AIBE Exam Pattern 2018

Dec. 4, 2017 987 Team EC

AIBE Exam Pattern 2018 – Understanding the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) 2018 exam pattern was one of the initial steps that aspirants should have taken before preparing for the test. AIBE exam pattern 2018 helped candidates to know the structure of the test. Bar Council of India (BCI) has conducted AIBE XI on December 3, 2017, in a paper-based mode. AIBE is an open book test i.e. candidates can carry their study materials like books and hand written notes to the exam centre. However, test takers were not allowed to carry any electronic devices such as mobiles, laptops, tablets etc. inside the exam hall. According to the AIBE exam pattern 2018, the test included 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and candidates were allotted 3 hours 30 minutes to complete the exam. The questions were prepared from 19 different topics. For each correct answer, 1 mark will be awarded while no marks will be deducted for wrong answers. AIBE 2018 was held in 11 national languages. Know more about AIBE exam pattern 2018 from this article.

AIBE exam pattern 2018

As mentioned above, AIBE 2018 was held in a paper-pen based mode and included 100 MCQs from 19 different topics. According to the AIBE exam pattern 2018, the questions was divided into two categories (Category I and II). There was no negative marking scheme for AIBE XI and for every correct answer 1 mark will be awarded. Check the table below to know more about AIBE 2018 exam pattern.

AIBE exam structure 2018

Mode of test Paper-pen based
Medium (Language) Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu
Duration 3 hours 30 minutes
Types of questions Multiple Choice Questions
Marking Scheme 1 mark for each correct answer; no negative marking
Total MCQs 100
Total Marks 100

Topics of AIBE 2018

After getting familiar with the AIBE exam pattern 2018, aspirants are advised to know the various topics and sub-topics. To know the various topics on which the questions will be based, candidates must check the AIBE syllabus 2018. With the help of the syllabus, candidates won’t avoid wasting time on unnecessary topics. AIBE has released the list of topics on which the questions will be based. Check the table below to know the various topics on which questions of AIBE 2018 will be based -

S.No. Topics No. of questions
1. Intellectual Property Laws 2
2. Land Acquisition Act 2
3. Cyber Law 2
4. Environmental Law 2
5. Company Law 2
6. Administrative Law 3
7. Public Interest Litigation 4
8. Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules 4
9. Labour & Industrial Laws 4
10. Law related to Taxation 4
11. Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act 4
12. Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law 5
13. Family Law 8
14. Evidence Act 8
15. I.P.C (Indian Penal Code) 8
16. Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act 8
17. Constitutional Law 10
18. Cr.P.C (Criminal Procedure Code) 10
19. C.P.C (Code of Civil Procedure) 10

Benefits of knowing AIBE exam pattern 2018

Some benefits of getting familiar with the AIBE exam pattern are -

  • Understanding the test pattern will help aspirants to prepare accordingly
  • Since there is no negative marking scheme, test takers can make guess attempts
  • Candidates will also become aware of the exam duration, thus they can manage the time accordingly
  • Knowing the AIBE exam pattern and topics will help candidates to prepare strategically for the test

About AIBE 2018

AIBE is a screening test held by the BCI to grant the Certificate of Practice to the qualifying candidates. With this certificate, candidates will be able to practice law in any court across the country. Aspirants with an LLB degree from a recognised law school and who is enrolled as an advocate to a State Bar Council can apply for the test. AIBE XI is an open book test and candidates can carry their reading materials to the examination hall. However, no electronic device such as mobile phones, laptops, pagers etc. were allowed inside the exam hall.

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