Law Entrance Exams
Individuals who love to prove a point and keep awareness towards current affairs find law entrance exams easy to crack. After all, it is not all about cramming the facts and having sound background on law but it is related to something else. If you are good at advocating an issue or can think on your feet well; are all suited for the test which tries to assess these characteristics in individuals going to study a program in law. Aspiring candidates are seen confused on the types of law examinations being held in our country. This article will share the information with them willing to join this line of work.
To begin with, CLAT is the most familiar name amongst seekers which was started in the year of 2008. Common Law Admission Test that is contracted to CLAT is an All India entrance exam that is conducted by 11 National Law Universities of India. It gauges student’s aptitude for LLB and LLM programs being taught in the associated institutions, including National Law School of India University, NALSAR University of Law, and the West Bengal National University of Jurisdiction Sciences. Students after their senior secondary can appear for the test to get an entry to any of the above mentioned universities.
LSAT or Law School Admission Test too, can be taken just after twelfth and is similar to CLAT. Universities offering five years programs in law use score card of LSAT for admittance to their law programs. Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College, Jindal Global Law School, and IIT Kharagpur are few names which select students through this examination process and conduct a round of personal interviews and group discussions once the result is out. On the other hand, University of Delhi conducts its own entrance test to finds out the most deserving pool of candidates. University of Delhi offer three year graduate and postgraduate courses in law and goes with the scores earned in the entrance test conducted by University itself.
Please consider the following chart for detailed information on the same:
1. Common Law Admission Test, CLAT ( RMLNLU Lucknow, RGNUL Patiala, CNLU Patna, NUALS Kochi, NLU Orissa, NUSRL Ranchi, NLSJA Guwahati)
2. All India Law Entrance Test papers, AILET ( National Law university, Delhi, NLSIU Bangalore, NALSAR Hyderabad, NUJS Kolkata, NLU Jodhpur, NLIU Bhopal, HNLU Raipur, GNLU Gandhinagar)
3. UL-SAT (UPES Dehradun)
4. Law Common Entrance Test LAWCET
5. Law School Admission Test LSAT (UPES Dehradun)
6. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test GGSIPU CET
7. Kakatiya University Common Entrance Test
8. Andhra Pradesh University of Law Entrance Test APULET
9. SET (Law School Pune/Noida)
10. CET (Vidyapeeth University Pune)