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Law Admissions 2018-19 | Law Entrance Exams

List of Law Admissions Test 2018-19 | Law Entrance Exams

If you are seeking to make your career in law, so it is necessary to know about the entrance exams through which, you can take admission in the best fit law program offered by Indian universities or colleges. Here we are providing a list of law admission test in India (Law Entrance Exams 2018-19). The entrance examination is conducted on national level as well as university and institution level to law programs to eligible candidates.

Law Admissions 2018-19 (List of Entrance Examination)

CLAT (Common Law Admission Test)
AMU LEE (Aligarh Muslim University Law Entrance Exam)
KLSAT (KIIT Law School Admission Test)
APLCET (Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test)
LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
AILET (All India Law Entrance Test)
ILSAT (ICFAI Law School Admission Test)
RULET (Rajasthan University LLB Entrance Test)
KLSAT (KIIT Law School Admission Test)
ILICAT (Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test)
GNDU CET (Guru Nanak Dev University Common Entrance Test)
KLEE (Kerala Law Entrance Exam)

List of law admissions test in India- Those candidates want to appear in any one of the given examination for the academic year 2018-19 and to know the full details about application process, eligibility criteria, they are requested to access the official website of respective examination.

LLB Admissions 2018-19, LLM Admissions 2018-19,


    • rajashekar

      my name rajashekar. Ur also same like me. My graduation cmpltd. I’m also prprng to 3 yrs LLB. i want u to knw sm infrmtn frm u, i will tell u if i have more than u

    • Shiv

      I think CLAT is for those who wish to get admission for 5 years LLB course after 10+2, after graduation, one is eligible for 3 years LLB course in various universities.

  1. wasim akram

    Hi! Im wasim,i wana became a lawayer but i passed 12 exams with 60% not my completed gradution,can u advise me about it what i will do.
    is better for me CLATLAW?

  2. Anjou

    I will be finishing BA Hons in May 2016. I would like to study Law in Delhi after this. Do I need to sit for an entrance exam or can I get direct admission? My grade average so far is about 60%.
    What are my options? Please advise. Thank you.

  3. pratik jain

    Hello All,

    Yes those who have completed their graduation need to give CET for pursuing 3 years LLB, and those who are 10+2 and pursue their career in LAW they need to give CLAT.

    Their is no age limit and we need minimum 50% for pursuing law from good colleges.

    All the best guys

  4. Pooja

    Hi every one..I have completed my graduation in 2011. And post graduation in 2015. I’m looking forward to pursue 3 year llb. What i wanted to know is am i eligible to pursue 3 year llb? What r the criterion which I have to meet? And from which college/university I can get the admission? And is admission possible this year in 2016 or not? Thank you. Kindly reply..

  5. Varsha

    I want to do low can I do low study actually I’m under graduate BT I want to do thisbut fee not high can I search that coaching and what I’ll to do for tis his l study

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