Tips, Syllabus, Exam Date, Bare Acts and MCQ Tests for AIBE
Tips, Syllabus, Exam Date, Bare Acts and MCQ Tests for AIBE.

After you complete the 3-year or 5-year LLB degree from a Bar Council of India approved institute and meet the other requirements, you’re eligible for the All India Bar Examination (AIBE). Once you pass this certification exam, you get the Certificate of Practice (COP). This permits you to practice as an advocate in Indian Courts. Without passing the All India Bar exam, you cannot practice in any court. See this page till the end.

Q: Do students who have passed LLB before 2005 need to appear in AIBE?
Ans: No. AIBE is only for students graduating from the academic year 2009-10 onwards. If your law degree was awarded before the academic year 2009-10, there is no need to appear for the All India Bar Examination or qualify for this exam to practice law in India.

Q: Are final year law students eligible for AIBE?
Ans: No, final year law students are not eligible for AIBE. One needs to be enrolled in the state Bar, and then they can appear in the All India Bar Examination.

11 Tips for Passing AIBE Exam in 2022

For AIBE XVII 2022, here are some of the important information and tips to keep in mind. These will ensure that you have an easy time sitting in the exam hall and are confident in solving the questions.

1. Starting with AIBE XVI (2021), you can no longer take notes, printouts, or anything except Bare Acts inside the AIBE exam hall. Therefore, make sure you have bought the Bare Act books that you can take inside.

2. There are 100 multiple-choice questions in AIBE. There is no negative marking. So make sure you do not leave any questions unanswered.

3. You pass AIBE XVI 2021 if you get 40% of marks in the general category and 35% marks in SC/ST category. That is, general category candidates have to get 40 out of 100 questions correct. And SC/ST have to get 35 answers correct out of 100.

4. After the exam, you either pass or fail. Bar Council doesn’t show the exact marks you score.

5. Questions in AIBE aren’t very tough. They are challenging, but you can easily solve them.

6. You don’t need any law notes for AIBE. Just focus on Bare Acts. Plus, with the syllabus subjects (given below), make sure you focus well on legal maxims and some of the landmark case laws.

7. If you have been reading Bare Acts and the syllabus subjects mentioned below for a few months, you’re good to go. Plus, you’ll have the Bare Act books during the exam. So, it’s easy.

8. Read the questions carefully. Several of them can be solved just by reading the question and seeing the index page of the Bare Act of that question. Truly. Read the question. By the language and a few facts, you’ll get to know what the subject is. Now, open that Bare Act book’s index page, and it should help you solve the question. If you need to dive more, quickly go to that Article or section using the page number mentioned in the index.

9. Personal Experience: Since this isn’t a competitive/job exam, people are usually friendly inside the hall. I don’t know about other states or exam halls or anything similar. But while I was giving the exam, candidates sitting near me gladly offered books I didn’t have, etc. So, overall it was easy to solve the questions.

10. There are 100 questions, but if your language understanding (English or in which you are appearing) is good, you can solve them soon and will have ample time in the end to recheck.

11. Once again, in any case, do not leave any questions unanswered. Remember, there is no negative marking!

Syllabus for AIBE

This was the syllabus for AIBE XVI that was conducted in October 2021. The syllabus, especially the most important subjects, for AIBE XVII 2022 will be almost similar.

Syllabus for AIBE XVI 2021
Syllabus for AIBE XVI 2021

According to the official AIBE website, these were the subjects for AIBE XVI, October 2021. And for AIBE 2022, the syllabus will most likely be the same.

