AILET Result 2018 - National Law University (NLU), Delhi will be announcing the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2018 result, in the last week of May 2018. AILET result 2018 will be available online in a pdf format and details about the candidate, such as their name, roll number, marks obtained, etc. will be printed on it. NLU Delhi will release AILET 2018 result as per the category and roll number of the test takers. Also, the list of shortlisted candidates will be available for the counselling rounds along with the AILET result 2018. On the basis of scores obtained in the test and category under which candidates have applied, AILET merit list will be prepared. AILET result will be valid only for the particular session only. NLU Delhi will be conducting AILET in a pencil-paper based mode on May 6, 2018, for admission to the 80 BA LLB seats of the university. Go through this article for more details on AILET result 2018, steps to check the merit list, details mentioned, and more.
In the month of May 2018, NLU Delhi will be releasing the AILET result 2018. The list of AILET important dates regarding the announcement of the result will be available with the exam notification.
|S.No.||Events||AILET result dates|
|1.||AILET exam date||May 6, 2018|
|2.||Announcement of AILET result||Last week of May 2018|
|3.||Release of AILET merit list||Last week of May 2018|
|4.||AILET admission letters (for counselling) will be sent||Last week of May 2018|
As mentioned earlier, the AILET result 2018 will be available online in pdf format. Links to download AILET merit list 2018 will be provided in this article. Once the links are provided, test takers are required to download AILET 2018 result.
To download AILET result 2018, click on the links provided in the table. The links will be activated soon.
|AILET Result 2018||Links (Will be activated soon)|
|Merit list of selected candidates||Download Here|
|Roll number-wise AILET result||Download Here|
|AILET 2018 result for General||Download Here|
|AILET 2018 result for Scheduled Caste||Download Here|
|AILET 2018 result for Scheduled Tribe||Download Here|
|AILET 2018 result for Persons With Disabilities||Download Here|
|AILET 2018 result for Kashmiri Migrants||Download Here|
|AILET 2018 result for Resident of Jammu & Kashmir||Download Here|
The following details will be printed AILET 2018 result -
If two or more candidates obtain equal marks in AILET 2018, then the following methods will be applied in the following order to break the tie
Method 1: Candidates with the highest mark in Class 12 board or equivalent examination will be given preference.
Method 2: Preference will be given to the aspirants with the highest mark in Class 10 board examination.
Method 3: Age of the test takers will be compared and the oldest candidates will be given preference
Method 4: A random lottery will be drawn.
Q. What is the first merit list of selected candidates?
Ans. With the announcement of AILET result, the list of shortlisted candidates for the counselling rounds will be available, which is known as the first merit list of selected candidates.
Q. How is AILET result prepared?
Ans. The test will include 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and for each correct attempt, 1 mark will be added. There is no negative marking scheme and no marks will be added or deducted for unattempted answers.
Q. How much marks should I score to be eligible for the counselling rounds?
Ans. As per the official website of NLU Delhi, test takers from the General Category must obtain at least 40% while Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) category candidates must obtain at least 30% in AILET 2018 to be eligible for the test.
The AILET cutoff scores are the minimum marks required to get shortlisted for the counselling rounds. The cut off scores of AILET will vary with the category of candidates. Check the previous year’s AILET cut off scores from the table below
Last year, more than 17050 candidates appeared for All India Law Entrance Test and only 73 test takers were shortlisted for the counselling. Know more about the previous year’s result from the table below
|Category||No. of shortlisted candidates|
|Persons with Disability (PwD)||2|
|Residents of Jammu & Kashmir||2|
NLU Delhi will be conducting AILET 2018 in a pencil-paper based mode for admission to its BA LLB programme. The test will include 150 MCQs and each correct answer will carry 1 mark. There is no negative marking scheme in AILET and to complete the test, applicants will be allotted 1 hour 30 minutes. The result will be announced online along with the list of shortlisted candidates. These selected test takers will receive an admission call letter. These candidates are required to pay the AILET counselling fee and report at the University along with the required documents to complete the admission rounds.
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