AP LAWCET Eligibility criteria:
Applicants who fulfil the below eligibility criteria are eligible for the AP LAWCET examination:
Eligibility criteria for 3 years L.L.B:
- Applicants should be passed in their Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent degree from a recognised university to be eligible for the AP LAWCET examination.
- Applicants must score a minimum of 45% of aggregate marks in their Higher Secondary Examination to be eligible for the AP LAWCET entrance exam.
Eligibility criteria for 5 years L.L.B:
- Applicants passed in Higher Secondary or its equivalent exam is eligible for the AP LAWCET examination only if they have passed from a recognised University.
- Applicants must have scored an aggregate of 45% marks in their Higher Secondary Exams to be eligible for the AP LAWCET examination (40% in case of SC/ ST applicants).
The Andhra Pradesh government clarified that there will be no upper age limit for Andhra Pradesh LAWCET (AP LAWCET) 2017 examination. Earlier, Bar Council of India (BCI) announced that the upper age limit for the candidates applying for three-year LLB course is 30 and five-year LLB course is 20 years.