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AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 – Admit Card Release Set for December 1

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The Bar Council of India (BCI) is set to unveil the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XVIII (18) 2023 admit card on December 1. Candidates who have applied for the examination can access their hall tickets by visiting the official website, allindiabarexamination.com. The admit cards will be available for download between December 1 to 5, as specified by the official website.

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Originally scheduled for December 3, the examination has been rescheduled to December 10 to avoid clashing with CLAT PG and MP State Judicial PT exams. As per the AIBE 18 exam pattern, candidates are required to respond to 100 multiple-choice questions (MCQ) within a duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes, along with recording their answers on the provided OMR form.

AIBE XVIII (18) 2023: Steps to Download Admit Card

  1. Visit the official AIBE XVIII (18) 2023 website at allindiabarexamination.com.
  2. Find and click on the ‘AIBE 18 admit card’ link on the homepage.
  3. Enter the necessary details and log in.
  4. Your admit card will be displayed on the screen.
  5. Verify all the particulars on the AIBE 18 admit card.
  6. Download and print the admit card for future reference.

Upon obtaining the AIBE 18 admit card, candidates must thoroughly review all details, including their name, enrollment number, exam city, test center, date of birth, contact details, photograph, and exam day guidelines. In case of any discrepancies, candidates should promptly notify the BCI for necessary corrections before the examination.

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The exam serves as a gateway for candidates to obtain the Certificate of Practice (COP) to practice law in Indian courts. Starting this year, the council has raised the pass percentage for general category candidates to 45 per cent from the previous 40 per cent, while for SC, ST, and PWD applicants, it has been raised to 40 per cent from 35 per cent.

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