NLSAT 2022 for admission to LLB in NLSIU Bengaluru to be held tomorrow; know the test structure

The NLSAT 2022 will consist of three stages – Part A, Part B which will be held at the test centers at 2 p.m. and a series of interviews in May.

NLSAT 2022

NEW DELHI: The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bengaluru will conduct the National Law School Admission Test (NLSAT) 2022 tomorrow April 23 for admission to 3-year LLB programs in the academic year 2022-23. The NLSAT 2022 will take place in offline mode at 2 p.m. at various centers mentioned in the NLSAT 2022 application form. The last date to apply for the NLSAT 2022 was March 29.

NLSAT 2022 will be a three-stage national exam process. The first and second stages (part A and part B) will take place in test centers across the country. The final round will be an interview round. Part A of the selection process will be of a qualifying nature while Part B and the interview will be considered for the preparation of the final merit list.

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The written test is 140 points, including 75 points for MCQs of the objective type and 65 points for subjective questions. The interview will be for 10 points.

The 2022 NLSAT interview round will take place in May 2022 and the final admission list will be released in June 2022. The first batch of the program will admit 60 students and classes will begin July 1, 2022.

NLSAT Test Structure – Part A

Section

Total number of questions

Brands

Comprehension of English

25

25

Ongoing cases

25

25

Critical reasoning (including logical reasoning and legal aptitude)

25

25

NLSAT Test Structure – Part B

Section

Number of questions and points

Legal Aptitude/Reasoning

10 questions (Each question will be 5 points)

Ongoing cases

1 essay question of 15 points (word limit – 500)

2022 NLSAT Interview Series

Candidates in a ratio of 1:2.5 per seat will be invited to a series of interviews. The interview will be 10 points only. Applicants will be assessed on their articulation skills, original thinking, reasoning ability, passion for law and public service.


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