DU LLB 2022 Live Updates: Exam held on October 19, Difficulty Level, Student Feedback, Analysis, Cut off

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Anjum Khan
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New Delhi, Updated on Oct 19, 2022 14:00 IST

NTA is conducting the DU LLB 2022 entrance exam today, on October 19, from 8 am to 10 am. Get here all updates about DU LLB 2022 entrance exam including student reaction, exam analysis and expected cutoff here.

The DU LLB 2022 entrance exam, being held from 8 am to 10 am on October 19 at multiple test centres in 28 cities across India. Candidates take the entrance exam for admissions to LLB course offered at DU - Campus Law Centre, Law Centre - I, and Law Centre - II. The test-takers will be able to take exam in a Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode. The exam pattern of DU LLB 2022 will be as under: 

DU LLB Sections

No. of Questions

Total Marks

English Language & Comprehension

25 MCQs 100 Marks

Analytical Abilities

25 MCQs

100 Marks

Legal Awareness & Aptitude

25 MCQs

100 Marks

General Knowledge

25 MCQs

100 Marks

Total 

100 MCQs

400 Marks

The marking scheme of DU LLB entrance exam 2022 will be as under:

  • Candidates will be awarded 4 marks for each correct attempt.
  • There will be deduction of 1 mark for every incorrect attempt.
  • No marks to awarded or deducted for an unanswered question.

The syllabus of DU LLB 2022 was shared by the exam authority beforehand as under:

Section

Important topics

English Language & Comprehension

There will be reading comprehension passages based on which candidates will have to attempt the question on topics below:

  • Jumbled words/ Sentences/ Rearrangements
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Incorrect sentences
  • Omission and Spotting Errors
  • Cloze test
  • Idioms and Phrases
  • Antonyms, Synonyms, Homonyms, Homophonetics

Analytical Abilities

The section will be based on the following topics to test analytical skills: 

  • Series
  • Blood Relations
  • Directions
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Syllogism
  • Analogy

Mathematics

  • Average
  • Basic Arithmetics
  • Data Interpretation
  • Number system
  • Percentage
  • Profit and Loss
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Series

Legal Awareness & Aptitude

  • Indian Constitution
  • Contract Act
  • Criminal Law
  • Hindu Marriage Act
  • Law of Torts
  • Legal GK

General Knowledge

This section of the DU LLB question paper will be based on:

  • Current Affairs of past one year atleast
  • Static GK
  • Economics
  • Environment
  • General Studies
  • Geography
  • History
  • Science & technology
  • Sports

Read More:

LIVE UPDATE

Update 3 months ago

  • 2:00 PM IST19 Oct 2022

    DU LLB 2022 Paper Analysis by Students, Expected Cutoff, Tricky Questions

    Get DU LLB 2022 entrance exam paper analysis including student reaction, exam analysis, expected cutoff and other details.

  • 12:24 PM IST19 Oct 2022

    Question Paper - Moderate to Easy, Mostly based on Legal and GK topics only

    As shared by the candidates, the question paper of DU LLB 2022 entrance exam was easy to moderate with a few tricky questions in Legal and GK sections. Check out the paper analysis of DU LLB 2022 by the candidates:

    DU LLB Sections

    Difficulty Level

    Topics asked

    English Language & Comprehension

    Easy and concise Synonyms, Antonyms, Comprehension Passage

    Analytical Abilities

    Easy to Moderate 

    Elementary Mathematics, Reasoning based questions on Directions, Blood Relations, Family

    Legal Awareness & Aptitude

    Tricky and Moderate 

    Legal Maxims, Constitution, Amendments, Schedules of IC, Sections of IPC, Case Laws and Recent Judgements, Judges

    General Knowledge

    Tricky and Moderate

    Russia -Ukraine War, Current President of India, Ongoing Legal Affairs
  • 10:20 AM IST19 Oct 2022

    Exam Over, Difficulty Level - Moderate to Easy

    The exam got over at 10 am, and candidates were allowed to leave the exam centre after 15-20 minutes after completing the formalities. According to the test-takers, the exam was moderate to easy, with only few tricky questions in Analytical Abilities, Legal Awareness & Aptitude, and GK. Whereas, English Reading and Comprehension has lengthy but easy questions. 

