See AILET 2017 Cut Off Marks Here

See here the information regarding AILET 2017 Cut off. Cut off is the best parameters of the candidate to know their position secure in the AILET 2017 examination. AILET will be conducted by National Law University, Delhi for admissions to the first year of B.A., LL.B (Hons.), LL.M. and Ph.D. Programs.

The Result of AILET 2017 will be published soon and cut off marks also be declared by NLU, Delhi. Here we give the idea about AILET 2017 cut off.

Definition of Cut off

Cut off is referred as the minimum marks which a examinee must score to qualify an exam. Cut off is designed by the conducting body of the exam. It is finalised after the final draft of result is made.

Cut off is designed on the basis of different factors like number of application, total number of applicant appear in the  exam, level of toughness of exam, aggregate marks obtained by candidates, previous year cut off and availability of seats.

All the above factors determine cut off. It is fact that individual performance does not affect cut off but collectively they will. If the performance of all the examinees is high, then the cut off will be low but if the performance of candidates is low then cut off will be less as well. Similarly, if number of applicants is more cut off will be high but if number of candidates is less cutoff score will be less.

AILET 2017 Cut Off

Cut off AILET 2017 will be designed by National Law University after the declaration of AILET 2017 result.  The cut off is the minimum marks which a candidate must obtain for qualifying entrance exam. AILET cut off 2017 will be depend on the number of applicants. Determination of Cut off is based on following factors:

  • Number of examinees  who actually attended AILET 2017
  • . Previous year AILET 2017 cut off
  • .Level of  toughness  in AILET 2017 written exam
  • .Performance of candidates in AILET 2017 exam
  • Availability of seats

AILET 2017 Expected Cut off

General                                              100-105

Scheduled Caste (SC)                         85-95

Scheduled Tribes (ST)                        80-90

Persons with Disability (PWD)           85-95

Kashmiri Migrants (KM)                    93-98

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