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ULSAT 2002 Syllabus

ULSAT Syllabus 2022: The ULSAT syllabus 2022 has been prescribed by UPES. The syllabus is brief and only includes the topics that will be covered on the ULSAT. The ULSAT syllabus for 3 years LLB and 5 years LB in 2022 differs from the LLM syllabus. On this website, applicants can review the syllabus in depth. The weighting of the topics to be asked in the exam is also mentioned here, along with the ULSAT syllabus.

ULSAT Syllabus 2022 for 5 and 3 year LLB

The UPES Law School admission exam is divided into five sections, as follows:

  • Language Comprehension
  • Quantitative & Numerical Ability
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Legal General Knowledge
  • Legal Aptitude
ULSAT 2022 sections Topics asked Weightage
Language Comprehension One-word substitution, synonyms, reading comprehension, spellings, idioms, vocabulary, figure of speech, phrases, legal terms, Sentence formation/correction, etc. 30 questions
Quantitative & Numerical Ability Agreement and Disagreement, Mental Ability and Logical/Mathematical Analysis, Series, deductive reasoning, Analogies, blood relations, Odd-Even Discretion, Figures and Patterns, etc. 30 questions
Logical Reasoning Relationships, Analogies, Syllogism, Logical Sequences, Statement & Assumption, cause and effect, Inferences, Premises & Conclusion, etc. 30 questions
Legal General Knowledge Events of National and International Importance, Awards & Honours, History, Current Affairs, etc. 30 questions
Legal Aptitude Legal Maxims, Indian Constitution, Important Acts and Amendments of the Legislature, Important Supreme Court Judgments, etc. 30 questions

LLM Syllabus ULSAT 2022

Questions in LLM come from the following sources:

  • Constitutional Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Other law subjects

ULSAT 2022 Books

The ULSAT exam is administered by UPES Dehradun. The exam serves as a prerequisite for admission to the institute's several law programmes. Because the framework of the ULSAT is similar to that of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET), and the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) in India, students can study for it using the same materials they used for other tests. Candidates can, however, use the following books for further practise.

Name of the book Author
Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning AP Bhardwaj
Word Power Made Easy Norman Lewis
English Reading Comprehension RPH Editorial
Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Exams RS Aggarwal
Legal Awareness & Legal Reasoning (LA & LR) for CLAT & other Law Entrance Exams Wiley's ExamXpert

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