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CLAT, CLAT Exam Pattern, CLAT Syllabus, CLAT Eligibility – Law Entrance Coaching
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is one of the most popular entrance exams. The CLAT is the only way to pave your way into the top National Law universities in India. The CLAT began in the year of 2008 with around 12ooo candidates sitting for the exam, and now over 50000 people take the CLAT each year to secure a place in India’s Top National Law Universities. Other allied exams like the AILET (for NLU Delhi), SET (Symbiosis) and the LSAT are also popular entrance exams after 12th. There are 19 NLU’s as of 2018 and the only parameter to make it into the top Law School’s in the country is to take the Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT). At OPUS, we have the ultimate course for you to crack the CLAT and other law entrance exams.
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CLAT 2019 Quick Stats
Tests your legal chops thoroughly. This section primarily tests your ability to apply given principles to come to a solution. Sometimes this section might also test your awareness of some basic legal terms.
Tests your numerical skills. Basic class X math is tested, and applications.
Tests your familiarity with the English Language: includes Grammar / Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension. The level of questions are relatively high and one has to have a solid foundation of English to score well here.
Are you logical enough? Are you razor sharp? Can you immediately understand a situation and come to a logical conclusion? This section will test your analytical chops.
This is by far the most ambiguous section in the test. The syllabus primarily concerns itself with GK that you should have learnt in History / Geography / Sciences etc. and your awareness about the issues that are current and relevant.
CLAT 2019 Eligibility / Qualification
Before sitting for the CLAT exam candidates must ensure few eligibility details
- For all general categories minimum Forty-five percent (45%) Qualifying marks required in (higher secondary exam/class XII or equivalent)exam.
- For the SC / ST categories, 40% Qualifying marks required in (higher secondary exam/class XII or equivalent)exam.
The candidate must have the results of the qualifying examination in (higher secondary/ 10 + 2) at the time of admission, otherwise, the candidate will not be entitled during the time of the admission for law courses.
CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern
CLAT is of two-hour duration, comprising 200 questions across five different areas and is conducted online.
|Subject||Total Questions||Optimal Time|
|English/Verbal||40||25mins or less|
|Mathematics/Apptitude||20||17-18mins or less|
|Marking Scheme||+1 or -0.25||–|
Degrees awarded by NLUs are:
B.A. LL, BSc. LL.B, BBA LL.B, B.Com LL.B
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