AILET Cutoff 2017

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AILET CutoffAILET Cutoff 2017 – The candidates who have appeared for AILET on May 07, must make sure that they obtain the minimum cutoff marks. NLU Delhi will set the AILET 2017 cutoff scores on the basis of various factors. It must be noted that the AILET cut off scores will vary with the category of the candidates. Only the candidates who have scored the minimum AILET 2017 cut off scores will be eligible for the counselling rounds. The entrance test was held in a paper based mode. The result is scheduled to be announced on May 18, 2017. Go through this article for complete details on AILET cutoff 2017 and also check the previous year cut off marks.
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AILET Cutoff 2017

On the basis of the result, the National Law University, Delhi will publish the merit list of the candidates selected for the candidates selected for the counselling rounds. The candidates scoring the minimum cutoff marks will be eligible to appear for the counselling rounds. These candidates scoring the required marks will be issued the admission letters. However, the cutoff scores for each category will be different and will be available in this article. With the release of the AILET Cutoff 2017, this article will be updated.

Previous Year AILET Cutoff

The cutoff score for AILET 2017 is expected to be similar to that of previous years. Candidates can check the previous year’s cutoff scores from the table below.

Category 2016 2015 2014
General 106 98 103
Scheduled Castes 85 75 85
Scheduled Tribes 83 72 80
Persons with Disability 78 85 83
Kashmiri Migrants 76 82 101

Apart from the official cutoff marks, various private coaching institutes and experts on AILET will release their own estimate cutoff scores. These unofficial cutoff scores will be released before the announcement of the result and official cutoff marks.

Factors Affecting the AILET 2017 Cutoff Marks

The following factors will affect the Cutoff marks for AILET 2017

  • The level of difficulty of the test.
  • Total seats available for the course.
  • The average marks scored.
  • The number of candidates appeared for the test.
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