AP LAWCET 2019 application form will be released in month of March 2019.Andhra Pradesh Common Law Entrance Test is a state level entrance exam, AP LAWCET is managed by the (Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur ). AP LAWCET exam is a gateway for those students who are looking for admission into three year and 5 year LAW Programmes. Here we are providing the information about AP LAWCET 2019.
AP LAWCET 2019 Application Form
In this section candidates can check the details about AP LAWCET 2019 Application
- Aspirants can fill and submit the AP LAWCET 2019 Application Form only through online.
- Applicants have to enter their personal details and qualifying exam details etc in the application form.
- Upload the scanned images of photograph & signature, at the time of filling the AP LAWCET form 2019.
- Submit the application fee either online mode or offline mode.
- Applicants are advised to take printout of the filled-in- application form for further reference.
- Aspirants have to deposit the application fee of Rs. 750 for all category.
- The application fee payment can be done via online mode or AP online centres.
Important Tentative Dates of AP LAWCET 2019
Here in this section we are providing the tentative dates of AP LAWCET 2019
|Notification release||Fourth week of February 2019|
Online application starts
|1st week of March 2019|
|Final date for form submission without late fee||1st week of April 2019|
|Application correction||1st week of April 2019|
|Closing date for form submission with Rs. 500/-late fee||2nd week of April 2019|
|Admit card issue||2nd week of April 2019|
|Exam date||2nd week of April 2019 (2:30 PM – 4:30 PM)|
|Declaration of Preliminary Key||3rd week of April 2019|
|Closing Date for receiving of objections on the Key||3rd week of April 2019|
|Declaration of result||4th week of April 2019|
In this section we are mentioned the eligibility requirement of AP LAWCET
- Domicile: Applicant must belong to Andhra Pradesh.
- Qualification for LLB (Three year) Programme: Aspirants must possess three year graduation degree from any recognized university.
- Qualification for LLB (Five year) Programme: Candidates must have passed class 10+2 from any recognized educational board.
- Minimum Marks: Must obtain at least 45% marks for general category and 40% marks for SC/ST categories
- Age Limit: No age limit for AP LAWCET exam.
AP LAWCET Exam Pattern
- Type of Question: The question paper will comprise Multiple Choice Questions.
- Duration of Exam: 90 minutes.
- Language: The question paper will be asked in Telugu and English.
- Marking Scheme: One mark will be given to students for each correct response.
- Negative Marking: There is no penalty marking in AP LAWCET exam.
|Section||Number of Questions|
|General Knowledge and Mental Ability||30 questions|
|Current Affairs||30 questions|
|Aptitude for the study of Law||60 questions|