Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) is going to announce AP Law Common Entrance Test (AP LAWCET) and AP Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Test (PGLCET) 2020 results on November 4, 2020. The result will be announced online, on sche.ap.gov.in. All the candidates who appeared for the exam, will be able to download the result in the form of rank card.
Candidates can check their PGLCET and AP LAWCET result by first, locating the result link on the homepage of the website. Following this, the student login opens and candidates are expected to enter their hall ticket number and date of birth. After filling-in the required credentials, candidates need to click on the ‘submit’ option. The examination results shall be displayed on the screen.
The scorecard contains important candidate details and certain instructions which the candidates are expected to read carefully. Candidate details such as examination roll number, name of candidate, rank obtained in the examination, marks obtained in every subject, status of result (pass or fail), candidate photograph and candidate category, etc. are also mentioned.
The score in both the exams is prepared on the basis of the marking scheme, which is add 1 marks for each correct answer. Since there is no negative marking in the exam, marks are not deducted for an incorrect answer. On the basis of the score, the rank in the exam is determined.
Candidates must bear in mind that no re-checking or re-evaluation facility shall be given after the declaration of results.
Authorities have also specified a tie-breaking system in case two or more candidates get the same score. In the TS LAWCET exam, candidate who has scored higher rank in part C is considered first to break the tie. In case the tie still persists, candidate scoring higher marks in Part B is given a higher rank. The last way to break the tie is to give higher priority to the older candidate. In the TS PGLCET exam, candidate who has scored higher rank in part A is considered first to break the tie. In case the tie still persists, older candidate shall be given a higher rank. The AP LAWCET and PGLCET results are scheduled to be declared on the same day in November 2020, as informed by the conducting.
To qualify for the AP LAWCET Exam, candidates have to score 35% marks i.e. 42 marks out of 120. On the other hand, the minimum qualifying marks needed for AP PGLCET is 25%, i.e. 30 marks out of 120. Candidates belonging to SC/ST category are exempted from this.
This year, AP LAWCET and PGLCET 2020 was held on October 01, 2020. These are state level examination, which are conducted for admission of eligible candidates in LLB and LLM course. Only the colleges in the state participate in the counselling and grant admission on the basis of rank in the exam.