Bar Council of India (BCI) successfully conducted the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) 16 on Sunday, October 31, 2021. The examination was held across more than 50 cities in the country. Candidates attempting the paper had to mark the correct circles in the OMR sheet. Candidates who qualify for this exam will be considered “competent” to practice law in the country. Thereafter, they will be awarded the Certificate of Practice by the bar council.
Just a day has passed since the conduction of the AIBE 16 examination and already, candidates are ardently waiting for the official answer key to release on allindiabarexamination.com. However, this will take at least a week’s time. Thus, candidates can refer to the answer keys released by several coaching institutes online. These have been uploaded either in the document or video format with detailed solutions, by thecoaching centres.
AIBE 16 Answer Key Released by Coaching Centres
To help candidates calculate their tentative AIBE 16 score, candidates refer to the list of YouTube channels and their corresponding links given below –
Finology Legal – Click here
LLB Fighter – Click here
Raush Pcs classes – Click here
Judicial study by Khushbo – Click here
Study for Judicial Services – Click here
Law on Tips – Click here
Mr & Mrs LLB – Click here
Legum Gyan – Click here
AIBE 16 Marking Scheme to Calculate Tentative Score
BCI authorities are soon going to release the official AIBE 16 answer key on the official website allindiabarexamination.com. Till that time, candidates can refer to the answer keys released by the coaching institutes to calculate and determine their tentative score. It is manifested that the actual score will differ from the tentative one. But it will still provide a general idea of where candidates stand as far as results are concerned i.e. the chances of them qualifying the examination.
To calculate their AIBE 16 tentative score, candidates must compare their answers with the ones specified in the answer key and determine the number of right answers. They must ignore the unanswered or wrongly-answered questions as there is no negative marking. Finally, they must assign 1 mark to every right answer and calculate the tentative score. So, in simple terms, the formula to calculate marks is as follows –
Tentative Score = 1 x (No. of Right Answers)
After determining the AIBE 16 score, candidates must compare it with the previous-year cut-offs to understand their qualifying chances. Each category has a different cut-off. Hence, aspirants must make sure to see the general category cut-off as well as their reserved category cut-off and compare both with their tentative score.