The Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) LAW exam was conducted on the 4th of May, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 12 Noon for admission to the LAW programme offered by the Symbiosis law schools located in Pune, Hyderabad, Nagpur and Noida. The exam was conducted in the computer-based format. The total duration of the exam was 150 minutes. The exam was an objective multiple choice question paper divided into 5 sections viz., Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and General Knowledge having a total of 150 questions with 30 questions in each of the sections. Each question had 4 options and carried one mark each. There was no negative marking for wrong answers.
The questions in this section were of easy-moderate difficulty level. The questions were from the areas like Coding-Decoding, Blood Relationship, Puzzles, Clock, Arrangement, Odd-one out, Analogies, Arrangements, Syllogisms.
A score of (23 +/- 2) can be considered a good score in this section.
The section on Legal Reasoning this year posed a high challenge as the questions were more knowledge based in nature rather than application based. Principle and actual article based questions were asked and students were to identify the correct judgments from their knowledge about actual laws and articles. Questions were predominantely based on Constitution, Contracts, Torts, Criminal Law. A couple of questions were also asked from Intellectual Property Rights and International law.
A score of (21 +/- 2) can be considered to be a fairly good score.
This was the simplest of the sections. Questions were mostly from Arithmetic viz., Ratio & Proportion, Number series, Letter seies, Mixtures & Alligation, Profit & Loss, Percentages etc. This was as easy section and 23+ marks could have been easily scored
The section on Reading Comprehension was relatively an easier section. All the five passages were doable as most of them had direct and easy questions. A student should have done well in this section to give a boost to the overall score. About 22-24 marks in this section can be considered to be a good score.
The GK section had easy to moderately difficult questions ranging from static GK to current affairs, however the later one had a dominance over the former one. The questions were taken from the topics like Personalities, International news/forums, Awards, Science & Technology, Summits etc. A score of 19-21 can be considered to be a good score in this section.
A total score of about (103 +/- 3) should be the expected cut-off for the Pune campus.
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