All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) has been successfully conducted on May 7, 2017 by National Law University, Delhi. The exam was held in offline mode across several cities in India including Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Lucknow and Mumbai. AILET 2017 exam contained a total of 150 questions and the duration of the exam was 90 minutes. According to most of the candidates, the difficulty level of exam was moderate.
AILET exam comprised of 5 sections – English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Reasoning, and Mathematics. The English section contained questions on grammar correction, reading comprehension, vocabulary etc. In the reasoning section, the questions were related to Directions, Arrangement, True-False Statement, Family Tree etc. In the reasoning section, a score of 25-28 can be considered a good score. The Mathematics section had 10 questions and they were related to Average, Time, Speed & Distance, Time & Work etc.
The result of AILET 2017 exam will be announced on May 18th (tentative), 2017. The score card will mention the subject-wise marks, total marks and the All India Rank (AIR) of the candidates. On the basis of AILET scores, the candidates will be shortlisted for counselling rounds. The counselling will be held in offline mode. The selected candidates will have to visit the NLU for counselling. It will be mandatory for the candidates to show all the mandatory documents to prove their eligibility.
In recent years, the popualrity of law programmes among students has increased in India. There are many reputed universities that offer undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses in law. NLU, Delhi is counted among one of the most reputed law universities in India. Now that the AILET exam has been conducted, the focus of law aspirants has shifted to another major Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), which is scheduled to be held on May 14, 2017.