AILET 2015 Preparation Tips: How to prepare in last days
AILET 2015 scheduled for May 3 is barely few more days to go. Candidates appearing for the second most coveted law entrance exam would be now revising and focusing on last days’ preparation. AILET 2015 Last Minutes’ Preparation Tips would help them in grabbing a seat in NLU Delhi among the 80 seats being offered for five-year integrated law programmes.
Careers360 brings you AILET 2015 Preparation Tips in last days, to help you with expert insights on preparation on different sections of the law entrance. Exam experts share their inputs on AILET 2015, advising books and preparation materials for cracking AILET 2015 besides time-management strategy.
Read below to know what AILET experts advise you on Last days’ preparation for AILET 2015 and how to crack AILET 2015.
What I need to concentrate uponduring last days’ preparation for AILET 2015
Experts recommend sticking to the same strategy which you have planned during early preparation days as it keeps you on track. Harsh Gagrani, CEO, LegalEdge Tutorial says, “Law exam aspirants need to prepare a schedule and stick to it in their last days’ preparation as it will help them in performing well in the exam.”
Experts advise for concentrating on revising concepts. Rajendra Khadav, Director, Crack CLAT Tutorials says, “Law aspirants should now concentrate on revising concepts of AILET syllabus and re-look their knowledge to be thorough with the revised concepts.”
AILET Toppers also advocate for taking regular mock tests. Yashika Jain, AILET 2013, AIR 8 says, “I used to take mock tests and practice last years’ question papers, regularly as it helped me in analyzing me preparation and move to the next level.”
How mock tests are important?
Exam experts and toppers recommend for taking regular mock tests and previous years’ question papers. Rajneesh Singh, Law Entrance Expert, IMS Learning Resources says, “Appearing in mock tests will help aspirants in improving their speed apart from overcoming their fear.” The exam expert also suggests, “One mock test each day will help you in revising your concepts apart from building your confidence.”
However, some toppers have appeared for as many as 100 mock tests before the actual exam, to outsmart other candidates and grab a prestigious seat among the 80 offered by NLU Delhi. Ashwij Ramaih says, “I have taken around 100 mock tests before actually appearing in AILET 2014. Mock tests were really helpful in gauging my performance of AILET. I also used to solve previous years' question papers as many as possible.”
Yashika Jain, the AILET 2013 Topper says, “I took mock tests almost every day during the last two months before appearing for All India Law Entrance Test, which helped me in knowing my preparation level and avoiding mistakes on the actual exam day.”
Siddhartha Dey, AILET 2014, AIR 7 credits his success to mock tests. The 7th Ranker of AILET 2014 says, “Mock test scores kept my head from tuning into a boiler. Mock tests are the only one God for us.”
Which books are important for AILET Preparation?
Various exam experts and toppers recommend different books and study materials. Ashwij Ramaih, AIR 1, AILET 2014 suggests law exam preparation books including Tata McGraw Hill, Arihant Publications and Universal Guide to LLB.
The following books are highly recommended by the experts –
Manorama Year Book
Pearson’s Concise GK
Analytical and Logical Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal
Competition Success Review
Wren and Martin
However, Dr. Hema Raman, Director, Sri Ram Law Academy points out that there are not many books in the market to match the standard of questions of the law entrances. She says, “Most books consist of questions from the previous years' and law aspirants need to practice previous years’ questions as many as possible as it will help in building confidence and upkeep you with the proper pattern of the law entrances.”
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Questions related to AILET
what is the new date of AILET exam 2020?
As per your question NLU Delhi has announced that AILET 2020 will now be conducted on August 18, in
remote proctored test mode. The admit card for appearing in AILET 2020 are going to be issued on July
27. the web form of AILET 2020 has been extended till July 7.
AILET is conducted once during a year for admissions to 5-year integrated (BA LLB) and LLM law
programmes offered by the institute. The BA LLB program features a seat intake capacity of 70 seats
which will be filled supported AILET 2020 scores. Further, there are 10 additional seats reserved for
Foreign Nationals which will be offered through direct admission supported merit.
Foreign nationals are exempt fro appearing in AILET 2020. The LLM program has 70 seats which will be
filled supported AILET 2020 scores, and 10 seats for foreign nationals.
AILET 2020 exam are going to be conducted in offline mode and include 150 MCQs. Candidates who
qualify the examination are further involved the counselling and admission procedure conducted by NLU
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we have applied AILET , BA,LLB 2020 course through NLU DELHI official website., Now, I want to know whether we should once again apply for the NLU Delhi university sparately or not. Please kindly calrify my doubt
If you already filled the form AILET 2020 then you dont need to apply again. To get admission in NLU, Delhi you you are required to give AILET only.
AILET is held once a year for admissions to the 5-year comprehensive (BA LLB) and LLM legal programs offered by the university. The BA LLB plan has a seat intake capacity of 70 seats to be filled on the basis of the AILET 2020 ranking. In fact, there are 10 extra seats reserved for foreign nationals to be provided through preferential entry on the basis of merit.
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what a good score for ailet admission sc candidate
The good score in Ailet is candidate shall secure minimum of 40%( for sc and sc candidates ) of the total marks in the AILET to become eligible for the admission . Students appearing or having passed class 12 with minimum 50% marks are eligible for the exam .
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What are the overall maths topics in CLAT, AILET and HSEE ?
For CLAT, Mathematics comes under Quantitative Techniques section. And this section includes short set of facts or prepositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information followed by a series of questions. You need to apply 10th standard mathematical operations on ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.
For AILET, There will be 10 questions from Mathematics Section.
- Mensuration: Areas and Volumes
- Commercial Mathematics: Interest, Profit, Loss and Discounts, Percentage, Partnership
- Modern Mathematics: Permutation and Combination Probability, Clocks and Calendars
- Data Interpretation: Graphs and Charts
- Arithmetic: Number Syaytem, H.C.F and L.C.M, Logarithms and Functions, Fractions and Decimals, Rots and Indices, Simplification, Ration and proportions, Time and Work, Average.
For HSEE, you need to prepare on topics like Numbers, Algebra, High Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple, Calendar, Basic Statistics, Profit and Loss, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest, Work and time, Discount, Age, Sums, Linear Equations, Elementary Trigonometry, Data Interpretation, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Brain-teasers and patterns.