CLAT Exam Analysis 2025: Difficulty Level, Student Reaction, Good Attempts, Expected Cut Off

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CLAT exam analysis 2025  will be released soon after the CLAT Exam 2025 is over. Shiksha releases the exam analysis for CLAT exam from the test-takers, to know about the question paper details and section-wise difficulty level. CLAT question paper analysis are shared on the basis of the reviews given by the experts and candidates. The CLAT 2024 Exam was observed as moderately difficult with few tricky questions in the CLAT UG Quantitative Techniques section. Moreover, only 2 sections had the most unpredictable questions i.e. Legal Reasoning and Current Affairs & General Knowledge. In this article, candidates can check about CLAT exam analysis 2025 including question paper difficulty level, important topics, exam pattern and expected CLAT cutoff

Q:   Total how many questions are asked in CLAT PG exam?

A:

CLAT PG 2025 Exam will carry 120 questions. The CLAT PG Exam 2025 will be held in a pen-and-paper-based test, meaning that candidates must take the exam on a physical answer sheet with an OMR sheet.The exam consists of 120 multiple-choice questions. The multiple-choice questions test your knowledge of legal reasoning.The duration of the exam is two hours. For each correct answer, one mark is awarded

 

Q:   I scored 80 marks in the CLAT exam. Have I met the cutoff?

A:

No, it is not possible for you to get the NLU, although at this score you must have already received admission letters from private universities. Better take a year's drop.

CLAT cut-off usually ranges between 95-100 for the general category while for SC/ST and OBC category CLAT cut-off usually ranges between 80-85. Based on the previous year's analysis, CLAT Cut-off 2025 for the top 3 NLUs is expected to be between 100-105, and for the top 5 NLUs, it is expected to be between 90-95.

 

Q:   Is there negative marking in CLAT PG?

A:

The CLAT exam's marking scheme is based on the idea of negative grading. This indicates that 0.25 points is subtracted from the candidate's final score for each wrong response. One mark is given for each accurate response, and 0.25 marks is subtracted for each erroneous response. Hence, candidates have to be very carefull while marking their answers. Since, CLAT PG 2025 will have negative marking, students are advised to avoid guesswork and only answer the questions they are confident about.

 

CLAT 2025 Exam Analysis

The exam analysis for CLAT 2025 will be updated below once the CLAT Exam is over, until then candidates can check the CLAT 2024 Student Reaction and Paper Analysis to get an idea. The CLAT Exam Analysis will carry paper details including type of questions, difficulty level, syllabus topics, and expected cutoff marks. It will be helpful in: 

  • Understanding the CLAT exam pattern
  • Expected CLAT 2025 cutoff marks
  • Subject-wise difficulty level 

CLAT 2024 Students Reaction and Paper Analysis

As per the candidates' feedback, there were a few passages in the General Knowledge part that were changed. Some questions with a static orientation were included, along with a few unexpected topics. Even though this segment had at least one straightforward passage, it was still moderately difficult overall.

Another test taker said that, with many conceptual problems, the logical section was moderately long. The English exam was similarly long but not too hard, with a lot of vocabulary problems. Arithmetic was challenging. There were some unexpected themes, and general awareness was only mediocre. By moderate, legal was a little bit long. It was, all in all, fairly long.

Ankita found the exam easy. He expects the CLAT cut off to go up to 97 for top NLUs. For him logical reasoning was the toughest section while other sections were relatively easy.

Aspirants can check the video given below to know what candidates who have appeared for CLAT UG 2024 felt about the CLAT question paper and overall exam. (Will be uploaded soon)

CLAT PG 2024 Students Reaction and Paper Analysis 

Aspirants can check the video given below to know what candidates who have appeared for CLAT PG 2024 felt about the CLAT question paper and overall exam.

 Vikram, a test taker at Noida test centre shared that CLAT PG 2024 was a moderate paper as there were no difficult questions, except for Constitutional Law. He added that Law topics and Contemporary issues had some difficult questions. He shared that Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence were easy. The expected cutoff for CLAT PG 2024 according to him will be around 95. 

