AILET Syllabus 2018

Oct. 7, 2017 114 Team EC

AILET Syllabus 2018 – Test takers preparing for All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2018 must make sure that they are familiar with the syllabus of the test. With the help of AILET syllabus 2018, aspirants will become familiar with the various topics and sub-topics on which the questions will be based. The test includes 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and each question will carry 1 mark. As per the AILET syllabus 2018, these MCQs will be based on topics such as General Knowledge, English, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning and Basic Mathematics. National Law University (NLU), Delhi will be conducting AILET 2018 on May 6 in a paper-based mode for admission to its 80 BA LLB seats. Understanding the topics of the AILET syllabus 2018 will help aspirants to prepare accordingly and avoid wasting time on unnecessary topics. For more details on AILET syllabus 2018, go through this article.


AILET syllabus 2018

The initial steps before preparing for AILET 2018 is to understand the test structure and syllabus, and then collect the necessary reading materials. The AILET exam pattern will be helping aspirants to know the structure of the test such as the total number of questions, sections, marking scheme, exam duration and others. Only after understanding the test pattern, candidates can start with the AILET syllabus 2018. Check the table below to know more about the structure of AILET 2018.

Structure of AILET 2018 question booklet

Sections No. of MCQs Marks per Section
General Knowledge 35 35
English 35 35
Legal Aptitude 35 35
Reasoning 35 35
Basic Mathematics 10 10
Total 150 150

AILET Syllabus 2018 – Topics to be covered

The questions in AILET 2018 will be based on various topics and sub-topics. Check the table below to know about various topics on which the questions will be prepared.

Topics of AILET syllabus 2018

Sections Topics
English Idioms and phrases, Fill in the blanks, Synonyms, Comprehension passages, Jumble words and sentences, Antonyms, Choosing the correct word
Basic Mathematics Average, Venn Diagrams, Basics from Class 10th and 12th level mathematics, Permutation and Combination, Time and Work, Profit and loss, Speed and Distance, Algebra
Reasoning In this section, questions will be based on the paragraphs provided
General Knowledge Current Affairs, General Science, History, Civics, Economics, Geography
Legal Aptitude Study of law, research aptitude, solving issues and legal propositions

How to prepare for AILET 2018?

As mentioned earlier, becoming familiar with AILET syllabus and exam pattern is one of the initial steps of preparation. Once the candidates have thoroughly gone through the various topics of the syllabus, then they start solving the AILET sample papers. Solving these sample papers on a regular basis will help aspirants to improve their preparation level. Along with these sample papers, candidates can also solve the old question papers. After solving these papers, candidates must analyse their answers to know the topics where they need improvement. Sample papers and old AILET question papers are prepared according to the latest syllabus and test pattern. Solving at least three papers a day will help aspirants to perform well in the exam.

About AILET 2018

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is one of the popular law entrance test held in various cities across the country for admission to the BA LLB seats of NLU Delhi. AILET 2018 is scheduled to be held on May 6, 2018, in a paper-based mode. Notification of the test is expected to be announced soon while the application process will commence from January 2018. Aspirants who have passed or appearing for their Class 12 or equivalent examination are eligible to apply online for AILET 2018. As mentioned earlier, the test will be held in a pencil-paper based mode and it will include 150 MCQs. The duration of the test is 1 hour 30 minutes. On the day of the test, candidates must reach the test centre at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the test. No candidate reaching the test centre 15 minutes after the conduct of the test will be allowed to enter the exam hall and write the test.

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