AILET 2021 Exam Analysis
- July 30, 2021
- Posted by: Team CP
- Category: Exam Analysis
AILET 2021 Exam Analysis
AILET 2021 was not surprising; if anyone has been following AILET question papers and CLAT Possible’s analyses over the years, the nature of this year’s question paper was par for the course. CLAT Possible talked to hundreds of its students to get a picture of what the question paper was like, and the following are the findings:
The General Knowledge section was reported to be very easy. While most questions in this section were based on current affairs, some static GK questions were also present. All questions, CLAT Possible students have reported, could have been easily answered if a student had diligently studied CP’s material and attended classes.
Good attempt: 30-32
Good score: 25-28
The Logical Reasoning section was divided, as usual, between two parts: analytical reasoning and critical reasoning. There were 7 questions on AR. The difficulty of this section was reported to be easy to moderate.
- AR was easy
- One question was wrong (options are not matching).
- Questions on Coding decoding/ Grouping Arrangments/ Direction sense and basic questions similar to CP Funda book & class exercise sheets.
Good attempt: all 7
Good score: 5-6
CR questions in the traditional sense were only 3 but a mix of single statement questions were given.
- Statement Assumption
- Statement conclusion
- Strong/ weak arguments
Some questions on word analogy and 3 questions on inference were there.
Good score – 28-29
- English section was extremely short with a very simple to read passage of barely half the page.
- Included all question types from vocabulary to grammar to figures of speech. Parajumbles was missing.
- Simple error detection in grammar with two separate questions on punctuation.
- Vocabulary questions included word replacement, close and odd word out. Two questions on idioms as well
- Passage had inference questions but pretty simple.
Good score – 29-30
The Legal Aptitude section, too, did not pose any surprises, and was divided, as usual, between principle-reasoning based questions and legal general knowledge questions. The former were 26 in number, while the remaining were of the latter kind. Principles were straightforward, and were based mostly in tort and contract laws. It was reported that there were no constitutional law-based questions, which was a little surprising.
Good attempts: 30-33
Good score: 28-30
- Maths section was quite easy and doable.
- Questions were based on basic fundamentals and calculation was also not lengthy unlike previous years.
- Questions were similar to Funda book and class exercise sheets
Average score: 6 – 7
Good score: 8
Overall Cut off: 101