AILET 2020 Exam Day Guidelines
AILET 2020 Exam Day Guidelines - AILET 2020 will be conducted on September 26 in online test centre mode. National Testing Agency (NTA) provides detailed AILET exam day guidelines 2020 for the candidates appearing in the examination. The exam day guidelines will be of two types; general exam day guidelines and COVID specific guidelines. While most of the general guidelines of AILET exam day will be similar to any other law entrance exam, the COVID specific guidelines are being issued for the safety of the candidates amid COVID-19 pandemic. AILET happens to be the gateway to NLU Delhi, hence it is very important for the candidates to do their best on the exam day. On preparation front, one may deal with books and notes, but for the successful execution, candidates should brace themselves with all necessary AILET exam day guidelines. In this article, candidates will get to know the AILET exam day guidelines concluding the medical and safety guideline, read below to know more.
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AILET 2020 Exam day guidelines - Key dates
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September 26, 2020
AILET 2020 Exam day guidelines
Candidates should report at the test centre at least one hour before the commencement of the examination.
It is mandatory for all candidates to carry the hardcopy of colour printed admit card of AILET 2020 and a valid ID proof at the exam centre. No candidates will be permitted to appear in the examination without admit card and verification.
Candidates may bring a pen (blue/ball), transparent water bottle at the exam centre.
Candidates must not bring any electronic device such as mobile phone, calculator, watch etc at the exam centre. Candidates who bring their mobile phones will be asked to leave the phone outside the exam hall and the staff at the test centre will not be responsible for the safety of such items.
No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall after the prescribed time; the exam starts at 11 am and will be completed at 12:30 pm. Entry will be allowed from 10 am onwards.
Documents required at the AILET 2020 exam centre
AILET exam day guidelines - Type 2 (Medical precautions)
- All candidates will have to maintain social distancing at the test centre. The NTA guards would manage the crowd at the test centre.
- Candidates will have to bring their own face mask and sanitiser. NTA may also provide the new masks to the candidates before entering the exam hall.
- All candidates will have to undergo thermal screening process before entering the exam hall. A guard at the entry gate will screen the candidates for their body temperature.
- Candidates who report more than 99.1 degree temperature may be taken to the isolation centres for the appearing in the test.
- All kind of respiratory hygiene and sanitization measure will be taken at the test centre. Candidates will also have to sanitise their hands before taking the entry.
- A transparent water bottle may be allowed inside the exam hall.
AILET 2020 Exam Day Guidelines - Advisory for better preparation
The day of the exam brings a lot of anxiety and nervousness to the candidates, hence it is very important that the candidates prepare themselves to face any situation. AILET 2020 guidelines can be divided into two parts: for the day of the exam and for one week before the day of the exam. Candidates must note that the time of one week before the exam is the most important phase of AILET preparation. In the burst of nervousness, sometimes the execution gets affected, affecting the performance negatively. Thus, candidates must chalk out a plan which should be inclusive of the following points.
Revision is important in last few days
In last week, candidates should give maximum time to revise the topics that they have prepared. Revision ensures that what has been read during the AILET preparation lies with you till the time of the exam or above. Try to revise the short notes multiple times and give additional time to more important topics that frequently appear in AILET.
Attempt mock tests
Try to attempt a lot of mock tests in a simulating atmosphere. Solving AILET mock tests and sample papers hold a lot of importance. On one hand, it lets you know your weakness and gives a qualitative review, at the same time, it also makes you accustomed to the test pattern, level and makes you learn time management and several other things.
Download the AILET admit card 2020 within given time
Candidates should not wait for the last moment to download the admit card of AILET 2020 to avoid the last-minute rush. Also, downloading the admit card will ensure that you dodge any unforeseen events like suspended internet connection, heavy load on admit card portal.
Visit the exam centre - The exam centre will be allotted across the country, so candidates may need to visit the new city. In such cases, candidates are advised to visit the centre at least a day before the exam to know the location, transportation facilities and other things.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - AILET 2020 Exam Day Guidelines
Question: I lost my password, how can I download my AILET 2020 admit card?
In such case, you can click on the link give for password forgot, provide your registered email id. The password will be sent to you via mail.
Question: Can I carry a digital watch to the exam centre?
No, to ensure a hassle-free entry you should avoid carrying a digital watch.
Question: Can I request the exam authorities to change my exam centre?
