BLAT Exam Pattern 2017 – The law aspirants applying for BLAT 2017 are advised to check the test pattern. With the help of the BLAT 2017 exam pattern, the candidates will become familiar with the structure of the question paper. The exam pattern for BLAT 2017 will also help the candidates to prepare accordingly. The entrance test will be held in a paper-based mode on May 14, 2017. There will be a total of 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and the candidates will be provided 120 minutes i.e. 2 hours. There will be 4 sections, in which the questions will be distributed. The application process for BLAT 2017 has started and the last date to register is March 04, 2017. The candidates can check this article for complete information on the BLAT Exam Pattern 2017.
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Details about the BLAT Exam Pattern 2017
As mentioned above, the candidates will get a clear picture of the topics and sub-topics from the exam pattern of BLAT 2017. The total marks for BHU Law Admission Test are 450 only and for each correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 3 marks. There is a negative marking of 1 mark for every wrong answer. The unanswered questions will be awarded zero. Check the table below to understand the BLAT exam pattern 2017 better –
|BLAT Exam Pattern 2017|
|Questions per section||20 MCQs for Language Comprehension & a total of 130 MCQs from the remaining topics.|
There will be a total of 2 sets of MCQs in the Question papers (English and Hindi). The candidates can attempt only one set of the MCQs i.e. either the English set or the Hindi set.
The Sections of BLAT 2017 Question Paper
There are 4 sections among which the MCQs of BLAT 2017 will be distributed. These sections are –
- General Awareness and Current Affairs
- Common Legal Knowledge
- Aptitude & Mental Ability
- Language Comprehension
The General Awareness and Current Affairs, Common Legal Knowledge and Aptitude & Mental Ability section will have 130 MCQs in total and 20 MCQs from the Language Comprehension section.
General Awareness and Current Affairs – The questions in this section are based on the current events, of both national and international arenas. Also, the candidates can brush up their General Knowledge from various books and from the Internet.
Common Legal Knowledge – The questions here are based on the study of law. Any law aspirant preparing for BLAT will be familiar with the topics.
Aptitude & Mental Ability – This section will have questions that will challenge the candidate’s problem-solving ability.
Language Comprehension – This section will be divided into two sets i.e. one in English and other in Hindi. The candidates can write any of the following. The questions here will check the candidate’s hold over Hindi or English vocabulary and language.