AILET 2024 Exam Analysis: Paper moderate to difficult, says expert

AILET 2024 Exam Analysis: Logical reasoning section was the most difficult section.

AILET 2024 exam was found to be moderate to difficult. (Image: PTI)AILET 2024 exam was found to be moderate to difficult. (Image: PTI)

Alivia Mukherjee | December 10, 2023 | 06:41 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2024 was conducted by the National Law University Delhi (NLU Delhi) today, on December 10. The difficulty level of the AILET 2024 exam was found to be moderate to difficult.

The exam was conducted from 11 am to 1 pm in offline mode. The exam is held for admission to undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD law programmes.

AILET 2024 exam analysis

Detailed AILET 2024 exam analysis with insights from Harsh Gagrani, co-founder, LegalEdge by Toprankers is given below

According to Gagrani, the paper was difficult to moderate and lengthier. “This year's AILET exam followed a similar pattern to 2022 but had its own challenges. The test had more passage-based questions and was longer than last year's. The questions were moderate in difficulty, focusing a lot on context, and each question had its own passage, which made the test longer than the one in 2023. " said Gagrani.

Candidates can have a look at the AILET 2024 section-wise analysis below.

Section A: English Language

The section consisted of 50 questions carrying 50 marks. The difficulty level was found to be of moderate in comparison to the previous year. The questions varied and included grammar and language.

Section B: Current affairs and general knowledge

The section included 30 questions carrying 1 mark each. In contrast to the previous year's set of questions, this portion was somewhat difficult this year. The paper was largely focused on current affairs, with some static questions. Notably, economics was a huge part of this sections, evaluating student's knowledge of key topics. According to Gagrani, mix of static and current questions were somewhat similar to the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) paper.

Section C: Logical reasoning

This section consisted of 70 questions each carrying 70 marks. The section was found to be the most difficult and lengthy section. This year there was introduction of legal-oriented principal-fact based questions, which were not asked in the previous two years. Critical reasoning included long statement-based questions. There were a good number of syllogisms and coding-decoding questions.

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