How to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months - With less than 4 months remaining for National Law University, Delhi administered AILET, candidates must know how to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months. At the first point, those doing AILET preparation 2020 must be aware of the fundamental things such as syllabus and exam pattern of All India Law Entrance Test. Then comes the preparation for AILET, the intensity of which determines the chances of getting success in AILET 2020. The last 4 months are the most crucial phase of AILET preparation and cannot be taken for granted. The article ‘How to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months’ provides a guide for preparation, which also includes important tips and tricks for AILET. Read the complete article to know how to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months and other important tips and tricks.

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How to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months

AILET 2020 will be conducted on May 3 in offline, pen and paper mode. There are a total of 110 seats in the BA LLB programme offered by the university and 70 seats will be filled in the LLM programme.

AILET 2020 preparation - Dates to remember

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January 15 to April 12

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May 3

How to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months

Candidates, doing AILET preparation must be aware of the official AILET syllabus 2020 as it makes clear that what books or study material should one lookout for. The syllabus of AILET not only provides information related to the topics but also clarifies what topic will carry how much weightage. The AILET 2020 syllabus and marks distribution is given below in a table

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AILET syllabus 2020

Subject/topics

Marks

English

35 Marks

General Knowledge (Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics)

35 Marks

Legal Aptitude

35 Marks

Reasoning

35 Marks

Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)

10 Marks

How to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months

The last 4 months of AILET 2020 is a very important phase during which candidates must give maximum time for their preparation. Candidates must ensure that they cover the syllabus within time and at the same time, save some extra time for revision and mock tests. Some important AILET preparation tips for the remaining time are given below.

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Focus on AILET 2020 Important topics

In the remaining 4 months, candidates must focus on the important topics of AILET 2020 to boost the chances of getting success through the exam. Candidates must refer to the past year’s papers to identify the topics that frequently dominate in the exam. Elementary math will carry only 10 marks, so candidates must allocate their time smartly, depending on weightage a topic carries.

AILET 2020 - Important topics

Subject

Topics

English

Fill in the blanks, comprehension passages, antonyms, synonyms, idioms and phrases, jumble words and sentences, choosing the correct words

Elementary mathematics

Algebra, profit and loss, time and work, average, speed and distance, permutation - combination and Venn diagrams, numerical ability

General knowledge

Current Affairs, General Science, History, Geography, Economics, Civics

Legal aptitude

Study of law, Research aptitude, Problem-solving ability

Reasoning

Logical and Analytical reasoning skills

Make your notes and revise daily

During the AILET preparation, candidates should make their own handwritten notes to prepare in a more effective way. Making short notes ensures that candidates can revise the topics when there is some last moment time crunch and reading the complete book is not possible. Additionally, handwritten notes will also help the candidates in memorizing the topics more easily.

AILET mock test 2020 - last 4 months companion

Undoubtedly, the AILET mock tests are considered best when it comes to doing some targeted preparation. Regarding the importance of the mock tests of AILET, the Agam Aggrawal, AIR 5, 2019 believes that mock test gives a variety of questions, varying from easy to moderate to very difficult too and these prepare you for any scenario. Thus. ensuring that you are not overwhelmed by the test paper.

Candidates must solve one or two AILET 2020 mock tests on a daily basis and doing this will certainly boost your chances of securing a seat in NLU Delhi.

Analysis of previous years’ papers

During the last four-months, candidates must prepare themselves by every possible means. Candidates must refer to the previous year papers to understand the AILET exam pattern 2020 and to understand the level of difficulty, types of questions and other important things.

Stay healthy in the last 4 months of AILET

Apart from a balanced study schedule, candidates must ensure that they remain healthy and fit during the last 4 months because any compromise in health would negatively affect the preparation in this crucial time. Right food, drink and other physical activities should be part of the daily routine of a candidate.

How to prepare for AILET 2020 in 4 months - Last minute preparation tips

The last-minute is always about execution. Candidates should especially prepare themselves at this time. There are some important last-minute preparation tips and tricks for candidates that should be followed.

  • During the last few days, give maximum time to revision.

  • Attempt a number of mock tests and focus on increasing speed and accuracy.

  • Read the current affairs till the last moment and revise the current affairs of the last 6 months.

  • On the day of the exam, do not try to read any new topic to avoid confusion.

  • Try to keep things simple and attempt maximum number of questions.

  • Last but not the least, avoid negative marking in the exam.

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syllabus for ailet clat,????????

KUNAL LANJEWAR 1st Apr, 2020

Hello,

The AILET Syllabus for BA LLB program is given below:

1. English :

  • Fill in the blanks

  • Comprehension passages

  • Antonyms

  • Synonyms

  • Idioms and Phrases

  • Jumble words and Sentences

  • Choosing the correct words

2. Elementary Mathematics:

  • Algebra

  • Profit and Loss

  • Time and Work

  • Average, Speed and Distance

  • Permutation-Combination and Venn diagrams

  • Numerical ability

3. General Knowledge :

  • Economics

  • Civics

  • Current Affairs

  • History

  • Geography

  • General Science

4. Reasoning :

  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning Skills

5. Legal Aptitude :

  • Study of law

  • Research aptitude

  • Problem solving ability

The AILET Syllabus for LLM exam is given below:

  • Law of Torts
  • Criminal Law
  • International Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Property Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Law of Contracts
  • Criminal Law

The syllabus of CLAT PG examination is given below:

1. Constitutional Law

2. Law of Torts

3. International Law

4. Jurisprudence

5. Intellectual Property Law

6. Law of Contracts

7. Criminal Law

Best Wishes.

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Am law aspirant I have applied for clat and ailet.. If i want to apply for VIT law collage. How should I ? is lsat required? will it benifit? if my clat n ailet scores are not upto Mark? how does this process go can anyone help me

sushmitha M 27th Mar, 2020

Hi,

To get admission in VIT Law School, you must have a minimum of 60 % in your 12th. It considers  CLAT, LSAT & anyother widely recognized law test as an entrance test. So you can write either of them and then fill your application for LLB course in the official website of VIT by filling the required details and submit your registration form. Then the merit screening happens based on your marks in LSAT, CLAT or any other law exam and candidates are shortlisted in that process.

For more details please visit:

https://www.careers360.com/colleges/vit-law-school-chennai

Hope this helps!

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due to covid 19 nlu Delhi,clat symbiosis pune,mahacet. or other exam date will be extended

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 27th Mar, 2020

hi,

see due to covid19 pandemic there is many competitive exam, board exam, university exam has post poned, so the exam will be reschedules and it depends on exam control authorities decision , so right now you need to frequently check the official website, and be update about the current news, right now there is nothing can be predicted about the exam dates.

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whats the application fee in this exam?

sushmitha M 27th Mar, 2020

Hi,

The application fee for AILET for general category is 3050 INR and for SC,ST and OBC is 1050 INR.

For more details:

https://law.careers360.com/articles/ailet-application-form

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do there is any change in ailet pattern for 2020

Smrity 22nd Mar, 2020

Hey,

There is no change expected in the pattern of AILET exam for law aspirants in 2020. It is going to be the same as last year,  there will be 150 objective type or multiple choice questions. Which means, for every question, there will be four answer options. Candidates have  to mark the correct answer on the OMR sheet.

For more details regarding the exam pattern you can visit the link below:

https://law.careers360.com/articles/ailet-exam-pattern

Hope this helps.

All the best!

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