AIBE 18 Answer Key 2023

The AIBE 18 exam concluded on December 10, and the anticipated release of the AIBE 18 answer key 2023 is expected today.

NEW DELHI: The Bar Council of India (BCI) is set to release the provisional AIBE XVIII (18) answer key today on its official website, Held on December 10 across approximately 150 exam centers nationwide, the AIBE 18 exam 2023’s answer key usually arrives the day after the exam, following the trend of previous years.

Law graduates passing the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) receive the certificate of practice (CoP) from the Bar Council of India, a mandatory document for legal practice in India. As AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 is a certification-based exam, candidates need to secure minimum qualifying marks to pass.
General category candidates require at least 45% marks, while SC and ST candidates need a minimum of 40% marks to qualify for the certificate of practice.

How to download AIBE 18 Answer Key 2023?

To download the AIBE 18 answer key, candidates can follow these simple steps:

  • Visit the official website of the AIBE 18:
  • Look for the ‘AIBE 18 Answer Key’ link on the homepage and click on it.
  • Enter the required credentials, including the registration number and password.
  • The answer key will be displayed on the screen.
  • Download and save the answer key for future reference.

In case of any discrepancies in the AIBE answer key 2023, candidates may raise objections against it. The AIBE answer key objection window closes in two or three days from its release. Along with the objections, candidates may also have to produce a relevant document in support of their objections.

How to raise objections against AIBE Answer Key 2023

Candidates can follow the below given steps to raise objections against the AIBE 18 provisional answer key:

  • Log on to the official website of AIBE 18:
  • Click on the “answer key objection window” link on the homepage.
  • Select your Set Code – A, B, C or D.
  • Select the question number you want to raise objections against, the answer of the question will automatically be displayed on the screen.
  • Fill in your clarification or justification against your objection.
  • Add supporting documents against your objection.
  • Click on the ‘submit’ button.

The AIBE 18 examination, held across 150 exam centres in the country, tests the eligibility of law graduates to practice law in India. The exam evaluates the candidates’ understanding of various legal principles and procedures.

Aspirants who pass the AIBE exam will be awarded a ‘Certificate of Practice’ by the BCI, validating their skills and knowledge of the legal profession.

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