For admission to undergraduate and graduate law programs, ICFAI Law School Hyderabad has made the ILSAT 2023 application form accessible for candidates on its official website. Both online and offline submission methods are available for the ILSAT application form. Candidates may submit an application for ILSAT 2023 by paying a registration fee of INR 1000/-. Candidates must understand the ILSAT Exam Pattern thoroughly in order to prepare well for the exam. The institution offers courses in BBA LLB (Hons), BA LLB (Hons), and LLM. The ILSAT entrance exam will be conducted on June 4, 2023.
|Examination Name||ICFAI Law School Admission Test|
|Examination Conducting Body||ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), Hyderabad|
|Frequency of the Examination||Once a year|
|Application Fee||INR 600/-|
|Exam Duration||2 Hours|
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ILSAT Exam Pattern 2023
Candidates will be tested in five different subjects throughout the online exam: logical reasoning, legal reasoning, English, general knowledge/current affairs, and analytical reasoning. Candidates can refer to the table below to get detailed information on the exam pattern.
|Mode of exam||Computer-based Test (CBT) Mode|
|Duration of the exam||120 Minutes|
|Question Type||Multiple-choice based questions|
|Total number of questions||125 questions|
|Marking scheme||1 mark for each right answer
No negative marking
|Total Marks||125 mark|
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Sectional Weightage in Terms of Questions
As per the latest ILSAT Exam Pattern 2023, there will be 125 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) in total. Candidates can refer to the table below for more detailed information.
|Section||Number of questions|
|General knowledge/Current affairs||25|
Sectional Weightage in Terms of Marks
As per the latest notification, the ILSAT 2023 paper will be of 2 hours duration. Each question in the question paper carries 1 mark. Candidates can refer to the table below for more detailed information.
|General knowledge/ Current affairs||25|
As per the latest updates, there is no negative marking for incorrect answers. Candidates will receive 1 mark for each correct answer in the ILSAT 2023 paper. The total mark for the ILSAT exam 2023 is 125. Each section consists of 25 marks and 25 questions.
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Candidates can refer to the table below to get an idea about the important topics in each section. Candidates must pay equal attention to all the sections to score well.
|English||This part will have questions on terminology, reading comprehension, spelling, synonyms, antonyms, and other topics.|
|Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning||This part will include questions on subjects like the odd one out, sequence, blood relations, analogies, and so on.|
|Legal Reasoning||This part will include questions about legal topics in order to assess candidates’ legal aptitude.|
|General knowledge/Current affairs||This part will cover basic topics on life, the country, government, and current events.|
The Syllabus for ILSAT 2023 constitutes English, Logical and Analytical Reasoning, Mathematical Aptitude, Legal Aptitude and Reasoning, General Knowledge and Current Affairs.
The application fee for ILSAT 2023 is Rs. 600/-. Candidates can pay the application fee either offline or online.
Candidates who want to apply offline need to download the ILSAT Application Form from the official website and then take a printout of the same. Fill out the form with all the required information, and submit it along with a demand draft payable to the Admissions Office in Hyderabad. Candidates can post the form to the address mentioned below.
IFHE Admissions Office,
#65, Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta,
Hyderabad – 82
The ILSAT paper consists of MCQ-type questions. Each question carries 1 mark.
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