No, any request for change in exam centre will be entertained.
Question: Where can I find details related to the reporting time, exam duration and others?
Such details are communicated by the conducting body along with the release of admit card.
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Questions related to AILET
B. Sc final yr students can apply for AILET 3YS Program courses?
Which 3 year program are you asking about?
AILET examination is conducted to offer following programs :-
*BA LLB ( 5 year integrated llb)
*LLM ( master of law - 2 years)
You are not eligible for llm or master of law as to be eligible you need to do undergraduate in law i. e llb or equivalent first .
To do llb ,one has 2 options :-
* 5 year integrated llb like ba llb, after 12th
* llb, 3 year after graduation
So , after bsc, you can go for 3 year llb but AILET is not the entrance exam for the same.
You can go for DU llb or bhu llb entrance examination, as they offer 3 year llb.
And yes being, a final year student you will be eligible for 3 year LLB entrance examinations
Here's du llb eligibility criteria :-
*To be eligible you need to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognised University and must have got at least 50% in graduation if belong to general category or 45% belong to OBC category for 40% belong to Sc or St category to be eligible.
* Also candidates who are in final year /semester are eligible
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I am planning to give CLAT and AILET in 2022, when should I start preparing for their current affairs??
Usually the current affairs are for a period of one year, hence as per the release of application form, prior to it you can prepare for the current affairs, the best way to deal with this is to read newspaper on a daily basis, so that while you're near to appearing for the exam, you can go through various magazines for covering the portion of revision, there are various competitive exam sites also which offer monthly compilations you can go through these as well, and once you form a habit of daily reading what happens is you're well acquainted with the latest happening, and it's easy to recall what you have read, here comes the importance of daily newspaper reading, you can go through sample papers as well as this will give you an idea about the specific topics that are being covered.
What is the difference between clat and AilET
*I will provide you with detailed information about the difference between CLAT and AILET they are :-
*CLAT stands for Common Law Admission Test and it offers admission in 19 universities and it offers 2,420 seats in total . It is an online exam and it contains only MCQ based questions. It contains total of 200 quetions of 200 marks.
*Where has fee structure is :-
* for general category is 4,000 and for SC/ST category is 3,500
*Where has AILET stands for All India Law Entrance Test and has only one participating institute that is, the National Law University, Delhi. And it offers 73 seats for the LLB program whereas 20 seats for the LLM program. It contains total of 150 quetions for 150 marks and it is an offline exam . Where has the question paper contains MCQs and an essay writing paper.
*The fee structure is :-
*for general category it is - Rs 3,050
*For SC/ST category is- 1,050
*For further more information you can check the below link :-
Hope it helpful
sir mera b.com ka final year h aur mera dream l.l.b krna ka h to kya m ClLAT aur AILET ka form bhr skti hu is br
I presume it's CLAT that you're enquiring about, first of all CLAT is conducted for admission of integrated law programs at undergraduate level, it's not for three year LLB course, and even for AILET which is conducted by National Law University, it offers only integrated law program at undergraduate level, you can check out the details at the official website at https://nludelhi.ac.in/home.aspx , admission to LLB varies as per the norms of the concerned university, for some it's based on the merit of the qualifying examination, to provide you an example The Tamilnadu Dr BR Ambedkar University offers LLB without any entrance exam, some of the top entrance exams for LLB are DU LLB by Delhi University, LAT by Allahabad University, BHU UET by Banaras Hindu University,LSAT scores are accepted by many universities, there are also state level law entrance exams for three years LLB such as TS LAWCET in Telangana, AP LAWCET in Andhra Pradesh, KLEE in Kerala, MHT CET LAW in Maharastra etc, the eligibility criteria is passed graduation in any stream from a recognized university with 45-50% aggregate(this again varies in case of DU, BHU they need 50% marks at graduation), generally final year candidates too are eligible to apply provided they can show the proof of their qualifying examination during the time of admission, so kindly check out the details for the university for which you're interested to apply for the same.
Mera graduation ka final year hai to kya main CLAt aur AILET ke exam ke liye apply kar sakti hun
Yes, you can apply for both CLAT and AILET exam in your final year of graduation. The minimum eligibility for appearing in CLAT and AILET exam is 10+2 with a minimum percentage of 45% in case of CLAT and 50% for AILET exam in 10+2. There is no upper age limit set for appearing in the examination.
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