Andhra Pradesh Common Law Entrance Test (AP LAWCET) is a state-level entrance conducted every year by the Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur on the behalf of APSCHE, Hyderabad. Students seeking admission in UG law courses (three years & five years LLB) can appear for this examination. Various government, private & other participating universities and colleges of Andhra Pradesh state gives admission in law courses on the basis of AP LAWCET examination.
AP LAWCET Cut-Off
The cut-off is the minimum marks required to qualify for any entrance exam. The cut-off mark for AP LAWCET is 35% i.e. 42 out of 120 marks for the general category. There is no cut-off for SC/ST category candidates. But, if they fail to provide any documentary proof of their category, their candidature will be canceled.
Q: Is there any negative marking in AP LAWCET 2020?
A: No, there is no negative marking.
Q: How many seats are available through AP LAWCET?
A: A total of 8804 seats are available to candidates through AP LAWCET across the state.
Q: How many students appeared for AP LAWCET 2019?
A: For AP LAWCET 2019 entrance test a total of 11,492 candidates had appeared.
Q: What is the age limit to apply for AP LAWCET?
A: There is no such upper age limit to apply for AP LAWCET. But the candidate must be 17 years or above and must fulfill the eligibility criteria.
Q: What is the basic preparation steps for AP LAWCET 2020?
A: Here are a few preparation tips that will help you
- Make a time table that covers all the syllabus of the examination.
- Prepare from the best books and study material available in the market or on the internet.
- Also, solve previous year question papers & sample papers to get familiar with the exam pattern.
- Practice online mock test, it can help you to manage your time and analyze your performance.
- Candidates must read newspapers & magazines to be updated with the current affairs.
Q: Is AP LAWCET conducted in offline mode too?
A: No, the AP LAWCET is conducted in online mode only.
Q: Can I change any detail after I have submitted the application form?
A: You cannot immediately change any of the areas after submission. The authorities will open a brief window during the last week of March to alter some areas in the application form.
Q: What is the ranking procedure if two candidates secure the same mark?
A: In such a case, ranking is done on the basis of mark secured in section 3 of the exam. If the tie still persists, ranking is done on the basis of mark secured in section 2. If the tie still persists the ranking is done on the basis of seniority in age.
Q: What is the cut-off for reserved category candidates for AP LAWCET 2020?
A: There is no cut-off for reserved category candidates.
Q: Are foreign nationals allowed for AP LAWCET?
A: No, to apply for AP LAWCET, the candidate must be an Indian citizen.
Q: What are the exam centres for AP LAWCET?
A: Exam centres for AP LAWCET are:
- Anantapuramu, Chittoor, Tirupathi, Kadapa, Kurnool, Nandyal, Nellore, Ongole, Guntur, Vijayawada, Bhimavaram, Kakinada, Rajamahendravaram, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam.
Q: What is the late fee for AP LAWCET application form?
A: The late fee of AP LAWCET is Rs. 500/-.
Q: What are the best books to prepare for AP LAWCET?
A: Books that will help you clear AP LAWCET are:
- Lucent's General Knowledge
- The Mega Yearbook 2019 – Current Affairs and General Knowledge for competitive exams
- Manorama Year Book
- Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by S. Chand
- A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal by Arihant
- Legal Aptitude for the CLAT and other Law entrance examinations: A workbook by Bhardwaj
- Universal’s General Knowledge of Law- Legal GK for competitive examinations by Manish Arora
- LAWCET Study Material by Vikram publishers