How to prepare for BLAT 2020
Shubham Bhakuni, 13 Nov 2019, #BHU UET
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How to prepare for BLAT 2020 - Are you a BHU aspirant, looking for BLAT preparation 2020? Have you come across a usual question, ‘how to prepare for BLAT 2020?’ then you have come to the right place, where you will find a detailed guide to BLAT preparation. Banaras Hindu University will offer only 60 seats through BLAT 2020, thus, the entrance test of BHU UET will a bit tricky and more competitive than what you might have thought. To add on, the marking scheme of BHU BA LLB is completely different from other law entrance exams of India. In this article, we are providing some really important BLAT preparation tips that might shape your preparation for a better result. Along with BLAT important tips and tricks, candidates will also get to know about syllabus and recommended book lists for BLAT 2020. Read below the article for more information.

How to prepare for BLAT 2020 - Preparation Strategy

There will be a total of 4 different sections from which questions will be asked. Each section will carry some weightage and candidates will be required to prepare all the relevant topics. The subject-wise BLAT preparation tips are mentioned below.

General Awareness - Candidates will be required to prepare the basic general knowledge related to Indian History, Polity, Geography, Environment etc. One may refer to the Lucent General Knowledge book for preparing this section. Candidates should make short notes and revise them at regular intervals to score high in this section.

Current Affairs - Being a dynamic section, candidates will have to read a good daily newspaper. Read the paper and note down the important information like new legal and political developments, important appointments, Acts, sports events, achievements, awards etc. Along with a newspaper, candidates must read a monthly current affairs book like Pratiyogita Darpan and revise it for better preparation.

Legal aptitude - This section will require in-depth knowledge of topics related to constitution and polity like judiciary, executive, legislature, rights, important amendments and acts etc. Along with reading some static books for legal aptitude, candidates are advised to read important news related to legal developments and rulings etc.

Mental ability - Candidates will be asked questions from logical reasoning, puzzles, series, basic maths etc. Questions will be of moderate level, so, candidates are advised to solve questions of basic maths of high school level. Candidate’s performance in this section will depend much on solving mock tests as accuracy of answers and speed will matter a lot.

English - Questions from antonym - synonym, spelling correction, fill in the blanks, idioms and phrases will be asked in the English section. Candidates will also be asked to answer questions from an unseen passage. One may refer to the Word Power Made Easy book for English as it covers almost all topics of English section.

How to prepare for BLAT 2020 - Best Books


Books/study material

General awareness

Lucent general knowledge

Current affairs

  • Daily newspaper

  • Pratiyogita Darpan

  • G.K Today

Legal aptitude

  • Legal awareness and legal reasoning by A.P.Bharjwaj

  • Legal Aptitude for CLAT and other Law entrance examination by A.P.Bhardwaj

Mental ability

  • Quantitative Aptitude’ by R.S Agrawal

  • Logical Reasoning’ by R.S Agrawal


  • World Power Made Easy

  • Wren & Martin

BLAT 2020 preparation tips - Important

  • After reading the syllabus and exam pattern of BLAT 2020, make a study plan as preparation won’t be effective unless there is a clear planning in place. Stick with your plan and be consistent.

  • Make short notes while preparing the topics. Make a list of important legal words and revise them regularly

  • Focus on conceptual clarity while preparing legal aptitude and general awareness. Along with it, regular revision is very important for consolidating your preparation and boosting the confidence level.

  • Attempt a good number of mock tests for BLAT 2020. By solving the mock tests, candidates will get a reality check on their preparation. Along with letting you know your weaknesses, the mock test will make you learn time management.

  • During the last few days, give your maximum time for revision to give a final boost for your preparation.

There are only 60 seats in BHU BA LLB 2020 and with the mathematics of reservation, securing a seat will be a real challenge for candidates, But, remember in such times ‘fortune favours the brave’, if you are really good with your preparation, the end result will favour you.

For now, best of luck for your BLAT 2020 exam.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - How to prepare for BLAT 2020

Question: Is it possible to prepare BLAT 2020 without coaching?


