The entrance test consists of three sections and the total number of questions is around a 120.
The duration of test is 90 minutes.
The test consists of three parts, part-A General Knowledge and General Mental Ability Consists of 30 questions carrying 30 marks, part-B Current Affairs Consists of 30 questions carrying 30 marks, part-C Aptitude for the Study of Law (Legal Aptitude) Consists of 60 questions carrying 60 marks. Maximum marks are around 120.
The test is designed to evaluate the candidate’s ability and aptitude to pursue the study of Law.
The questions are of the objective type and include multiple choice questions, matching items, and questions arising out of a small passage containing basic information.
The question paper is set both in English and Telugu.
There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.
For Three year LL.B Course: The Candidates for 3 year LL.B.should have passed any Graduate Degree (10+2+3 pattern) of a recognized University with 45% of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the Universities concerned. If any candidate secured less than 45% in graduation he should have passed any additional graduate or postgraduate degree with 45%aggregate marks.
For Five Year LL.B.Course: The Candidates for5 year LL.B.should have passed two year Intermediate Examination (10+2 pattern) with 45% of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the University concerned or the Board of Intermediate Education,A.P.
NOTE:There is a relaxation of 5% of marks in the above qualifying examinations or 3 year/5 year Law course in favour of the candidates belonging to SC/ST and relaxation of 3% of marks for candidates belonging to other backward classes.
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The student should try to spend at least an hour everyday on reading good news papers like ‘The Hindu’ to improve on his/her General Knowledge.
They can go through yearbooks, magazines and newspapers
They can also subscribe to competitive magazines like Competition Master or CSR.
They can read through law related websites for latest updates on Law and GK.
They should learn all the algebraic formulae.
They need to work on topics like profit and loss, and percentage in Commercial Mathematics.
Try to solve many exercises and sample question papers. This practice will help in increasing speed and accuracy. Every law prep institute gives its students mock tests of various law entrance examinations.