AILET 2024 or the All India Law Entrance Test for 2024 is tentatively scheduled for 2024 and if you’re worried about how to clear AILET, we’ve got you covered.
AILET is a highly competitive examination organized by NLU Delhi to admit students to its B.B.B.A.L.L.B. (HONS.) and L.L.M., Ph.D. programs. AILET is organized once a year for admission into the next academic year.
AILET 2024 Important Highlights
|Name of the Exam||AILET|
|Level of the Exam||National|
|Courses offered||B.B.A.L.L.B., L.L.M., Ph.D|
|AILET helpline||011-40787555; email@example.com|
AILET 2024 Eligibility Criteria
For B.B.A.L.L.B. (HONS.)
- Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2 system) or an equivalent examination – 45% marks
- Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2 system) or an equivalent examination – 40% in case of SC/ST/Persons with Disabilities
- Candidates appearing for the 12th standard annual examination in 2023 are eligible to apply
AILET 2024 Important Dates (Tentative)
|Availability of forms||September 2023|
|Last date to submit||November 2023|
|Issue of Admit Card||November 2023|
|Date of Examination||December 2023|
|Declaration of Result||January 2024|
Now that we’re done with the details of the examination, let’s dive into tips on how you can prepare for AILET 2024 in less than a year.
AILET is conducted in the offline mode where total of 150 questions have to be attempted in 90 minutes. This tests your speed, comprehension skills, ability to analyze via 3 core areas. With proper practice and time management, you can try and attempt to complete the syllabus for AILET 2024. The idea is to give your best in a consistent manner so that you can clear the examination and secure a seat at NLU-Delhi!
Here’s a full preparation strategy to help you clear AILET 2024!
AILET 2024 Subject-wise Division
Total Questions: 50
English section in the AILET paper isn’t based on memorization. It tests your comprehension skills and grasp of elementary vocabulary and grammar skills. The real issue is that you need to comprehend, analyze and answer multiple questions within a specific time limit.
To ensure that you perform well in this section, we’d recommend you go through multiple mock tests, practice questions, and sample papers during this time. Time yourself while solving these questions. You can also go through editorials on a daily basis to improve your reading speed.
Dedicate at least 1.5 hours each day: 45 minutes to read passages and solve 4-5 questions following the passage and another 45 minutes to brush up your knowledge on- synonyms-antonyms, idioms, spotting errors, sentence structure improvement, etc.
You can refer to the previous years’ questions to gain a better understanding of the pattern. A tip you can apply is to use the idioms, and words you learn in regular conversations!
You can go through the questions in about 10-20 seconds before you start reading the passages. This will make it easy for you to search for the answers you might be looking for! While reading the passage, be focused and put emphasis on understanding the context or gist of the passage first.
Books to refer to for AILET 2023: Wren & Martin High School English Grammar And Composition Book
You can also go through posts like these to improve your reading comprehension skills.
Attempt Sample Questions on CLATalogue to check your preparation!
- Logical Reasoning
Total Questions: 70
While there is this notion that the English section requires you to spend a lot of time on it, one can definitely say that it is the Logical Reasoning section that tests not just your ability to comprehend, but also your ability to analyze, understand and identify patterns and therefore, takes more time. To be able to solve the Logical Reasoning Section quickly and accurately, you can first go through our sample question posts (here and here) to gauge your preparation level and then work on the areas that need improvement.
Here are a few tips you can use:
- Practice 25-30 questions each day. You can find few important questions here.
- Place emphasis on developing your own tricks to solve the questions.
- You can also refer to our tips( 1, 2 and 3) on solving questions on logical reasoning.
- Check out previous years’ questions and solve them in a time-bound manner.
- Come up with tricks to solve the questions, and make use of rough space to identify and map out patterns.
- Current Affairs and General KnowledgeTotal Questions- 30
AILET’s General Knowledge section carries questions on both current and static GK; however, if previous year papers are to be seen, the exam places more emphasis on current events.
If you’re taking the examination in December 2023, it would be wise to prepare for current events from the months of November 2022- November 2023. Ideally, you should go through newspapers, online sources, etc., and make your own notes on current events. However, since there is a paucity of time, we’ll focus on covering more information in a short span of time.
- You can refer to monthly compilations (like this and this) to brush up on your knowledge.
- You can also refer to various probable questions, and sample questions to prepare better.
- Place added emphasis on events of national and international importance, prizes and awards, legal news, and important dates.
- You can go through our post on last-minute tips for Current affairs section to prepare your strategy.
Last minute tips to crack AILET 2024
- Focus on time management – Attempt as many mocks, sample questions, and practice sets as possible to ensure you have a rough idea about how much time should be spent on each section. You can find some mock papers here.
- Be aware of the negative marks! While attempting many questions does improve your chances of securing a seat, negative marking can jeopardize your score and your rank. Bear in mind that elimination techniques work but only up to a certain point.
- Go through various sources to find out probable questions, and do quick revisions, however, limit your sources to a few and focus on revising!
- Practice tips and tricks and revise only the ones that you can implement with clarity!
AILET 2024 Important Links