AP LAWCET 2017 – Sri Krishnadevaraya Universty, Anantapuramu, is conducting AP LAWCET 2017 for admission to 3 years and 5 years LLB courses. It is a state level law entrance exam. Candidates who wish to get admission in LLB program in Andhra Pradesh can appear in AP Law Common Entrance Test in 19th April 2017. First you have to submit online application form at sche.ap.gov.in after which you will be able to download hall ticket. All you need to know about AP LAWCET 2017 is presented here in an understandable format to make this exam process easier.
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AP LAWCET 2017
Schedule for AP LAWCET 2017 is given below.
|Submission of online application forms starts from||18 Feb 2017|
|Last date for submission of applications without late fee||18 Mar 2017|
|Last date for submission of application with a late fee of Rs. 500/-||19 to 27 Mar 2017|
|Last date for submission of application with a late fee of Rs.1000/-||28 Mar to 5 Apr 2017|
|Last date for submission of application with a late fee of Rs.1500/-||06 to 14 Apr 2017|
|Last date for submission of application with a late fee of Rs. 5000/-||15 to 17 Apr 2017|
|Availability of hall ticket||14 Apr 2017|
|AP LAWCET 2017 entrance test||19 Apr 2017 (2.30 pm to 4.00 pm)|
AP LAWCET 2017 Application Form Open From 18 February
You can apply online for AP Law Common Entrance Test 2017.
Note: – The Candidates, who have paid fees for LAWCET 2017 but failed to submit online application by 18/3/2017, be permitted to submit the application by 22 Mar 2017 as a last chance.
Form submission is ongoing from 18th February to 18th March during which you can pay only registration fee and apply. Even after that you can apply until 17th April, though with late fee. With this mind we suggest you target at submitting forms before 18th March only to avoid paying late fee.
In online application form you go through 4 steps.
- Fee payment.
- Know your payment status.
- Fill application form.
- Print application form.
Download Hall Ticket of AP LAWCET 2017 from 14 April
If you have submitted online application form, then you can login to sche.ap.gov.in >> LAWCET 2017 >> Login. When you log in during 14th April to any date before exam you will be able to get admit card.
AP LAWCET 2017 Admit Card serves purpose of an enabling document. In other words, it enables you to get entry to exam center when presented with other relevant documents.
Moreover, LAWCET Admit Card informs you of exam center and test timings.
AP LAWCET 2017 Mock Test
Mock Test for LAWCET 2017 has been launched for all the candidates. Mock test is provided so that test takers can prepare for the online exam pattern. A dummy log in has been given so all you need to do is just visit the official Mock Test and familiarise yourself with the way questions are displayed in Examination. Check out the official Mock Test before appearing for your exam.
- Click here to Start the Mock Test.
LAWCET 2017 is a computer based test
Moving ahead with technology, AP LAWCET 2017 will be a computer based test.
What is a computer based test?
CBT is an exam which is taken on computer. Candidates gets to access exam paper using credentials provided specific to them, such as roll number.
Instructions for exam appear on screen first of all. This, you must read carefully to know what color palette in questions mean (unanswered, answered, marked for review), timing.
Then questions appear on screen. You can navigate between questions and mark answers in computer by using mouse.
Advantages of online test
- You can select answer by simply clicking option. Saves time.
- You can change answer any time before submitting paper.
- By glancing at question palette you will know how many answers are yet to be done.
Candidates look for LAWCET 2017 Answer Key and Question Paper
Right after exam you may be anxious to get question paper and answer key. It is likely that authorities will release official answer keys for LAWCET 2017 a few days after exam. Using that you can know correct answers to all questions as well as get an idea of marks.
LAWCET 2017 Result leads to LLB admission
Law aspirants in India are many in numbers. State of Andhra Pradesh likewise has many who are in 10+2 or completed graduation and wish to study law.
LLB is a degree in law. 3 year LLB traditionally requires that candidate have a UG/graduate degree. While 5 year LLB seeks that applicants have completed 10+2.
After you appear in AP LAWCET 2017, exam papers get evaluated and you get scored on basis of answers marked. More correct answers fetch you more marks, leading to a better rank. Ultimately, admission to LLB (3 and 5 yrs) is merit based. Thus to get a college of choice, try to get good marks!
Check result in online mode.
Counselling and Seat Allotment
Results are followed by admission counselling. What constitutes counselling is
- Document verification
- Seat selection
- Seat allotment
3 Year LL.B Course
The Candidates for 3 year LL.B. should have passed any Graduate Degree (10+2+3 pattern) of a recognized University with 45% of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the Universities concerned. If any candidate secured less than 45% in graduation he should have passed any additional graduate or postgraduate degree with 45% aggregate marks.
5 Year LL.B. Course
The Candidates for 5 year LL.B. should have passed two year Intermediate Examination (10+2 pattern) with 45% of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the University concerned or the Board of Intermediate Education, A.P.
Note: There is a relaxation of 5% of marks in the above qualifying examinations for 3 year / 5 year Law course in favour of the candidates belonging to SC / ST and relaxation of 3% of marks for candidates belonging to other backward classes.
- Application Form
- Hall Ticket
- Answer Key
- Sample Papers
- Previous Year Question Papers
- Information Brochure
Date and time of test
|1||3 years AP LAWCET||19 Apr 2017||2.30 pm – 4.30 pm||Rs 700|
|2||5 years AP LAWCET||19 Apr 2017||2.30 pm – 4.30 pm||Rs 700|
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