AILET 2023 Analysis
After the exam, you can find the AILET Exam Analysis 2023 here. According to the most recent official announcement, AILET 2023 will take place on December 11, 2022. It is an offline test with a 90-minute total time limit. Candidates taking this exam should review AILET Analysis 2023 once the test is finished to assess their performance and determine the anticipated cut-off. Read More..
AILET 2022 Analysis
All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) conducted by National Law University Delhi (NLUD) is a national level entrance test for admissions to five-year integrated programme in management. Since NLUD does not participate in CLAT, they conduct AILET. AILET 2022 will be conducted on 26 June 2022. However, in 2022, NLUD introduced major changes in the exam pattern, where Legal Aptitude and Elementary Mathematics are no longer a part of AILET exam. AILET 2022 will now have 3 sections -English Language, General Knowledge and Current Affairs and Logical Reasoning. Read More..
AILET 2021 Analysis
AILET or the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is a national-level entrance test conducted for admissions to undergraduate integrated law programmes. AILET 2021 was conducted on 30 July 2021 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM. Administered by the National Testing Agency, the exam was held in offline pen and paper mode.
Subject-matter experts at Hitbullseye have curated an actual AILET 2021 exam analysis to help them analyse their performance. The exam analysis will highli
ght the overall difficulty level of the exam and section-wise analysis for a better understanding of the exam. It will also help the aspiring candidates to know even the smallest details about the exam for better preparation. Read More..
AILET 2020 Analysis
This year All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2020 was conducted by National testing agency on September 26, Saturday. This year also the pattern was almost the same as it was in the last year. The paper was moderate to tough and lengthy as well. The paper had a total of 150 questions (one mark per question & 0.25 negative for a wrong answer) to be attempted in 90 minutes. The paper was conducted online across 100 plus centers but students faced many technical glitches such as auto-submission before time, screen going blank often, computer not working and other similar issues. The overall feel of the paper was moderate to tough. The legal section of the paper was lengthy. Read More..
AILET 2019 Analysis
This year All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2019 was conducted on May 5, Sunday. This year also the pattern was almost the same as it was in the last year. The paper was moderate to tough and lengthy as well. The paper had a total of 150 questions (one mark per question & 0.25 negative for a wrong answer) to be attempted in 90 minutes. Read More..
AILET 2018 Analysis
The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted once a year by National Law University, Delhi for admissions to its courses of B.A LL.B, LL.M and PhD AILET 2018 was held on 6th May 2018. AILET is an offline (pen-paper based) exam consisting of 150 questions from 5 sections: English; General Knowledge; Mathematics; Legal Aptitude and Reasoning. A total, of 83 seats, is offered for BA LLB course. The time given was 90 minutes (1 hr. 30 mins.), and each question carried 1 mark. This year negative marking, of 0.25 per the wrong question, was also introduced. Read More..
AILET 2017 Analysis
The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted once a year by National Law University, Delhi for admissions to its courses of B.A LL.B, LL.M and Ph.D. AILET 2017 was conducted on 7th May 2017 at 19 centres across the country. The total seats offered for B.A LL.B are 80. There is 1 additional seat for Kashmiri migrants and 2 supernumerary seats for the students from Jammu and Kashmir. Read More..
AILET 2016 Analysis
National Law University (NLU), Delhi exclusively conducts AILET every year on the first Sunday of May. In 2016, the test gave respite to the candidates as it was easier as compared to previous years. It had five sections with 150 questions in total. The total duration of the test was 1 hour and 30 minutes. This pen and paper test has an advantage of no negative marking. The candidates who crack AILET become eligible to pursue B.A.L.L.B. (Hons.), L.L.M and Ph.D. Degree Programmes purely on the merit basis. There are 80 seats in B.A.L.L.B course, 20 in L.L.M and 10 Ph.D. seats. The overall level of difficulty of the test ranged between easy to moderate. Read More..
AILET 2015 Analysis
The All India Law Entrance Test conducted by the National Law University-Delhi is a pen and paper-based exam. AILET 2015 was divided into 5 sections and consisted of a total of 150 questions. These questions had to be attempted in 1 hour and 30 minutes. Each correct answer carried 1 mark, and there was no negative marking in AILET 2015 examination. The overall level of difficulty of the exam varied from moderate to difficult. Read More..