AILET 2020: Admit Card, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus

All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is conducted once a year by the National Law University Delhi (NLU Delhi). This entrance test is conducted for the candidates who want to get admission in undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) as well as doctorate (PhD) level law programmes and courses. AILET 2020 is a university-level entrance examination only for the admissions at NLU Delhi, otherwise, the university will not receive any other law entrance examination for the admission process. Get the details regarding application form, dates, fee, mode and more with the help of this following post.

AILET 2020: Application Form

The Application form of AILET 2020 was released online on 15th January 2020 and the last date for applying was on 11th July 2020. Candidates were asked to register themselves by filling the application form online where their personal and education information was asked. Candidates were also asked to attach their photograph and signature to the form otherwise their form will not be accepted. The payment was allowed to make through online or offline mode. After the successful payment for AILET 2020, the concerned authority will send a confirmation email to the candidates.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to apply for AILET 2020, candidates must go through eligibility criteria. For BA LL.B (Hons.), the applicant must have passed 10+2 from a recognized board or university with minimum 50% marks in 12th standard. Also, the candidates who are still in 12th standard and are going to appear for the exam in March/April 2020 will be eligible for applying. For LL. M, Candidates must have completed LL. B or any equivalent law degree has done from a recognized university with minimum 55 per cent marks in their degree.

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Exam Date

Events Dates (2020)
Notification Release Date 15th January 2020
Application Form release 15th January 2020
Application Procedure Last Date 11th July 2020
Examination Date To Be Announced

Exam Pattern

The AILET entrance test is conducted to test the candidate’s aptitude as well as reasoning abilities. It will include a total number of five sections such as Verbal Ability, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, as well as Legal Aptitude. Every question in the exam paper will carry one mark individually and for each incorrect answer, 0.25 marks are going to be subtracted.


The AILET 2020 examination will be conducted in offline mode and the question paper is going to have 150 questions from five different subjects which include English (Comprehension), Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning as well as Legal Aptitude Scope along with the coverage of questions under diverse subject areas.

Preparation Tips

Cover the entire syllabus of AILET 2020 properly and for this, you can prepare a proper schedule that you should follow thoroughly. With this way, you will also not miss out any topic from your syllabus. Try to make notes much simpler and easier to understand that you can revise it properly a few days prior to the exam. For checking your preparation, you should definitely go for mock tests, sample papers or question papers from past years.

Answer Key

The answer key of AILET cut-off 2020 entrance exam is going to be released soon after the exam will be conducted. All the candidates with the help of answer key are going to get the information regarding the correct answers of all the questions that were asked in the question paper. Through this, the candidates can make a guess regarding what they might score in the result. If in case the candidate is not satisfied with an answer so they can easily raise the objection to the concerned authority. It will require a fee but when the query turns out to be correct then all the money will be refunded immediately.

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Cut-Off Marks

The AILET cut-off 2020 is going to specify the minimum score for which the admission is offered for every single category. NLU Delhi is also going to release the category-wise AILET 2020 cut-off for several programs that have been provided by the university at the time of counselling as well as seat allotment. Various factors that are responsible in influencing the AILET cut-off marks are the total number of candidates, the performance of applicants in the entrance test, Seats approved in every program that has been offered by NLU Delhi, Category under which the admission is pursued.

Application Fee

The application fee is necessary for each candidate to pay whether offline via cash deposit at the post office or online via debit/credit card and net banking. According to the categories, the application fee will be different for the candidates and in order to know the fee details of each category, check out the below-listed table.

Categories Application Fee
General Candidates Rs.3050
SC/ST/PWD Candidates Rs.1050
Kashmiri Migrants/Foreign Nationals Rs.3050
SC/ST (BPL) Candidates Exempted

Admit Card

The university will issue AILET 2020 admit card to the applicants who are going to appear in the examination. Only those candidates will be accessed to their admit card who have successfully registered for the entrance test before the last date of application submission. It is compulsory for each candidate to carry the admit card on the day of examination as it includes all the major details regarding the candidate and the exam details such as date, time, centre etc. It also includes the photograph and signature of the respective candidate so that the invigilator can verify the applicant’s identity through admit card.

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The university is all set to be declared the AILET results within a few months as soon as the exam will be conducted. The result will be released online and the candidates can check it by entering their login credential to the official online portal. The scorecard of the candidates participated in the examination is going to include All India Rank, sectional scores, along with the overall scores of the students.


The university is going to conduct the counselling of those candidates who will qualify the result and the cut-off marks. Based on the rank list and candidates’ eligibility for the law course, they are looking for to get admission in, the seat will be allotted to them. In the end, the documents of each selected candidate will be verified.

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