As AILET 2015 ended on May 3, Careers360 brings you AILET 2015 Expert Analysis. Harsh Gagrani, Director, LegalEdge Tutorials shares his insights on AILET 2015, where he shares an Overall Analysis of AILET 2015 Paper as well as the section-wise analysis too.
Read below Expert Analysis on AILET 2015 to get an overview of AILET Cutoff Trend and Expected Cutoff.
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Careers360: What is your overall take on AILET 2015?Harsh Gagrani: AILET 2015 was a moderate paper if talking in terms of difficulty level. My overall take on AILET 2015 is that the paper was a bit lengthy but still worth scoring as was easier than last year’s.
Careers360: Share the section-wise analysis of AILET 2015 Paper.Harsh Gagrani: AILET 2015 as per the paper pattern had five sections and the analysis of each section is as follows –
English – There was a single reading Comprehension comprising some 7-8 eight related questions. Apart from the comprehension passage, there were some questions of Para Jumbles, Word Meanings, Puzzles and Antonyms. The section was quite easy and candidates with less effort would be scoring well in this.
General Knowledge – AILET 2015 Paper had almost every question related to Current Affairs. A very few questions were from Static GK. This also was quite surprising for candidates. However, the questions were of good level and worth scoring.
Reasoning – This section of AILET 2015 was a bit tricky. There were questions of Number Sequences, Puzzles, Course of Actions, etc. This section could be gauged more a bit difficult than other sections.
Legal Aptitude – As per the general trend of AILET, candidates find this section quite unpredictable and a bit tough as it’s the only paper that they don’t study during their +2 schooling. However, this year’s paper was easy as I analyze with around 10 questions related to Legal Knowledge and the rest 25 from Legal Reasoning and Assumption type.
Mathematics – The questions from this section was typical and was of moderate level. Questions covered common topics including Simple Interest/Compound Interest, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Number System and Average.
Careers360: What is the expected cutoff for AILET 2015?Harsh Gagrani: AILET 2015 had some anomalies. Several AILET 2015 test takers found it a lengthy paper and I expect AILET 2015 First Cutoff Cutoff would be set between 100 and 105 for the General category candidates.
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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Previous year cut-off for AILET has been as follows;
The Syllabus consists for five sections such as General Knowledge, Reasoning, Legal Aptitude, Mathematics and English.
You can go through the following books;
For English, Wren and Martin is the best grammar books to build the basic concepts, for Vocabulary there's Norman Lewis Word Power Made Easy, you can also practice through Objective General English by SP Bakshi, this book is great for evaluating your progress.
For GK, go through newspaper such as The Hindu or The Indian Express for dynamic part, you can also go through monthly magazines such as Pratiyogita Darpan and static part you may refer Lucent's GK or there are sites such as Jagran Josh, GKToday which you can use.
For Reasoning, you can use Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey or Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning by RK Agarwal.
For Legal Aptitude, you can use a book named Legal Aptitude for CLAT and other exxaminations by AP Bharadwaj.
For Mathematics, you can go through NCERT books for foundation, and any of the among RK Agarwal's Quantitative Aptitude, M Tyra's Magical Maths.
Check out sample paper at https://law.careers360.com/download/ailet-sample-papers-previous-years
There are total 123 seats in AILET, you can see the detailed distribution at https://nludelhi.ac.in/adm-ba.aspx
The CLAT exam syllabus has changed this year and shift to more aptitude side then remembering things.The no.of questions reduced from 200 to 120/125 but the time duration will be the same that is 2 hours.
Here are few tips for preparation you must follow to get a good score without coaching:-
English: Vocabulary questions will be asked. Word Power Made Easy is the book you can use to improve your vocabulary.
High School Grammar and Composition ( by Wren and Martin)It is a book to improve the grammar skills.
GK: Question on current affairs will be asked. Read newspaper for CURRENT G.K. than trying to grasp all info at once. Some of the newspaper sources which you can use to prepare this section are The Hindu, Financial Express, and The Economist. You can also use some other apps like Inshorts etc for current affairs.Mathematics: Only Data based questions will be asked. Like you have some information and questions on basis of that information.Logical Reasoning: Data tables, Data Charts, Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts, Graphs, Data Comparison and Analysis. These are some of the topics on which you can expect questions.
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AILET has extended the window to fill the registration forms from 15th May 2020 to 30th June 2020 and the exam will be conducted in August.
To prepare for the exam, you must follow some tips such as
Prepare short notes of topics and revise them regularly.
Practice sample papers, mock tests and previous year papers.
Regularly read newspapers to cover the current topics.
For more information you can go through this link
NLU Delhi has notified that is waiving off the requirement to upload scanned copy of category/caste certificate at the time of submission of AILET 2020 application form. The candidate will instead have to produce the category/caste certificate in original along with a self-attested copy at the tie of reporting for admission. Please click the below link to know more.
The All India Law Entrance Examination is postponed due to corona virus or COVID-19 pandemic until further notice. The new date for All India Law Entrance Examination is not yet released by the officials. Please click the below link to know more about All India Law Entrance Examination.
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