HEC Declares Law Admission Test Compulsory for Admission in LLB

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has directed all government and private sector universities, and their valid affiliated college to inform the students that a Law Admission Test will be mandatory to get an admission in 5 year LLB programme.

The test will be held twice a year and it will have no charges from Higher Education Commission. The Higher Education Commission has declared the test mandatory after an order from the apex court.

HEC has published an advertisement on its website, in this regard. The date of test will be announced in national newspapers and on HEC website. Students can choose test centers near to their residence, according to their convenience.

The student will have to score 50% marks in this 100 marks test in order to secure an admission in LLB. Law Admission Test will include English essay, personal statements either in English or Urdu, MCQs of General knowledge, Islamic studies, Pak studies, English, Urdu and Mathematics.

The students with 12 years of education and desiring to get an admission in LLB degree programme can apply for the test till July 10. The candidates who are waiting for their HSSC result are also eligible to apply.