Candidates must be Indian nationals, and must also satisfy local/unreserved status requirements for Andhra Pradesh.
Three-year LL.B./B.L. (LAWCET)
In order to appear for the test, you should have a graduate degree (10+2+3) or equivalent exam from a recognised university with aggregate marks of at least 45 percent.
For Scheduled Castes/Schedule Tribes (SC/ST) candidates, there is a five percent relaxation of marks.
Five-year LL.B./B.L. (LAWCET)
To be eligible for this course, you should have passed the two-year intermediate examination (10+2) or equivalent with a minimum of 45 percent aggregate marks.
For SC/ST candidates, there is a five percent relaxation of marks.
Eligibility for the course includes an LL.B./B.L. degree. Final year LL.B./B.L. students appearing (or who have appeared) for their exam are also eligible.
Exam pattern and syllabus
The test has a total of 120 questions and a maximum time of 90 minutes. Each question has one mark. There is no negative marking. The test is set in English and Telugu. The level of the test should be about the Intermediate level for the five-year law course, and degree level for the three-year law course. Questions are objective type, which include multiple choice and matching.
· 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
· Total: 120 questions, 120 marks
Students should be aware of basic principles in the law and constitution of India for Part C. Qualifying marks for the exam are 35 percent (42 marks out of 120). There are not qualifying marks for SC/ST candidates.
The test has 90 minutes allotted, with a total of 120 questions. Each question carries one mark. The test is conducted in English. Questions are multiple choice.
· Jurisprudence: 20 questions
· Constitutional Law: 20 questions
· Total: 40 questions, 40 marks
· Public International Law: 16 questions
· Mercantile Law: 16 questions
· Labour Law: 16 questions
· Crimes and Torts: 16 questions
· IPR and Other Laws: 16 questions
· Total: 80 questions, 80 marksQualifying marks for the entrance test are 25 percent. There are no qualifying marks for SC/ST candidates.