The exam conducting authority BCI conducts this exam in the below-mentioned process.
Step 1: AIBE Exam Only Apply
Applicants must first submit an online application for the AIBE Exam XVII (17), on the official BCI website. The three stages of the AIBE application process include registration, filling out the application form, and paying the application cost. The cost of the AIBE 2023 application is INR 2,560 for SC, ST, SC-PWD, and ST-PWD categories and INR 3,560 for General, OBC, Gen-PWD, and OBC-PwD categories. There are two ways to pay the fee: online (using Net Banking, a debit card, or a credit card) and offline (using bank challan).
Step 2: Download AIBE Exam XVII (17) Admit Card
The candidates can download their admit cards cum hall tickets from the BCI official website. You must keep your login details aside at the time of downloading the AIBE admit card. It will contain all the important details including the exam date, centre, time and more.
Step 3: Appear for AIBE 2023
Applicants must appear for the test at the designated testing location. In the past, AIBE Exam was an open-book test, allowing applicants to bring their books, notes, and other study materials into the exam room. However, the AIBE is no longer an open-book test as of 2021. Only Bare Performances without short notes are permitted for candidates.
Step 4: Check Answer Key
The BCI will release the AIBE Exam answer key after the exam. The candidates can download the answer key from the official website by using their login credentials. You can predict their marks with the help of AIBE Exam 17 (XVII) 2023.
Step 5: Check AIBE Exam Result
BCI publishes the AIBE results on its own website once the final solution key is available. With their roll number and birthdate, candidates can access the official website to view their AIBE Exam (17) 2023 results.
Step 6: Get Certificate of Practice
The applicants who pass the bar test are given a Certificate of Practice. The qualifying applicants are promptly informed by BCI when COP becomes available, and they can then receive it through their state bar councils.