AILET 2024 Exam Analysis

The National Law University in Delhi conducted the All-India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2024 on December 10, 2023. Based on our AILET analysis 2024, once again history repeated itself as there was a change in the pattern, as was seen in the previous year. However, the number of questions was the same as they were in the previous year.
This year English language was kept separate, and it had 50 questions. The GK section had 30 questions. The questions in the GK section were asked unconventionally. This year Logical Reasoning & Legal Aptitude were clubbed in the same section. The paper was lengthy & difficult. The only respite was that the allotted time for the entire paper was increased from 90 minutes to 120 minutes. The test was conducted in 24 cities across the country. Based on our AILET 2024 exam analysis, we found that many students had anticipated the change in the pattern and had prepared keeping in mind the previous year's trends.
Each year, around 13000 - 14,000 individuals take the AILET exam for BA LLB. Because there are very 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.
Read our well-researched AILET analysis curated by the expert faculty at Hitbullseye to analyse your performance in the exam.
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AILET 2024 Analysis: Exam Pattern:
Marks per correct answer -1
Negative mark – 0.25 per wrong answer
Below mentioned is the new exam pattern for AILET 2024:
Sections
Number of Questions
Marks Allotted
English Language
50
50
Logical Reasoning
70
70
General Knowledge & Current affairs
30
30
Total
120
120
Total Time: 120 Minutes
 
 
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AILET 2024 exam analysis: Difficulty Level
Section
Difficulty level
English Language
Easy to Moderate
General Knowledge  
Moderate
Logical Reasoning & Current affairs
Moderate to Difficult
Overall
Moderate to Difficult
AILET 2024 Analysis (UG)
Section A - English
This section had 7 passages of varied length, ranging from lengthy to short. The number of questions based on these passages was also different. The questions based on them ranged from conventional types such as main idea, tone, vocabulary, purpose etc., to grammar & reasoning-based questions.
This time, a few questions were also based on the assertion- reason & cause-effect. These questions checked the student's ability to analyse the text critically. The passages touched on a variety of areas such as the role of technology in medical sciences, advantages of EV, mental challenges faced by the students due to anxiety, & depression, etc. Overall, as per our AILET analysis, the feel of the section was moderate.
Topics
Questions
Difficulty level
How the inclusion of VR will help medical sciences
10
Moderate to Slightly Difficult
Breakdown of old family norms & its impact of raising children
5
Easy to Moderate
Advantages of EVs for the climate & economy in tier 2 cities 
7
Moderate to Difficult
Changing strategy to increase efficiency
7
Moderate
Changes occurred in Linguistics over the period of time
6
Difficult
Irresistible allure of external validation
Mental challenges faced by students due to anxiety, depression etc.
10
 
5
Easy to Moderate
 
Moderate
Overall
50
Moderate
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Section - B
AILET 2024 Analysis: 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 static GK.Overall, as per our AILET analysis, the feel of the section was moderate to slightly difficult.
Topics
Questions
Difficulty level
Current Affairs​
10
Easy to Moderate​
Static GK​
20
Moderate to Difficult
Overall
30
Moderate
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Section - C
AILET 2024 Analysis: Logical Reasoning
This section had a mix of conventional critical reasoning, legal aptitude & analytical reasoning. The section was dominated by critical reasoning with more than 30 questions out of 70 questions. The critical reasoning questions were based on assumption, inference, strengthening or weakening the conclusion, must be true etc.
In other words, the questions were based on conventional critical reasoning and the format of the questions was also in the form of a single paragraph except for one question where the paragraph was a bit lengthier. The other analytical questions were based on rank & order, seating arrangements, & syllogism. The analytical reasoning portion was dominated by syllogism.
Despite this test being meant to get admission to one of the prestigious Law universities, even then the section had a few legal aptitude questions. The analytical reasoning was dominated by syllogism. Overall, as per our AILET analysis, this was the lengthiest & the trickiest section.
Topic
Questions
Difficulty level
Critical Reasoning
38
Moderate to Difficult
Legal Aptitude
8
Moderate
Syllogism
14
Difficult
Analytical Reasoning
10
Easy to Moderate
Overall
70
Moderate to Difficult
Expected Cutoff
General Category – 86+ marks
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