The ILSAT exam is a university-level examination which is conducted by the ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad, to fill up seats in undergraduate and postgraduate law courses. The mode of this exam is a Computed-based Test (CBT). Allotment of seats will be done on the basis of merit list, which will depend on marks secured in the entrance test, the candidate’s performance in the interview and previous examination results.
Candidates who have appeared or will appear in CLAT / LSAT India exams will be given special recognition, and won’t have to appear for the ILSAT exam for B.A/ B.Com LLB and LLM courses.
Candidates who are interested and who fulfil all the eligibility criteria can apply on the official website of ICFAI Law School at https://www.ifheindia.org/fol/.
Students applying for ILSAT 2023 should have completed their 10+2, with a minimum score of 50%, from an institution recognised by the government, and should not be more than 20 years old (as of 1st August 2023).
|Exam Name||ILSAT 2023|
|Full Form||ICFAI Law School Admission Test|
|Conducting Body||ICFAI Hyderabad|
|Application Fee||INR 1000|
|Exam Duration||2 hours|
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Here are some of the frequently asked questions about the ILSAT exam.
ILSAT 2023 About Exam FAQS
While filling out the ILSAT 2023 application form, candidates will have to pay INR 1000 as an application fee. This fee is non-refundable. If any candidate has entered false information in his or her application form, his or her application will be rejected and the entire application form is to be filled out again by paying the application fee again.
ILSAT exam stands for Indian Law School Admission Test, which is conducted by the IFCAI Law School, Hyderabad, to enrol eligible candidates for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in law.
The list of ICFAI Universities includes ICFAI Hyderabad, ICFAI Dehradun, ICFAI Sikkim, ICFAI Meghalaya (Shillong & Tura), ICFAI Mizoram, ICFAI Nagaland, and ICFAI Jharkhand.
By clearing the ILSAT exam, candidates will be given the options of BA LLB and BCom LLB.
BA LLB will be for students who had humanities stream in their 12th standard. And students who had a Commerce stream in their 12th standard will be given the option of BCom LLB.
Here are some of the Top Law Schools in India according to the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF): NLSUI Bangalore, NLU Delhi, Symbiosis Law School, Nalsar University of Law, NLU Kolkata, and Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islamia.
ILSAT 2023 Important Dates FAQs
According to the latest notification released by the ICFAI Hyderabad, the last date to apply for ILSAT 2023 is 28th May 2023. After this date, the ICFAI will not accept any applications.
The ILSAT 2023 exam will be conducted by ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad on 4th June 2023. The duration of this exam will be 2 hours, in which candidates have to answer 125 MCQ-based questions.
According to the latest notification released by the ICFAI Hyderabad, the result for ILSAT 2023 will be declared on 8th June 2023.
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ILSAT Application Process FAQs
Candidates who want to successfully apply for the ILSAT 2023 exam, will have to visit the official website of IFCAI Hyderabad and will have to complete their online registration to apply for this exam.
To download the ILSAT admit card, visit the official website of IFCAI Hyderabad, and log in using your registration ID and password. Under the notification section, look for ILSAT 2023 admit card and click on it. Enter your date of birth and the admit card will appear on your screen.
Also Read: ILSAT 2023 Application Form
ILSAT 2023 Exam Pattern FAQs
The ILSAT exam will include 150 MCQs (multiple choice questions), and the duration of the exam will be 2 hours (120 minutes). The questions will cover subjects like General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Legal Reasoning and Logical Reasoning.
According to the latest notification released by the ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad, the ILSAT 2023 exam will not have any negative marking. It means, if any candidate has marked a wrong option, his or her marks will not be deducted.
In the ILSAT exam, candidates will be given 1 mark for each correct answer. There will be 125 questions, which will be MCQ-based.
Also Read: ILSAT Exam Pattern
ILSAT 2023 Eligibility FAQs
Candidates who are interested in the ILSAT 2023 exam must have secured a minimum of 50% in their 12th standard from an institution recognized by the government (English medium only).
As per the notice released by the ICFAI Hyderabad, candidates applying for the ILSAT 2023 must not be more than 20 years of age (as on 1 st August 2023).
Must Read: ILSAT 2023: Dates, Eligibility, Admit Card, Results
The ILSAT exam is conducted to enrol candidates for BA LLB, BCOM LLB and LLB programs. This exam is organised by the IFCAI Hyderabad every year. Candidates who want to pursue any of the above-mentioned courses can apply on the official website of ICFAI Hyderabad mentioned above.
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