The National Law University Delhi will be holding the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2017 on May 7 in as many as 19 cities of India. The NLU Delhi-administered AILET will be a 90 minute admission test, which will begin at 3 pm. NLU is holding the entrance examination for determining admissions to as many as 83 Five Year Integrated undergraduate seats and 50 LLM seats. According to the official data received by the AILET admission office, over 17,000 applications were received for BA LLB programmes and around 1100 for the LLM programme this year. The data signifies that approximately one in 205 candidates appearing for AILET will be offered a BA LLB seat by NLU Delhi. This indicates the difficulty of qualifying for this law entrance exam. Although the AILET 2017 aspirants may have prepared well for the law exam, the exam day plan will go a long way in helping them to enhance and improve those preparations.
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Careers360 hereby brings ‘AILET 2017– Exam Day Guidelines’ to help all law aspirants with expert advice and tips on how to appear for AILET 2017.
Expert advice for the pre-exam day
Avoid reading anything new– Experts suggest candidates should not begin preparing anything new related to the exam at this stage as it increases unnecessary pressure. Rajneesh Singh, a law exam expert says, “I would not advice any candidate to study anything new except for revising Current Affairs and General Knowledge.”
Arrange AILET documents a night before– It is recommended that candidates arrange their AILET 2017 related documents a night before the law entrance exam, so that they can avoid rush and panic the next morning. Aspirants should check whether they have taken their AILET admit card 2017, valid identity proof, pen, pencil and eraser.
Visit exam centre one day advance– Experts advice aspirants to visit their respective AILET exam centre 2017 one day before so that they can have an idea of the exact location and know the actual time needed to reach the exam centre. This will help law aspirants to reach their allotted test centres in time on May 7, 2017.
Calm down– Experts advice AILET aspirants to calm down and relax on the day before the NLU Delhi-administered law exam. The exam experts explain that there is no need to worry about the exam as aspirants have already been preparing for the exam for the past few months. Harsh Gagrani of LegalEdge Tutorials says, “The aspirants need to relax by different means as they have been working hard for the past few months. Relaxing mind and body will help them feel good and motivated for the entrance exam.”
What do experts advice for the exam day?
Wake up early– AILET aspirants are adviced to wake up early on May 7, 2017 so they can get ready on time for the NLU Delhi admission test.
Verify documents– Although the aspirants have arranged their documents a night before, they are adviced to cross-check if they have missed any important documents or articles needed for AILET 2017.
Avoid carrying unimportant items– NLU Delhi has mentioned in the AILET Admit Card that candidates should not carry personal items including mobile phones, pager, electronic watches, calculators or any other electronic gadgets. Candidates will only be allowed to appear for the NLU Delhi law exam as long as they are carrying their admit card along with a valid id proof, blue/ black ball point pen, pencil, eraser and photographs. Carrying any unauthorized documents or articles inside the exam hall may debar the candidate from taking the law entrance test.
Report to exam centre on time– If candidates have visited the exam centre of AILET 2017 a day before, they will have a fair idea about the location, direction, traffic and exact time it will take to reach the centre. On May 7, they should ensure they leave on time so as to reach and report to the exam centre at least an hour prior to the commencement of exam.
Become familiar with seating arrangement– Candidates who will be reaching the exam centre of AILET an hour before the commencement of exam can utilize the time in checking the seating arrangement and cross-verifying their candidature details including name, roll number and date of birth as provided on the notice board.
Don’t panic– Exam experts also advice the candidates not to panic during the AILET 2017 paper, even if they get stuck on a question. “Candidates should not waste time, not panic and maintain their calm in the exam hall. There may be a few questions that can be lengthy or tricky, which should not demotivate the candidates. Further, I would suggest moving to solving the next question. This will save the time and add marks to your score-card,” advices Rajendra Khadav, Director, Crack CLAT Tutorials.
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