By | 12 Dec 2022 at 11:33 AM
AILET 2023: Answer Key, exam analysis, solutions, expected cut-offs

The AILET 2023 exam was held today, December 11, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the National Law University in Delhi. The AILET exam 2023 was held in 39 exam cities around the country for admission to BA LLB, LLM, and PhD programmes. According to the pupils, AILET 2023 was a little tough and time-consuming. The AILET 2023 answer key is likely to be released shortly after the examination.

AILET 2023 exam evaluation

The AILET exam was given by the university. The AILET BA LLB 2023 test paper included questions from three sections: English, current affairs and GK, and logical thinking.

All of the questions were based on English comprehension readings and logical reasoning. The most challenging section was logical reasoning, followed by English comprehension and vocabulary. The general knowledge component was plain and simple. As a result, it has the potential to be crucial. Given the difficulty of the exam, AILET cut-offs are projected to remain low this year, in the range of 70-80.

AILET exam analysis – Overall difficulty and number of questions

Section Number of questions Number of questions
English language Moderate – difficult 50
Current affairs and GK Easy 30
Logical reasoning Difficult 70
Overall Moderate – Difficult 150

AILET 2023 Answer Key

The university expects to release the AILET 2023 answer key today (evening) or tomorrow, December 12, 2022. Meanwhile, candidates can review the AILET exam analysis supplied by various preparation institutes and experts.

AILET cut off marks

In general, a score of 100 or more is regarded adequate for passing the AILET exam. Candidates can also look at prior year’s cut-off marks to get a sense of what to expect.

AILET cut off 2022

Categories

Cutoff marks

Cutoff rank

General

89.5

72

General PwD

65.75

823

OBC-Non Creamy Layer

65.5

837

Scheduled Caste

55.75

1766

ST

49.5

2731

EWS

74.5

370

AILET cut off 2022 – Round 2

Category

Marks

Rank

General

88.25

81

SC

55.75

1768

ST

47.75

3050

Next Sunday is CLAT 2023!

CLAT 2023, another national-level law entrance exam, will be held on December 18, 2022. (Sunday). The Consortium of NLUs has already issued the CLAT admission card 2023 to all registered applicants. The third CLAT sample paper will be released on December 10, 2022, to aid students in their preparation.