Akshit appeared for CLAT LLM 2024 exam for PG admissions, and he shared that question paper was easy. There were no difficult questions, and he could attempt maximum questions within the given time.

Another candidate who took CLAT PG 2024 shared that the paper was moderate this year. He shared that there were no unexpected questions.

Prashidi shared that the question paper of CLAT LLM 2024 was of moderate level. The paper was comprehensive and on the exam pattern of CLAT 2024 only.

Arnav shared that the question paper was bit tricky than expected. 

Watch the video below for exam analysis for CLAT 2024 as shared by test-takers: 

Q:   What is the difficulty level of CLAT 2025?

A:

If you go through the pattern of CLAT exam, you will see that it is mostly general and does not involve any difficult subject. If you have basic understanding of English and have some interest in reading news and Current Affairs you are ready for two sections. The most challenging part, for most students, is Mathematics. However, it is of elementary standard and does not require special knowledge. If you did well in Math in class X, you have an edge. Only section that needs special preparation is legal aptitude. Most class XII students do not have idea about law. If you start in time and join coaching classes for help, you can get a hold of the basics in no time. 
So, we can say that CLAT is easy if you have basic knowledge of topics involved and you are prepared for some hard work to hone your skills further.

 

Q:   Which exam is more difficult - CLAT or AILET?

A:
The difficulty level of CLAT is generally moderate while the AILET paper is usually difficult, as per students' feedback and experts' views. Note that around 3000 UG and 1000 PG seats offered by the NLUs will be filled through CLAT. However, NLU Delhi conducts the AILET exam for filling around 120 UG seats and 80 PG seats offered by the university. Given fewer seats, competition in AILET is higher.
 

Q:   What are CLAT passing marks for the SC and ST category?

A:

CLAT cut off is always released in the form of opening and closing ranks by each NLU after the conclusion of counseling rounds. CLAT 2025 Cut off is expected to range between 95-100 for the general category while for SC/ST and OBC category CLAT Cut off is likely to range between 80-85. CLAT 2025 cut-offs will be released separately for the UG and PG courses, as well as for each category (Open, PwD, SC, ST, OBC). 

 

Expected CLAT 2025 Cutoff

The CLAT expected cutoff 2025 will be updated soon after the exam. The CLAT 2024 Expected Cutoff was 100+ marks as per the students and experts. The CLAT cutoff is the minimum score/rank at which qualified candidates are offered admission in different colleges accepting CLAT scores/ranks. The cutoff is calculated considering various factors such as:

  • Number of applicants
  • Total seats available
  • Difficulty level of the exam
  • Performance of candidates
  • Past year cutoff

CLAT 2024 Expected Cut off 

After the exam analysis shared by the test-takers, the expected cutoff marks for CLAT 2025 will be updated below. Candidates can meanwhile check the expected cut off marks for CLAT 2024 below:

CLAT 2024 Sections

Expected cut off

English Language

20+

Current Affairs including General Knowledge

30+

Logical Reasoning

20+

Legal Reasoning

15+

Quantitative Techniques 

10+

Total

95 expected cut off marks

 

CLAT LLM 2024 Expected Cut off 

After the exam analysis shared by the test-takers, the expected cut off marks for CLAT LLM 2024 is as under:

CLAT 2023 Sections

Expected cut off

Constitutional Law

35+

Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence.

30+

 Law topics and Contemporary issues

30+

Total

90+ expected cut off marks

 

Q:   What after CLAT Result 2025?

A:

The CLAT admission process after the results are declared is as mentioned below: 

  • CLAT counseling: The number of candidates invited for counseling will be FIVE times the number of seats available in each category. The consortium will upload the list of eligible candidates on its website before the start of counseling registration.
  • CLAT cutoff: The Consortium of NLUs will release the CLAT cutoff on its official website at the time of seat allotment. The cutoff is the minimum marks/rank that aspirants need to secure in order to get admission to a 5-year LLB or one-year LLB program.
 

Q:   Which exam is more difficult - CLAT or AILET?

