Delhi University LL.B 2018 Analysis

Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi has been one of the top-most and preferred institutions imparting value-education in the field of law since 1924. It won’t be wrong to call it the national hub of legal studies. The department, today, stands at a high footing given the fact that it has produced many legal luminaries, Judges, policy makers, leaders, etc.
Every year the University conducts DU LLB Entrance Exam in the month of June, mostly. There are various programs offered by the University such as LL.B., LL.M. (2 years) and LL.M. (3 years). Delhi University Colleges accepting entrance exam scores are Campus Law Centre, Law Centre-I and Law Centre-II. The entrance exam for 2018 was of difficult level and consisted of five sections.
Law Crash Course
Exam Pattern:
Total Questions: 100
Total Marks: 400
Total Duration: 120 Minutes
Marking System: +4 for correct, -1 for incorrect
Overview of the DU LL.B. 2018
SR No Section Questions Marks
1 Mathematics 5 20
2. English 19 76
3. Logical Reasoning 19 76
4 Legal Aptitude and Constitution 23 92
5 General Knowledge and Current Affairs 34 136
Total   100 400
Important dates related to DU LL.B. 2018
Event Dates
Application Form May 18, 2018
Last Date June 7, 2018
Admit Card June 14, 2018
DU Exam June 18, 2018
Result July 11, 2018
Rank Publishing July 11,2018
Counselling July 25, 2018
Seat Allotment July 2018
Counselling Closes August 6, 2018
Seat Allotment Closes August 2018
DU LL.B. 2018 Cutoff
Category  LL.B. 
General 234
Schedule Caste 164
Schedule Tribe 224
Other Backward Classes 141
CW -
PWD -
Let us now look at the detailed analysis for each section:
Section 1: Mathematics
No of Questions: 5
This section had only 5 questions which were mostly from elementary mathematics curriculum, i.e. tenth standard mathematics.
S. No. Topic Number of Questions
1. Age Problems 2
2. Number system 2
3. Percentage 1
4. Ratio and Proportions 1
Level of difficulty: Easy
Ideal attempts: 5
Ideal correct: 4-5
Time to be allotted: 20 minutes
Section 2: English
The Section covered questions from areas such as grammar, reading comprehension and vocabulary. It had a total of 19 questions which can be categorized as ranging from easy to moderate but it can’t be said that this section was difficult.
Level of difficulty: Easy-moderate
Ideal attempts: 15-18
Ideal correct: 15
Time to be allotted: 20-25 minutes
S. No. Topic Number of Questions
1. English Grammar 2
2. Error spotting 2
3. Fill in the Blanks 2
4. Idioms and Phrases 1
5. One word substitution 1
6. Reading Comprehension 4
7. Verbal Series 3
8. Word meaning 4
Section 3: Logical Reasoning
This section was slightly difficult. The questions were meant tocheck the reasoning ability of the students on a thorough basis. It had questions from blood relations, odd man out, etc and the total number of questions was 19.
Level of difficulty: Medium- difficult
Ideal attempts: 15-17
Ideal correct: 14-17
Time to be allotted: 30 minutes
S. No. Topic Number of Questions
1. Analogies 2
2. Coding-decoding 1
3. Blood Relations 2
4. Reasoning 8
5. Odd one out 2
6. Series 4
Section 4: Legal Aptitude and Constitution
In this section, the questions were Principle-Fact-Decision based questions. This section was difficult compared to the paper of 2017.
S. No. Topic Number of Questions
1. Contract Act 2
2. Criminal Act 1
3. Law of Tort 1
4. Legal GK 7
5. Constitution 11
6. Hindi Marriage Act 1
Level of difficulty: Moderate-difficult
Ideal attempts: 20-22
Ideal correct: 18-20
Time to be allotted: 40 minutes
Section 5: General Knowledge and Current Affairs
This section involved questions from both static and current GK iThe questions covered all areas such as geography, economic awareness, sports, awards, etc. The level of difficulty of this section can be considered as difficult compared to the examination of 2017.
Level of difficulty: Difficult
Ideal attempts: 28-30
Ideal correct: 25-28
Time to be allotted: 10 minutes
S. No. Topic Number of Questions
1. Books and Authors 1
2. Current Affairs 12
3. General Awareness 20
4. Sports 1