Preparation Strategy for DU LLB Entrance Exam


Preparation Strategy for DU LLB Entrance Exam

Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.
- Winston Churchill

There is no doubt that the DU LLB Entrance Exam syllabus is enormous.. As a matter of fact, most students undervalue the size of the course syllabus.

The faculty at Juris Academy is aware that students must have a well-thought-out strategy in place before starting on their studies. We think that success is not an accident, but rather the consequence of smart planning, strategy, and constant effort over a long period of time.

As a result, we have designed some study plans to help you achieve this goal. If you are a student, you can download and utilize these study plans for free on our website for greater success.

  1. General Knowledge & Current Affairs

According to previous years' Delhi University exam papers, GK and Legal Aptitude are the most essential subjects. Also, in other exams, it plays a significant role So, students need to do their best to prepare for it.
Every month we keep on updating current affairs for the given month. Candidates should complete reading monthly updated current affairs by that month itself. Also, read our GK study content at the same time. As a result, your preparation for general knowledge and current events will be complete. is the finest approach

 
  1. Legal Aptitude or Legal Awareness

The vast majority of the Legal Aptitude questions in DU or 3 year L.LB. entrance exams are based on Legal GK or Legal Awareness, with only a few questions based on Legal Reasoning. This means that in Legal GK, information on courts, lawyers, and judges is critical.

 
  1. English with Reading Comprehension

English, which is also the official language of law, is the second most significant area to score. We may expect 20-40 percent of the paper to come from this section for D.U. LL.B. entrance. The 3 important areas to be focus on:

Learning new words every day and from a variety of sources is important; this includes everything from class assignments and textbooks to news articles in the newspaper and books like Norman Lewis' Word Power Made Easy. To perform well in comprehension one must adopt a good reading habit and practice past year papers and mock tests.

  1. Vocabulary
  2. Reading Comprehension
  3. Grammar & Sentence Correction
 
  1. Logical/ Analytical Reasoning

However, even if previous DU papers have shown that this subject isn't that crucial because only a few questions are asked each year, we recommend students thoroughly understand this topic. As the pattern of DU LL.B. exam keeps on changing and is highly unpredictable, students must solve at least few exercises from all type of reasoning questions to be on the safer side.

 
  1. Create a Study Plan

A daily study plan should be prepared by law students in light of the above information. Every day, you must devote at least two and a half hours for studying. Candidates must make a plan where they study at least 2 subjects every day and have at least one vocabulary/English and one reasoning exercise daily.

 

Tips to Prepare for DU LLB Law Entrance Exam

  1. Practice Previous Question Papers and Mock Tests: The greatest strategy to ensure exam success and time management is to solve as many past papers and full-length mock papers as possible under rigorous time and exam conditions.

  2. Use the Internet: On social networking sites like Facebook, tens of thousands of law students connect and exchange ideas. To avoid wasting time, one should stay up to date on the latest information. It is advisable for every serious aspirant to solve past papers of CLAT, NLU Delhi (AILET), BHU and of course DU.

  3. Consider Past Year Papers: If you're a serious candidate, you should study CLAT, NLU Delhi (AILET), BHU, and of course DU's past papers. We provide all of our students with access to the relevant past year's question papers, as well as the answers, solutions and analysis of those questions. Solving previous papers and studying them thoroughly benefit a law aspirant in two ways: they help them learn about the types of questions that will be asked in various sections and they help them discover their own weaknesses.
 

Kavita Sethi

Kavita Sethi

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Having a keen hobby in writing from university days. I have been writing articles, blogs on various elements. Presently working with Juris Academy as a content writer. Diving deep into the on-going generation and writing on same is what I do.


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