AILET exam in India was conducted yesterday (May 1st) with as many as 16,800 aspirants competing for 81 BA LLB seats in NLU Delhi. Which means a bare 0.48% chance of selections… That’s tough!
AILET 2016 was surprisingly easier than the usual trend of dificulty level of AILET in previous years, which is initially good news and eventually bad.
AILET 2016- Legal section analysis:
Legal aptitude surprised everyone as the pattern was changed. The pattern was relatively easier than before. Questions from Principles and Facts which usually covered major weightage of this section, lost its share in AILET 2016. Legal aptitude consisted of questions from assertion reason, legal reasoning, legal current affairs and legal static GK.
Improved strategy for CLAT 2016: Since the pattern of CLAT can also change anytime, go well prepared with legal knowledge and assertion-reason type questions as well. When revising current affairs, focus on legal news as well.
AILET 2016- Reasoning section analysis:
Reasoning, like the previous years was the toughest section in this year’s AILET exam also. Puzzles and analogies covered most of the section with small ratio of Critical reasoning questions in this section.
Improved strategy for CLAT 2016: Prepare well for Reasoning especially the Puzzles by working on your speed through mock tests.
AILET 2016- GK section analysis:
GK was an easy section with maximum emphasis on current affairs and less on static GK. Many GK questions were from Current affairs. After reading the actual list of questions asked in AILET 2016, you must have understood that those thorough with latest news could easily sail through.
Improved strategy for CLAT 2016: Expect simple but more questions from current affairs. Revise well.
AILET 2016- English section analysis:
English section of AILET 2016 was the easiest of all containing questions from reading compressions and grammar which were easy and took very less time to solve. There were 10 reading comprehension based questions and five fill in the blanks in English section.
Improved strategy for CLAT 2016: Try and improve your reading speed for CLAT as the questions will not be very difficult.
AILET-2016 result and expected cut-off:
Result will be declared for AILET 2016 on May 15th, 2016. So the wait is not long. Based on the exam difficulty level, competition, and previous years’ record, the cut-off is expected to be in the range of 103-108.