LAT - Exam Pattern
Law Admission Test
Form Date: 01 Jul - 31 Aug 2021 (Tentative)
Pen & Paper Mode
Updated On - June 22 2021 by Swagota Nandi
The Law Admission Test is conducted in offline mode. The university prescribes the exam pattern of LAT through the annual admission brochure. As per the LAT 2021 exam pattern, there will be a total of 150 objective type questions with multiple choice answers. Candidates will be given 120 minutes to answer the questions. The complete exam pattern is given below in a table.
In the offline mode, the candidates will be given a question booklet and an OMR sheet to record their answers.
As per the exam pattern of LAT 2021, candidates will be asked objective type questions. Each question will have 4 answer options and candidates will be required to select only one answer.
LAT will be a 2 hour long exam, but the candidates will have to report as per the timings mentioned on the admit card.
Questions will be asked from given subjects only. Each subject will carry fixed weightage in terms of marks and number of questions.
Mental ability and legal aptitude
Language comprehension (Hindi and English)
General awareness and current affairs
The university has prescribed the syllabus of LAT 2021 from which questions will be asked in the test. Candidates should refer to the LAT syllabus for keeping their preparation upto mark. LAT syllabus comprises 3 parts; Language, general awareness and current affairs, reasoning and legal aptitude. The details are given below.
PART- I: Language Comprehension
Passages for comprehension, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, words commonly confused, one-word substitution, spellings, idioms, phrases, syntax, vocabulary, grammar, knowledge of proverbs, figures of speech, legal terms and precis writing
PART-II: General Awareness & Current Affairs
General awareness relating to Indian and World History, Geography, Environment, Indian Culture, Indian National Movement, Science and Technology, Contemporary national, regional, international political and economic perspectives.
PART-III: Reasoning, Mental Ability and Legal Aptitude
Mental ability and logical, mathematical analysis, deductive reasoning, odd-even discretion, classification, logical fallacy, analogy, syllogism,
Constitution and legal system; constitutional and legal principles and practice
The university has prescribed the cut off for admissions to LLB programmes. Candidates who score less than the qualifying cut off will be disqualified outrightly from the admission process. The category-wise cut off details are given below.
90 marks out of a total of 300 marks
81 marks out of a total of 300 marks
SC/ ST category
No such criteria
No such criteria
01 Jul 2021
31 Aug 2021
28 Sep 2021