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How to crack the law entrance exam?

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Opting for a suitable career option is one of the difficult tasks for students after passing the senior secondary examination. Due to the obsolete thinking or Indian methodology, most of the individuals ought to think that science and commerce fields are the best of all studies. Indeed, nowadays law is becoming one of the most influential fields among all. Sometimes, people suppose that for choosing law as a profession, it is mandatory to have a family background in the field of law study. Though, it is not a necessity that whether one’s family profession is law practice or any other. The concerns that matter the most here is the interest of the aspirants in legal studies.

Why choose the law as a career path?

Law is becoming one of the most popular choices as career path these days. By opting for the law, students can select any sector and can go for specialization from civil laws, corporate management laws, criminal laws, company laws, legal services and administrative services. A degree in law can open various career options for the candidate like he can practice in the court as a lawyer, he can further prepare for judiciary exams and can to be a magistrate in the court, also he can be a legal advisor in any business company.

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Admission criterion:

Students who are really willing to choose the law as a career path can pursue in this field in two ways. Either they can go for three years L.L.B. course after their graduation in any discipline or they can proceed with five-year undergraduate course i.e. BA.LLB. or after 12th examination. Nowadays, the 5-year integrated program is considered as a better option among two. This course is available in most of the universities in India as well as in foreign universities. Mostly all the universities conduct entrance exams for the admissions in these courses. Aspirants can start preparing for these entrance exams which are conducted on national as well as state levels. Usually, these tests for admission in reputed universities check the students command over English language, mathematical reasoning, awareness and legal aptitude, logical skills, etc. It needs a lot of dedication and hard work to grab a seat in these national law schools, so aspirants who are in their senior secondary school, must start preparing for these if they are really willing to crack it. Greater communications skills and tactics to articulate ideas are the primary requirements to be a legal profession.

Top universities for law in India:

Following are some law colleges which provide integrated as well as simple law courses,

  1. National Law School of India University, Bangalore
  2. The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

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III. National Law University, Bhopal

  1. National Law University, Jodhpur
  2. NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
  3. Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

VII. Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur

VIII. National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

  1. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow
  2. Rajiv Gandhi National University, Patiala
  3. Chanakya National Law University, Patna

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XII. National Law University, Delhi

Tips to crack law entrance exams:

As there are various entrance exams to get admission in well-reputed law schools like   CLAT, LSAT, SET, IPU-CET and NLU Delhi (AILET), and much more. To crack these exams one should be a dedicated person with a lot of patience in him. These exams as aforementioned above have partially different patterns. But most of these cover subjects like general English including comprehension, mathematical reasoning, legal aptitude and general knowledge or current affairs. One needs to master these subjects in order to grab a seat in suitable law college.

For examples, to acquire a complete knowledge of English he should read the newspaper like THE HINDU which can help him in improving his vocabulary also it would enhance the read speed and can easily attempt comprehension question quickly. Moving to mathematical reasoning, the student must be good at solving elementary mathematical problems. To revamp in mathematical reasoning, aspirants can practice questions from various books like R.S. Agarwal and much more. Likely, candidates can study different other books to read general knowledge questions from history, geography, about Constitution of India, etc. Lastly, legal aptitude requires a deep mental ability and analyzing capability to answer the question and it can only be developed by reading more and practicing everything thoroughly.

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In a nutshell, students who are really willing to pursue law as their career option can start preparing for this test from an early stage so that they can study more and can easily crack this entrance exam. As this requires a lot of hard work and dedication to crack it, so study hard and fulfill your dreams.

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