AILET or All India Law Entrance Exam is a national level law exam that is conducted by the National Law University, Delhi. for admitting students in its B.A. LL.B (Hons.), LL.M, and PhD programs.


  1. The candidate should have at least 55% aggregate in the exam from a recognized board. 

  2. The candidate should acquire a minimum of 50% marks in the qualifying examination.

  3. Candidates who are currently pursuing can also apply for the examination.

  4. There is no upper age limit to apply for AILET UG Exam


AILET is a test of one's aptitude and reasoning abilities. It comprises of five sections namely:

  1. Verbal Ability: 35 questions

  2. Mathematics: 10 Questions

  3. Logical Reasoning: 35 Questions

  4. General Knowledge: 35 Questions

  5. Legal Aptitude: 35 Questions

Total marks are 150, wherein each question carries 1 mark and for every incorrect attempt, 0.25 marks will be deducted. A total time of 90 minutes is provided to solve the paper.


Scope and coverage of questions under different subject areas:


English including comprehension

The English section will test the candidates' proficiency in English based on comprehension passages and grammar. In the comprehension section, candidates will be questioned on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words used therein, etc. The grammar section requires the correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling of blanks in sentences with appropriate words, etc.


General Knowledge and Current Affairs

The General knowledge will be tested on general awareness including static general knowledge. Questions on current affairs will test candidates on their knowledge of national and international current affairs.



This section will test the candidate's knowledge of elementary mathematics, i.e., maths taught up to 10th Class/standard.


Legal Aptitude

This section will test the candidate's interest in the study of law, research aptitude, and problem-solving ability. Questions may include legal propositions (described in the paper), and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be "true" in the real sense, candidates will have to assume the "truth" of these propositions and answer the questions accordingly.


Logical Reasoning

The purpose of the logical reasoning section is to test the candidate's ability to identify patterns, logical links, and rectify illogical arguments. It may include a variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc. However, visual reasoning will not be tested.