LAW Common Entrance Test (LAWCET) Exam Details



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The LAW Common Entrance Test (LAWCET) is designed to evaluate the candidate's ability and aptitude to pursue the study of law. And this is conducted by the CONVENER, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati on the behalf of Andhra Pradesh state council of Higher education for the admission into 3 years and 5 years LL.B/ B.L courses.

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Eligibility


The eligibility for LAWCET for 3 years LL.B/ B.L course, a candidate should have passed any graduate degree of a recognized university with 45% marks of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the universities. The age limit for 3 year Law degree program is 30 years in case of general category and 35 for SC/ ST or other backward communities.

The eligibility for 5 year LL.B/ B.L course, a candidate should have passed intermediate examination (10+2) with 45% of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the university. The age limit for 5 year Law degree program is 20 years for general category and 22 in case of SC/ ST or other backward communities.


Exam pattern

Number of questions

120

Number of marks

120

Duration

90 Min

PART A -General knowledge

30 Marks

PART B -Current affairs

30 Marks

PART C -Legal aptitude

60 Marks


Syllabus

The test is conducted to evaluate the candidate's ability and aptitude to pursue the study of law. The test consists of three parts each carrying 40 marks. The questions consist of objective types which include multiple type questions, matching items and question arising out of a small passage.








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