As AILET 2015 was conducted on May 3 at 38 exam centres located in 19 cities of India, Careers360 brings you firsthand exam experience straight away from the exam centres. AILET 2015 Exam Analysis provides you an overall overview of the second most coveted law entrance exam with student reactions on AILET 2015.
NLU Delhi has conducted second most coveted law entrance exam in offline mode for admissions to around 80 seats for five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB.
Before we proceed to Exam Analysis of AILET 2015, let us go through the paper pattern of AILET 2015.
AILET 2015 was a 90 minutes offline paper began at 3:00 pm
The law entrance exam was conducted in offline mode
The paper had 150 questions set in English medium carrying total marks of 150
The 150 multiple choice questions covered five sections including English, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Elementary Mathematics
Law aspirants can get an overview of the section-wise distribution of questions from the pictogram below –
Marking Scheme of AILET 2015 – Candidates can look below for the marking scheme of AILET 2015 Paper –
Every correct answer will be marked 1 mark. As NLU Delhi doesn’t follow a negative marking scheme, therefore no marks will be deducted for any question responded wrong. If any question is responded with more than one answer, the same will be regarded as wrong answer, even if one of the options marked is correct and no marks will be awarded for the very question.
AILET 2015 Exam Analysis – We bring you first-hand experience of AILET 2015 from the test takers themselves. Candidates who have appeared in AILET 2015 on May 3 can go through the paper analysis of the law entrance exam.
Overall Analysis of AILET 2015 – As per the test takers, AILET 2015 was of moderate type.
Section-wise Analysis of AILET 2015 – The law aspirants who had appeared for AILET 2015 on May 3 reported that English section was easier than the other sections, while Legal Aptitude was the toughest section.
Student Reactions to AILET 2015 – Find below the students’ reactions to AILET 2015 –
Abhinav – This was my second attempt and was of the same pattern as last year. It was a moderate paper this year too. Legal Aptitude was the toughest section which had most of the questions from situation and principles. I couldn’t attempt Mathematics section. General Knowledge had more questions from Current Affairs section and was of moderate level. There was one comprehension passage with five-six questions and was a bit lengthy.
Aditi Gupta –This is my first attempt and English was the easiest section for me. I didn’t have the time to begin with Mathematics section though as far as I have attempted the other sections, Legal Aptitude was the toughest of all. English had a comprehension passage and questions from vocabulary, cloze paras, para jumbles, etc.
Aayushi – Reasoning was of moderate level with type of questions from series, missing numbers, puzzles, etc. For me GK was easy as most of the question were from current affairs. I could attempt some of the questions from Mathematics section which had more questions from Average, Profit and Loss, Percentage etc.
Raunak – Mathematics was the toughest section as I could not attempt it. General Knowledge had some questions from static GK and rest it was all from recent news and updates. English section had a comprehension with 5-6 questions and some word meanings, antonyms, etc.
AILET 2015 is the second most sought after law entrance exam for admissions to 80 seats in NLU Delhi for five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB. NLU Delhi is the only National Law University (NLU) among the 17 NLUs in India which is not a member of CLAT 2015 Committee.
Dr. G.S. Bajpai, AILET 2015 Convenor said that as many as 16215 candidates have registered for AILET 2015.
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Hello dear aspirant.
As of now you will be facing a great problem at the time of admission because they can't allow a failed candidate. Yes in eligibility criteria you will find that only +2 passed is required. But it will be not sufficient when you go for admission.
Hope you get it.
Dear Sonu, Candidates with PWD can opt for Scribes. Scribes are those who assist PWD Candidates in writing the exam. The scribe will read out the question for the Candidate and the Candidate will give the answer and the scribe has to mention that as the answer. These scribes are used for visually imparied, Candidates with cerebral palsy, with locomotor disabilities and whose speed or writing or using a mouse is affected. And there is a compensatory time of 20 minutes allotted in additional for every 1 hour of exam duration. So for CLAT, there is 40 minutes of additional time that is allotted.
AILET is an entrance test for admission to National Law University, Delhi. Admission to all other NLUs in India is done through CLAT exam. The syllabus and level for both exams is quite similar. And hence so is the preparation required. There are various coaching institutea that provide coaching for CLAT and AILET. Now it also depends on the city in which you are looking for as the faculty etc would differ. But a few top institutes are-
Best of luck
Some tips which can help you to prepare for your LLB entrance
1. You can solve the mock tests provided in this link, they are very benificial as they help you to practice and increases your knowledge as well. You can solve them when you are not willing to study or learn anything, by this way you can easily test your knowledge
2. You can refer to exam expert on Legal aptitude published by Wiley Publications, this will be helpful.
3. You must go through History, Geography, Economy and General Science from any national level publication such as Arihant, Pearson or Universal.
4. Go through newspapers such as The Hindu, especially its Editorial and National pages. Plus, online portals such as GK Today, TCY and Cloud Affairs are of much help.
5. For English, You should regularly practice it and while answeing questions you should read the passage properly
6. For quantitative aptitude, you can refer to Tenth standard R.S. Aggarwal or R.D. Sharma, it will be more than sufficient.
7. For Logical reasoning, you may refer to Books by M.K. Pandey and R.S. Aggarwal .
Some tips for DU LLB entrance exam
1. Make a daily schedule and make sure that you stick to it as you have very less time being in 3rd year of graduation. Keep some leisure time as well.
2. Start managing your time according to your subjects. Start making short term goals.
3. You can take help of a good coaching institute. They can easily help you with clearing of doubts, tests etc.
4. you can go for online mock tests available on the internet. Link ;
All the best
Thankyou, I hope it helps, Feel free to approach for further queries
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