The PU UG Law Exam Analysis helps you in understanding all aspects of the PU UG Law entrance exam. Panjab University every year conducts the undergraduate Law entrance exam for various law courses. Candidates interested in pursuing a career in the legal field can apply for this law entrance exam. This entrance exam will include questions from General Knowledge/ Current Affairs, Verbal Ability, Reasoning and Legal Aptitude. To successfully crack this exam, candidates must analyse this exam to avoid any issues regarding their preparation.
Read this article to know more about the PU UG Law Exam Analysis.
|Exam Name||PU UG Law|
|Full Form||Panjab University Undergraduate Law|
|Conducting Body||Panjab University|
|Exam Mode||Online – Computer Base TestOffline – Pen and Paper Based|
|Courses Offered||BA LLB (Hons)
|Application Fee||INR 2175|
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PU UG Law Exam Analysis
The exam analysis for the Panjab University Undergraduate Law exam is done to understand the most common errors done by candidates previously and to identify external factors of the exam. Exam analyses are done to improve candidates’ reflections on the questions in the exam so that their performance increases. Take a look at the table given below to understand the PU UG Law exam pattern.
|Name of the Subject||Number of Questions||Marks|
|General Knowledge & Current Affairs||60||60|
The marking scheme for the PU UG Law exam will be as follows.
- For each correct response, the candidate will be awarded 1 mark.
- The exam will include negative markings. For each wrong answer marked by the candidate, a 0.25 mark will be deducted from the candidate’s final score.
- No marks will be deducted from questions which candidates have not attended.
Previous Year Trend
The previous year’s trend helps in getting an idea about the similar criteria which might be followed in the exam.
- The previous year’s question paper for the PU UG Law entrance exam consisted of 100 MCQs, where the difficulty level was moderate for all sections.
- Candidates who had given invested their time in preparation cracked this exam easily. The final merit list for BA LLB (Hons) was prepared by calculating candidates’ 50% marks in the entrance exam and the other 50% from their 10+2 score.
Last year the PU UG Law exam consisted of a total of 100 MCQs divided into four sections. Below is a section-wise division of the PU UG Law previous year’s paper.
|Topic Name||Number of Questions|
|Sports and Entertainment||12|
Difficulty Level of the Previous Year’s Paper
To understand the difficulty level of the previous year’s paper, we have created a table which highlights the difficulty level of all the topics of the PU UG Law exam.
|Topic Name||Difficulty Level|
|Indian Polity||Easy to Moderate|
|Sports and Entertainment||Easy|
|Chemistry||Easy to Moderate|
|Physics||Easy to Moderate|
Benefits of Exam Analysis
The are numerous benefits of analysing exams. Some of the benefits of exam analysis are mentioned below.
- While analysing the PU UG Law exam, you can easily frame a pattern in your mind about the exam paper.
- With an image already created in your mind, you can prepare accordingly to understand all sections in a better way.
- The exam analysis will give you an idea about the marks distribution and their difficulty level in the exam.
- The pattern of questions keeps changing alternately or after every 2 years. With this, you can get an idea of which parts you can easily score more marks.
- The section with the maximum number of questions and marks is the General Knowledge and Current Affairs section, which includes questions from different fields.
- It will be easier to cover this section when you have already analysed the paper and you have understood questions from which field are covered the most in the exam.
The PU UG Law exam is conducted to offer integrated law courses in BA LLB (Hons) and B.Com LLB at Panjab University.
Candidates filling out the application form for the PU UG Law exam will have to pay INR 2175 online through a credit card/ debit card/ net banking.
To become eligible for the PU UG Law exam, candidates must have completed their 10+2 with at least 45% marks from any institution recognized by the government.
Panjab University every year conducts the entrance exam for various courses, including the Law entrance exam for undergraduate courses. Candidates who are interested in pursuing an integrated law course from Panjab University can and possess all the required eligibility criteria, can apply for this exam.
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