PU BA LLB Exam Pattern 2017 – The law aspirants preparing for the PU BA/B.Com LLB entrance test are advised to take a look at the test pattern. It is important for the candidates to be familiar with the exam pattern before they start with the preparation. The exam pattern for PU BA LLB 2017 will help the candidates to prepare according to the sections and distribution of the questions. The test is expected to be held in the last week of April 2017 in an offline mode. The test will have 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and the duration of the time is 90 minutes i.e. 1 hour 30 minutes. Notification regarding the PU BA/B.Com LLB entrance test is expected to be announced soon. Know more about the PU BA LLB Exam Pattern from this article.
About PU BA LLB Exam Pattern 2017
The entrance test for PU BA/B.Com LLB admission will be held in an offline mode across various centres of Chandigarh. The test will challenge the candidate’s knowledge on Legal and General Awareness. The candidates will provided 1 hour 30 minutes to complete 100 MCQs and these questions will based 4 sections, which are –
- General Knowledge and Current Affairs
- Aptitude of Law
- Mental Ability
- English Language
Except for the English Language section, the questions will be available in English, Hindi and Punjabi.
Check the table below to understand the exam pattern for PU BA LLB 2017 entrance test better.
|Name of the section||Questions per section||Marks per section|
|General Knowledge and Current Affairs||60||60|
|Aptitude of Law||20||20|
To complete the questions, the candidates will be allotted 1 hour 30 minutes i.e. 90 minutes in total.
There will be 100 MCQs in total and the questions will carry 1 mark each i.e. the total marks will be 100. For every wrong answer, ¼th mark shall be deducted. The candidates must make sure that they answer in the OMR sheet only and not on any piece of paper.
Important Points to remember
Some important points that an aspirants must remember regarding the PU BA LLB exam pattern are given below –
- The test will be held only in an offline mode.
- 1 hour 30 minutes will be provided to complete the test and no extra time will be provided.
- There will be 100 questions based on 4 different topics.
- For each correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 1 marks each.
- For every wrong answer, 25% of the total marks of the question will be deducted.