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    AILET Exam Analysis 2022 by LegalEdge: Difficulty Level, Expected Cut Off Marks, Previous Year Cut offs

    Edited By Team Careers360 | Updated on Jul 02, 2022 12:18 PM IST | #AILET

    The law aspirants finally wrapped up the AILET 2022 paper on June 26! The exam was conducted offline across various centres in India, and more than 15,000 students appeared for the examination. The overall paper was divided into three sections of 150 multiple choice questions with 150 marks in total and a negative marking of 0.25. The sections included:

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    AILET Exam Analysis 2022 by LegalEdge: Difficulty Level, Expected Cut Off Marks, Previous Year Cut offs
    AILET Exam Analysis 2022 by LegalEdge: Difficulty Level, Expected Cut Off Marks, Previous Year Cut offs
    • Section A: English Language (50 questions; 50 marks).

    • Current Affairs & General Knowledge (30 questions; 30 marks).

    • Section C: Logical Reasoning (70 questions; 70 marks).

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    The students faced an element of surprise while attempting this year's paper. As the pattern was changed, the arrangement of questions startled the students a bit. However, the majority of the sections were still added to the examination, with Mathematics being an exception. English and Logical reasoning section were lengthy compared to the previous years, but the overall difficulty of the paper was easy to moderate.

    English language - Easy

    The English section was more inclined toward reading comprehensive patterns. This made the section quite lengthy with a diverse range of genres. The students who prepared well for the CLAT examination could easily get hold of this section. The students were thrown away by the lack of standalone questions on vocabulary or grammar, which have been the part of AILET examination for a long time. Although there were some out-of-the-box questions, the overall difficulty level of the section was on the easier end.

    General knowledge and current affairs

    The General knowledge section mainly comprised current affairs of the last year, with very few questions on Legal and General knowledge. As per the previous trend, this section's difficulty level was comparatively easy. The section was a piece of cake for the students who had thoroughly covered the current affairs in the newspaper during their preparation.

    Logical reasoning

    As expected, the Logical reasoning section was inclusive of questions from critical, analytical and legal reasoning. With around 40 questions, the primary emphasis was placed on critical reasoning, and the section was highly conceptual. The questions in critical reasoning were mostly statement and para-based, covering the topics like assumption and conclusion. In addition, the analytical section was spread over 20 questions, wherein the questions were asked from syllogism or data arrangement sets. Lastly, the remaining questions were on legal aptitude, which was very easy.

    Section-wise difficulty

    SubjectDifficulty level

    English

    Easy-Lengthy

    General knowledge

    Easy

    Logical reasoning including legal aptitudeVery easy - Highly conceptual
    OverallEasy

    AILET 2022 expected cut offs

    The cut-off for this year can be expected on the higher end with around 100+ for the General category. Students can watch the detailed AILET 2022 exam analysis from the LegalEdge experts below:

    AILET 2022 Paper Analysis Part 1:


    AILET 2022 Paper Analysis Part 2:

    AILET previous year cut off

    AILET previous year cut offs (2021)

    Categories

    Cutoff marks and rank for BA LLB

    Cutoff marks and rank for LLM

    General

    100 (Rank - 82)

    100.25 (Rank - 60)

    OBC-Non Creamy Layer

    84.25 (Rank - 653)

    92.25 (Rank - 156)

    Scheduled Caste

    72.75 (Rank - 1819)

    78 (Rank - 490)

    72.75 (Rank - 1826)

    Scheduled Tribe

    63.25 (Rank - 3183)

    74 (Rank - 621)

    Persons with Disability (General)

    71.25 (Rank - 1988)

    96.25 (Rank - 109)

    PwD (OBC-Non Creamy Layer)

    70 (Rank - 2185)

    -

    PwD (SC)

    49.5 (Rank - 6069)

    -

    Kashmiri Migrants

    78.5 (Rank - 1166)

    74.75 (Rank - 598)

    Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

    88.75 (Rank - 387)

    -

    EWS

    89.5 (Rank - 358)

    91.75 (Rank - 167)

    AILET cutoff 2020 - BA LLB and LLM

    Categories

    Cutoff marks for BA LLB

    Cut off marks for LLM

    General

    75.25

    81.25

    OBC-Non Creamy Layer

    63

    66.75

    Scheduled Caste

    48

    60.25

    Scheduled Tribe

    37

    61.25

    Persons with Disability (General)

    44.25

    67.5

    PwD (OBC-Non Creamy Layer)

    26.5

    38.75

    PwD (SC)

    29.5

    -

    Kashmiri Migrants

    52

    58.5

    Residents of Jammu and Kashmir

    57

    -

    EWS

    68

    63.75

    EWS (PwD)

    30.5

    -

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