AILET 2022 First Impressions | AILET 2022 Analysis & Expected Cutoff

 AILET 2022 just got concluded! Overall, the paper was quite lengthy like 2021. Big Surprise! The English section was all about reading comprehension.

The students had to face a total of 150 questions in 90 minutes across three sections. 

 The English Section had 50 Questions in the new format. All reading comprehension but questions also based on vocabulary, phrases and parts of speech.

Coming to Logical Reasoning, the major surprise was that it consisted primarily of Critical Reasoning questions. There were 5 easy puzzles and 7 legal reasoning-based questions. Quite a number of questions were based on syllogisms.

 The GK Section had 30 Questions with 19 questions on current affairs.

The cut-off for the NLU Delhi is expected to be around 100+. Watch the detailed analysis webinar from our LST experts. Also, check your estimated score based on the actual AILET 2022 paper and answer key from our experts on the score calculator below.

AILET 2022 Overall Structure

Subject

Number of Questions

Level of Difficulty

English Language

50 

Moderate

Current Affairs & General Knowledge

30

Easy to Moderate 

Logical Reasoning

70 

Easy to Moderate

Total

150

Easy to Moderate (Quite Lengthy) 

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AILET 2022 Admit Card & Exam Day Guidelines

NLU Delhi has released the AILET admit card on June 17th, 2022. The aspirants can download the admit card from the official website of NLU Delhi. Further, it is extremely important for candidates to adhere to some basic yet important guidelines to ensure that they are free from the last-minute hassles. Below is a list of must-haves on the exam day:

  1. Admit card
  2. Valid and original photo ID proof such as PAN Card, Aadhaar Card, Driving Licence, Passport, etc.
  3. Passport-size photo (preferably the one used in AILET application form)
  4. Black/blue ballpoint pen
  5. Hand sanitiser
  6. Transparent water bottle
  7. Face mask

Make sure all of these logistics are in place before the exam day. You’ve prepared enough, don’t stress yourself out thinking about anything other than one important fact - You’re a champion and you’ll get through! Wish you all the best.

AILET 2021 Analysis

Like a breath of fresh air! This is what the students felt after their AILET 2021 examinations. AILET 2021 was conducted on July 30, 2021 across many centres in India. The examination was held in offline mode with the proper safety protocols in check. This time the students got to take not just the question paper, but also a carbon copy of their marked OMR sheets home to do a quick evaluation of their performance.

Compared to previous years, the paper could very well be termed as easy. However, considering the length of the paper, we can say that it might have acted as a bit of a deterrent for the students.
AILET 2021 had a total of 150 questions to be attempted in a time span of 90 minutes. The negative marking scheme was also there, but given the difficulty level of the paper, which was Easy, the marking scheme should not act as so much of a deterrent to the students.

A quick glance at the paper reveals the following:

Section

No. of Questions

English

35

General Knowledge

35

Legal Aptitude

35

Logical Reasoning

35

Elementary Maths

10

Total

150

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