AILET is conducted by NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, DELHI every year for admission to its BA LLM, LLB and PhD programs. Established in 2008 by National Capital Territory of Delhi and with the initiative of High Court of Delhi is in the list of premier law Universities established in India.

There are total 80 seats for LLB course in NLU out of which 70 are through AILET and admission on remaining 10 seat are done directly by the college.

Education Qualification Requirement -

For B.A., LLB (Hons.) – 5 Year Program: Candidate must have passed the Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) or equivalent exam with more than 50% marks. Students who are in appearing for 12th are also eligible for the exam.

For LL.M. – This course is of 1 year duration. Candidates having LL.B. or its equivalent degree with minimum 55% marks (50% in case of SC/ST or Person with Disability) can appear for the exam.



Firday, 1 January 2016

Thursday, 7 April 2016

LINK:   nludelhi.ac.in
          AILET TEST DATE :
         Sunday, 01 May 2016

            AILET RESULTS :  


Total Marks:  150
Total No. Of Questions: 150
Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes


Subject Area and Mark Distribution

English, G.K., Legal Aptitude, Reasoning       - 35 Marks Each
Elementary mathematics (Numerical Ability)    - 10 Marks



  •     Candidate should secure minimum 40% (30% for SC and ST) marks in AILET to become eligible for admission.
  •     Minimum 30% of total seats shall be filled by reservation for women candidates including reservation in reserved as well as foreign categories.


Total Questions: 150
Total Marks: 150
Total Duration: 90 minutes
Negative Marking: No Negative Marking

Section 1: Numerical Ability
No. of Questions: 10


The section had questions ranged from topics like Percentage & its application, Numbers & its application, Ratio & its application, Time & Work, Time-Speed-Distance etc. Maths section was time consuming. Overall the section can be classified as moderate to difficult. A well prepared student would have attempted 8+ questions by spending 15 minutes and with 75% accuracy. Good score in this section could be 6+.


Section 2: English
No. of Questions: 35

This section had 1 small passage in RC and 6 questions based on it. Type of questions ranged from conventional areas of vocabulary like Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogies and Para jumbles etc.  Overall the section can be classified as easy. Overall time spent could not have been more than 30 minutes. Student, who has good command over vocabulary, would have attempted 30+ questions with 80% accuracy. Good score in this section could be 24+.


Section 3: Reasoning
No. of Questions: 35

This section was a true shocker for many. It had lot of variety of questions. Surprisingly the standard questions on Blood relation, Calendar Dates were missing. puzzles and arrangement were just 3-4. Topics like Coding, Series, Analogy, Direction sense etc. were evenly distributed. Overall the section can be considered difficult. Section was lengthy and even Student with good reasoning skills couldn’t have attempted 25+ questions in 40 Minutes. Good score in this section could be 20+.


Section 4: General Awareness
No. of Questions: 35

 G. K. was on expected lines. This section had most questions on current affairs. There were few ambiguous questions too like the question on. Overall, this section can be considered moderate. Good attempts in this section could be 30+ while good score could be 26+.


Section 5: Legal Aptitude
No. of Questions: 35

 Legal Aptitude section was a mixed bag of Legal Reasoning & Legal Knowledge Questions. Most of the questions were from standard areas torts, contract, crime, constitution etc... Overall the section can be considered easy. Section was on predictable lines and even Student with average skills would have attempted 30+ questions in 35 Minutes. Good score in this section could be 27+

Overall Level: Slightly Difficult
Cut-offs: General scores may consider the score in the range of 100 to 104


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