All India Law Entrance Test or AILET was held by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to one of India’s most prestigious law school, National Law University, Delhi. Candidates who appeared in the exam can check the exam analysis of AILET to know about the overall exam level, expected cut off, distribution of questions, and other important tidbits about the exam.
The Director of LegalEdge Tutorials, Karan Mehta, has shared an analysis of AILET 2020.
AILET SUB-WISE EXAM ANALYSIS:
1. English Language: Reading Comprehension wasn’t Easy. The question on vocabulary and sentence correction was tricky and students could easily make a silly mistake. In this section, questions were asked from Reading Comprehension, on Grammar (Parts of Speech, Sentence Correction) and Vocabulary (Phrases, Idioms, Synonyms, Fill in the Blanks)
2. Mathematics: There were approximately 2-3 questions that were difficult but could be solved by candidates who are really good with Math and numbers. Such questions were asked in sections of Mixtures and Allegations, Permutations and Combinations, Profit Loss and Discounts, Arithmetic Mean, Pricing, Interest, etc.
3. Logical Reasoning: In this section, problems are based on LR. Questions from Puzzle, Circular Arrangement, Blood Relations, Clocks and Calendars, Coding-Decoding, Short Passages (Critical Reasoning), etc.
4. Legal Aptitude: Accuracy is the most important factor in the Legal Knowledge section. Questions based on Principle-Fact were wordy but candidates who crack AILET mostly spent their time practicing such types of questions. The questions asked between Legal Reasoning and Legal Knowledge are in the ratio of 50:50. Whereas, the Legal Knowledge questions were generally sourced from the latest Legal Events.
5. General Knowledge: Comparatively easy section among others. Students could expect a high score in this section. As compared to Current Affairs, Static GK was a bit complicated.
Moreover, Mr. Mehta additionally shares his views on the conduct of the exam in this coronavirus pandemic. He said AILET has always been the hardest among all the entrance exams held for UG Law Entrances. The conducting body should take care of some respite for the takers.
In the midst of the continuous Coronavirus pandemic, AILET is the primary significant law selection test to be directed at physical test centers.