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Exam Mode – Online
Exam Date – 2nd Sunday of May
Intake – 2479
Eligibility – 10+2 with 45% Marks
Age – No age limit.
Selection Criteria – Test score
Tuition Fees – Rs : 146,400(P.A)
Cutoff – School wise cutoff


Exam Mode – Paper Based
Exam Date – 1st Sunday of May
Intake – 80
Eligibility – 10+2 with 50% Marks
Age – No age limit.
Selection Criteria – Test score, 40% marks in AILET
Tuition Fees – Rs – 85,000(P.A)
Cutoff – 71 Marks


Exam Mode – Online
Exam Date – 1st week of May
Intake – 720
Eligibility – 10+2 with 50% Marks
Age – No age limit.
Selection Criteria – Test score, 40% marks in SLAT
Tuition Fees – Rs: 2,75000 (P.A)
Cutoff – 98 Marks


Exam Mode – Paper Based
Exam Date – 3rd week of May
Intake – 300
Eligibility – 10+2 with 45% Marks
Age – No age limit.
Selection Criteria – Test score
Tuition Fees – Rs: 5.5 lakh(P.A)
Cutoff – 89 Marks

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CLAT 2020 Exam Highlights

Event DetailsDetails
Exam NameCLAT (Common Law Admission Test)
CLAT Exam Conducting BodyConsortium of NLUs (National Law Universities)
CLAT Exam LevelUG and PG
CLAT Exam FrequencyOnce a year
CLAT Exam ModeOffline
CLAT Exam Duration120 Minutes
CLAT Exam LanguageEnglish
CLAT Exam PurposeAdmissions to BA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, BBA LLB, BSW LLB, LLM courses

CLAT 2020 Exam Pattern

Subject/SectionNo. of Questions
English (including Comprehension)28-32 questions
GK and Current Affairs35-39 questions
Elementary Mathematics13-17 questions
Legal Aptitude35-39 questions
Logical Reasoning28-32 questions
Total150 Questions
Total Time (min)120
Negative Marking0.25 marks for each wrong answer

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CLAT 2020 Important Dates

CLAT registrationsJanuary – April 2020
Last Date of Fee PaymentApril 2020
CLAT Admit Card DownloadMay 2020
CLAT 2020 ExamMay 2020
CLAT Result (Tentative Date)Last Week of May 2020

CLAT 2019 Cut Off

CLAT 2019 was considerably easier this year than 2017/2018. After the debacle of CLAT 2018, the CLAT consortium under the aegis of NLS Bangalore, NALSAR, Hyderabad and NLIU Bhopal decided to offline and albeit that was a good decision. NLUO conducted the CLAT and they set an extremely easy paper, the likes of CLAT 2016 (which was again an apology for the debacle of CLAT 2015 – OPUS kids rocked both years.. including 2017/2018 😛 results awaited for 2019 as this is written)
Given this background, the cut off for CLAT 2019 is likely to hover around CLAT 2016 levels where a score of 155 – 158 on 200 is likely to be the cutoff for the Top 3 – NLS, NALSAR and NUJS. The CLAT cut off for all NLU’s is likely to be 110 – 115.

The cut-offs for CLAT 2020 are calculated given the following parameters:

CLAT difficulty – this year, CLAT was of easy to moderate difficulty

Number of applicants sitting for the test

Number of applicants having taken coaching

Average mock test scores of students across the spectrum

Average level of preparation – chosen from a pool of applicants from a variety of academic inclinations

CLAT 2019 Result

CLAT 2019 result is expected to be released in the first week of June, 2019 given that the CLAT was postponed to the 26th of May 2020 (ala the adrenaline spoked election :p). CLAT is expected to release its answer key on the 31st of May 2019 and they will provide a short window for students to register their complaints with respect to the answer key. Another week is expected for rectifications and finally, the first merit list will be declared! Counseling sessions are expected to start from the 3rd week of June 2020.

