Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is for the admission to the National Law University. CLAT 2018 is organized by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies(NUALS), Kochi, Kerala, India. The entrance test is conducted to provide a list of candidates on the merit-based admission in Under-Graduate (UG)/Post-Graduate (PG) programmes. The merit list is prepared on the basis of eligibility, reservation and other criteria mentioned by the participating Universities. CLAT 2018 will be held on May 13, 2018. The Admit card of the CLAT 2018 is available on the official website of CLAT. CLAT 2018 is only 23 days back to initiate.
National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kochi, which is the exam conducting body for 2018 CLAT, will announce CLAT 2018 result on May 31.
Well, there is no formula for success. It is achieved by hard work, dedications, focus, practice and well-managed timetable. As we know 23 days yet for the D-Day, here are some tips regarding preparation for the exam. Stop wasting the time on some other activities and gear up for the preparation with full dedication, focus, and eagerness. Here are some tips shared by the Toppers of CLAT toppers.
Rajat Maloo (AIR 1) CLAT 2017 shared his success mantra. According to Rajat Maloo, GK was his weak section, so he started to read the newspaper throughout the year regularly which helped him in both GK and English. He took lots of mock tests and practice to avoid silly mistakes.
For English, he read Word Power Made Easy, a vocabulary and objective books for grammar. For Logical reasoning, he preferred MK Pandey book. For Legal aptitude section, he finds his coaching material and lots of mocks better for the practice. He preferred reading the newspaper and solving website’s quizzes. According to him be punctual in your studies and never lie to yourself.
Abhinav Jindal (AIR 1) CLAT 2016 from Bhatinda. According to Abhinav tips for preparing for the CLAT exam. Practice math thoroughly. Have a good understanding of the different legal provisions for saving time in Legal Reasoning, Be quick in reading and fluent, while having a good vocabulary for English. Be selective in GK (Statics or Current) and comprehension skills in Logical Reasoning section.
Hope their the success tips of the toppers may and their dedication and hard work may influence you. If they can do it, then ask yourself why not me?. Start your preparation now with full dedication only for making to the CLAT, which should be the first priority.
Assessment, preparation, practice and strategized study plan are the pillar of good CLAT score. Study daily for 6-7 hours. Take at least 3-4 CLAT Mock Test daily, it will help to understand the pattern and master the time, improve the speed and accuracy. Solve 500+ GK and Legal GK supplement. Practice and analyze your practice and check how much improvement is required. Give much attention to the weak subject because it will be the most challenging and time-consuming during the examinations.
CLAT 2018 syllabus for UG programme includes English including comprehension(40 marks), General Knowledge and Current Affairs(50 marks), Elementary Mathematics(Numerical Ability) (20 marks), Legal Aptitude(50 marks), Logical Reasoning (40 marks). The paper consists multiple choice questions of 200 marks. Negative mark of 0.25 is deducted for the wrong answer.
The syllabus for UG programme is Constitutional law(50 marks), Jurisprudence(50 marks), other law subjects such as contract, torts, criminal law, international law, IPR(50 marks).
The PG programme syllabus consists Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Other Law Subjects such as Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR etc. Multiple choice questions for 150 marks will be based on the syllabus. Negative marks of 0.25 are deducted for the wrong answer.
The duration of CLAT 2018 exam is 2 hour. Students have to manage the time. So we have the schedules of what to study for the CLAT exam. Stick to the schedule and divide your time for the preparation. First of all focus on the weak subject because it requires much practice. So here are some tips to prepare for CLAT in the last few days.
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