SLAT 2019 Analysis

The law entrance exam for the courses offered at different Symbiosis colleges was conducted as an online test.  The paper had a total of 150 questions, divided into five different sections. The sections were named as Reading comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, and Legal Reasoning. The total duration of the test was 150 minutes or two and a half hours. The total marks of the test were 150 i.e. the same as the total number of questions as every question was of 1 mark only. Though there was no negative marking in the exam. This test was conducted by SIU i.e. Symbiosis International University. You can read the composition of different section and their difficulty level in the paragraphs given below.         
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The exam pattern has been discussed in detailed manner in the following table.
Name of the Section
Maximum Marks
Number of Questions
Difficulty Level
Reading Comprehension
30
30
Easy to Moderate
Analytical Reasoning
30
30
Easy to Moderate
Logical Reasoning
30
30
Easy
General Knowledge
30
30
Moderate
Legal Reasoning
30
30
Easy to Moderate
Total
150
150
 
Section I: Reading Comprehension
This section of the test had roughly about six passages of different lengths. Overall the passages were not lengthy and were easy to comprehend. The passages were mostly based on environment and greenery, mining, racism, goods and services tax, etc.   
Section II: Analytical Reasoning
This section of the test was easy to moderate difficulty level. Just like the previous years, there were some questions from the commercial Math’s in this. The questions were asked from the topics like ratio & proportion, work and time, profit and loss, partnership and percentage.
Section III:Logical Reasoning
This section was the easiest section of the paper as reported by the students. Most of the questions in this section were sitters. Even in this section the composition was like the previous year’s only. The questions appearing in this section were primarily from the areas like coding – decoding, directions, family based puzzles, verbal analogies, odd man out and directions sense.
Section IV: General Knowledge
This section was of moderate difficulty level as reported by the students. The questions were an optimum mix of current GK and Static GK. There were some questions from Govt. schemes, famous personalities, economics etc.
Section V: Legal Reasoning
In this section the questions were asked from the contract act, torts, criminal law and Indian polity and constitution. Students who hard revised their legal knowledge well could have answered those questions.
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