Kerala Law Entrance Exam Pattern
Kerala Law Entrance Exam is taken by a large number of candidates every year to get admission for the legal education. The test is conducted by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE) and it is held on the date and time as declared by CEE. The exam is of objective type which consists of 200 multiple choice questions. The time limit for the test is of 3 hours. In the examination hall, the candidates are allowed to use either ball pen or HB pencils to answer the question. The OMR answer sheet will be provided to the candidates.
The entrance for L.L.B. is of objective type and it comprises of questions in English, General Knowledge and Aptitude for Law Studies. The test is of 200 marks and there are 200 questions. Each question bears one mark. The marks are to be divided in the following way.
- General Knowledge/Current Affairs: 50 marks
- English with comprehension: 40 marks
- Logical Reasoning: 45 marks
- Legal Aptitude: 45 marks
- Elementary Mathematics: 20 marks
On the other hand, L.L.M. entrance paper consists of questions in Constitutional Law, Law of Contracts, Administrative Law, Company Law, Law of Torts, Jurisprudence, Law of Crimes, Public International Law, Law of Property, Interpretation of Statues, etc. The number of questions and marks to be divided as follows.
- Objective Type: 50 questions (each question bears one mark)
- Short Answers: 10 questions (each question bears five marks)
- Essay: 2 questions (each question bears 50 marks)
The candidates will get positive mark for each correct answer in L.L.M. exam. On the other hand, there is negative marking for incorrect answer. If the candidates write more than one answer that is indicated against a question, will be considered as incorrect response and marked negatively.
However, there is no negative marking and deduction from the score if the candidates fail to answer a question and left it blank. The merit rank list will be prepared and published by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE). The selection of candidates is completely based on their performance in the test.
Seats will be allotted on the basis of options selected by the candidates, eligible reservation and rank. It also depends on adequate availability of seats. The candidates are required to report to the allotted college. No additional of time for reporting shall be entertained in any circumstances.