- Ap Lawcet
Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test commonly known as AP LAWCET is conducted for admissions to 3 and 5 year LLB Programmes. Candidates willing to pursue legal education from one of the law colleges Andhra Pradesh shall require to appear for AP LAWCET. The test score is used by law institutes measure legal aptitude of aspirants and ability to complete course and further pursue law as a profession in highly volatile field of Judiciary and Law.
AP LAWCET Eligibility Criteria3 year LL.B / B.L. course:
For the 3 years LL.B / B.L. program, the candidates must successfully complete their graduation from a recognised university.5 year LL.B./B.L. course:
For candidate applying for the 5 year LL.B./B.L. course must atleast score a minimum of 45% marks in their class 12 or other equivalent examination from the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh or any other recognised board.
The candidates should atleast be 17 years of age to be eligible to apply for the LLB/BL programs.
The candidates appearing for their qualifying examination in are also eligible to apply for AP LAWCET, provided they are pursuing their education only in schools approved by the AP Board.
AP LAWCET Exam Pattern
The LAWCET question paper will be in both English and Telugu medium. It consists of 120 questions, which is divided into three sections and the duration of the exam is 90 minutes.Examination centers:
The LAWCET examinations are held at Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam, Tirupati and Warangal. There are 24 centers chosen as important areas and examination will be conducted mainly in these centers of state Andhra Pradesh.
Important Dates for AP LAWCET
- Notification of AP LAWCET: March
- Last date for submission of online applications: April
- Date of AP LAWCET- May
- APLAWCET Results: June