  1. Constitutional Law (10 questions)
  2. Indian Penal Code (8 questions)
  3. Criminal Procedure Code (10 questions)
  4. Code of Civil Procedure (10 questions)
  5. Evidence Act (8 questions)
  6. Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act (4 questions)
  7. Family Law (8 questions)
  8. Public Interest Litigation (4 questions)
  9. Administrative Law (3 questions)
  10. Professional Ethics & Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules (4 questions)
  11. Company Law (2 questions)
  12. Environmental Law (2 questions)
  13. Cyber Law (2 questions)
  14. Labour & Industrial Laws (4 questions)
  15. Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law (5 questions)
  16. Law related to Taxation (4 questions)
  17. Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act (8 questions)
  18. Land Acquisition Act (2 questions)
  19. Intellectual Property Laws (2 questions)

AIBE has a total of 100 questions from the subjects mentioned above, and the time duration for the exam is 3 hours 30 minutes.

How to Use WritingLaw’s Bare Acts and MCQ Tests to Practice for AIBE in 2022

Things needed for the perfect experience:

  • A mobile phone or laptop.
  • Physical bare act books.
  • If you don’t have physical Bare Act books, open WritingLaw’s PDFs on your mobile or laptop.

How to practice for AIBE:

  • Step 1: Open WritingLaw’s MCQ Tests on your phone or laptop.
  • Step 2: Keep your bare act books near. Or, open WritingLaw’s bare act PDFs on another phone, laptop, or the same phone.
  • Step 3: Start the MCQ test.
  • Step 4: Solve the test questions by seeing the bare act books or PDFs.
  • Step 5: Once done, see your test score. Anything above 50% in these tests is excellent for AIBE.
  • Step 6: Take another test or refresh the page to retake this same test.

AIBE Bare Acts

Out of the AIBE subjects mentioned above, WritingLaw has Bare Act PDFs for the following subjects. You cannot carry PDFs inside the exam hall but use them to study and prepare for AIBE now. You can buy these PDFs and many other PDFs at Rs 340. The Bare Act names are:

WritingLaw Bare Act PDFs to Study for AIBE

You can read from these PDFs on your mobile, tablet and laptop to prepare for AIBE and all other law exams. These are useful throughout your legal career.

1. Constitution of India.
2. Indian Penal Code.
3. Criminal Procedure Code.
4. Civil Procedure Code.
5. Indian Evidence Act.
6. Indian Contract Act.
7. Transfer of Property Act.
8. Arbitration and Conciliation Act.
9. Advocates Act.
10. Motor Vehicle Act.
11. Consumer Protection Act.
12. Indian Contract Act.
13. Specific Relief.
14. Transfer of Property Act.
15. Negotiable Instrument Act.
16. Family Law: A. Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act. B. Hindu Disposition of Property Act. C. Hindu Marriage Act. D. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act. E. Hindu Succession Act.

AIBE 2022 Practice Questions

As mentioned above, AIBE has multiple-choice questions. Out of the above AIBE syllabus, WritingLaw has MCQ Tests on the following subjects. You can buy all the PDFs, the tests mentioned below, and several other things at Rs 1325.

WritingLaw MCQ Tests to Prepare for AIBE

These MCQ Tests have important questions that are of judiciary exam level. This makes them useful for all lower law exams too. If you do well in these tests, passing AIBE and similar law exams should be easy for you.

Do not wait for the last moment or the one month before AIBE. For the best preparation, read from the Bare Acts and practice via the MCQ Tests starting today.

1. Constitution of India.
2. Indian Penal Code.
3. Criminal Procedure Code.
4. Civil Procedure Code.
5. Indian Evidence Act.
6. Indian Contract Act.
7. Transfer of Property Act.
6. Arbitration and Conciliation Act.
8. Specific Relief Act.
10. Negotiable Instrument Act.
11. Hindu Laws.
12. Muslim Law.
13. Law of Torts.

All the best for AIBE.


  1. Names of Bare Act books may please be suggested. I think those students have passed the LLB before 2005, need not require to appear AIBE exam

    1. Author

      The relevant Bare Act names are already mentioned in the post. If you are looking for good law books suggestions, please see this. And yes, those who passed LLB before 2005 do not have to appear in AIBE.

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