LAWCET 2014 Entrance Test
A Candidate appearing for the above qualifying examinations may also take the LAWCET in anticipation of results. In case of such students, their entry shall be subject to their securing eligible marks in the said qualifying examinations.
The applicants who have obtained 10+2 or graduation / post graduation through open Universities system directly without having any basic qualification for prosecuting such studies are not eligible for admission into the law courses.
For details on Age and Domicile check eligibility HERE
Regional Centers of Entrance Test for 3 year / 5 year LL.B. Courses: 01. Anantapur 02. Kadapa 03. Guntur 04. Hyderabad 05. Karimnagar 06. Kurnool 07. Nalgonda 08. Nellore 09. Nizamabad 13. Vijayawada 10. Rajahmundry 14. Visakhapatnam 11. Srikakulam 15. Warangal 12. Tirupati Note: If the total number of candidates in any centre is less than 100, the Convener reserves the right to cancel the centre and in such case the candidates will be allotted to the other nearest centre.
Medium of Entrance Test: The question paper will be set both in English and Telugu.
Test Paper Information:
The Test is designed to evaluate the candidate’s ability and aptitude to pursue the study of Law. The Test consists of three parts. Total number of questions will be 120 and the duration of test is 90 minutes. Maximum marks are 120.
- Part – A : Consists of 30 questions carrying 30 marks: General Knowledge and Mental Ability
- Part – B : Consists of 30 questions carrying 30 marks: Current Affairs
- Part – C: Consists of 60 questions carrying 60 marks: Aptitude for the Study of Law.
For 5 year Law Course, the standard expected is of Intermediate level and for 3 year Law Course, the standard expected is of Degree Level.
The questions in Part-C, Aptitude for the study of Law, elementary knowledge of the basic principles of the Law and Constitution of India on the Part of the Student is assumed.
The Questions will be objective type including multiple choices questions, matching items.
Each Question contains four alternative answers numbered as 1, 2, 3 and 4. Candidates have to exercise their choice in answering the question (See Annexure-I).
Every candidate appearing for LAWCET-2014 shall be provided with a specially designed (OMR) response sheet (Annexure-II) on which the candidate shall have to mark the answer. The method of marking the answers is illustrated below. Candidates are advised to go through the instructions given for marking the answers and other entries on the OMR response sheet thoroughly and observe the same, which should make it easy for them to answer in the examination hall.
The OMR response sheet should be handled carefully by the candidates. They are advised not to fold, wrinkle, or tear it. Further, the candidates are advised not to scribble or make any marks on the OMR response sheet except marking the answers at the appropriate place and filling the required information in the appropriate boxes. Any violation of these instructions will automatically lead to the invalidation of the OMR response sheet.
Candidate shall note that they will not be given under any circumstances a second OMR response sheet. Hence they are advised to be careful while handling it.
Candidate shall read carefully the instructions contained on the question paper booklet and OMR response sheet before starting to answer the questions.
The question paper booklet given to the candidate shall consist of 120 multiple choice type questions in THREE different parts with four responses given to each question out of which only one response is correct. Candidates shall mark the correct answer in the OMR response sheet by shading or darkening the appropriate circle with Ball Point Pen(Blue or Black) for this purpose.
There is no negative mark for incorrect answers.