AILET 2021 Exam Day Guidelines - National Law University (NLU), Delhi will conduct AILET 2021 entrance exam on June 20. AILET 2021 will be conducted in pen-and-paper mode at various test centres across the country. Given that the COVID pandemic has still not gone away, we bring you all that you need to know for an event-free AILET exam day. AIBE exam day guidelines described here will cover both general exam day guidelines and COVID specific guidelines. While most of the general guidelines of AILET exam day will be similar to any other law entrance exam, the COVID specific guidelines are being issued for the safety of the candidates amid COVID-19 pandemic. AILET happens to be the gateway to NLU Delhi, hence it is very important for the candidates to do their best on the exam day. On preparation front, one may deal with books and notes, but for the successful execution, candidates should brace themselves with all necessary AILET exam day guidelines. In this article, candidates will get to know the AILET exam day guidelines concluding the medical and safety guideline, read below to know more.LATEST: AILET 2021 to be conducted on June 20.
Issue of AILET admit card 2021
June 5, 2021
AILET 2021 exam date
June 20, 2021
10:00 am -11:30 am
Candidates should report at the test centre at least one hour before the commencement of the examination.
It is mandatory for all candidates to carry the hardcopy of colour printed admit card of AILET 2021 and a valid ID proof at the exam centre. No candidates will be permitted to appear in the examination without admit card and verification.
Candidates may bring a pen (blue/ball), transparent water bottle at the AILET 2021 exam centre.
Candidates must not bring any electronic device such as mobile phone, calculator, watch etc at the exam centre. Candidates who bring their mobile phones will be asked to leave the phone outside the exam hall and the staff at the test centre will not be responsible for the safety of such items.
No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall after the prescribed time; the exam starts at 10 am.
Exam day can be daunting, so one needs to prepare themselves to face any situation. AILET 2021 guidelines will therefore tell you what to do a week or two leading to the exam, along with exam-day etiquette. The last few weeks are crucial because this phase will decide where your preparation goes; if you manage to keep up the momentum, you can kiss success. But if you lose track in this crucial phase, all your hard work until now might get undone.
In the last week, spend a good chunk of your time on revising all the topics that you have prepared. Revision will ensure that your retain what you have read for longer. AILET preparation is incomplete without proper revision. Try to revise the short notes multiple times and give additional time to more important topics that frequently appear in AILET.
Mock tests are a simulation of the actual exam, and as such give the candidate a real-like experience of the exam environment. Solving AILET mock tests and sample papers hold a lot of importance. On one hand, it lets you know your weakness and gives a qualitative review, at the same time, it also makes you accustomed to the test pattern, level and makes you learn time management and several other things.
Candidates should not wait for the last moment to download the admit card of AILET 2021 to avoid the last-minute rush. Also, downloading the admit card will ensure that you dodge any unforeseen events like suspended internet connection, heavy load on admit card portal.
Visit the exam centre - The exam centre will be allotted across the country, so candidates may need to visit the new city. In such cases, candidates are advised to visit the centre at least a day before the exam to know the location, transportation facilities and other things.