Every entrance exam follows a set syllabus. Similarly, ILI CAT 2013, also, has a pre-decided syllabus. The syllabus for Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test is as follows:
Part I (30 marks): It will consist of 30 objective-type questions with multiple choices related to English Language and General Knowledge.
Part II (70 marks): It will consist of 70 objective-type questions with multiple choices from the following areas: Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, IPC, Public International Law, Commercial Law (Contract and Specific Relief Act, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act), Law of Torts, Law of Limitation and Environmental Law.
Part III (5 Subjective Type Question with 8 marks each): It will contain subjective type questions to be answered in not more than 150 words from (i) Jurisprudence, (ii) Constitutional Law, (iii) IPC, (iv) Commercial Laws (Contract, Partnership and Sale of Goods Act) and (v) Environmental Law, and
Part IV: Last but not the least, Legal Reasoning, is also an important and significant part of the syllabus of entrance exam.