     

  • 7:40 AM IST19 Oct 2022

    DU LLB test centre update - Frisking and seating arrangements complete, Entry gates closed

    Reporting for DU LLB 2022 examination began at 6 am onwards.

    Entry Gates Closed

    Now, as candidates have been seated as per the arrangements, entry gates of the test centres has been closed. Last entry allowed at this test centre was at 7:15 am. 

     

    Candidates were asked to keep their belonging outside the examination hall only. They were allowed to take clear water bottle, documents for DU LLB 2022 like admit card, photo ID proof, PWD certificate, and self-declaration form of COVID-19 as attached with the admit card. 

    The exam will begin at 8 am sharp, and the test centre officials are informing candidates about the exam taking formalites like attendance, no breaks, and other instructions for PWD candidates. 

     

  • 9:00 PM IST18 Oct 2022

    DU LLB 2022 - Exam Day Schedule

    Candidates must check the schedule their DU LLB 2022 exam day beforehand to avoid traffic jam, train/ bus delay. Below is the exam schedule for DU LLB 2022:

    Particulars Bell type  Timings
    Reporting begins  Short bell  6:30 am onwards
    Seating completion Short bell 7:00 am
    Last entry allowed  Short bell 7:30 am 
    Exam begins  Long bell 8:00 am
    Warning before exam ends  Short bell 9:45 am
    Exam ends Long bell  10:00am
    Candidates allowed to exit from the test centre Short bell 10:15 am

    To reach the exam centre on time, candidates should start their journey on the exam day at least 2 hours before the reporting timings. 

  • 8:38 PM IST18 Oct 2022

    DU LLB 2022 Exam Day - Documents to be carried, Items to be avoided

    Documents required for taking DU LLB 2022:

    Candidates appearing for DU LLB 2022 entrance exam should carry the following documents carefully in order to take the exam:

    • DU LLB 2022 admit card (color printed) 
    • Any of the photo ID proof from - PAN card Driving Licence/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card (With photograph)/ E-Aadhaar/ Ration Card/ Aadhaar Enrolment Number
    • Additional passport size photograph (2 nos.) for pasting on the Attendance Sheet as instructed by the test centre invigilator
    • A duly filled in Self Declaration (Undertaking) as attached with the DU LLB entrance exam 2022 for COVID-19 (a clear printout on A4 size paper)
    • PWD category certificate and Scribe letter as issued (if availing)

    Items not allowed inside the DU LLB 2022 test centres:

    Candidates will not be allowed to carry the following items inside the examination hall: 

    • Any study material, Documents, Pen, Slide Rules, Log Tables
    • Watches, printed or written material, bits of papers, 
    • Mobile phones, Tablets, Headphones, Bluetooth earpieces 
    • Calculating Instruments/ Geometry/ Pencil box,
    • Handbag, Purse or Any kind of Paper/ Stationery,
    • Eatables/ snacks and Tea/ coffee/ cold drinks/
    • Labelled Water (loose or packed),
    • Mobile Phone/ Ear Phone/ Microphone/ Pager,
    • Calculator, Camera, Tape Recorder, any metallic item or electronic gadgets

    Items allowed inside DU LLB 2022 test centres:

    Candidates may be allowed to carry following items inside the examination hall:

    1. Personal transparent water bottle,
    2. Personal hand sanitiser (50 ml)
    3. A simple transparent Ball Point Pen
    4. Mask and Gloves

    Those belonging to PWD category or having medical conditions will be allowed: 

    • Hearing Aids
    • Any medical device (after verification and certified proof of medical recommendation)
    • Sugar tablets/ fruits (like banana/ apple/orange) for diabetic condition of candidates ( chocolate/candy/sandwich NOT ALLOWED)
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