AP LAWCET and PGLCET 2017 results announced on May 9
The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has declared the AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET 2017 Result in online mode on May 9. Candidates can check the Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test and the Andhra Pradesh Post Graduate Law Common Entrance Test results by visiting the official link and entering their hall ticket number and date of birth. The final AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET answer keys are also expected to be published soon. The Result of AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET will help candidates know their qualifying status in the Andhra Pradesh State Level Law Entrance Exam.
The AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET 2017 Result and Answer Key will be followed by the publication of the Rank Card, tentatively in the second week of May.
AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET 2017, the entrance exam determining admissions to the undergraduate Five Year Integrated and Three Year LLB programmes and the postgraduate LLM programmes offered by the state law colleges of Andhra Pradesh, was held by the APSCHE on April 19, 2017. The AP LAWCET exam, held in English and Hindi languages, and the AP PGLCET exam, held in English, were organized in 16 different exam centres across the state of Andhra Pradesh and conducted in online mode for the first time.
Candidates can check below how to see the AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET Result 2017.
How to check AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET Result 2017?
Candidates can check AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET Result 2017 at the official link given below.
On the new page, candidates will be required to enter their AP LAWCET/AP PGLCET Hall Ticket Number and Date of Birth.
Candidates can check their qualifying status and download a copy of the same for further reference.
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Questions related to AP LAWCET
how many marks should we gain to get rank below 100 in 5 year llb in ap.lawcet
It is difficult to predict as cutoff depends on many factors like exam difficulty but to be on safer side target atleast 100 marks so as to be in top 100 rank holders in ap lawcet exam.
This is just estimated marks.Actual might differ.
Best of luck for your exams;
last date to apply Aplawcet2020
Last date to apply with a late fee of Rs. 2000 is July 25, 2020, AP LAWCET Application Form 2020 with late fee of Rs 500 is today that is July 7, 2020 and last date to apply with a late fee of Rs. 1000 is July 16, 2020. Please click the below link to know more.
is it necessary or not income certificate number for applying ap lawcet 2020...i am oc...my income below 1 lakh
Annual income of parents is a mandatory field to fill in AP LAWCET 2020 application form. If candidate's family annual income upto one lakh or upto two lakhs they need to fill the income certificate number and confirm the details that will be auto generated after the income certificate number is filled. If the details haven't auto generated then you need to enter them manually. As your family annual income is less than one lakh you need to need to provide income certificate details.
Is there any seats available for BBA.LLB in AP.LAWCET 2020??
AP LAWCET is a state level entrance exam for admission to 3 year LLB and 5 year Integrated LLB. B.A LLB and B.com LLB are offered under 5 year Integrated LLB program. So you need to choose either BA LLB or B.COm (//B.COm) LLB. BBA LLB course is not offered through AP LAWCET. There are 2780 seats for BA LLB and 240 seats are for B.Com (//B.Com) LLB.
whats the required marks to get seat in AP lawcet 2020 for O.C Candidate?
As per your question according to data Eligibility criteria of AP LAWCET 2020
three-12 months law
The candidate have to have surpassed the qualifying exam in 10+2+3 sample scoring minimum at the
least 45% aggregate marks.
No age bar
5-year included law
The candidate ought to have surpassed two-year Intermediate examination (10+2) pattern scoring 45%
marks in combination.
No age bar
But there will be relaxation in aggregate marks applies to reserved category candidates belonging to
OBC, SC and ST communities.
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