AP LAWCET Exam Pattern 2020 - On behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE), Sri Krishnadevaraya University will release AP LAWCET 2020 exam pattern via online mode tentatively in the third week of March for the aspirants of three year and five year integrated law programme. To get an overview of the exam, candidates must go through the AP LAWCET exam pattern 2020 for clarity. The exam pattern for AP LAWCET 2020 will provide candidates with thorough insights of the AP LAWCET 2020 which will be conducted via online mode. Once the aspirants are well versed with the exam pattern of Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test, they will have adequate knowledge about the type of questions, subjects/topics to be covered, total number of questions, marking scheme, time duration of the exam, etc. With the help of AP LAWCET 2020 exam pattern, candidates will be able to strategize their exam preparations efficiently. For more updates, stay tuned with us.
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Mode of exam
Medium of Exam
English and Telegu
2 hours 30 minutes
Type of Questions
Number of Questions
Marking Scheme -
One mark for every correct answer
No negative marking
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
In the following table, the candidates will find the marks distribution for the subjects which will be covered in the AP LAWCET 2020.
Marks Distribution Table
No. of Questions
It is essential for the aspirants of AP LAWCET 2020 to check the exam pattern for AP LAWCET 2020 as it will help the candidate in preparing an efficient exam preparation strategy. The candidates will get to know about the marking scheme, type of questions, total number of questions, etc. of the AP LAWCET 2020. Staying well aware and well prepared in advance about a subject is always beneficial.
It is true that “Hard work is the key to success.”, but there is no harm if one receives tips that will benefit him/her while preparing for the exam with less time consumption. For efficient preparation following are some tips law aspirants can follow:
Always use best books and concise study material while preparing.
Practise previous years’ question papers and sample papers to gain familiarity with the exam pattern.
Solving online mock tests will help candidates to analyse their performance.
Read and watch news regularly to stay updates with current affairs.
Disclaimer - The details mentioned in this article are based on previous year’s notifications. The article will be updated once the data for new session is released.
No, there is no sectional time limit in the online AP LAWCET 2020 exam.
No, the candidate will not be allotted with extra time to complete the exam.
AP LAWCET takes place once in a year.
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The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda,conductss its own entrance test for admission to BA-LLB(Hons) and LLB.
Eligibility for BA-LLB(Hons): Candidate needs to have passed 10+2 from a recognized board with 45% aggregate.
Eligibility for LLB: Candidate needs to have passed graduation with at least 45% marks for general,40% marks for SC/ST category from a recognized University.Final year candidates are also eligible to apply.
Hello student you can download the question paper through the link mentioned below
3 year LLB question paper
5 year LLB question paper
2 year LLM question paper
Eligibility for BA LLB 5 years is aspirants must pass class 12 with minimum 45% marks from any stream from a recognized board.
And for 3 years LLB students must hold a Bachelor degree in any discipline from a recognized board with minimum 45%marks.
For more updates on APLAWCET please refer the link mentioned below
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This year AP LAWCET is taking place on May 8 2020. The conducting body of the exam os Sri Krishnadevaraya University of Andhra Pradesh where admissions for 3-year LLB and 5 year LLB are taken. The exam is an online exam with MCQ questions and includes subjects like General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Mental Ability and Legal Aptitude. The languages in which it can be given are English and Telugu. The duration of the test is one hour and 30 minutes.
To answer your question, it is important to look at the eligibility criteria for the exam. It does not offer LLM separately but offers 5 year integrated law exam for which the score for your 10+2 is taken into consideration and it marks that the aggregate percentage required is 45%. The exam has no age limit. So yes, you are eligible to appear for the same. If you wish to appear for LLB, it requires 10+2+3 aggregate to be 45%. But unfortunately, neither does AP LAWCET offer LLM, nor are you eligible to pursue the same without a LLB. So you can consider pursuing one for LLM.
For the application, you are required to apply online in the 3rd week of March 2020 when the applications will be open. You will have to take care while you upload the documents required for the exam as they have to be in a certain format.
The syllabus is as follows:
Hope this helps. All the best!
As long as your graduation degree is recognized by government and is authorized by any affiliated institution/university , you are eligible for LLB. It doesn't matter if it is from distance education.
However specific colleges have individual requirements .For more details about law college admissions you can refer the below mentioned link.
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The candidates applying for 3 years LL.B. should have passed a Graduate Degree (in the pattern of 10+2+3) in any discipline from a recognized University.
Minimum Marks Required:
Applicants should have scored a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in their qualifying degree (42% in the case of OBC applicants and 40% in the case of SC/ST applicants).
AGE:Age limit is 20 years (22 years in the case of reserved categories).
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