Difference Between CLAT and AILET 2023

In the article, applicants will get to know the difference between the CLAT and AILET exams. Both exams are the most sought-after law entrance exams in the country. There are a few factors that make them different from each other. At the same time, both tests are for candidates interested in pursuing Law. Get down to the article to know a few factors that cause them to vary from each other.

Difference Between CLAT and AILET 2023

  • Applicants have a dilemma of choosing between the CLAT and AILET exams of the law.
  • Both law exams vary in terms of level, exam pattern, and authority.
  • In India, there are various National and State Level Law exams for admission of the student in an undergraduate and post-graduate programs.

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Eligibility Criteria For CLAT & AILET 

Here are the points mentioned for the Eligibility Criteria of both exams separately. Applicants can take the reference from here who have confused in choosing the law entrance exam. Check the best books for CLAT 2022.

CLAT Eligibility Criteria 2022

Qualification- 12th (or equivalent) exam from a recognized University/ Institute/ College. The students who appear in the class (10+2) 12th exam can also apply for the CLAT 2022.

Age Limit- No upper limit to applying for the CLAT Exam.

AILET Eligibility Criteria 2022

Qualification- 10+2 (or equivalent) with 50% of marks or more than in aggregate is eligible to apply for AILET 2022. The students who appear in the class (10+2) 12th exam can also apply for the AILET 2022.

Age Limit- No upper limit to applying for the AILET Exam.

Difference Between CLAT and AILET 2023

Have a look at the table to know the difference in the exam pattern for CLAT and AILET both exams-

Exam Name CLAT AILET
LLB Program Total Questions: 150 MCQs

Total Sections: 5 sections (English Language, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics, Legal Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning).

Exam Duration: 2 hours

Marking Scheme: +1 mark for each correct answer and 0.25 marks deducted for each incorrect answer.

Mode of Exam: Online

Total Questions: 150 MCQs

Total Sections: 5 sections (English Language, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics, Legal Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning).

Exam Duration: 90 minutes

Marking Scheme: +1 mark for each correct answer and 0.25 marks deducted for each incorrect answer

Mode of Exam: Offline (OMR sheet will be given to fill).

LLM Program Total Marks: 150 marks

Total Questions: 100 MCQs of 1 mark each; 2 Essay questions of 25 marks each

Total Sections: 3 sections Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, and other topics (Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR, etc.).

Exam Duration: 2 hours

Marking Scheme: +1 mark for each correct answer and 0.25 marks deducted for each incorrect answer.

Mode of Exam: Online

Total Questions: 100 MCQs and 1 Essay Writing question

Exam Duration: 90 minutes

Mode of Exam: Offline

Difference Between CLAT and AILET 2023 [Marking Scheme]

We have segregated the exams into the following tables based on the Marking Scheme and the Number of Questions asked in the exam-

CLAT Marking Scheme 2023

Check the subject-wise marking scheme for the CLAT Examination with the number of questions asked in the exam-

Subjects Number of Questions Marks
Current Affairs (General Knowledge) 35-39 35-39
Logical Reasoning 28-32 28-32
Legal Reasoning 35-39 35-39
English Language 28-32 28-32
Quantitative Techniques 13-17 13-17
Total 150 150

AILET Marking Scheme 2023

Here are the marking scheme and the number of questions asked in the AILET Exam of Law in the following table-

Subjects Number of Questions Marks
Basic Mathematics 10 10
General Knowledge 35 35
English Language 35 35
Logical Reasoning 35 35
Legal Aptitude 35 35
Total 150 150

List of Top Colleges Accepting CLAT Score 2023

Here in the following table, candidates can see the list of the top colleges accepting CLAT scores-

Name of the Institute Location
Amity University Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Shobhit University Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
ISBR Law College Bangalore, Karnataka
Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Indore Institute of Law Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Lloyd Law College Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Alliance School of Law, Alliance University Bangalore, Karnataka
Xavier Law School, Xavier University Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies New Delhi, Delhi
ICFAI Law School, ICFAI University Dehradun, Uttarakhand

 

 List of Top Colleges Accepting AILET Scores 2023

Get down to know the list of the colleges accepting AILET Scores for the admission of the students who want to pursue Law as a career-

Name of the Institute Location
Faculty of Law, SRM University Sonepat, Haryana
International School of Management Excellence (ISME) Law College Bangalore, Karnataka
Xavier Law School, Xavier University Bhubaneswar, Odisha
School of Law, The Northcap University Gurugram, Haryana
Ansal University Gurugram, Haryana

Level of Competition Between CLAT and AILET

It is the other factor about the exams while deciding to give the entrance for the Law. From the following points, candidates will get clarification in choosing the exam-

CLAT

  • Around 50000 aspirants seem for nearly 2500 seats in all the National Universities (NLUs) under CLAT.
  • This means that the attainment measure in CLAT spins nearby 6%.

AILET

  • Around 80 seats for undergraduate and postgraduate programs and more than 18000 aspirants during the AILET test.
  • This means the attainment measure in AILET spins nearby 0.006%.

Applicants can see a clear difference in both exams. The level of competition is more in AILET compared to the CLAT exam. Candidates will get seats in CLAT more easily than in AILET.

Difference Between CLAT and AILET FAQs

Q)- Which NLU conducts AILET?

A)- AILET Exam 2020 was conducted by the National Law University, Delhi. For the year 2022, the conducting body will be released with the AILET Official Notification 2022.

Q)- What is the exam mode for CLAT and AILET?

A)- The exam mode of CLAT is Online, whereas the AILET is Offline (OMR Sheet will be given to the candidates to fill the circles by pen or pencil).

Q)- How many seats will be allotted in AILET 2022?

A)- AILET Seats for the year 2022 will be announced soon with the official notification. Based on the AILET official notification 2020, 123 seats were allotted for the aspirants of AILET.

Q)- Is there negative marking in AILET and CLAT Exam?

A)- Yes, negative marking is there in AILET and CLAT exams. ¼ (0.25)marks from the answers marked by the applicants will be deducted as a penalty for each incorrect answer marked by the applicants.

Q)- Is it compulsory to clear AILET or CLAT for NLU Admission?

A)- Yes, aspirants must take the AILET or CLAT Exam to get admission to any National Law University of the country.

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