Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test


Overview of the Exam

Andhra Pradesh Common Law Entrance Test (APLAWCET) is a state-level entrance exam conducted by Sri Krishnadevaraya University on behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) for admissions to law courses offered at Andhra Pradesh Universities and their affiliated colleges. The exam is conducted in the Computer-Based Test mode for a duration of 90 minutes and the test language is English and Telugu for both five-year LLB and three-year LLB courses.

Mode of Exam


Exam Frequency



English, Telugu

Validity of Exam Result

1 Subsequent Academic Session

Affiliated Institutes

Exam Preperation

Age Limit

There is no prescribed upper age limit. The minimum age to apply for the exam is 21 years.

Minimum Qualification Needed

BA LLB: Passed intermediate or equivalent examination from any recognized board. LLB:Passed qualifying examination in 10+2+3 format.

Subject Requirements and minimum percentage

A minimum of 45% marks in aggregate in the qualifying exam (40% for SC/ST candidates) ? from any discipline

Other eligibility criteria


Special provisions for reserved seats

Exam Pattern


AP LAWCET 3 year: 750 AP LAWCET 5 year: 750

Format Objective

Objective- MCQ

Domains tested (syllabus)

    MARKSWISE: Mental Ability and General Knowledge : 30 Marks. Current Affairs: 30 Marks. Study of Law:60 Marks

Weightage given to each domain

Subjects & Marks


    Part A: General Knowledge and Mental Ability 30 Questions Part B: Current Affairs 30 Questions Part C: Aptitude for the study of Law 60 Questions

Important Dates

Announcement of the exam

Application Timeline

March 10, 2020-September 5, 2020 (Extended) late application fee of 2000Rs

Provision of Admit Cards

To be announced

Date of Exam

August 06, 2020 (Postponed)

Adminssion Date

To be announced

To be announced