SLAT Syllabus 2020 (Out) - Questions Reduced, Preparation Tips, Topics & Subject
SLAT Syllabus 2020 - Symbiosis International University has updated the SLAT 2020 syllabus by introducing some major changes to the test structure. As far as the syllabus of SLAT is concerned, the number of questions have been reduced from 150 to only 120, which means each subject will carry a less number of questions. SLAT 2020 syllabus consists of the topics from which questions will be framed in the exam. Candidates preparing for the SIU administered SET must be aware of the updated SLAT syllabus 2020 as given by the university. Broadly, SLAT 2020 syllabus consists of five sections which are - logical reasoning, legal reasoning, analytical reasoning, English and general knowledge. Further, syllabus of SLAT 2020 is inclusive of several other topics, so it is very important that candidates be aware of the detailed syllabus. Read the complete article to know about the detailed SLAT syllabus 2020, topic wise marks distribution, important books and other details. LATEST - SLAT slot booking started, book the test date now!
Important - SLAT 2020 to be conducted on July 26-28, in online proctored test mode, exam pattern changed
SLAT 2020 will be conducted on July 26, 27 and 28 for admission to 4 Symbiosis Law Schools namely - SLS Pune, SLS Nagpur, SLS Hyderabad, SLS Noida.
SLAT syllabus 2020
The SIU has updated the test scheme of SLAT 2020. Though the topics included in the syllabus and marking scheme remains unchanged, bu the subject-wise marks distribution is now changed. The total number of questions have been reduced and so is the test duration. Earlier, the test duration was fixed as 2.5hours within which the candidates had to answer 150 questions. But now, the questions are reduced to 90 for which 2 hours of test duration will be given. The table given below highlights the new changes introduced in the subject wise marks distribution.
SLAT 2020 syllabus & subject wise marks distribution (Old vs New)
|Subject/topic||New pattern||Old pattern|
|Total number of questions||Marks||Total number of questions||Marks|
SLAT syllabus 2020 - Explained
While preparing for SLAT 2020, candidates will need detailed topics that are included in the SLAT syllabus. There will be five sections, each carrying equal weightage, both in terms of marks and number of questions. The subject wise detailed SLAT 2020 syllabus is given below.
SLAT syllabus 2020 - Logical reasoning
Arguments and conclusions
Sets and statements
SLAT 2020 syllabus - Legal reasoning
History of Indian Constitution
Fundamental rights, Duties, DPSP
Parliament, Judiciary, Executive and legislature
Law of Torts, Contracts law, IPC, CrPC
Intellectual property rights
Important Acts and laws
Legal events in the current scenario
SLAT syllabus - English
Vocabulary - Antonyms & Synonyms, Spelling correction
Grammar - Tense, Part of speech
Idioms and Phrases
Sentence Improvement and rearrangement
Errors detection - Spotting errors, inappropriate usage of words, spelling mistakes etc,
English Comprehension etc
SLAT 2020 syllabus - General knowledge and Current affairs
General knowledge and Current affairs
Current events of national and international importance
Sports, Awards, and Honors
SLAT syllabus 2020 - Analytical reasoning
Profit & loss
Time, Distance and Work etc
Recommended books for SLAT preparation
To cover most of the SLAT syllabus, candidates will need the right study material. There are several SLAT preparation books, so picking out the right study material is very important. Below are some quality books that one can refer during SLAT preparation.
Books for SLAT 2020
Books to refer
Legal Awareness and Legal reasoning by AP Bhardwaj
Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
English, Reading comprehension
World Power Made Easy
Lucent General Knowledge
Self-study Guide for LLB Entrance Exam by Arihant Expert
Analytical reasoning by MK Pandey
SLAT preparation tips 2020
Being one of the most popular law entrance exams, SLAT preparation will need consistent efforts from candidates. While it is important that candidates remain aware of the updated SLAT exam pattern 2020, and syllabus, it is also important to prepare efficiently to make a best out of the remaining time. Candidates may follow some preparation guidelines as given below.
Make a daily study plan which can help you cover the syllabus within time.
Find the right study material and books for SLAT preparation.
You can also join coaching for SLAT preparation or any other online classes which will help you streamline your preparation.
Always make short notes during preparation. And, more importantly, revise the topics regularly.
Mock tests or sample papers are very important for SLAT 2020 preparation, so, attempt at least one or two SLAT mock paper every day and analyze your performance.
Read daily newspaper for current affairs and note down the important events and news of national and international importance.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - SLAT Syllabus 2020 (Out) - Questions Reduced, Preparation Tips, Topics & Subject
Question: How many sections will be in the SLAT 2020 test paper?
As per the given syllabus, there will be five sections from different subjects, each section will be of 18 marks.
Question: How many questions will be asked from the legal aptitude section in SLAT 2020?
There will be a total of 18 questions form the legal section. Each question will carry one mark.
Question: Will there be any negative marking in SLAT 2020?
No, there will be no negative marking.
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