AP LAWCET Answer Key 2021 or AP PGLAWCET Answer Key 2021 download from the official website and Raise Your Objections on key. Answer Keys to be released soon at sche.ap.gov.in: AP LAWCET PGLCET 2020: Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test answer keys are likely to be released soon. Last year, the answer keys were released on May 6.
All the candidates who had appeared for the examinations can check the answer keys through the official website, sche.ap.gov.in. The examinations were held on May 06 or admission to LL.B/ LL.M programmes at various law institutes across the state of Andhra Pradesh.
According to the APSCHE, the test is “designed to evaluate the candidate’s General Knowledge, Mental ability, Current Affairs and aptitude to pursue the study of Law”. Candidates had to answer 120 questions in 90 minutes.
The answer keys for the AP LAWCET and AP PGLCET have been released by the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) on the official website, the link for which is sche.ap.gov.in The AP LAWCET was conducted on May 06 for admission to the first year of 5-year LLB /3-year LLB. Further, the AP PGLCET is the entrance test conducted for first year of Postgraduate Law courses LLM/ML. The exam was conducted by Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Ananthapuramu, Andhra Pradesh at 16 different centres across Andhra Pradesh.
Downloading of Hall-tickets from the website: http://www.sche.ap.gov.in/lawcet: 01.05.2020
Date of AP LAWCET & PGLCET 2020 Examination: 06.05.2020
Time of Examination: 02:30 PM to 04:00 PM
Declaration of Preliminary Key
Last Date for receiving of objections on Preliminary Key
Declaration of Results: 17.05.2020
Last year, AP LAWCET/ PGLCET 2020 results were declared in May. Further, the counselling will be done on the basis of rank secured in the exam by a candidate. A candidate’s rank is based entirely on the marks scored in the entrance exam. Declaration of preliminary answer key: May 06 and Declaration of results: May 17
Objections Format for 3 Year LLB & 5 Year BA LLB and 2 Year LLM Stream: Computer-Based Entrance Examination of AP LAWCET & PGLCET-2020 is conducted on 06th May 2020 (AN Session) for 3-Year LLB & 5-Year BA LLB and 2-Year LLM Stream Respective Candidate Specific Question Paper, responses submitted by the student and the corresponding answers (as per preliminary key) are sent to individual mail ids (as per the mail id furnished in online application form).
The Master copy (before jumbling) of Question Paper along with its Preliminary Key is placed in the website. The individual candidates have to compare their questions and responses (Answers) with respect to Master copy of Question Paper and its Preliminary Key. The students have to submit their objections in the below format corresponding to Master copy of the Question Paper and Preliminary Key (as placed in the web site).
The objections if any, on the preliminary key can be sent on or before 5 pm on 10-05-2020 for 3 Year LLB & 5 Year BA LLB and 2 Year LLM Stream to email id: email@example.com
AP LAWCET and PGLCET 2020: Steps to download the answer keys
- Go to the official website for APSCHE (sche.ap.gov.in).
- Click on AP LAWCET 2020 link for visiting LAWCET Portal
- Click on the link for AP LAWCET 2020, PGLCET 2020 answer keys
- Enter Registration Number and Lawcet Hall ticket No in the space provided
- Click on ‘Get Answer Key Details’
- Download and take a print out for further reference
Direct link: https://sche.ap.gov.in/LAWCET/
AP LAWCET Answer Key 2020: Objection criteria: Candidates can also raise objections against the answers on the preliminary answer keys. They are requested to submit their objections by 5.00 pm on May 10th, 2020 and candidates are supposed to follow the instructions for submitting the objection.
The objects need to be sent to the official email address – firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to send objections is May 10, 2020 upto 5 pm. Post this, no objections will be considered and the final answer key will be released with the results.
i) The objections submitted in the above format only will be considered.
ii) The objections submitted in any other format will not be considered and no correspondence in
this respect will be entertained.
iii) The Final Key will be placed along with results (ranks) and no more requests on the Final Key will be entertained.
AP LAWCET PGLCET Exam Paper pattern: The LAWCET paper was divided into three parts. Part 1 was for General Knowledge and Mental Ability, part 2 for Current Affairs and part 3 for Aptitude for the Study of Law. Parts 1 and 2 had a weightage of 30 marks while part 3 had a weightage of 60 marks.
The PGLCET paper followed a similar pattern and both papers contained multiple-choice questions. The qualifying marks for LAWCET is 35 per cent (40 out of 120 marks) and the minimum marks required to clear PGLCET is 25 per cent (30 out of 120 marks).
AP LAWCET PGLCET: The examinations were conducted to select students for admission in 3 and 5 year LLB courses and postgraduate LLM law courses in various recognised institutions in the state.