Yes, it is always possible to prepare for BLAT without coaching. Especially, when the study material is available online. You will need to study current affairs along with other books.

Question: Is BLAT 2020 exam online or offline?


The exam of BLAT will be conducted in both online and offline mode depending upon the centre of examination.

Question: Can I give BLAT 2020 exam while appearing in my board exam?


Yes, as per the eligibility criteria of BLAT, you will be considered eligible for appearing in BLAT exam.

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when form come and which month

Kanupriya Gupta 4th Dec, 2019

Dear Aspirant,

BHU or Banaras Hindu University's UET exam is an entrance exam which happens for an array of undergraduate courses including Bachelors in Arts, Science, Law and Commerce. The process has the following steps:

1. Registration using your email id and mobile number on the BHU portal

2. Filling of the application form which consists your personal, academic and communication details (Aadhar related details will need to filled in)

3. Payment of fees

It is a university level exam which is conducted in both English and Hindi languages with different time durations depending on the subject you have applied for.

The tentative date for the online form to be out is in the fourth week of January and will continue upto 11 march 2020. The admission is available only in online mode. Please check the eligibility criteria for your course before applying because each discipline has a different criteria.

The documents you would be needing for the examination are Admit card which would be published around 5th of May 2020, Aadhar card  and any photo ID (for the candidates of J&K and Meghalaya).

Here are some examination tips for you as well!

Plan ahead of schedule. It will give you sufficient opportunity for to go through every single theme in detail and furthermore make changes in the plan so that you don't go off track.

Get acquainted with the syllabus. Additionally, make sense of what is in the test design – method of test, question type and length.

Take notes and use cheat sheets. These are seen as exceptionally valuable procedures to help memory.

Understand test papers to get into the test mode. By solving previous year test papers you would likewise get to know where you stand.

Revise. It is a procedure that you must make an integral part of the planning procedure, as it will make life significantly simpler.

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All the best. Hope this helps!


what will be the fee of course

sarthak goel 2nd Dec, 2019

Hello Abhinandan,

well the fees varies from college to college, a general rough idea is given below:

The average fees ranges from 7,500 to 1Lakh per anum, based on from which institute you are pursuing. The average fee is around 23,000, in most of the government colleges. For BHU it will be around 20,000 per anum, however you have the opportunity to avail scholarships.

Hope this Helps



Criteria of direct admission on bsc agriculculture in BHU

Aman Raj Student Expert 28th Nov, 2019

Hello Souptik

BHU Bsc (Ag) has only 123 seats in the main campus and 40 seats are there in Rajiv Gandhi south campus. So the competition is really hard. To get admission in this institution, you  will have to target 230+ out of 300 marks.

To get admission into BHU in BSC Course, you will have to give BHU UET. It is a national level entrance test conducted by BHU. And you must satisfy the following eligibility criteria. They are as follows:

Aspirants should have qualified passed in 10+2 examinations or equivalent examinations, with a minimum of 50% Marks.

The candidates must not be more than 26 years.

The mandatory subjects are Physics, Chemistry, and Biology / Mathematics in 10+2.


my question is about bhu llb entrance exam . does it includes hindi in exam syllabus ??? because today i bought a bhu llb entrance exm book with solved papers and in every paper it contains hindi for about 20 question. should i also prepare hindi for the exam...??

Manisha Gupta Expert 28th Nov, 2019

Hello Aspirant,

In BHU LLB Entrance Exam, The questions will be based on General Awareness and Current Affairs, Common Legal Knowledge, Aptitude and Mental Ability. The Paper will also include two sets of multiple choice questions on Language comprehension, one each in Hindi and English, where the candidate is required to answer either the Hindi language set or the English language set but not both.

You can check the further information to go through with the given below link.

Good Luck!


can i can give BHU UET all courses exam or only one exam.

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 27th Nov, 2019


you can apply for multiple courses as per your choices and eligibility criteria. however you need to pay the subsequent fees for the number of application. one good thing is if you do apply in more than one application there is  some fee concession provided.

hope it would help.

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