AP LAWCET 2020 SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL ONLINE TEST
AP LAWCET Syllabus 2020 is released by Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE). The question paper will comprise of 3 sections, General Knowledge and Mental Ability in Part A, Current Affairs in Part B and Legal Aptitude in Part C. AP LAWCET 2020 will be conducted on May 8, 2020 in CBT mode.
Exam Pattern of AP LAWCET is based on 10+2 curriculam for both 3 year and 5 year integrated programs. In order to prepare better and check the readiness for the exam, official mock tests will be released at the portal shortly. Qualifying marks in AP LAWCET are 35% (i.e. 42 marks out of total 120 marks). No minimum qualifying marks for SC and ST for ranking.
Questions in the examination are designed to evaluate a candidate’s ability and aptitude to pursue Law as a career. There are three parts to the paper viz.
|Part||Section||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|Part A||General Knowledge & Mental Ability||30||30|
|Part B||Current Affairs||30||30|
|Part C||Aptitude for the Study of Law||60||60|
|Total||3 sections||120 Questions||120 Marks|
Section A/ Part A consists of 30 questions carrying 30 marks each. In this section, questions are based on logical reasoning and static general awareness.
|Lucent's General Knowledge||Lucent’s|
|General Knowledge 2020||G.K. Pub|
|General Knowledge & Current Affairs||Upkar Prakashan|
|General Knowledge 2020 Capsule with Current Affairs Update||Disha Publication|
|The Mega Yearbook 2020 – Current Affairs and General Knowledge for competitive exams||Disha Experts|
Download Free AP LAWCET Sample Papers
|Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning||S. Chand|
|A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal||Arihant|
|Quantitative Aptitude by R S Aggarwal||S. Chand|
|Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning||Prentice Hall India Learning|
This section consists of 30 questions from the events that have happened in the country and around the globe in recent. It covers news articles on affairs of importance on numerous topics like-
The only source of material to prepare for this section is newspapers and news channels. Read them regularly to stay updated on the events of the past and current year.
Part C of the paper is made up of 60 questions based on Legal Aptitude. As per the instructions are given by the organizers of the exam, questions from basic laws and Constitution of the country will be given in this section and they will be of elementary level.
Law and Constitution of India
Law and constitution section will include questions from:
Public International Law:
Crimes and Torts:
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) & Other Law:
|Legal Aptitude for the CLAT and other Law entrance examinations: A workbook||Bhardwaj|
|National Law University: B.A, L.L.B (Hons.) All India Law Entrance Exam Guide||RPH Editorial Board|
|Universal’s General Knowledge of Law- Legal GK for competitive examinations||Manish Arora|
|Lawcet Study Material||Vikram publishers|
This section will have 40 questions of 1 mark each. Important topics are listed below:
JURISPRUDENCE (20 Ques. | 20 Marks)
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (20 Ques. | 20 Marks)
This section will have 80 Questions of 1 mark each. Check the important topics under this:
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW (16 Ques. | 16 Marks)
MERCANTILE LAW (16 Ques. | 16 Marks)
LABOUR LAW (16 Ques. | 16 Marks)
CRIMES and TORTS (16 Ques. | 16 Marks)
IPR & OTHER LAWS (16 Ques. | 16 Marks)
|Universal's Guide to LL.M. Entrance Examination||Gaurav Mehta|
|Guide to LLM Entrance Examination||Showick Thorpe|
|Amar Law Publication's Indian Constitutional Law : The New Challenges for LLM||Sheetal Kanwal|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College