NLSUI Bangalore announced a 3 year law degree program for all law aspirants across the country and it’s the first National Law School in India to start a 3 year law course for students. Due to scarcity of seats NLSAT ( National Law School Admission Test ) already has become a highly competitive exam and students need to work hard along with right guidance to see their names in the final list. The form for NLSAT 2023 has already been released and you may apply for the same by clicking on the link below.

Last date to fill the form - 6th April 2023

Examination Date - 30th April 2023

Let us now understand the pattern of the exam-

The exam is will be conducted in two stages

Part - A ( 75 Marks )

Type - 75 Objective Multiple Choice Questions

For Every correct answer - 1 mark is rewarded

For every wrong answer - 0.25 is deducted

For every unattempted answer - 0.25 is deducted

Please Note - Since there is negative marking for even attempted questions, you must attempt the entire paper.

Syllabus - There will be 8-10 passage based questions to check your General Knowledge, English Comprehension, Legal and Logical Reasoning. To score well in this part, you must read a newspaper everyday along with sincere subject wise preparation. Solving at least 10 mock test based on NLSAT pattern is a must.

Part - B (75 marks)

Type - Subjective Type paper

Pattern - 10 problem based questions/ short notes

1 essay ( 3 options will be provided )

Syllabus - For short notes, problem based questions and essay prior preparation is a must. These will be designed to check your General awareness, legal concepts, English comprehension and reasoning abilities. You must write about 20 short notes on trending topics and about 5-10 essays on General topics.

P.S. You are required to appear for both Part A and B on the same day however your Part B will be checked only if you qualify in part A. Part B of NLSAT exam paper 2022 wasn’t released by NLSUI however Part A is available for students to check. You may download the NLSAT 2022 paper ( Part A) by clicking on the link below-

The pattern has been explained by Ms.Snigdha Midha where she has incorporated some tips too. You may click on the link below to view the video.

For more information feel free to contact us. We at Maansarovar Law Centre are always happy to help the students. Together let’s start your success story!

Team Maansarovar