How To Prepare For AILET PG [LLM] 2024?

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How To Prepare For AILET PG

AILET PG is one of India’s most acclaimed law entrance examinations for admission to the one-year PG/LLM course at National Law Delhi.

The All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admission to the B.A.LL.B. (Hons.)/LL.M. and Ph.D. Programs at the National Law University, Delhi. AILET 2024 is to be conducted in 10 December 2023.

How To Prepare For AILET PG 2024?

The modified syllabus of AILET 2024 for LL.M. Programme is as follows:

  • The entrance tests for LL.M. Programme will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based only.
  • The test paper will consist of 100 MCQs with each question carrying 1 mark.
  • All the 100 MCQs will be from the different branches of Law.
  • The duration of the examination will be 120 minutes.
  • Negative marking: There will be a Negative Marking in AILET 2024. The criteria for negative marking will be based on the formula 0.25*4=1 that means per wrong answer 0.25 Marks will be deducted. Therefore, four wrong answers will lead to a deduction of one (1) mark.

When preparing for AILET PG 2024, the following recommendations should be followed:

Analysis syllabus

Before beginning their exam preparation, candidates should thoroughly comprehend the syllabus. They can visit the official website of the AILET PG exam to obtain the complete syllabus.

To gain insights into the exam’s difficulty level and format, it is advisable for students to diligently solve and regularly review the previous year’s test papers. Utilizing these past papers as simulated actual exams will provide applicants with an authentic experience of the test day.

  • Previous year analysis of the paper indicates that Criminal law, Law of Contract, and Jurisprudence, carries maximum weightage.
  • Constitutional Law and International are other subjects in AILET PG that hold good weightage. Be thorough with all its concepts, as there will be analytical questions in the LLM exam.

Failing to clear the first section means that the remaining sections will not be assessed, so it is not necessary to prioritize the subjective section over the objective section.


Candidates must get into the habit of reading so as to increase their reading speed because of exam pattern is comprehension passages. Reading judgement will help in improving the reading habit. AILET LLM Entrance Book Notes

Revision: Your Secret Sauce to Success

  • Reinforce your learning by revisiting the topics you’ve covered.
  • Revise Case Law

Practice Mock AILET LLM 2024

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