A:
The difficulty level of CLAT is generally moderate while the AILET paper is usually difficult, as per students' feedback and experts' views. Note that around 3000 UG and 1000 PG seats offered by the NLUs will be filled through CLAT. However, NLU Delhi conducts the AILET exam for filling around 120 UG seats and 80 PG seats offered by the university. Given fewer seats, competition in AILET is higher.
 

Q:   What are CLAT 2025 qualifying marks for the OBC category?

A:
 
From the total seats offered at all the National Law Universities (NLUs), a reservation is provided to different categories including OBC, SC, ST, PWD, KM, Armed Forces and more. Know here all about CLAT 2025 Reservation Policy for all NLUs in detail. CLAT cut off for OBC ranges between 70-80. Previously, CLAT cut off for OBC and SC/ST use to be between 80 to 85. Students must note that CLAT 2025 cut off may vary from college to college for all categories of students.
 

CLAT 2023 Exam Analysis

The paper analysis of CLAT 2023 for undergraduate and postgraduate courses was released after the CLAT Exam. Test-takers shared exam analysis of CLAT 2023, and the exam was easier than last year with some tricky questions in Quantitative Techniques for UG paper. On the other hand, for CLAT PG 2023,  students said it was an easy paper based on core law subjects of the three-year LLB course. The expected cut off for CLAT 2023 was 100 for UG paper, and 80-90 for UG paper.

Also read: CLAT 2023 exam analysis and student reaction

Watch the video below for student reaction and exam analysis of CLAT 2023 UG and PG papers:

The exam analysis for CLAT 2023 is as under:

CLAT 2023 Sections

Difficulty Level

Cutoff Marks

English Language

Easy

28+

Current Affairs including General Knowledge

Easy to Moderate

22+

Logical Reasoning

Easy

21+

Legal Reasoning

Easy 

35+

Quantitative Techniques 

Moderate to Difficult

15+

CLAT paper analysis for the exam was shared as easy with only a few tricky questions in Logical Reasoning, Legal Aptitude and GK (unexpected for some). However, students also shared that the question paper for CLAT 2023 was quite lengthy and two hours duration was not sufficient for them. 

Q:   Where can I get the CLAT 2025 invite list?

A:

Only those aspirants who have been included in the CLAT 2025 invite list will be allowed to appear for CLAT 2025 Counselling. The counselling procedure of CLAT 2025 is conducted through an online centralised system. The counselling is conducted separetly for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The entire process is conducted as per the CLAT 2025 counselling dates that is released by consortium. After every round, the consortium will announce the seat allotment for national law universities (NLUs) that are pariticipating in the admission process.

 

Q:   What are Freeze, Float and Exit options in CLAT 2025 counselling?

A:

During CLAT counselling, candidates will be provided the option to choose from three options; i.e. freeze, float and exit. Candidates can understand all options below:

Freeze Option: In case a candidate is happy with the seat alloted to him/her then they can freeze it. With this they won't be allowed to appear in the further rounds of counselling. If a candidate freezes the seat, it means that the candidate is confirming their seat at the allotted National Law University (NLU).

Float Option: If a candidate is not happy with the seat allotted to them and wants to pariticpate in further rounds of counselling they can select the float option. This option mean that candidate is accepting the seat allotted to them but is willing to pariticpate in further rouns of counselling for a better college. Candidate must note that in case they choose the float option and is allotted a seat in the next round then the seat allotted in the previous round will be forfeited.

Exit Option: During the counselling process, if a candidate feels that they don't want to pariticipate further, then they may choose an option to exit. If they choose this option, it means that they are withdrawing from the counselling process and they will not be considered for further round of counselling. 

 

CLAT 2022 Exam Analysis

CLAT 2022 was conducted in 131 test centres across the nation, and many test-takers reported difficulty in reaching to the exam centre due to ongoing student protests. However, those who appeared for CLAT 2022 shared the exam analysis as under: 

CLAT 2022 Sections

Difficulty Level

Questions details

English Language

Easy

All the questions were based on the syllabus. 

Current Affairs including General Knowledge

Moderate, due to a few unexpected questions

Unexpected questions for current affairs. Some questions were based on Ukraine war, Drone Shakti, CSR for Business, ISRO etc. 

Logical Reasoning

Moderate, due to lengthy questions

A few tricky questions but lengthy section. There were short passages, and contextual. 

