AP LAWCET is a state level entrance examination. The assigned university organizes this entrance exam on behalf of APSCHE. AP LAWCET is conducted annually for students who want to get admission into the 3 years and 5 years LLB courses offered by the institutes of Andhra Pradesh. The candidates seeking admission in law with AP LAWCET can get the detail information on this page.
The following table below comprises of exam dates for the AP LAWCET 2018 exam. It is important for law aspirants for the purpose of keeping track of exam dates.
|AP LAWCET Exam||Dates|
|AP LAWCET – 2018 Examination||19 Apr 2018|
|AP LAWCET – 2019 Examination||06 May 2019|
AP LAWCET Eligibility Criteria
Candidates should be an Indian national and should qualify the local and non-local residential criteria laid down by the official body.
Those who wish to seek admission in the 3 year LLB course should have done their graduation from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate of 45%
Students who wish to pursue the 5 year LLB course should have cleared 12th or an equivalent exam from any recognized board. The minimum score of the candidate should be 45%.
Note: There is a relaxation of 5% of marks in the above qualifying examinations for 3 years / 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
AP LAWCET Exam Pattern
The question paper will be in Telugu and English medium. A total number of 120 questions will be asked in the exam. The candidates will be awarded one mark for a correct response. The duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes.
|Section||No. of Questions|
|General Knowledge and Mental Ability||30|
|Aptitude for the study of Law||60|
AP LAWCET Syllabus
AP LAWCET examination will be of 90 minutes duration. The question paper will be on basis of the AP LAWCET syllabus. To score well candidates can prepare the topics listed in the syllabus. The syllabus comprises of topics related to General Knowledge, Mental Ability, Current Affairs and Aptitude. For admission to 5-year law course, the exam will be of Intermediate level. Whereas, for the 3-year law course, the exam will be of degree level.
Official Website: www.sche.ap.gov.in