All India Law Entrance Test i.e AILET 2019 exam date has been announced. AILET 2019 is going to be conducted on May 05, 2019. The National Law University announced the exam date through an official notification on the official website. The exam will be held from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
It is expected that the students will be able to fill the Application Form from the first week of January 2019. Candidates will be notified on the official website of AILET about the availability of Application form. Often filled in a hurry, candidates face rejections and thus this time, the studnets have to be extra careful while filling the AILET 2019 Application Form.
Along with the 5 Year BA LLB aspirants, the students looking forward to studying Post Graduate LLM programme and also the Ph.D. programme can appear for the exam. It is the right time that the students gear up and begin the preparation for AILET 2019.
Those students who will successfully get registered and pay the respective application fee will have to download the Admit Card to appear for the exam. Not to mention, the admit card contains important information that the candidates provide at the time of filling the application form. Thus, students must make sure that they do not make any errors while filling the application form.
Coming back to the preparation, the students have been using various strategies for the Law exam preparation. Making sure that they’re up to date with the Syllabus, giving quality time to studying, making short notes etc is what is being suggested to the AILET 2019 Aspirants.
If we consider the previous year exam pattern, the students will have to answer 100 questions carrying 1 mark each. Students also need to upgrade their reading skills since they will also have to answer 1 essay question carrying 50 Marks. Students will be asked questions from sections such as English, Elementry Mathematics, Legal Aptitude, General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning. Each section carries 35 Marks, except for the Elementry Mathematics section that carries 10 Marks.
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