BHU LLB Sample Papers 2018

Sept. 22, 2017 4064 Team EC

bhu llb sample papersBHU LLB sample papers 2018 – Banaras Hindu University (BHU) will be conducting the law entrance exam in the last week of May 2018 for admission to its LLB programmes. To prepare for the test, practicing the BHU LLB sample papers 2018 is an important part of the preparation strategy. These BHU law sample papers are available in online as well as offline mode. However, before solving the sample papers of BHU LLB, candidates must be familiar with the test pattern and syllabus of the test. These BHU LLB sample papers 2018 are prepared by various experts and coaching institutes according to the latest exam trend. Along with the BHU law exam sample papers, aspirants can also solve the old question papers. After solving each BHU LLB sample paper, candidates are advised to analyse their answers to know their strengths and weaknesses. The application process of BHU LLB 2018 is expected to start from the first week of February 2018. Go through this article to download BHU LLB sample papers 2018 and know the benefits of solving the same.

Benefits of solving BHU LLB sample papers 2018

The benefits of solving BHU LLB 2018 sample papers on a regular basis are -

  • Aspirants will become familiar with the structure of the test and the topics on which the questions will be based
  • Regular solving of BHU LLB sample papers will boost the confidence and overall performance of candidates
  • On the day of the test, candidates will be able to manage the time accordingly and complete the test within 2 hours
  • Analysis of the answers will help aspirants to know about the topics in which they are weak

The sample papers of BHU LLB 2018 are yet to be released. With the release of the BHU LLB sample papers, links will be provided in this article. To continue with the preparation for BHU LLB 2018, aspirants can download the old question papers provided below -

S.No. BHU LLB question papers Links
1. BHU UET LLB 2010 Question Paper Click Here
2. BHU UET LLB 2011 Question Paper Click Here
3. BHU UET LLB 2012 Question Paper Click Here
4. BHU UET LLB 2013 Question Paper Click Here
5. BHU UET LLB 2015 Question Paper Click Here
6. BHU UET BA LLB 2014 Question Paper (Set 1) Click Here
7. BHU UET BA LLB 2014 Question Paper (Set 2) Click Here

BHU LLB test structure 2018

As mentioned above, aspirants must become familiar with the test pattern before solving the BHU LLB sample papers 2018. As per the BHU LLB exam pattern 2018, there will be 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and test takers will be allotted 120 minutes to complete the test. For every correct attempt, 4 marks will be added while 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answers. To know more about the BHU LLB exam pattern 2018, click here.

How to prepare for BHU LLB 2018?

To prepare for BHU LLB 2018, candidates can follow the steps provided below -

  1. First, the aspirants must make sure they get familiar with the BHU LLB syllabus and test pattern
  2. After going through the syllabus and exam pattern, candidates are required to collect the necessary materials for the test
  3. Once they have covered the required topics available in the study materials, they can start solving the BHU LLB sample papers and old question papers
  4. Analyse the answers after solving each question or sample paper of BHU LLB to know the topics in which they are struggling
  5. Start working on such topics to improve the preparation level

About BHU LLB 2018

Every year, BHU LLB is being held in a paper-based mode for admission to the 230 LLB seats of the university. Aspirants with a B.A./B.Sc./B.Com/Shastri or any other degree (recognised by the Bar Council of India) with at least 50% (for General category candidates) are eligible to apply for the test. Candidates applying under the Other Backward Class (OBC) and Physically Challenged (PC) category are required to score at least 45% and Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) category applicants are required to obtain at least 40% in their Bachelor’s degree. The result will be released online and test takers obtaining the minimum cutoff ranks will be shortlisted for the counselling rounds of the university.

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