The Bar Council of India is set to release the AIBE 18 qualifying marks for 2023 along with the exam result. However, candidates can still refer to the previous years’ minimum cutoff marks for an idea. The minimum qualifying marks for General and OBC categories have been increased to 45% from 40%. The candidates can review the AIBE 18 qualifying marks for 2023 for different categories listed based on the previous years’ trend. The passing marks may decrease if any questions from the AIBE 18 exam are deleted after answer key verification. The official AIBE 18 passing marks for 2023 are not expected to differ significantly from the expected passing marks.
For those who achieve the AIBE 18 qualifying marks, the authority will issue a Certificate of Practice as proof of qualifying for the bar exam. The minimum qualifications for each category are as follows:
– General: 45 marks out of 98
– OBC: 38 marks out of 98
– SC/ST/PWD: 34 marks out of 98
Several factors can affect the AIBE 18 qualifying marks, including the minimum passing marks for the exam, the number of reported discrepancies in the answer keys, the total number of discrepancies verified and rectified by the BCI, and the number of questions removed from the evaluation of the result.