Best Books for LLB Entrance Exam
An entrance test is conducted to provide a list of candidates on the basis of ‘merit-cum-preference’ to each University for admission to their UG/PG programs, as per the eligibility, reservation and other criteria laid down under the respective statutes of the participating Universities.
The recommended best books for LLB Entrance Exam is listed below
With the immense success of the 1st edition, the Disha’s Mega Yearbook 2017 presents a thoroughly revised and updated edition. The new edition has been enriched not only in terms of content but in terms of presentation and structure also. Disha’s The MEGA Year Book is heralded as one of the most authoritative and comprehensive compendiums of high-quality reference materials on all subjects – Current Affairs, Panorama, Geography, History, Polity, Economy, Finance, General Science,
The third comprehensively revised edition of Study Package for CLAT and LLB Entrance Examination will be an invaluable asset for aspirants preparing for this prestigious law entrance examination. This revision lays special emphasis on Legal Aptitude with an exhaustive chapter on Law of Torts. There are plenty of MCQs to support the text in each section. General Knowledge and General Awareness section updated with renewed emphasis on static GK.
This 26th edition is a comprehensive book for students taking up LLB entrance exams. It covers the complete syllabus including topics like legal aptitude, general awareness, games and sports, English language, elementary mathematics, logical reasoning and other additional information that may interest aspiring LLB students.
The book divides the whole syllabus into 8 precise sections namely Legal Aptitude, English Language, Indian Constitution, Numerical Ability, Reasoning & Logical Ability, General Knowledge and Current Affairs. Each chapter under these broad sections is followed by solved problems that help the students to revise the concepts. Moreover, multiple practice exercises have been given pertaining to all the different sections which form the syllabus.
In order to build up my current affairs knowledge base the first thing I did was to peruse previous years entrance question papers which gave me an idea of the kind of questions which Law Faculty usually asks and the direction I must take and from thereon I mostly used Google, Wikipedia and Hindu diary of events to create my own relevant quick reference database which I read and revised and updated on a daily basis. In hindsight, I believe having resources like VisionIAS monthly edition of current affairs or current affairs collection of insights on India website would have helped me a lot but disregard them if you think you do not have enough time for such extensive preparation.