ITLA 2016 Exam Pattern – The exam pattern of ICFAI Test for Law Admissions (ITLA) 2016 provides you an overview of the paper pattern including number of questions, total marks, duration of exam, subjects and marking scheme.ITLA 2016 shall be held on May 15 and the applications are expected to begin from first week of November. Check here other important dates of ITLA 2016.
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Paper Pattern of ITLA 2016
Let us have a quick peek over the exam modalities of ICFAI Test for Law Admissions (ITLA) –
Exam Mode – ITLA 2016 shall be conducted in online mode, being a computer-based test.
Exam Duration– The online law exam of ICFAI shall be conducted for a maximum of 2 hours.
Exam Venues – The exam shall be conducted in various cities across India. The testing locations/venues of Online ITLA 2016 shall be mentioned in the admit card.
Number of Questions – The online paper of ITLA 2016 shall comprise of as many as 120 questions.
Total Marks – The 120 questions shall carry maximum marks of 120.
Marking Scheme – Each correct answer shall be awarded one mark, while 0.25 (1/4) marks each shall be deducted from the total scored marks for every wrong answer.
Subjects – The questions will be distributed among the five sections – English, Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, General Knowledge/Current Affairs and Analytical Reasoning.
Subject-wise distribution of questions and marks – While English section shall carry maximum marks of 30, Logical Reasoning and Analytical Reasoning will carry 20 marks each, and Legal Reasoning and General Knowledge/Current Affairs shall carry 25 marks. Find an infograph below for the overview –
ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE) Hyderabad conducts ITLA for admissions to five-year integrated law programmes including BA LLB and BBA LLB.
*Disclaimer – The article above is based on last year’s official notification. It will be updated as soon as the official notification is made for this year.
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yes you can take as many exam you can. In the last you have to choose one in which you want to join. There is no limit in how many number of exam you can take. There is limit that you have to join in one college only. if you leave college without admission then you have to pay penalty for it and notify college that you are leaving the seat.
eligibility criteria for CLAT is 45% for general category and for ILSAT is 50% for general category.
Hope it helps!
Hello Rohan ,
Here is the list of few important general knowledge topics:
1. Coucil of Ministers of India in NDA
2. International Organisation Heads.
3. Country's capitals and currencies.
4. All presidents and prime ministers of India.
5. Important days and dates.
6. Ancient Indian Scientists.
7. Bharat Ratan Receipients
8. Indian nobel prize winners.
9. Airports in India
10. Important dances of India.
Some of the books you can refer are :-
Lucent's general knowledge book, Manorama yearbook, objective general knowledge, general study paper 1.
Hope it helps.
Good Luck !
ICFAI Law School Hyderabad conduct ILSAT for undergraduate and postgraduate law courses in both online and offline mode. You can check the University complete fees structure of law programme to go through with the given below link.
In ICFAI Hyd, there are a total of 270 seats.
BA.LLB Hons. Course - 60
For BBA.LLB Hon. Course - 180
For LLM Course - 30
For more details, you can check this out (the official website for ICFAI Hyd):
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