Law Entrance Exams

Once a student has graduated out from school the next step which is taken is to compete for a good college for the respective fields in which the student wishes to go. For students who wish to pursue law a number of law entrance exams are available. Each law entrance exam has different participating institutes.

Given below are the law entrance exams that lead to the admission in best Law colleges

  • CLAT- (Common Law Admission Test)
  • AILET (All India Law Entrance Test)
  • SLAT (Symbiosis University LLB entrance for) LSAT
  • BLAT (BHU LLB entrance exam)
  • Delhi University LLB Entrance Exam

Law Entrance Exam 2020 Dates

Given in the tabular form below are the exam dates for some of the law entrance exams being conducted in the year 2020.

               
College/Universities Name of the Exam Name of theCourse Form sale starts Date of Submission Exam Date Date of Result Website

22 National Law Universities

CLAT

B.A.LL.B, BBALL.B, BSC LLB, B.Com LLB

Jan-20

18-May-20

TBA

TBA

https://www.clatconsortiumofnlus.ac.in/

National Law
University, Delhi

AILET

B.A.LL.B

Jan-20

15-May-20

TBA

TBA

http://www.nludelhi.ac.in/

Jindal Global Law
School, Sonepat

LSAT-India

BA LLB, BBA LLB

6-Dec-19

31-May-20

TBA

TBA

https://www.discoverlaw.in/

University of Petroleum
and Energy Studies
(UPES), Dehradun

UL-SAT

B.A. LLB/B.B.A LLB

Dec-19

20-June-20

27 Jun '20 - 29 Jun '20

TBA

https://www.upes.ac.in/schools/school-of-law

Symbiosis Law School,
Pune/Noida/
Hyderabad/Nagpur

SLAT

B.A. LLB/B.B.A LLB

22-Jan-20

20-May-20

TBA

TBA

http://www.set-test.org/

Guru Gobind Singh
Indraprastha University,
Delhi

CLAT

B.A. LLB/B.B.A LLB

Jan-20

05-May-20

21-Jun-20

TBA

www.ipu.ac.in

GLC/ILS and Other
Colleges in
Maharashtra

MHCET

LL.B

20-Jan-20

Closed

28th June, 2020

TBA

www.mahacet.org

Christ University

Entrance Test (ET)

B.A. LLB/B.B.A LLB

8-Dec-19

10-May-20

TBA

TBA

https://christuniversity.in

PES University

PESSAT

BBA LLB

4-Oct-20

15th, July(outside Banglore) and 24th July (Banglore center)


25th July to 9th August 2020

3 days after test

http://pes.edu/law/

Top Law Entrance Exams in India after 12th and Graduation

Given below are details on top Law entrance exams and their respective eligibility criteria, Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)

CLAT is a LLB entrance exam conducted on rotation by 18 National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their under-graduate and post-graduate degree programmes (LL.B. & LL.M.). Some of the NLUs that consider CLAT scores for admissions are NALSAR, NLSIU, WBNUJS, NLU, NLIU and GNLU

Eligibility

10+2 Appeared/Cleared
Qualifying Cutoff: General/OBC- 45%                              
SC/ST- 40%

Written Exam Pattern

Section: General Awareness and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, Logical reasoning, verbal aptitude, quantitative aptitude

Marking Scheme

+1for correct answer and -0.25 for wrong answer

Participating Institutes

All NLU institutes, except NLU Delhi 

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET)

AILET - All India Law Entrance Test is a law entrance exam exam conducted exclusively by National Law University (NLU) Delhi for admission to it’s BA-LLB, LLM, PhD programmes.

Eligibility

10+2 Appeared/Cleared
50  percent in qualifying exam

Written Exam Pattern

Total No of Question: 150
Test Duration: 90

Sections: legal aptitude, general awareness, verbal aptitude,  logical reasoning, mathematics

Marking Scheme

+1for correct answer and -0.25 for wrong answer

Participating Institutes

NLU Delhi

SLAT

SLAT is a common written entrance test for Under Graduate law admissions into Symbiosis Law Schools situated in Pune, Noida and Hyderabad. . It is mandatory to appear for SLAT (Symbiosis Law Admission Test) as a precondition for admission to Symbiosis Law Schools.

Eligibility

10+2 Appeared/Cleared
Qualifying Cutoff: General/OBC- 45%
SC/ST- 40%

Written Exam Pattern

Total No of Question: 150
Test Duration: 2.5 hours
Section: General Awareness and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude and Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning

 

Marking Scheme

+1for correct answer and no negative marking

Participating Institutes

Symbiosis Pune, Symbiosis Noida, Symbiosis Hyderabad 

Delhi University Law Entrance Exam

Delhi University Law Entrance Test is conducted by Delhi University for admissions to various law programmes run by the Faculty of Law Department of Delhi University for PG admissions to LLB and LLM. Check out for all details of eligibility criteria, entrance test details and important dates of Du Law Entrance Test.

Eligibility

10+2 Appeared/Cleared
Qualifying exam- General category- 50%
OBC/CW/PwD- 45%
SC/ST- 40%

Written Exam Pattern

Total questions- 100
Test Duration: 2 hours
Sections: English language comprehension, analytical aptitude, legal awareness and aptitude, general knowledge, 

Participating Institutes

Faculty of Law, Delhi University

BLAT 

BLAT conducted by Banaras Hindu University is the law entrance exam for students who are seeking to pursue Law. 

Eligibility

10+2 Appeared/Cleared
Qualifying Cutoff: General- 50%
OBC- 45%
SC/ST- 40%

Written Exam Pattern

Total No of Question: 150
Test Duration: 2 hours
Section: General Awareness and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude and Mental Ability, English Comprehension

Marking Scheme

+3for correct answer and -1 for wrong answer

Participating Institutes

LSAT India - Law School Admission Test  

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills conducted four times every year specially designed for LLB and LLM admissions.

Eligibility

Five-year integrated LLB course:
Candidates passed in class 12th or equivalent
Three-year LLB course:
Candidates holding a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognised university/ college
Master of Laws:
Candidates holding a degree in law i.e. LLB degree from a recognised university/ college

Written Exam Pattern

Sections: Reading Comprehension, Analytical and Logical Reasoning.

LSAT Scoring

LSAT has a score range of 120-180

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