Lloyd Entrance Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2020: Students who have applied to the Lloyd Law College Entrance Exam 2020 should need to know the Lloyd Entrance Test Pattern & Syllabus. Lloyd Law College will conduct the admission for the candidates who wish to get admission into Law courses such as B.A LL.B and LL.B. The Lloyd Entrance Test shall conduct on 16th May 2020. Before that applicants can register themselves at the official page of the Lloyd Law College @ www.lloydlawcollege.edu.in. Here aspirants can get detailed information about the Lloyd Law College Entrance Exam Pattern & Syllabus.
Important Dates Lloyd Entrance Test 2020
|Dates of Admission Process||5th January onwards – 30th March 2020|
|Printing of Admit Card||13th May 2020|
|Lloyd Entrance Exam||16th May 2020|
Lloyd Law College Entrance Exam Pattern 2020
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)|
|Time Duration||2 Hours|
|No. of Questions||150|
|No. of Sections||Gk & Current Affairs
Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness
|Marking Scheme||For Correct Answer: +1 mark will be provided
For Incorrect Answer: No negative marks
Distribution of Questions
The questions will be asked in the format of Multiple Choice Questions. However, the distribution of questions have explained in the below table.
|Section||No. of Questions|
|General Knowledge & Current Affairs||35|
|English Language Comprehension||40|
|Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness||35|
Lloyd Entrance Exam Syllabus 2020
It is necessary to know the important topics from the entrance test syllabus. Lloyd Entrance Exam syllabus will come under the topics that we have mentioned below.
- General Knowledge & Current Affairs
- English Language Comprehension
- Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness
- Analytical Abilities
|General Knowledge & Current Affairs||
|English Language Comprehension||
|Legal Aptitude & Legal Awareness||
Lloyd Law College Admission Process
The admission will be provided purely only on the basis of entrance test and personal interview. The qualifying marks of both entrance test and personal interview will be combined into the grand total of 100 marks to confirm the admission.