Entrance Exams for admission to Law Courses.


Entrance Exams for Law Courses.


1Common Law Admission Test- CLAT
Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted for admission to undergraduate and post graduate programmes at 14 National Law Universities.
Eligibility for CLAT:
A candidate should have obtained a Senior Secondary School/Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent certificate from a recognized Board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC and ST candidates) and should be below 20 years of age.
CLAT Pattern: CLAT is for 2 hours and it consists of questions on English, General Knowledge/ current affairs Numerical ability, Legal Aptitude and Logical reasoning. There is negative marking for wrong answers also.


2  All India Law Entrance Test -AILET
The National Law University Delhi conducts the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admission to its B.A.LL.B (Hons.), LL.M and Ph.D Degree Programmes.

AILET is held for 82 seats in NLU Delhi. Students who have passed 10+2 with English or appearing for it are eligible to apply. Age limit is 21 years to sit for AILET. To get admission the candidate has to score a min of 40% in AILET.

AILET tests the candidates on English, GK, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Numerical Ability. The paper is of 90 minutes and there are 150 questions.

3 Law School Admission Test -LSAT
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) India is conducted for admission to Law programmes in participating private colleges like Amity, UPES Dehradun, ITM Gurgaon, Faculty of Law Dehradun, RGSOIPL 3 yrs. LLB and others.

Eligibility: 10+2 pass students with min 50% marks are eligible to apply. For 3 year LLB graduates in any stream with min 50% marks.

LSAT has 4 sections on logical reasoning and reading comprehension.

4 Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET)
SET is a common entrance test for admission to its undergraduate courses conducted by Symbiosis. The law school in Symbiosis University takes this entrance test for admission to undergraduate course in law. The test assesses the candidates on Logical reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and GK.

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