BLAT 2019 exam analysis for BHU BA LLB by Harsh Gagrani (Director, LegalEdge Tutorials)

BLAT 2019 exam analysis for BHU BA LLB by Harsh Gagrani (Director, LegalEdge Tutorials)
sonali.jolly | May 16, 2019 - 8:33 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, May 16: As soon as the examination is over, candidates look up to their mentors, to know what their take was on the said examination. The Guru always guides. Careers360 approached one of the gurus, Mr. Harsh Gagrani, LegalEdge Tutorials, for his expert analysis on BLAT 2019. The examination was held on May 16, 2019, and is the entrance for admission to the five-year integrated law programme offered by the Banaras Hindu University. To know what the expert has to say, read the complete article.

Overall Take -

According to Mr. Gagrani, the examination was easier compared to previous years. “There were many omission surprises” said Mr. Gagrani. “The reading comprehensions and puzzles were missing from the examination. Thus, the paper was not lengthy and students finished the paper 12 - 15 minutes before the allotted time.” BLAT 2019 was “easier and shorter” according to the expert.

Section Wise analysis -

“BLAT does not demarcate between sections” said Mr. Gagrani. The approximate number of questions asked from each subject are given below


Number of Questions asked

Difficulty Level

General Knowledge and Legal knowledge


Easy to Moderate

Legal Maxims


Legal Reasoning

15 - 20

Logical Reasoning




Expected Cutoff for BLAT 2019 -

The cutoff of an examination depends on four factors

  • Total number of candidates appearing for the examination

  • Difficulty of Question paper

  • Past years cutoff trends

  • Number of seats available

Mr Gagrani informed Careers360, that the cutoff for last year was 160-170 marks, and the closing rank was around 250.

“As this year’s examination was easy, the expected cutoff for this year should be significantly higher than last year.” The expected cutoff according to Mr. Gagrani would be around 270-280 marks.

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