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AP LAWCET 2013 - Eligibility and Examination Pattern

LAWCET for Admission in Law Courses in AP Colleges & Universities

AP LAWCET Employment NewsIn Andhra Pradesh state the only way to get admissions into law colleges is through writing the Law Common Entrance Test (Law CET). The universities and colleges in Andhra Pradesh are conducting entrance test for admissions into the three years and five years LL.B course. Usually every year the Law SET notification shall be released in March or April and written exam is conducted in either May or June.

Education qualifications

Three years LL.B/B.L course:
Candidates should have a degree in any stream or equivalent education with 45% marks from any recognized university.

Five years LL.B/B.L course:
Candidates who have passed intermediate or equivalent education with 45% marks are eligible.

Age limit:

The maximum age limit for admission into five years law degree has been determined as 20 years for OC’s and 22 years for SC, ST and other backward classes.

Allotment of Seats:

Based on the law set score, 100% seats are allotted to our state candidates and there are no admissions for any other state students.

LAW CET examination paper:

LAW CET is given in both English and Telugu language with questions for 120 marks. 42 is decided as the minimum eligible mark (cut-off mark) in the entrance exam. There is no special cut-off mark for the SC or ST candidates.

Total marks: 120
Maximum marks: 120
Time: 90 minutes

Section - A
General Knowledge
30 Marks
General Mental Ability
10 Marks
40 Marks / 40 Questions

Section B     Current Affairs         (40 questions- 40 marks)

Section C     Aptitude for the study of Law (legal aptitude)   (40 questions- 40 marks) 

AP LAWCET Syllabus

This exam has been designed for those who have the stamina and ability to study Law course. The exam consists of three sections with each section carrying 40 marks. The questions shall be in objective type, match the following and comprehension questions. 

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