of them had essence of legal angle.  The comprehension-based questions were based on contextual vocabulary, analogy, factual information, idioms/phrases, sentence completion and correction, role of punctuation, theme, indirect inferences etc. The logical reasoning questions were based on blood relation, syllogism, seating arrangements. direction sense, analytical reasoning etc. Overall feel of the section was moderate to tough as it was very challenging for the students pick the right passage to solve.
Topics
Questions 
Difficulty level
Inheritance
12
Moderate​
Racing & speed
12
Moderate to tough
Rights over property
12
Moderate to tough
Navigation tools in modern times & earlier times
12
Moderate
Phishing
12
Easy​ to moderate
Plastic Pollution
12
Moderate
Syllogism
12
Difficult
Heirs of British Throne
12
Easy-Moderate
Cryptocurrency & Mining
Defining Cousins in succession    
12
12
Moderate to tough
Easy to moderate
Overall
120
Moderate to tough
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Part -2
Current affairs and General Knowledge
The Current Affairs and General Knowledge section was moderate. There were 30 questions in this section. This part had both Static GK and Current Affairs based questions. This section was dominated by Current Affairs. Overall feel of the section was easy to moderate.
Topics
Questions 
Difficulty level
Current Affairs​
22
Moderate​
Static GK​
8
Easy​
Overall
30
Easy-Moderate
Expected Cutoff
General Category -  75 -80 marks
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