Law Entrance Exams

If getting admission in a Law School is your goal, then you in the right page. Law entrance tests are conducted on a national / state or university level for admission to law courses such as LLB, BA LLB, BBA LLB, LLM and others. Students who aspire for a career in law can get here details of all Law entrance Tests. Information regarding the type of exam, admission rules in law schools, eligibility, dates, application form, and study material for law exam preparation are available here.

Law Entrance Exams 2022

The important law entrance exams in India are as follows. These law entrance exam are held at national level.

Law Entrance Exams at National Level

Name of ExamFull Form
CLATCommon Law Admission Test
AILETAll India Law Entrance Test
LSAT IndiaLaw School Admission Test

The following is not an entrance exam. It is the certification / eligibility exam for all advocates all over India

Name of ExamFull Form
AIBEAll India Bar Examination

Law Entrance Exams at State Level

These law entrance exam are held at state level.

Name of ExamFull FormState
AP LAWCETAndhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance TestAndhra Pradesh
AP PGLCETAndhra Pradesh PG Law Common Entrance TestAndhra Pradesh
Kerala LLB 3 YearCEE Kerala LLB 3 year Entrance ExamKerala
Kerala LLB 5 YearCEE Kerala LLB 5 year Entrance ExamKerala
Kerala CEE LLMCEE Kerala LLM Entrance ExamKerala
MAH LLB (3 yrs) CETMaharashtra 3-years LLB Entrance ExamMaharashtra
MH CET LawMaharashtra Law Common Entrance TestMaharashtra
PU BA / B.Com LLBPU BA/B.Com LLB (Hons.) 5 Years Integrated Course Entrance TestPunjab
PU LLB 3 YearPU LL.B. (3-Year Course) Entrance TestPunjab
TS LAWCETTelangana State Law Common Entrance TestTelangana
TS PGLCETTelangana State PG Law Common Entrance TestTelangana

Law Entrance Exams at University / College

These law entrance exam are held for admission in specific colleges and universities.

Name of ExamFull FormCollege / University
AIL LETArmy Institute of Law Law Entrance TestArmy Institute of Law Mohali
AMU LawAligarh Muslim University Law Entrance TestAligarh Muslim University
BVP CETBharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance TestBharati Vidyapeeth
Calcutta University BA LLBCalcutta University Law Entrance TestCalcutta University
CUSAT CATCochin University of Science and Technology Common Admission TestCUSAT
Geeta GLATGeeta Law College Admission TestGeeta Institute of Law
ILSATICFAI Law School Admission TestICFAI Law School
KIITEEKalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance ExaminationKIIT University
NEF Law Entrance TestNational Education Foundation Law Entrance TestNEF Law College
RULETRajasthan University Law Entrance TestRajasthan University
SAATSiksha ‘O’ Anusandhan Admission TestSOA University
SET Law (SLAT)Symbiosis Entrance TestSymbiosis International Deemed University
SSJU Entrance ExamSoban Singh Jeena University Entrance ExamSoban Singh Jeena University
Tripura Govt Law College Entrance ExamTripura Govt Law College Entrance ExamTripura Govt Law College
UKSEEUttarakhand State Entrance ExamUniversity Departments and Government/Private Institutes of Uttarakhand
ULET
ULSATUPES Law Studies Aptitude TestUPES

Extra Study Material

When you visit the links given above, you will find relevant study material of each exam. Such as syllabus, sample paper, previous year question papers. However, some exams that used to be held earlier are no longer held, but their study material can still be relevant for other law entrance exams. We have given those here.

Comments 35

  1. Ayushi says:

    Direct apply in NLU is possible not giving CLAT ?

    • Anand Meena says:

      If university is participating in CLAT, there is no direct admission procedure. If its not participating in CLAT, it may conduct its own test like AILET, HPNLET etc.

      There are some seats for direct admission in NLU for Foreign Nationals.

  2. Vinod Dumada says:

    Respected Sir/Madam,
    I’m a teacher from Maharashtra. I’m a full time employee. I want to know is there any university with option of External BA LLB ?
    Thanking You.
    Vinod Dumada, Palghar.

  3. Pranavi says:

    I completed UG b pharmacy i have intrstd in LLB i want to join in that so please shall I join or not can u answer

  4. venkatrao devara says:

    Respected sir.
    I am distance degree ( BA )pass.
    But iam Law eligible candidate or not eligible candidate. Please reply sir

    • Anand Meena says:

      Yes, you can apply for LLB. However please check specific eligibility criteria of the college / university you want to apply.

  5. Nishantha kumar says:

    Hi I’m nishanth degree holder I’m interested in law study …degree percentage 57 % im apply with chengalpattu law college it’s possible

  6. Nishantha kumar says:

    CLAT exams

  7. Nishantha kumar says:

    57% my Mark percentage i apply law clg possible my Mark

  8. Ashok Kumar Bishnoi says:

    Hello sir I am In General Category in center But in OBC in state (Rajasthan). And I filled OBC in CLAT form. Won’t it create any problem.
    Thanking you :- Ashok Kumar

  9. Somya Pratap says:

    Sir I have applied for several universities entrance examinations for integrated Ba.Llb course and I am not able to get the proper syllabus for the exams. Please help me out of this!

  10. shama says:

    me L.L.m krna chahty hu

  11. Joyeeta bhattacharjee says:

    Sir I am now completed class 11. I am interested in L.L.B study . After h.s exam . Please help me ? What I do for this exam ? I am not able to proper syllabus for this exam.. how can I get the exam date in 2018

  12. Gokul says:

    If i pass in any law entrance exam
    What the use of it? Please reply if anyone knows

  13. abhay yadav says:

    ME BALLB karna chahta hu sir

  14. achusubha says:

    Sir i have completed my 12 im going join civil law in college .. sir i have one doubt that enterance exam is there ah sir please clear this doubt sir

    • achusubha says:

      Enterance exam is there or not for babl 5 years course

  15. Jidnyasa says:

    I have appeared for tybcom exams and waiting for results am I eligible for law entrance 2017

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