AIL Entrance 2015 Exam Pattern provides you an overview of pattern of the law entrance including number of questions, total marks, exam duration and marking scheme. Army Institute of Law conducts AIL Entrance Test for admissions to the five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB.AIL Entrance Test 2015 is scheduled to be held on June 7, 2015.
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Venue – Army Institute of Law shall be conducting AIL Entrance Test 2015 in 11 cities across India. Find below the list –
Number of Questions – AIL Entrance Test 2015 Question paper shall comprise of 220 objective-type questions (MCQs).
Medium – The objective questions will be set in English language only.
Total Marks – The total marks allotted for AIL Entrance Test 2015 is 220.
Marking Scheme – Each of the questions from objective type (MCQs) is of one mark and there is a system of negative marking under which 1/4th marks (0.25 marks) shall be deducted from the total scored marks for every incorrect response.
Moreover, if any candidate responds any question with more than one option, it’ll be treated as wrong and no marks will be awarded for the very question, even if any of the marked options is correct and negative marking will be applicable to the very question.
Distribution of Questions – The 220 questions of AIL Entrance Test 2015 shall be distributed among four sections including –
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Logical Reasoning and Mental Ability
Number of Questions
AIL Entrance Test 2015 is the institute level undergraduate entrance exam for admissions to law programmes in Army Institute of Law. The institute offers 80 seats for five-year integrated LLB programmes including BA LLB.
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The Army Institute of Law Entrance Test (or AIL LET) is an online-based entrance exam conducted by Army Institute of Law, Mohali, Punjab for admission to its BA LLB program.
The question will be of subject Mental Ability, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, and General English.
The Question Pattern and the Syllabus is as follows:
General English :
50 Questions (50 Marks)
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
: 50 Questions (50 Marks)
Mental Ability :
50 Questions (50 Marks)
Law Aptitude :
50 Questions (50 Marks)
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The date of the AIL LET 2020 has not been announced yet. But it is expected that the application will start in 3rd week of april. And the exam will be conducted in 2nd week of june. And result in that week of june itself. For more detail on AIL LET visit
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civil and army categories are different, so they asked for civil category rank holders only.
You have under 100 rank so you can get admission easily in AIL mohali,For army the cutoff is around 60-75 marks, so you have scored a pretty good score.
Best of luck!
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Assuming that your caste category is General, the cutoff score this year for a General category student is 72.75. And considering your score, you have very good chances of getting a seat in the affiliated colleges. It also depends on the number of seats available and the number of qualifying candidates. But still, you seem to have a pretty good chance.
All the Best!
The tentative date for the first round of counselling-cum-admission for Army and All-India categories is 17th July 2019. You will be called for counselling as per your merit in the exam. Admission will be granted only if you are found eligible on the day of counselling. Out of 80 seats, 60 are reserved for wards of Army personnel, 16 for All India general category students, and 4 seats for All India civil categories.
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