AILET 2023: NLU Delhi successfully conducted the AILET 2023 exam on December 11th. The candidates who appeared for the examination found the level of the exam moderate to difficult.
The National Law University (NLU), Delhi, conducted the AILET 2023 exam yesterday, December 11, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. According to the candidates who appeared for the examination, the level of AILET 2023 exam was moderate to difficult.
The National Law University (NLU), Delhi, conducts the AILET exam every year for admission to BA, LLB, LLM, and PhD programs. This year, NLU Delhi conducted the AILET Exam in 39 cities across the country.
There were a total of 3 sections in the paper: English Language, Current Affairs and General Knowledge, and Logical Reasoning. The total number of questions asked in the exam was 150, and 90 minutes were given in total to attempt the exam.
English Language: Sectional Analysis
In the English Language section, a total of 50 questions were asked.The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult. In the English Language section, questions were asked about comprehension passages, vocabulary, tone, analogy, logical organization, etc. The comprehension section was quite lengthy.
This year, candidates noticed changes in the exam pattern as well. The authorities combined the English and logical reasoning sections. For AILET 2023, good attempts could be 35–38 in the English language section.
Logical Reasoning: Sectional Analysis
A total of 70 questions were asked in the logical reasoning section. The overall level of difficulty of the section was moderate to difficult. In the logical reasoning section, questions were asked in comprehension format. There were a total of 10 passages in the section.
The section is primarily focused on topics such as analytical reasoning around blood relations, directions, and DA. For AILET 2023, a good attempt in the section could be 45–50 questions.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs: Sectional Analysis
For the current affairs and general knowledge sections, a total of 30 questions were asked. The current affairs and general knowledge section had a lower difficulty level than the other two sections, and most of the questions were doable.
current affairs and general knowledge section The majority of the questions were about current events, with only a few about general knowledge. An attempt of 23–25 would be considered a good attempt.
AILET 2023: Answer Key
It is expected that NLU, Delhi will will release the AILET 2023 answer key today, December 12, 2022. Once released candidates will be able to check the answer key on the official website.