Difference between CLAT and AILET

Both law entrance examinations namely CLAT and AILET have nearly the same test syllabus and Pattern for Undergraduate law courses of study. The test syllabus of both the examinations (CLAT and AILET) is that the questions in both the examinations are from subjects – English, Elementary Mathematics, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, and Legal Aptitude.

Law UG Courses
Subject No. of Questions in CLAT No. of Questions in AILET

The major deviation between these two law entrance examinations are- in CLAT the aspirants have to attempt 200 multiple choice questions in two hours time period while in AILET the aspirants have to attempt only 150 questions in one and a half hour time period.

General Knowledge 50 35
Elementary Mathematics 20 10
Legal Aptitude 50 35
Logical Reasoning 40 35
English with Comprehension 40 35
Total Questions 200 150
Time Duration 2 Hours 1:50 Hours

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