Better late, then earlier, than never...Better late, then earlier, than never...

The results for the 10th All India Bar Exam (AIBE) are now out, according to a notification on the official website.

The results can be accessed by entering roll number and date of birth.

The results had first been announced for 8 June but were quietly postponed to be out by 15 June without reasons given.

Today, three days before the new 15th deadline, the BCI now appears to have the results finally live on its website.

If you have any feedback or reports about your experience of the process, please let us know in the comments.

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Like +1 Object -0 NLU Stud 12 Jun 17, 20:20
Looking at the general quality of lawyers, I wonder if this exam really serves any purpose.
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Like +0 Object -0 useless BCI 12 Jun 17, 23:28
Has anyone actually managed to get their result? the AIBE website has definitely failed.
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Like +1 Object -0 EXPOSE! 13 Jun 17, 15:06
Kian, you need to have a story on how disastorous the paper was. There were (a) incorrect questions/answers, (b) senseless questions, and (c) out of portion questions. There has been no hue and cry about this (like we have for CLAT). BCI needs to be taken to task on this.
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Like +1 Object -0 kianganz 13 Jun 17, 15:14
Hi, thanks for your feedback. Do you have a copy of the paper or individual questions by any chance?

If you or someone else could share this with me privately, we would be happy to look into it.
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Like +3 Object -0 More then that 13 Jun 17, 18:01
Forget the paper. The inviligation could have given Bihar exam a run for the money. You had people constantly on phone, sheets being exchanged. Random guys entering and exiting the room and what not. It was a joke.
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