DU, being the most popular central university in India, most of the students aspire to clear the LLB entrance exam and get into the perfect college to study law. A yearly basis entrance exam is conducted by the university for a three years law course. Aspirants preparing for the first time should carefully go through the syllabus and the exam pattern. The syllabus will help you to prepare for the necessary subjects and the exam pattern will let you get familiar with the types of questions, test rules, and the structure of the exam. Once you get yourself aware of the pattern and structure of the exam you can finally start your preparation.
IMPORTANT POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND:
- Firstly, all the aspirants should make a study time table which will cover every subject for the exam. The study time table should be executed firmly.
- Secondly, be consistent with the preparation. First study through everything and then take up previous years question papers and mock tests to see where you actually stand.
- Third, Try completing the syllabus way before the exam so that you can make short notes to study on a regular basis.
- Prepare a practical strategy which you can trust yourself upon. The strategy should be in a way that you can actually stick to. Unrealistic strategy may lead you to lose your confidence and motivation.
- In the midst of solving previous years question papers or mock tests try to identify your weak areas so that you can work on that more before your exams.
- Don’t always go for the recommendations of others for books. Choose the best book or study material which covers the entire syllabus.
- Don’t get too lazy to make notes while preparing yourself. This will definitely help you for the future and will become handy at the time of the exam for last minute revision.
SUBJECT WISE PREPARATION:
- Legal Aptitude:
This section will test you on the basis of all the legal awareness, Laws, and judiciary. Beginyour preparation starting with the Constitution. Try studying and keeping in mind all the articles, rights, and the principles of the Indian constitution. Candidates should be updated with all the new laws and amendments added in the recent times. To crack this section you should have a thorough understanding of the law and regulations.
- General Knowledge:
One of the most important parts of the exam. Read daily newspapers in order to crack this section. You can also use the General Knowledge booklet available in the market for the exam. Develop a habit of taking online quizzes. Read the trending topics and make sure you make small notes for future use. Always remember to rely and be updated through authentic resources like The Hindu, Time of India, etc.
- English Language:
This section will check your proficiency in English language, grammar and reading comprehension. You need to improve your vocabulary by developing a habit to read regularly. Try to learn at least three words each day with their meanings. Get basic knowledge of how to use words in the sentences and basic rules of the grammar. Participate in online quizzes and in as many comprehensions as possible.
- Analytical Abilities:
The most important thing to remember in this is section is not to assume anything. Always go through the passage or the question very carefully to get the proper information you need. Mark the important keywords for yourself which will make it help you to solve the problems faster. Always focus on the theme on which the question is based. Don’t try to overburden yourself with the complexity of the passage or difficult words with irrelevant information given in the passage.