HEC LAW GAT Test 2022 Schedule, Registration Last Date, Test Date


HEC Pakistan perform Law Graduate test for eligibility to request enrollment as an Advocate through Bar Council. The LAW GAT 2022 examination consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQ) and Candidates who apply throughout the HEC website must carefully read the conditions and conditions of the registration process. In academic record portion, write down your main subjects and percentage of secured marks in two digit only, forms having any in sequence other than percentage will not be processed.

HEC-Law GAT Test Centers

The Test will be conducted in the following Centers:

  • Islamabad
  • Lahore
  • Karachi
  • Sukkur
  • Abbottabad
  • Quetta
  • Multan
  • Hyderabad
  • Turbat
  • Bahawalpur
  • Peshawar
  • Muzaffarabad
  • Faisalabad
  • Gilgit

The officials of the Bar Council control eligibility for academic qualifications and Entry tests for every applicant. The LAW-GAT test is also required for LLB students to obtain admission in the law field and applicants can present the application form by visit the official HEC site (ETC portal). The applicants can present their LAT Test application online at HEC website and Admissions in Pakistan Bar Council Law Graduate Assessment Law Gat Test (LAW-GAT) has started and its admission ad in newspaper and website is being published.

Applicants who register throughout HEC online registration procedure will download their Roll Number Slip during and Test win only be apprehended on any of the Centers if a minimum of 100 applicants will choose that Centre. The GAT subject test homework book downloads a free PDF Solve MCQ, preceding papers, sample papers are provide and HEC Law GAT online registration is now open. You can check the NTS Test Sample Paper 2022 Test Pattern form this link.

HEC LAW GAT Test Schedule 2022:

Here, we are providing you the expected dates for the test. This schedule will be updated after any announcement from HEC.

Division of Questions Marks Nature of Questions
Essay (either in English or Urdu 15 200 words maximum
Personal statement (either in English or Urdu) 10 200 words maximum
MCQs: English 20 Synonyms, antonym, prepositions
MCQs: General Knowledge 20
MCQs: Islamic Studies 10
MCQs: Pakistan Studies 10
MCQs: Urdu 10 Vocabulary
MCQs: Math 5 Basic math
Total marks 100
Passing marks 50