University of Rajasthan has successfully conducted the University Law Entrance Test or commonly known as ULET 2021 today, i.e. November 10, 2021. The examination was held for a duration of one and half hours from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM. With the completion of the examination, the official answer keys for the examination have been released on univraj.org/ULET2021. Candidates who have appeared for the examination today can now download the answer keys from the official site.
Steps to Download ULET 2021 Answer Key
Step 1- Go to the official ULET 2021 website – univraj.org/ULET2021
Step 2- Click on the link that reads ‘ULET 2021 Answer Key’
Step 3- The PDF version of the answer key for all the sets will open
Step 4- Download the same and crosscheck the answers.
Based on the answer keys that have been released, candidates will be able to raise objections in writing with the proper citing of the appropriate source to the Convener. The dates for submitting objections are November 11 and 12, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. It must be noted that the objections have to be submitted in writing and to the Convenor, ULET-2021, Department of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. After this, the revised answer key will be released on November 15, 2021 (after 5 PM).
The results are set to be released on November 17, 2021, and the counselling dates will be announced on the university website.
These answer keys can help the candidates to have an idea of the marks that they have scored in ULET 2021. The question paper comprises 150 objective-type questions that follow an MCQ pattern. These questions mostly cover topics like General Knowledge, Social Science, General Science, Indian Constitution and General English. For every correct answer, 01 mark will be awarded but there will be no negative marking for the incorrect ones. Using this marking scheme, candidates can calculate the tentative scores.
Candidates qualifying for ULET 2021 will be eligible for the three-year LLB course at University Law College and University Law College Centre-II of the University of Rajasthan. A total of 600 seats are set to be filled. Out of the total seats, 300 seats are reserved for University Law College and the remaining 300 for University Law College Centre-II (SFS course).