CLAT Result Timeline:

31st May – CLAT answer key

1st week of June – Rectifications based on complaints

2nd week of June – Individual colleges will publish their first merit listbased on a student’s CLAT 2020 scores and preference lists.

3rd week of June – Final selections and option to upgrade to a better ranked NLU. Student’s will also have to deposit the refundable deposit of INR 50000/- (INR Fifty Thousand Only) for the counselling provesse) 1st week of July – Classes Commence

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CLAT 2020 Preparation Tips

So what should your study plan look like?

Practice past year’s papers thoroughly to get an idea of the kind of questions tested

Go through each of the areas tested thoroughly through relevant study material. Get used to the kind of topics tested. The OPUS material is your ultimate guide to advance you to a great rank in CLAT

Take as many practice tests as possible to thoroughly ingrain the concepts learnt

Review each mock test thoroughly so that you can gauge which area’s need more work. Work on them!

Mock Tests! We can’t stress on how crucial this is in your CLAT preparation phase. Take as many full length mock tests as possible from a reputed source known to send CLAT rankers each year.

Read up! From Newspapers to editorials to magazines! Anything you can lay your hands on! READ as much as possible.

GK is the key. Refer to any known national daily and keep taking notes every day! OPUS supplements are super comprehensive too!

Don’t study hard.. but study SMART! To get a top rank, one does not need to devoted 8 – 10 hours a day. 7 hours a week for 52 week is enough! Balance out your time depending on the number of months you plan to prepare!

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CLAT 2020 Eligibility Criteria

CLAT 2020 can be taken by anyone who has passed his / her higher secondary (ISC / CBSE / Any 12th Board recognized by the AICTE) with a minimum of 50%. The following are minimum elgibility marks for Reserved candidates.

40% marks for Scheduled Class (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST) categories CLAT 2020 Age Limit: There is no upper age limit to apply for CLAT 2020 Exam.

45% marks for General/ Other Backward Class (OBC)/ Specially abled persons categories


CLAT 2020 Syllabus

CLAT 2020 shall be conducted in offline mode where the paper will have 200 questions from five different subjects including English (Comprehension), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Scope and coverage of questions under different subject areas:

  • 1. Legal Reasoning Section

    This section is the hallmark of the CLAT and will again test logic, but at a high level. The questions in this section are like legal reasoning, advanced reading comprehension passages and will test your flair for analysing situations based on restrictions. The greatest lawyers have razor sharp reasoning skills, and this section will test exactly that.

  • 2. Current Affairs and GK Guidance

    For Current Affairs OPUS compiles material on a daily basis and is uploaded onto your student account on the website. There are over 1000 pages of material pertaining to the current affairs section for The CLAT. These CLAT Coaching supplements are followed by questions online

  • 3. GK (Current Affairs & Legal GK)

    This section focuses on a candidates awareness of his surroundings. Basically the current affairs section can be answered by anyone who reads the newspapers regularly. The legal GK section will test whether the candidate is aware of some basic legal terms. In our CLAT Coaching center We always note this GK section on high priority.

  • 4. CLAT English Section

    The English section on the CLAT will test a candidate’s ability to competently comprehend complex reading material.. It will also test a students’ grasp of the English language in terms of complex grammar, logic and vocabulary in context. Competency in this section is an essential indicator of success at Law school.

  • 5. CLAT Quant Section

    This section tests a candidate’s ability to use numbers and apply logic to arrive at a solution. Most questions on the CLAT are derived from what you should have learnt at the 8th to 10th standard in school.  Though the concepts are school concepts, the questions require a higher level of mathematical understanding.

  • 6. CLAT Logic/Analytics Section

    Logic/Analytics: The Reasoning section of the CLAT consists of 40 problems collectively designed to measure your ability to read critically, evaluate arguments, and recognize formal written English. It will also draw situations where you will have to identify series, formulate strategies and organize and arrange data to best suit the needs of the question.



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