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Christ University Law Entrance Test

Christ University Law Entrance Test is an all India entrance exam directed by the School of Law, Christ University for admission to BA. LLB (Honours) and BBA LLB (Honours) courses of study. This paper-pen based entrance test aims to check the vocabulary, general knowledge, quantiative aptitude and reasoning of aspirants preparing for law admission in Christ University. Conducted well before the start of the academic year, i.e. in the last week of April, this exam is important for candidates who wish to be considered for Christ University Law Admission.

Christ University Law Eligibility

As per the eligibility criteria of Christ University Law, you need to have passed 12th standard/Intermediate examination from 10+2 education system or equivalent examination board securing at least 45% marks in aggregate of the subjects.

In addition to the education qualifying required for Christ University Law Entrance Exam, you also need to have attained a maximum age limit of 20 years as on July 1 of the year of admission.

Analysis of Entrance Exam

Paper Pattern of Christ University Law

o    Exam Mode - Christ University conducted the law entrance exam for the admission year in an offline mode or paper-pencil mode.

o    Exam Duration - Christ University Law Entrance Exam (CULEE) was held for a maximum of 2 hours.

o    Exam Venues - The entrance exam for Christ University Law was conducted in various centres of three cities in India. The three cities where the law entrance exam was held are - Bengaluru, Delhi and Kolkata.

o    Number of Questions - Christ University Law Exam had as many as 120 questions.

Total Marks – The 120 questions of Christ University Law offline paper carried maximum marks of 120.

o    Marking Scheme - Each correct answer would be awarded one mark and 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer would be deducted from the total marks scored. While there were four options against each question, you needed to choose one option as the correct answer. In any case, if you responded any question with more than one option, the same would be considered wrong and negative marking would be applicable to the very question, even though one of the other marked options happened to be correct.

Distribution of subject and Questions

o    English Language, Comprehension Skills, Verbal Reasoning (No. of Questions 30 & Marks 30)

o    General Knowledge, Current Affairs (No. of Questions 25 & Marks 25)

o    Quantitative Aptitude, Numerical Ability, Fundamental Mathematical Operations (No. of Questions 25 & Marks 25)

o    Reasoning: Critical, Analytical and Logical (No. of Questions 20 & Marks 20)

o    Data Analysis and Interpretation (No. of Questions 20 & Marks 20)







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