AILET Syllabus 2018 – National Law University Delhi (NLU-D) structured AILET 2018 syllabus. Candidates needed to go through syllabus of AILET 2018 which outlines important topics for the NLU Delhi law entrance examination. The AILET Syllabus helped law aspirants in knowing what and how much to study while they prepared for All India Law Entrance Test. AILET 2018 Syllabus also helped in sketching a strategic exam-preparation so that candidates could figure out their weaker areas and plan accordingly for the NLU Delhi law entrance test. Careers360 brings AILET Syllabus 2018 for each section from where questions were asked in the BA LLB as well as LLM entrance exam of NLU Delhi.
AILET 2018 was scheduled to be held offline on May 6 where the exam booklet had as many as 150 questions in objective-nature (multiple-choice questions). Candidates could find more on AILET 2018 Exam Pattern.
AILET Syllabus 2018: Section-wise topics for NLU Delhi admission test
Important topics according to AILET Syllabus
Comprehension passages, Synonyms, Antonyms, Choosing correct words, Idioms and phrases, Jumble words and sentences, Fill-in the blanks
History, Geography, General Science, Economics, Civics and Current Affairs
Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Algebra, Average, Permutation and Combination and Venn Diagrams
Study of law, Research aptitude and Problem solving ability
Logical and Analytical reasoning skills
AILET Syllabus 2018
English – This section had 35 questions the above mentioned topics. There were a number of unseen passages followed by questions on the passages. The English section tested the candidates’ language skill and vocabulary.
General Knowledge – As many as 35 questions was given from this sections which included the tabled topics. The sections had have questions on recent issues of the past one year for Current Affairs section. This section assessed the knowledge of the general studies and recent happenings and awareness of the world.
Basic Mathematics – This section had 10 questions testing numerical ability of candidates. The mathematics questions were majorly from classes 10th and 12th.
Legal Aptitude – The section had a total of 35 questions to be framed on legal propositions and set of facts satisfying the propositions. The propositions may not be true in real sense and you had to assume the true proposition based on the set of facts and answer the questions accordingly.
Reasoning – There was reasoning questions based on information given in passages. The section consisted of as many as 35 questions testing your logical and analytical reasoning skills.
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