ILSAT Entrance Exam 2017


About ILSAT Entrance Exam

The ILSAT Entrance Exam is an entrance examination conducted by ICFAI or the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India for the enrollment of students into their law degree programs. ICAFI is an institute that functions as a non-profit University and has the approval of the University Grants Commission. The ILSAT Entrance Exam is for their Law School located in Dehradun. The Law School offers admission to their BBALLB (Hons) course which is a 5 year integrated course. There are other courses in Law offered by the Institution.

Eligibility Criteria for ILSAT Entrance Exam

Admission to the 5 year integrated courses are offered to students who have successfully completed the ILSAT Entrance Exam. To be eligible to write the entrance exam students must have passed the 10+2 or the Higher Secondary examination at the school level with a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate of the qualifying examination. Other options that students can avail to be eligible for the ILSAT Entrance Exam is to produce the scores of the Law Entrance Tests conducted at the State or the National Level. It is an added advantage to have the CLAT scores.

There is an age limit for all the candidates who wish to undertake the ILSAT Entrance Exam and that is 20 years for General Category, for SC/ ST it is 22 years and for the disabled it is 25 years.

ILSAT Entrance Exam Syllabus

Basically the test consists of 5 parts and they are as follows:

Part 1 – English Language Test.

The English language test is to test the proficiency of the candidate in the English language. English Grammar, Reading Comprehension, and Vocabulary are the components of the first part of the question paper for the ILSAT Entrance Exam

Part 2 – General Knowledge

This paper is a test of the knowledge and information that the candidate possesses. Basically the questions are based on the current affairs and other information.

Part 3 – Legal Aptitude Test

This part of the ILSAT Entrance Exam question paper tests the student’s aptitude two4rds the field of law and the compatibility level of the student with the legal studies.

Part 4- Numerical Ability

This part of the ILSAT Entrance Exam tests the candidate’s knowledge and skill in the area of mathematics and numbers.

Part 5 – Logical Reasoning

This section is one of the most important aspect in the legal profession as the candidate is expected to possess reasoning skills and the ability for logical thinking.

How to apply for ILSAT Entrance Exam

Application for the ILSAT Entrance Exam can be sent on application forms that can be bought from any of the branches in India of the State Bank of India. Alternatively, the candidates can also download the application form, and submit it online after duly filling it up. Downloading of the application form can be done from the CLAT website.

ILSAT Entrance Exam Pattern

The question paper of the ILSAT Entrance Exam consists of 150 questions that is equally divided into 5 sections. Each of the parts is made up of 30 questions that carry 1 mark each totaling to 30 marks. All questions are in the form of Multiple Choice Questions. The candidates need to choose the right answer and tick them in the specially designed OMR sheets.

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