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The National Law University, Delhi has rescheduled the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET-2022) required for admission to the five-year integrated B.A.LL.B (Hons) program.
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Candidates, please note the following main changes in AILET-2022 (s compared to AILET-2021).
Change #1: Test Pattern
While the total questions remain the same as last year (150 Qns), the following two sections have been removed - Legal Aptitude & Elementary Mathematics.
So, now the new pattern will only have 3 sections but with more questions in each:
English (50 Qns), Current Affairs & GJK (30 Qns), and Logical Reasoning (70 Qns).
Each question will carry one mark with 25% negative marking for incorrect answers.
Change #2: Testing Mode
Due to the pandemic last year, the test was conducted online in remote proctored mode. this year for AILET-2022, the entrance test will be held across multiple centers in different cities.
Change #3: Test conducting body
The National Testing Agency was responsible for conducting AILET-2021.
However, this year, AILET-2022 will be conducted by the National Law University Delhi.
Also, note that all other National Law Universities have their intake into their five-year integrated law programs on the basis of the Common Law Entrance Test CLAT. The only exception is NLU Delhi which conducts its separate entrance exam AILET for admissions.Follow us on Follow us on