How to Prepare for AILET 2022 in 4 months - Best Preparation Strategy for AILET 2022

By Prakhyati Chauhan|Updated : January 27th, 2022

How to Prepare for AILET 2022 in 4 months - Apart from NLU, Delhi, the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) is run independently of CLAT, which is a single entrance exam for all other National Law Universities.

When it comes to NLU Delhi, it offers a slew of advantages. First, because it is located in the country's capital, it is well-equipped, draws world-class teachers, and gives opportunities and exposure to its students.

Read the entire post to learn how to prepare for the AILET 2022 exam in 4 months.

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AILET 2022 Important Details

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EventsImportant Dates
Online application form17th of January, 2022
Application Form closes07th of April, 2022
Exam Date01st of May, 2022

AILET (UG) Exam Pattern 2022(New)

The duration of the AILET Exam will be 1 hour 30 minutes. Note that there be a negative marking of .25 marks and +1 will be awarded for every correct answer. Check the AILET Exam Pattern below.

Mode of the ALIET examComputer Based Test (Online)
Number of Sections3
Number of Questions150
Total Marks150
Negative Marking

-0.25 marks  deducted for each wrong answer

Number of Choices4
Duration of the exam90 minutes
Test typeMCQs

English Language 

AILET Exam Pattern 2022

AILET has 150 questions divided into five sections and a duration of 90 minutes is given to students aspiring to get into its B.A.LL.B (Hons.) program to complete the test. 



No. of Qs.

Max Marks


Section A

English Language




    90 minutes




Section B

Current Affairs & General Knowledge



Section C

Logical Reasoning



AILET 2022 Marking Scheme
  • +1 mark is assigned to each correct answer.
  • -0.25 is applicable for each wrong answer.

After thoroughly studying the material, a proper timetable should be prepared and adhered to in order to pass the exam on the first attempt. Try to study for at least 6 hours per day to ensure that you have enough time to cover all of your courses and that you finish the AILET syllabus on time so that you have plenty of time to revise before the exam.

Tips for Subject-wise Preparation

1. English

To ace this section, you'll need to be fluent in English in order to comprehend your curriculum. Make certain you have a strong knowledge of the English language. Make it a habit to read since the more you read, the better your language will get. On the final days of your preparation, try to avoid trying something new. Correctly revise grammar rules and notions.


2. Logical Reasoning

Another crucial section is this one. This part will put your deductive skills to the test. Solving as many mocks as possible will help. The key to acing this section practises. Solve prior year's question papers if possible. This portion will assess the candidates' interest in the issue as well as their ability to conduct research. You ensure that you read as many law books as possible, as well as legal phrases and maxims.

3. General Knowledge and Current Events

This portion necessitates a very focused mindset. Either you know or you don't know the answer. The content of this section will be based on current events throughout the world. Keep yourself informed on current events in the United States and throughout the world. Newspapers, journals, magazines, and the internet may all be used as research materials.

Plan for the First Month

  • Examine the curriculum for each subject in detail.
  • Prepare a well-thought-out subject-by-subject approach to pass the exam on the first try.
  • Begin gathering or making notes on each topic and synchronizing them with the units. It will be easier to grasp if you take notes in your own language.
  • To retain the authenticity of the study materials, simply refer to 2 to 3 finest books by the recognized author for all disciplines.
  • Begin collecting previous year's questions; these will be useful during revision and will provide you with a better understanding of the kind of questions asked in the AILET.

Download AILET Syllabus 2022 PDF 

Second and Third Month's Plan

  • The second and third month is critical for AILET exam applicants since it requires a lot of devotion because the curriculum must be completed and ready for revision.
  • Now is the time to work on your uncertainties and confusion.
  • Sort the basics of the syllabus that needs to be completed.
  • Make a mnemonic to help you remember facts and statistics. 
  • After you've finished each lesson, go through the questions again using mock tests or daily quizzes relating to the problem.

Check: Best Books for AILET 2022

Strategy for the Fourth Month

  • The last month is for revision, which means no new topics and a thorough review of all you've already learned.
  • Make an effort to prioritize the subject that you find hardest to comprehend. Allow for more time.
  • Regularly taking practice examinations will keep you alert and prepared for the main exam.
  • Within the time limit, practise the previous year's question paper in an examination hall situation.
  • At the final minute, go over the topics that you are having trouble understanding (there is no need to go through the entire syllabus again), review your performance on the mock tests, and try to revise the problematic areas.

Practice Daily Quizzes Here

We hope that a 4-month Strategy would help you pass AILET on the first try. Best wishes!

Read More: AILET Preparation Tips 2022: Expert Subject Wise Preparation Strategy


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  • AILET has 150 questions divided into five sections and the duration of the exam is 90 minutes.

  • +1 mark is assigned to each correct answer.

    -0.25 is applicable for each wrong answer.

  • This section will put your deductive skills to the test. Solving as many mocks as possible will help. The key to acing this section is practise. Solve prior year's question papers if possible.

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