The RULET entrance test paper consists of 200 objective type questions. RULET written test total marks is 200. The entrance exam consists of objective type questions. Four alternatives are provided against each question, and the candidate is required to choose the correct one. The test duration is 2 hours. There is no set/defined syllabus of entrance examination. The candidates are required to practice questions or prepare thoroughly as per the fragmentation enlisted in the examination pattern. Scoring well in just the entrance examination does not ensure admission. Selection of the candidate depends on his/her performance in Personal Interview & Group Discussion, which in total is of 100 marks divided in the ratio of 60:40, respectively.
Candidate should have passed higher secondary/Intermediate 10+2 level of examination form a recognized Board, with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.
The upper age limit has been fixed as 21 years when applying.
A candidate who has passed any one semester term examination in not less than four papers by securing at least 40% marks in each of those four papers and at least 50% marks in the aggregate of those papers shall be eligible for admission to the next semester.
A candidate who has appeared in any one semester term examination and the result has not been declared may be eligible for provisional admission to the next semester if the teaching has commenced but such provisional admission shall stand canceled if he could not get the requisite eligibility on the declaration of his result of the term examination in which he has appeared.
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For Legal Reasoning, General Knowledge, General Science, and Social Studies sections, candidates need to read newspaper, books related to such issues, competitive books, magazines etc.
One should know the major social, political, cultural, sports, and economical events, famous award and prizes, books and authors, International organizations, world records, etc. apart from this, candidate really needs to know in-detail about the constitution, main legal laws, etc. course studied in science & social science up to 10+2 should be thoroughly revised
In order to attempt aptitude of learning section, some inherent skills are needed. One can enhance such skills by reading books specifically meant for it or some competitive books.
The student should try to spend at least an hour everyday on reading good news papers like ‘The Hindu’ to improve on General Knowledge.
They can go through yearbook, magazines, newspaper
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. Practice as many questions as they can.
Every minute counts!
And the way they manage their time might end up being the deciding factor.
With limited time in hand for preparing for RULET, making notes is not foolish, but is probably the wisest thing to do. Amidst all this, there is a high probability that the candidate will end up forgetting a major part of what he/she has learnt and memorized, and forgetting to the extent that it can't even be recalled it on seeing the options.
Student can dedicate a section to topics like (a) Appointments and Removal (b) Records (c) Awards and Honors (d) Sports (Including Sports Awards) (e) Notable deaths (f) Important state news and so on.
Mnemonics, according to the Oxford Dictionary is "a system such as pattern of letters, ideas or associations which assists in remembering something".
To remember the long list of important dates, names, and awards in a short period of time, use mnemonics techniques.
They can connect the record holders with their respective records by using acronyms (remember BODMAS?) or make funny sentences out of them.
Students can refer to some books or sample questions available in the web.
Keep at least 20 per cent of their time for revising everything. Keep at least the last one week for revising all their notes and acronyms.