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SET Law Exam Pattern

All inclusive article on the SET Law Exam Pattern
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SET-Law is conducted once every year by Symbiosis International University (SIU). SET-Law will be held on the 7th May, 2016. SET-Law is the gateway for admission into undergraduate law programs at three Symbiosis Law School Campuses at Pune, Noida and Hyderabad. The SET-Law exam will be held at 19 centers across the country.

We will give you an overview of the pattern of the undergraduate law exam, under which we will be discussing number of questions asked, maximum marks, duration of the exam and the marks distribution.

To maximize your scores in SET-Law, it is essential to develop a concrete strategy and understand the paper pattern well. The following overview of SET-Law 2016 would give you a clear picture of the CLAT 2016 paper pattern and help in your preparation:

Number of Sections 5
Sections Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, General Knowledge
Total no. of questions 150
Total time 2hr. 30 mins (150 mins)
Total marks 150
Marks per question 1
Negative Marking NO NEGATIVE MARKING
Mode of Examination Offline/Paper-Pen based
Overview of the exam:
SUBJECTS No. OF QUESTIONS MARKS ALLOTED
Logical Reasoning 30 30
Legal Reasoning 30 30
Analytical Reasoning 30 30
Reading Comprehension 30 30
General Knowledge 30 30

SET-Law has a unique question paper pattern as it tests an aspirant's knowledge of the subject of Analytical Reasoning rather than Mathematics. On the other hand, other prominent law entrances likes CLAT, AILET have a section dedicated to the subject of mathematics. SET-Law also has a completely different section on Reading Comprehension. All the sections have an equal weightage of 30 marks.

SET-Law as an entrance examination easily qualifies as moderate to difficult on the scale of difficulty. As an aspirant you must work on honing your reasoning skills as there are two separate sections testing an aspirant on logical and analytical reasoning.

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