ULSAT 2020 Exam Pattern will be released by the UPES Dehradun. The UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test 2020 will be conducted from 08 May 2020 to 15 May 2020. The exam will be conducted to enrol the candidates in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Law Programs such as Bachelors of Law (LLB) and Masters of Law (LLM) at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies. Candidates can go through the article to have all the information regarding the ULSAT Exam Pattern 2020.
ULSAT 2020 Exam Pattern
Candidates can choose the course either LLB or LLM depending on the ULSAT eligibility criteria
and according to the course in which they want to get enrolled. The candidates need to check the UPES Law entrance test pattern 2020 before they start preparing for the exam. Candidate can refer to the following table to know more about s
ubject combinations for each exam, type of questions in paper and mode of exam is given below:
ULSAT 2020 Paper Pattern
|Course||Subjects||Number Of Questions||Types of Questions||Mode of Examination|
Bachelors of Law (LLB)
Masters of Law (LLM)
|30||150 Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with equal weightage to all the sections||“Computer Based Test (CBT)” |
Quantitative & Numerical Ability
Legal General Knowledge
- Medium of Question Paper shall be in the English language.
- Exam Duration will be of 180 minutes (3 hours)
- Marking Scheme will be - (+1) for every correct answer. There will be NO Negative Marking.
ULSAT 2020 Exam Pattern
Candidates of ULSAT 2020 need to know a basic highlights of ULSAT 2020 Exam Pattern as given below.
ULSAT 2020 Question Paper Pattern
Mode of examination
Type of questions
Number of questions
Number of Sections
1 mark each for correct answers
Things to check in ULSAT Exam Pattern 2020
Candidates need to check the details related to ULSAT 2020 mentioned below as the university announces the same -
Mode of Examination – ULSAT 2020 will be conducted in computer-based mode i.e. online mode.
Language – UPES Dehradun will conduct its law entrance exam in English language for all the interested law aspirants.
Exam Duration – 180 Minutes
Type of questions – There will be given Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ's) wherein there will be four options out of which candidates will have to choose one correct option.
Number of questions – Total 150 questions to attempt for the law entrance test.
Marking scheme – There will be no negative marking and each question will be of one mark.
Number of Sections – ULSAT 2020 paper will be divided into the following five sections: