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A Bird eye view of AILET 2019 Exam Analysis and expected Cut Off

Chetan Jaiswal 15 Minutes

As per the notification, AILET 2019 was conducted peacefully on May 05, 2019 at 10 AM – 11.30 AM across 40 exam centers and 21 cities in India. AILET has always set its own standard and this year too, types of questions were standard and difficult to comprehend. The paper was balanced in approach and almost every chapter was covered while framing this paper. Selective study wouldn’t have helped you much. The overall level of difficulty of the paper was Medium to High.

In comparison to Symbiosis Law Admission Test – 2019, conducted yesterday, this paper was much more time consuming as well as difficult too. Still, if you would compare the overall paper in respect to AILET 2018, you would get some relief in terms of level of difficulty of the questions especially Legal Aptitude, Reasoning & GK sections. This could be one of the reason that AILET 2019 cut off would possibly go high. Questions from Numerical Ability were the brain twister and Questions of English needed much of the practice. A through preparation would have been required to excel in the paper like AILET 2019.

 

Section I : English- Total Questions = 35

English section of AILET 2019 was a right mix of the all the possible sections which can be asked in any of the competitive entrance exams. Questions were there from Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Figure of Speech, Ordering of Sentences, Cloze Test and English Grammar. The Parts of Speech questions were relatively difficult and so was Reading Comprehension Passage.

Chapter-wise Break-up of English Section*

Chapter | Title Name

Number of Questions asked

Vocabulary

3

Reading Comprehension

8

Figure of Speech

5-6

Cloze Test

6

General Grammar (Sentence Correction, Parts of Speech)

13-15

 

A total Score of 20 – 22 can be regarded as a good performance.

 

Section II : Reasoning - Total Questions = 35

This section was very much predictable and most of the questions were present from the chapters which were also asked in AILET 2018. Direction, Blood Relation, Critical Reasoning, Syllogism, Analogy, Puzzle, Clock and a few other chapters were mostly taken into account. The level of difficulty of this section was medium.

Chapter-wise Break-up of Reasoning Section*

Chapter | Title Name

Number of Questions asked

Direction

2

Syllogism

2

Blood Relation

2

Analogy | Odd One Out

3

Puzzle

6-7

Clock

2

Sitting Arrangement (Separate Questions)

2

Critical Reasoning

15

 

A total Score of 22 – 24 can be regarded as a good performance.

 

Section III : Numerical Ability - Total Questions = 10

We have noticed a number of students who refrain from this section. Questions in this section of AILET 2019 were moderate to high. This paper was the right balance of most of the chapters and 6-7 Questions were easily doable if one would have devoted just 10 minutes.

Chapter-wise Break-up of Numerical Ability Section*

Chapter | Title Name

Number of Questions asked

Number System

2

Percentage

2

Profit and Loss

1

Ratio and Proportion

1

Speed Time and Distance

1

Pipe and Cistern

1

Venn Diagram

1

Mensuration

1

 

A total Score of 6 can be regarded as a good performance.

 

Section IV : General Knowledge - Total Questions = 35

Most of the questions were what our students studied in our classroom program. Someone who regularly follows newspaper and our classroom notes would have felt comfortable. The complete section was filled with questions from Current Affairs.

A total Score of 18-20 can be regarded as a good performance.

 

Section V : Legal Aptitude - Total Questions = 35

  • Multiple principles questions took time to read and understand the questions based on Legal Reasoning
  • With 2 sets of 5 principles followed by 3 questions each and another set of 3 principle followed by 3 questions, not only made the section lengthy but difficult too
  • There were questions based on Contract, Criminal Law and Law or Torts
  • 14 questions in this section were from Legal Reasoning while there were 21 questions from Legal General Knowledge
  • The knowledge section was mostly current affairs with 10 questions based on recent judgments, amendments, acts and bills

A total Score of 17-18 can be regarded as a good performance.

 

Note: Success Mantra (GTB Nagar) expects the cut-off for AILET 2019 to be approximately 81 – 83 Marks.