AILET 2020 Question Paper Analysis, CutOff, Answer Key and Solutions; Read the Article to Know How you Score

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On 26 September 2020, AILET 2020 was successfully conducted using the online centre-based mode. Below is a shared examination and question paper analysis of AILET 2020.

The response key and solutions can also be found for candidates. After being postponed several times in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, AILET 2020 was conducted on September 26, 2020.

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In order to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the examination timings were 11.00 AM to 12.30 PM and all social distance measures were ardently followed.

150 questions were given to candidates which had to be answered within 90 minutes. It should be noted that AILET is admitted to the BA LLB and the LLM courses offered by NLU, Delhi, once a year.

Scroll through the page to check the AILET 2020 detailed analysis of the question paper.

AILET 2020 Exam Analysis: Highlights

The key pointers analysing the AILET 2020 exam are provided below. Aspirants must go through the table to get the gist of the exam.

Aspect

Analysis

Name of the Exam

AILET 2020

Overall Exam Difficulty Level

To be Updated

Exam Duration

90 Minutes

Total Questions

150 Questions

Total Questions from General Knowledge

35

Total Questions from Mathematics

10

Total Questions from Legal Aptitude

35

Total Questions from Reasoning

35

Total Questions from English

35

Type of Questions

MCQs

Maximum Marks

150 Marks

Medium of Instructions

English

Marking Scheme

+1 for each correct answer, -0.25 for every incorrect attempt

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Section-Wise AILET Question Paper Analysis 2020

There are questions in the AILET question paper from five different sections. Below is the detailed section-wise AILET 2020 question paper analysis.

The conclusions were made with the expert viewpoints and feedback of the candidate in mind.

Section

Difficulty Level

Details

General Knowledge

Easy to Moderate

Most of the questions in this section were based on the GK of 2019. Not many questions on static GK were asked.

Mathematics

Moderate to Difficult

The Mathematics section of AILET 2020 was similar to the previous years. Some questions were difficult but most of them could be solved easily.

Legal Aptitude

Moderate

The Legal Aptitude section of AILET 2020 was lengthy and there was too much to read. Students faced difficulty in managing their time with this section.

Reasoning

Easy to Moderate

This section was quite time taking but the questions were easy to moderate.

English

Moderate

Most of the questions were based on Grammar, Idioms and Phrases, and Vocabulary. A few were asked on parts of speech and no questions were asked on the figures of speech.

Overall, AILET 2020's difficulty level was moderate, but the exam was quite lengthy. It took more time for all of the sections than usual and the passages were also long.

Also Read: AILET Answer Key 2020

AILET 2020 Expected Cutoff

The expected AILET 2020 cut-off is approximately 75. It is estimated that the cutoff will be at least 75 as per the exam analysis and the number of students who gave the exam and that who score more than this will be considered for NLU Delhi admission. The number of good attempts has also been listed below for each section of AILET 2020.

SectionGood Attempts
English20 - 22
Mathematics7
Reasoning23 - 25
Legal Aptitude16 - 18
Genral Knowledge18 - 20
Overall85 - 90


AILET 2020 Answer Key and Solutions

The Answer Key for AILET has not yet been released. It will be generated by NLU, Delhi, online. As the answer key and AILET 2020 solutions will be shared here as soon as they are out, candidates are advised to keep checking the page.

List of Popular Colleges for Direct Law Admission

For the AILET, around 19,000 applicants appear every year. Because of the fixed seats at NLU, Delhi, it is impossible for all applicants to obtain university admission.

Nevertheless, they can still get admission through CLAT to other national law universities.

If an individual is unable to do so due to low rank or less seat intake, they can either check out the Admission to Law Colleges Despite Low Rank in CLAT or can apply to the popular colleges listed below.

College Name

Location

Shobhit University

Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

Mansarovar Global University

Sehore, Madhya Pradesh

Noida International University

Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Apex University

Jaipur, Rajasthan

CT University

Ludhiana, Punjab

Shoolini University

Solan, Himachal Pradesh

IEC University

Solan, Himachal Pradesh

Alliance University

Bangalore, Karnataka

KIIT University

Bhubaneswar, Odisha

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies

Dehradun, Uttarakhand

You can either complete the Common Application Form or dial our toll-free number 1800-572-9877 to get admission to the colleges listed above. In no time will our counselling experts gladly reach out to you!

After the release of the AILET Answer Key, the outcome of the exam will be declared and the same will be shared on the AILET Result 2020 page. To check their respective results, students are advised to keep visiting the aforementioned link.

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