AILET 2019 Exam Day Guidelines
Sonali.jolly, 26 Apr 2019, #AILET
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AILET 2019 Exam Day Guidelines - Preparing for any examination is like preparing for a battle, a battle that everyone has to fight once in their lifetime. Examination day requires you to give your best shot and every ounce of effort that you have left inside you. Guidelines for AILET 2019 exam day are nothing but the things we all know we should do on and before our exam day. So, why are we discussing the things that we already know? To understand the importance of AILET exam day guidelines 2019, let us first know what you are competing for.

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National Law University Delhi ranks among the top 5 law schools of India. It has the edge to the other National Law Universities because of its location. Situated in the heart of the country, the university provides an ideal incubator for budding lawyers. A law degree from National Law University Delhi is no less than a golden feather on your cap. To maintain the high standards of the Institute, NLUD conducts a separate entrance test for admission to the 80 BA LL.B seats. Every year around 15,000 students appear for AILET, making the competition for mere 80 seats tough. What sets you apart from all these law aspirants?

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When competing at this level, execution becomes as important as the preparation strategy. The dreams of many deserving candidates were crushed due to panic or black outs during the examination. We at Careers360 want every student to be able to give their absolute best on the exam day, and with this intention, we have compiled an examination day strategy for you - AILET 2019 exam day guidelines.

AILET 2019 exam day guidelines can be divided into two parts

  • A week before the exam guidelines

  • The D-Day guidelines

AILET 2019 exam day guidelines- the Do's and Don’ts for a week before the examination

The marking scheme of the examination should be on your tips-

By this time you must have already gone through the marking scheme a hundred times but go through it once again. To prod your memory, we have illustrated the marking scheme and syllabus in brief.

Mode of Examination

Offline

Language of Question paper

English

Type of Questions

MCQ

Duration of Examination

1 hour 30 minutes

Syllabus

Subject

Weightage (in marks)

General knowledge

35

English

35

Elementary mathematics

10

Legal aptitude

35

Logical reasoning

35

Total marks

150

Marking Scheme

One mark will be awarded for every correct answer

0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer

Revise what has been read-

Do not start anything new. Revise the syllabus you have covered to refresh your memory. Revision will help you recollect things faster on the day of the examination.

Solve previous years question papers-

Preparing for an examination and actually appearing for it are quite different experiences. Familiarize yourself to the examination pattern by solving previous years question paper. Question papers of AILET 2010-2018 are available for download at Free AILET Law Careers360 Sample Paper Store.

Admit card download-

Those who have not downloaded their AILET admit card, should check and download it. Do not wait till the last day, because, if there is any discrepancy in the admit card you will not get a chance to correct it and can be barred from entering the exam hall. In case of any error on the admit card, contact the AILET officials to rectify the same.

Visit the exam centre-

A major lot of candidates in India travel to some other city to give the examination. AILET 2019 will be held across the 21 exam centres of AILET 2019. So if you are one of these aspirants who will have to cover an extra mile to reach your destination, you should start early. Do not make plans to travel on the day of the examination, and reach a day in advance. With the hustle and bustle on the examination day, chances are that your train/bus/etc may be delayed. Reach the exam city and choose an accommodation near the exam centre. Visit the exam centre so as to avoid any delays on the exam day.

This practice must be followed by every candidate. Even those who stay in the same city should make it a point to visit the exam centre a day in advance.

Pack a small bag for the exam day

“What a sword is to a soldier, a pen is to a writer.”

Make a list of the important things you need to carry on the day of the examination and set them aside. Keep everything ready the night before the examination. A small list of what you should carry is given below

  • Admit card

  • Two recent passport sized photographs ( may be needed if the picture on the admit card is not clear, but it is better to carry them anyway)

  • A valid photo identity proof ( such as a passport, driving licence, aadhar card, voter Id, etc)

  • Minimum 2 pens, can be blue or black - always carry an extra pen during any examination. Your lucky pen might ditch you on the most important day leaving you helpless.

  • A pencil - you may or may not need it, but it is always good to carry one. You can mark the questions you are not sure about on the OMR sheet with a pencil. You can later change the answer if you want to. As AILET 2019 has negative marking scheme, it will definitely prove beneficial in case of those tricky puzzlers.

  • A bottle of water to beat the heat

At last - AILET 2019 Exam day guidelines

AILET 2019 will be conducted on Sunday May 5, 2019 from 10.00 am to 11.30 am. The important dos and don'ts for the exam day are

  • The first thing that you should take care of is yourself! This reminds me of a quote from the spiritual teacher Dalai Lama, “Sleep is the best meditation”. Get a proper sleep the night before the examination. If you wake up fresh, your mind will work better. A tired body cannot do physical labor, similarly a tired brain will not be able to deliver its best on the exam day.

  • Check whether you have kept everything that you need to carry with yourself. The most important guideline for AILET 2019 exam day is to check the things that you need to carry with you on the day of the examination -

    • Admit card

    • Passport size photographs

    • Photo Id proof

    • And stationary

  • A wise man once said “The mind is like water. When it’s turbulent, it’s difficult to see. When it’s calm, everything becomes clear.” It implies that if your mind is calm, you will be able to think clearly. During the examination, if you stay calm and focused you will be able to complete the examination sooner and it will definitely increase your accuracy.

  • Reach the exam centre at least an hour before your examination. Though the examination is on a Sunday, you can never predict traffic. Also, if you reach on time, you get ample time to go through the seat arrangement pattern and find your seat.

  • Do not carry any electronic devices with you such as mobile phone, calculator, smart watch, etc. These are not allowed inside the examination hall.

  • Do not talk to other candidates during the examination. If you have any doubts, raise your hand and ask the invigilator.

  • Read the instructions given on the question paper booklet.

  • Do not mark anything on the question paper. Do the rough work in the space provided.

  • Lastly, do not be a hurry to get out of the examination room. Check your answer sheet thoroughly after completing the examination.

We hope you found the article useful and we wish you all the best for your examination.

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