KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018

KIITEE Law Exam PatternKIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Kalinga Law School announced the KIITEE Law 2018 exam pattern along with the release of its application form on November 20, 2017. The exam pattern of KIITEE Law 2018 will help candidates in preparing for the Kalinga Law School admission test (KIITEE Law) as it will familiarize them with the KIITEE Law paper structure. The KIITEE Law exam pattern 2018 details on the number of questions, total marks, and marking scheme, besides examination mode, timing and duration of the entrance test. It also helps in knowing the section-wise details of the question paper. Candidates can check the entire details related to the KIITEE Law 2018 Exam Pattern.  It is important to note here that the KIITEE Law exam pattern 2018 mentioned here is based on the previous years’ data. It’ll be updated as soon as any official announcement regarding the KIITEE Law 2018 exam pattern is made.

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KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Objective

 

After going through the KIITEE Law 2018 exam pattern thoroughly, candidates appearing in the KIITEE Law 2018 entrance test will gain clarity on the testing pattern, examination language and other information of the entrance test.

 

KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Test Mode

KIIT University will conduct the KIITEE Law entrance examination 2018 in online mode as it is a computer-based test scheduled between April 15 and 24, 2018.

 

KIITEE Law 2018 Exam Pattern: Test Language

The entrance examination conducted by Kalinga Law School will be conducted in the English language. Candidates must note that the questions of KIITEE Law 2018 exam will not be provided in any other language.

 

KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Exam Duration

The duration of the coveted law examination is 3 hours or 180 minutes. It should be noted that no extra time will be allotted to any candidate to complete the questions provided.

 

KIITEE Law 2018 Exam Pattern: Test Centres

KIITEE Law 2018 will be held at various examination centres in as many as 60 cities of India.

 

KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Number of Questions

Candidates will be required to answer a total of 120 questions in KIITEE Law 2018 exam.

 

KIITEE Law 2018 Exam Pattern: Total Marks

The maximum marks that a candidate can score in the KIIT University administered KIITEE Law 2018 is 480.

 

KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Marking Scheme

KIITEE Law 2018 will be an objective type question paper. Candidate appearing in KIITEE Law 2018 will have to choose one option among those given against a question. In case of correct answer option, candidates will be awarded four marks and for any wrong attempt, one mark will be deducted from the total scored marks, following a negative-marking policy.

 

KIITEE Law 2018 Exam Pattern: Subjects

The law entrance exam will have questions from four subjects namely General Knowledge, Verbal Ability, Analytical & Logical Ability and Mathematical Ability.

 

KIITEE Law Exam Pattern 2018: Subject-wise distribution of questions

While there will be 40 questions from Verbal Ability section, Mathematical Ability and Analytical & Logical Ability will have 30 questions each and General Knowledge section will have 20 questions.

The infographic below will further clarify subject-wise distribution of questions in KIITEE Law 2018.

 

 

 

KIITEE Law 2018 Exam Pattern: Test Instructions

  • It must be noted that KIITEE Law aspirants need to report the examination centre of KIITEE Law at least 45 minutes before the commencement of examination. This instruction is as per KIITTEE Law admit card for taking the computer-based test.

  • Candidates would not be allowed to carry any textual material, calculator, mobile phone, electronic watches and other instruments other than the e-admit card and valid identity proof to the examination centre.

  • Every candidate will be allotted a computer to take the KIITEE Law 2018 exam.

  • A rough sheet will be provided for any rough work. Candidates are not allowed to bring any of their own rough-sheets.

  • The online test will begin at the scheduled time and automatically end on completion of 180 minutes.

  • In case candidates finish the test before the allotted time, they will get a confirmation page giving two options, one to go back to the test and other to submit the test paper.

  • The test paper will be considered completely submitted only if the candidate clicks on submission option.

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