Interested in law Want to become a highly paid advocate Then you have to pass a common entrance test for law conducted for the candidates aspiring to get admissions in law courses and build up their career in law. This entrance exam is LAWCET, Law Common Entrance Test being conducted this year by the Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati on behalf Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education.
The duration of LAWCET exam is 2 hours with two hundred questions from the syllabus prescribed for LAWCET . Candidates can buy the LAWCET application from the post offices or from the Convenor by paying an amount of Rs.275/-. The filled in application form can be sent only in two ways, either by speed post or by registered post.
Eligibility Criteria for LAWCET :
A minimum of 45% marks in any graduation (10+2+3) from a recognized university or its equivalent examination is a must for candidates applying for LAWCET .
Candidates appearing for the final year examinations are also eligible
The following knowledge areas are considered for the LAWCET exam
1. General Knowledge and Mental Ability
2. Current Affairs
3. Aptitude for the study of law
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