Students preparing for Law Entrance are strongly advised by their parents and in some case their tutors to stay away from the tool of distraction, better known as the Internet.
Necessary tool for Law Entrance study
From Facebook to websites dedicated to video games, the Internet is the sole getaway window connecting one to the world and whatever is happening in it and the irresistible desire to use it occasionally during breaks is understood. While parents will always tend to look at the Internet with suspicious eyes, they must understand that the Internet can be used as a highly effective tool for students undergoing preparation.
Facebook and Twitter might not be very useful for CLAT preparation but there are tons of blogs, forums etc on the Internet which are inhabited by thousands of students preparing for Law Entrance. These platforms have been known to become a community of sorts for students preparing for the CLAT examination.
The web is a factory of relevant information and resources which if used effectively can result marvelously for Law Entrance examinees. First and foremost most Law entrance examinees are novices and are supremely confused about dates, relevant study topics and materials and how to approach CLAT preparation. The web hosts hundreds of forums where discussing about these will lessen the pressure on CLAT examinees as Law Entrance students from all over the country take part in such discussions, empathize and emphasize on whatever is necessary for the preparation.
The Internet becomes a necessary tool for Law Entrance examinees when it is required for them to find out about important dates and announcements made by relevant law schools and colleges who play an important part in shaping up a student’s law career. Law Entrance preparation does not mean being strangled by claustrophobia and surrounded by a million books twenty four hours a day. The Web is a helpful tool which must be encouraged to be used effectively by the students for their own benefit, presently and for the future.