SLAT Exam Pattern 2020
Updated on Jan 23, 2020 - 11:11 a.m. IST by Shubham Bhakuni

SLAT Exam Pattern 2020 - Symbiosis International School (SIU) administered SLAT will be conducted as per the SLAT 2020 exam pattern, prescribed by the university. The exam pattern of SLAT 2020 gives an insight into the test scheme and pattern, i.e, mode, type, duration etc. Candidates going to appear in SLAT 2020 must be aware of SALT exam pattern 2020 as it will help them in putting their preparation in the right direction. To pick out a few points, SLAT 2020 will be conducted in online CBT mode, and 150 minutes will be given to attempt 150 questions. The questions will be asked from different topics like logical reasoning, legal aptitude, general knowledge, comprehension etc. To know more about the detailed SLAT exam pattern 2020, exam topics, and other important information, read the complete article.

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Symbiosis Entrance Test is conducted every year for admissions to different disciplines in SIU affiliated colleges. Through SLAT 2020, admissions will be offered in undergraduate law courses namely BA LLB and BBA LLB.

SLAT 2020 - Key dates


Dates (Announced)

SLAT 2020

May 02, 2020

Result declaration

May 12, 2020

SLAT 2020 Exam Pattern 2020

The university will conduct exam in computer based test mode, with multiple choice question type question paper, candidates will be given 150 min to attempt the exam. As part of marking scheme, each correct answer will carry 1 mark and no penalty will be affected for incorrect answer. The details are given below in a table.

SLAT Exam pattern 2020



Exam mode

Online, Computer based test

Exam type

MCQ based




2.5 hours

Total number of questions


Maximum marks


Negative marking


SLAT Syllabus 2020

The entrance test of SLAT 2020 will be comprised of 150 questions which will be asked from the topics like legal reasoning, analytical reasoning, English etc. Each section will carry a fixed weightage and according the questions will be asked. The detailed topic-wise marks distribution is given below.

SLAT 2020 - Subject wise marks distribution


Total number of questions


Logical Reasoning



Legal Reasoning



Analytical Reasoning



Reading Comprehension



General Knowledge






SLAT 2020 - Preparation tips

  • To start SLAT 2020 preparation, candidates must have awareness about the exam pattern and syllabus. Knowing the SLAT syllabus 2020 will provide an outline and thus you will get to know what topics you need to prepare precisely.

  • Prepare a study timetable that will cover all the topics, give equal time for all the sections as all topics carry the same weightage.

  • Read a daily newspaper as it will help in topics like general knowledge, English, legal subjects etc.

  • Make short notes and revise them regularly. Also, highlight the SLAT important topics and give some extra emphasise to them.

  • Solve mock test papers along with previous year papers for a better understanding of SLAT exam pattern 2020. By solving the mock tests, you will also get to know about your weak points thus, you can work on them well before the exam.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - SLAT Exam Pattern 2020

Question: How many questions are asked in legal reasoning of SLAT 2020?


As per the exam pattern, there will be a total of 30 questions from legal reasoning, each question will carry 1 mark.

Question: Will there be any negative marking in SLAT 2020?


No, there will be no negative marking in SLAT entrance test 2020.

Question: When will SLAT 2020 exam be conducted?


The entrance exam of SLAT will be conducted on May 02, 2020.

Question: How many questions will be asked in SALT 2020 and in what mode?


There will be a total of 150 questions that will be asked in Objective type question paper.

Question: How many seats are available through SLAT 2020?


As of 2019, there are 900 seats in SET UG law which are offered in 4 participating colleges.

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