in my ailet application form my birth date is 4/9/2001 and in my admit card it is 9-april-2001.so how to resolve this out.my account login password is also 09-04-2001..how to solve this problem...if I qualify for exam do this changes can be made.. please help me out in this issue..
I hope you are doing well. Before Exam you will be asked to check your details. Do these changes in that particular time.
And once you get into the college these things will not hinder you. While registering for college you have to fill fresh form .
I hope that this helps.
How many marks are required in AILET exam for got addmission in NLU DELHI ?
Dear Aspirant, National law university , delhi ,The university will release the category wise AILET cutoff for various programs.Any candidate who will miss the Ailet cutoff score or rank then they will not be eligible to get admission.
So the candidate must try to score more than cutoff in AILET.cut off may varies for every year it depending upon many factors like no.of candidates applied,no.of seats, paper toughness etc.
Till last year the university offers only 80 seats in BA LLB, from this year it offers 120 seats for BA LLB.Giving you previous year cutoff trends for category wise:-
* Kashmir migrants-35.25.
* Kashmir resident's-51.25.
Exam officials will release the cutoff whenever the Ailet results released.Foe general category the you need to score above 80 or between 75-76,if you score more than this then you can be in safer zone.
For more information about ALIET syllabus please visit the given link :-
For more information about NLU admission please visit the given link :-
I will recommend you to use our college predictor based on AILET please visit the given link :-
Hope the given information is helpful to you,
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
All the very best.
please give me pr previous year question of AILET on LL.M
Sorry to say but I could not found the previous year question paper of AILET but here I am providing a link by which you can get the previous year sample papers of AILET.
If you go through this link then you can get the previous year sample papers and they will help in your preparation.
Hope this helps, all the best.
AILET SYLLABUS is here .. please provide me..
AILET 2020 syllabus:
Fill in the blanks
1. Comprehension passages
4 Idioms and phrases
5 Jumble words and sentences
6 Choosing the correct words
2. Profit and Loss
3. Time and work
4. Average, Speed and distance
5. Permutation- combination and Venn diagrams
6. Numerical ability
3. Current affairs
6. General science
1. Logical and analytical reasoning skills
1. Study of law
2. Research aptitude
3. Problem solving ability
Hope this helps, all the best.
Will AILET 2020 allow students to choose their test centres now? Since the exam has been made centre based. If yes, have they released any schedule?
Hello varnika !
National Law University Delhi will allow the candidates to download AILET admit card from September 15 onwards. Candidates will have to exercise their choice to select a city and exam centre to generate AILET ADMIT CARD.
YES , u will be given an option to choose your centre.
Hope this helps!
All the best
how to check registration details
Hello student you can login to your application through the link mentioned below - https://nludelhi.admissionhelp.com/nlu/login.aspx as per the recent notification released AILET examination is now scheduled on 26th sep 2020.
The last date to withdraw the application Form was 10th August 2020.
Feel free to comment if you've any doubt.
please ailet sample paper send
You can very easily download AILET sample papers by visiting our page the link for the same is given below
These AILET sample papers will help you to understand the types of questions which are asked in exam, you will understand the important topics which are covered in the exam by practising them so that you can accordingly prepare for the exam , you will also get to know your preparation level .
Best of luck for your AILET examination.
AILET LLM entrance2020 exam kB h.
Aspirant.As per your query i can see that you have asked for the AILET LLM entrance2020 exam date .Earlier the exam was to be conducted on august 18 but however now it got postponed due to this whole pandemic situation going on.No, further updates about the examination dates are given by National Law University, Delhi .
For more information you can reach on to the following website: https://law.careers360.com/exams/ailet
hope this helps.
all the best.
What is the date of AILET 2020 exam ?
AILET 2020 exam was scheduled to conduct on 18th August, but because of ongoing pandemic, it has now been postponed by NLU Delhi, now National testing agency will conduct AILET 2020 on behalf of NLU Delhi, in test centre based online RPT mode. New dates are not declared yet, but likely to be declared as soon, so be in touch with the relevant news headlines.
For more relevant information, you may visit here:
Hope this helps, all the best.
Does CLAT preparation ready you for AILET exam also? Or do i have to prepare for it separately?
AILET has the following sections:
English: Fill in the Blanks, Comprehension passages, Antonyms, Synonyms, Idioms and Phrases, Jumble words and Sentences, Choosing the correct words
Elementary Mathematics: Algebra, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Average, Speed and Distance, Permutation-Combination, Numerical Ability
General Knowledge: Economics, Civics, Current Affairs, History, Geography, General Science
Reasoning: Logical and Analytical reasoning skills
Legal Aptitude: Study of Law, Research Aptitude and Problem solving ability.
Now CLAT hs following sections:
You will be given passages of about 450 words. These passages are usually from Contemporary or Historically signification fiction and nonfiction writing. The standard would be of 12th standard student. So each Passage has a series of questions which will check your Comprehension and language skills. You will be required to Read and comprehend the main point discussed in the passage. Draw Inferences and conclusions based on the passage. Summarise the passage. You will have to compare and contrast the different viewpoints set out in the passage. You will have to understand the meaning of various words and phrases used in the passage.
Current Affairs including General Knowledge: You will be given passages of upto 450 words and these passages are usually taken from News, Journalistic sources and nonfiction writing. The questions may include legal information or knowledge but do not need any additional knowledge of the law beyond the passage. This sections requires you to demonstrate knowledge of various aspects of current affairs and general knowledge including Contemporary events of significance at National and International Level, Arts and Culture, International Affairs and Historical Events.
Logical Reasoning section consists of Short passages of about 300 words each. You have to recognise an argument, its premises and conclusions. You have to read and identify the arguments set out in a passage. Critically analyse the patterns of reasoning and assess how conclusions may depend on particular premises or evidence. You have to infer what follows from the passage and draw relationships and analogies, identify contradictions and equivalence.
Legal Reasoning section has passages of 450 words each which may relate to fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions or moral philosophical enquiries. You need not require any prior legal knowledge. General awareness will do. Yuo have to idenify and infer the rules and passages set out in the passage and apply those rules to various fact situations and understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter the application to various fact situations.
Quantitative Techniques section includes short set of facts or prepositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information followed by a series of questions. You need to apply 10th standard mathematical operations on ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.
So the syllabus is pretty much the same and preparing for CLAT will get you ready for AILET and viceversa.