Consortium of National Law Universities is going to conduct the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020 on September 28, 2020. The national level entrance test is conducted every year for students who wish to pursue undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law programmes. Through this exam, candidates can get admission into 22 National Law Universities across the country. Around 50,000 candidates are appearing for CLAT 2020 and hence, the competition is tough. As the exam is nearing, there are certain last-minute important tips that every candidate must follow to clear the examination.
CLAT examination comprises of some topics that are tough to understand and grasp at the last moment. Candidates are advised to not learn or revise any new topic which they previously didn’t understand. Leaning on such tricky topics can create confusion and dwindle their confidence-level. Instead, candidates can focus on revising the topics that are easy and which they have fully understood. This will help them increase their focus, confidence and surety while giving the examination.
Candidates are advised to go through the mock tests that they have previously given. Mock tests cover a wide-range of concepts and provide a quick revision to students. They are also advised to solve previous year question papers before the exam day. This shall provide them a clear idea of the exam pattern. Furthermore, CLAT previous year question papers can help candidates manage their time and get into the exam-solving grid. All these efforts are just to boost the confidence of aspirants.
CLAT exam consists of subjects like English (Comprehension), General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Elementary Maths, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. While preparing for the English section, candidates are advised to read passages and comprehensions. Understanding the central idea of the passage is of paramount importance. Students must also read the newspaper on a regular basis to update themselves with current affairs. The legal aptitude section requires conceptual clarity and this is possible through multiple revisions. Hence, candidates must revise and revisit the concepts regularly. For logical reasoning, candidates just require a composed mind, clarity of thoughts and concentration. They can acquire this by solving mock tests on a daily basis within the stipulated time-period.
CLAT exam must be solved by keeping the marking scheme in mind. The entrance exam has negative marking. For every wrong answer, 0.25 marks are deducted from the total marks obtained. To avoid this, candidates must de-clutter their minds and not take unnecessary tension. They must keep a positive, calm and composed mindset before the examination. A good night’s sleep and a healthy diet can motivate students to study every day without missing any schedule. Nothing is difficult and the same goes for CLAT. Stay confident and have faith in the efforts and hard work. Success shall follow suit.