Being a profession which commands respect and offers power with a sense of justice, Law is one of the most sought-after career choices among students. It would not be wrong to say that students opting for legal profession need to be sharp-minded and have an eye for key points.
But, just getting a law degree is not enough to practice law in India. You must qualify All India Bar Examination (AIBE) conducted every year by Bar Council of India if you wish to be a practicing lawyer in the country.
Organised by Bar Council of India (BCI) every year, AIBE examines the basic skills of advocates to practice law in the court.
To appear for the AIBE, the candidates must enrol in their respective state bar council first.
Conducted in 40 cities across India, the AIBE allows candidates to choose the language of examination from its approved list of 11 languages.
An open book exam, the AIBE follows multiple choice question pattern with 100 questions for students to answer.
Interested candidates can look out for the application form in the month of March. For further information and register for the exam, visit http://allindiabarexamination.com/about_us.aspx .
The best way to prepare for AIBE is to carefully read and analyse the syllabus assigned for the exam and then, plan your timetable accordingly.
According to the syllabus, prioritise your subjects. Start with the one carrying maximum weightage.
Since AIBE is an open book exam, a thorough reading of bare acts will ensure that you are familiar with the structure and thus will be able to answer the questions quickly.
You should have a good understanding of the provisions of the Act.
Time management is of an essence, so try to attempt as many mock-tests as possible to check your timing and subject knowledge.
And last but not the least, take care of your health while preparing for the examination. Take ample rest so that you feel rejuvenated rather than tired.
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