AILET Past Year Paper Analysis 2021

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Overall AILET Analysis: 2018

Approximately 18,000 candidates appeared for the paper-pencil based test in 40 exam centres across 21 cities of India. National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) conducted All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2018 on May 6,2018 (Sunday) from 3 PM to 4.30 PM.

The maximum marks for a student to score in the examination are 150. Candidates who secure minimum cut-off marks get admission in Ph. D. , LLM and B. A. LLB programmes offered by NLUs across the country.

After the test was conducted, we received many reactions from students regarding the paper. While some candidates found AILET 2018 to be hard, some others found it to be of moderate difficulty level.

The biggest of AILET exam pattern, which had a negative marking of 0.25 marks.

According to exam experts, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate while the section-wise difficulty level was moderate to hard.

Mathematics turned out to be the toughest section as it comprised of questions that had never been seen before.

In General Knowledge, the questions were based on the events as recent as those happened in the month of May. This section in the paper required students to keep themselves updated with the latest happenings.

The English section had more questions related to idioms, grammatical errors, and General English. This year, this section had no Reading Comprehension passages, which were present in the paper last year.

Students found the Legal Aptitude section comprising of Legal General Knowledge questions quite easy. AILET 2018 takers found the Legal Reasoning questions tough to answer as the paper was quite lengthy.

With the introduction of negative marking of 0.25 marks for wrong answers, the cut-off for AILET 2018 could be around the range of 90 - 92 marks.

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