AILET 2022: Exam instructions, timings and COVID-19 guidelines

AILET 2022 exam will be held on June 26, 2022 from 10 am to 10.30 am. All the candidates must carry their admit card at the exam hall.

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Deepti Shikha | Jun 17, 2022 - 10:25 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: With around a week’s time left for AILET 2022, candidates need to be aware of the exam day day instructions along with preparation. National Law University (NLU), Delhi has released the AILET admit card 2022 along with various guidelines for BA LLB, LLM and Phd candidates appearing for All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2022. The exam will be conducted on June 26, from 10 am to 11.30 am.

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AILET 2022 exam day schedule and guidelines

The AILET 2022 exam day schedule will be held as per the schedule mentioned below:

Bell timings during AILET 2022


AILET Events

9:00 am

Entry of candidates inside the test centre, covid scanning

9:30 am

Entry of candidate to the examination hall/ room

9:45 am

Distribution of transparent sealed envelopes

10:00 am (Long bell)

Commencement of entrance


10:15 am

No candidate shall be allowed to enter the examination hall/room after this bell

10:30 am (Short warning bell)

Completion of 30 minutes

11:00 am (Short warning bell)

Completion of 60 minutes

11:20 am (Short warning bell)

10 minutes to exam

11:30 am (Long bell)

Completion of the entrance test

AILET 2022 - Important items to carry to exam hall

Candidates are allowed to carry only the following items to the examination hall or room:

  • Blue/ black ball point pen

  • AILET 2022 admit card

  • Any valid photo ID proof and photographs

  • Transparent water bottle

  • Face mask and sanitizer

  • Analog watches

AILET 2022: Things not to carry in the examination hall

The following items are not allowed inside the test centre:

  • Communication devices like mobile phone

  • Other electronic gadgets such as digital watches, mobile phone, Bluetooth, earphones, pager, health band, calculator etc

  • Study materila in any form

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AILET 2022: Exam day guidelines

Candidates should check the important guidelines to be followed before, during and after the AILET exam 2022 below.

Before the exam:

  • Candidates should report at the test centre at least one hour prior to the exam, around 9 am. No candidate shall be permitted inside the AILET exam centre 15 minutes after the commencement of the exam.

  • Before starting the exam, check all the pages in the question booklet. In case, any page is missing or not properly printed, request the invigilator to exchange it.

  • Use black/blue ball point only for writing roll numbers and other details including shading the circles on the AILET OMR sheet

During the exam:

  • All the answers should be marked on the OMR sheet only

  • The circle should be shaded completely without leaving any space.

  • Any candidate who is found cheating in the exam will be disqualified from the exam.

  • The rough work space will be provided at the end of the question booklet.

  • Unmarked questions in the exam will not be evaluated.

After the exam:

Similar to the CLAT 2022 paper, the AILET 2022 OMR sheet is also carbonized and candidates are allowed to carry a carbon copy of it after the exam is over. Candidates should leave the examination hall only after submitting the centre’s copy of OMR sheet.

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AILET 2022 COVID-19 Safety Instructions

  • At the entry gate, the authorities will check the temperature of each candidate with thermal guns. In case, any candidate’s body temperature is found to be above 99.14° F, s/he will shafted to a different exam hall.

  • Candidates must sanitise their hands before entering the test centre.

  • Any candidate who is COVID positive or is under medical surveillance/supervision is not allowed to take the test.

  • Candidates must strictly follow the social distancing guidelines outside and inside the test centre.

  • Each candidate will have to produce a self-declaration form stating that they do not have any COVID-19 symptoms and have not come in contact with anyone who has tested positive.

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