From 2018 onward, AP SET has changed the overall pattern for the APSET 2018 exam, which will be conducted by the Andhra University of Vishakapatnam.
In the previous years, there were three papers , Papers I, II and III. The General Paper I was common for all candidates and Papers II and III were subject specific.
From 2018, there will only be two papers, I and II.
The current pattern of the APSET 2018 Law exam is :
- Paper I – with 50 questions – the general paper common for all candidates.
- Paper II – with 100 questions – specific to the subject chosen by the candidate
Paper I remains the same as the previous year, with no changes in syllabus or pattern.
Paper II has seen significant changes from 2018 onward. The length of Paper II has been increased from 50 questions in previous years to 100 questions in 2018.
The Paper III which used to have 75 questions has been dropped, so the overall length of the APSET 2018 Exam actually goes down by 25 questions. (50 + 75 Qs in previous years to 100 Qs in 2018)
All questions are compulsory in both the papers and there is no negative marking.
The syllabus for Paper II now covers the topics that were previously divided between Papers II and III.
Our Question bank for the APSET exam contains questions from Previous Year question papers also; so the mock tests and sample papers offer realistic practice.
Click here for a detailed overview of the APSET 2018 Law Paper II syllabus.
Our online prep series now has 100 mock tests (50 full length and 50 mini mock tests), which ensures that you cover almost all possible questions.
Note : Since the UGC NET syllabus for papers 1 & 2 was changed since Jan 2019, the syllabus for the APSET exam is also expected to change.