All India Law Entrance Test


Overview of the Exam

The organising authority for AILET is National Law University, Delhi (NLU-D). Unlike other National Law Universities, NLU-D is the only educational body that has not yet accepted the procedure of selecting candidates through CLAT (Common Law Admission Test). Established in 2008 under the Delhi Act No. 1 of 2008, the University of Law has been accredited ‘A’ Grade with a score of 3.59 on a four-point scale by NAAC. The NLU-D administered law entrance exam allows more than thousand candidates to make a career in the field of law.

Mode of Exam


Exam Frequency




Validity of Exam Result

AILET scores are valid only uptill the admission process is going on for the particular course candidates opt for.

Affiliated Institutes

Participating colleges 8

Exam Preperation

Age Limit

There is no upper age limit to appear for AILET 2020.

Minimum Qualification Needed

UG :The candidate should have completed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized institute. PG:The candidate should have completed the LL.B degree (5-year integrated LLB or 3-year LLB) from an Institute recognised by the Bar Council of India.

Subject Requirements and minimum percentage

UG: 50% in the qualifying examination. PG: General/ OBC category 55 %. SC/ ST/ PWD category- 50%.

Other eligibility criteria


Special provisions for reserved seats

Exam Pattern


General/ OBC/ Kashmiri migrants: 3050 SC/ ST/ PWD: 1050 BPL candidates belonging to SC and ST category: Free

Format Objective

Objective- MCQ

Domains tested (syllabus)

Weightage given to each domain

Subjects & Marks


    UG: General Knowledge: 35 Questions Mathematics: 10 Questions Legal Aptitude:35 Questions Reasoning: 35 Questions English: 35 Questions

Important Dates

Announcement of the exam

November 20, 2019

Application Timeline

15 Jan, 2020 - 07 Jul, 2020

Provision of Admit Cards

27 Jul, 2020

Date of Exam

18 Aug, 2020

Adminssion Date

November 14, 2020