Legal Reasoning

Easy to Moderate, due to a few tricky questions

A few tricky questions but lengthy section. Some questions were based on Special Marriage Act, 2-3 passages based on Indian Constitution, Fundamental Rights, Bigamy, Monism and Dualism from International Law etc. 

Quantitative Techniques 

Moderate, due to a few tricky questions

All the questions were based on the syllabus, and easy to attempt. Some questions were based on data interpretation and sufficiency. However, there were no graph based questions. 

Overall difficulty level

Moderate

Moderately difficult and lengthy questions

The exam analysis shared insights on the difficulty level of CLAT paper, section-wise syllabus weightage, and other important aspects of the examination. Candidates who appeared CLAT 2022 examination shared the exam analysis and student reaction after the exam. Watch the video below:

With CLAT 2022 exam analysis, law aspirants will also get an idea about the exam conducting facilities.

Q:   How many seats are available for admission through CLAT 2025?

A:

At the moment, there are a total of 24 NLUs that are participating institutes of CLAT 2025. The seat intake for all the courses offered at NLUs has been revised as under:
For the five-year LL.B. - The integrated law programme is offered by all the 24 NLUs, with the seat intake standing at 3,213 seats. For the one-year LL. M. - The programme is offered by 21 NLUs, which have a combined intake of 1,217 seats. In 2021, total 4,009 seats were available, out of which 3,012 seats are available for UG courses and 997 seats are available for PG course admissions. Know in detail about NLU-wise Courses and Seat Intake here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/articles/nlus-in-india-blogId-23517.

 

Q:   Will CLAT be held twice in 2025?

A:

In 2022, CLAT exam was held twice, I. e. on June 19 as CLAT 2022, and on December 18, 2022 as CLAT 2023. However, from 2024 onwards, CLAT exam is to be conducted once in a year only, as confirmed by the exam officials in the latest notification. Earlier, CLAT exam was conducted in May or June, but from 2024 onwards the entrance exam will be conducted in December (of preceding year to the admission year) itself for concluding admissions on time. Therefore, CLAT counselling process will be completed by May of each academic year.

 

CLAT 2021 Analysis

CLAT 2021 analysis shared that the question paper was of easy to moderate but lengthy as per the test-takers. Candidates can download the CLAT question paper. The provisional and final CLAT answer key were out on July 23 and July 27, respectively. CLAT result was declared on July 29 (12:30 AM).

The CLAT exam was conducted by the Consortium of NLUs on July 23 from 2:00-4:00 PM. The CLAT 2021 exam was held similar to last year. However, the NLU Consortium changed the question paper format. Unlike last year, this year candidates had to appear for the law exam in offline mode as a pen-and-paper based test. The CLAT question paper for UG courses contained 150 passage-based objective-type questions of 150 marks. Candidates had to attempt the paper in two hours. There was also negative marking of 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer. 

Majority of the students who appeared for the CLAT exam, found the paper lengthy. The overall difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate.

CLAT 2021 Sections

Difficulty Level

Good Attempts

English Language

Easy

24-27

Current Affairs including General Knowledge

Easy to Moderate

20-24

Logical Reasoning

Moderate

19-21

Legal Reasoning

Easy to Moderate

34-36

Quantitative Techniques 

Easy

8-10

Total

Easy to Moderate

105-115

Section-Wise CLAT Analysis 2021

Check CLAT paper analysis for different sections below:

English

  • There were total six passages and 30 MCQs in the section
  • The questions asked in the section were easy

GK including Current Affairs

  • There were total seven passages and 35 MCQs in the section
  • The questions asked in the section were moderate to difficult
  • Many questions were also based on static GK

Logical Reasoning

  • There were total six passages and 30 MCQs in the section
  • The questions asked in the section were of easy to moderate level
  • Some students especially found the Logical Reasoning section lengthy
  • There were many passages on the COVID-19 pandemic

Legal Reasoning

  • The section contained the maximum number of passages and MCQs
  • There were total eight passages and 40 MCQs in the section
  • The questions in the section were easy to moderate
  • Some students faced difficulty in interpretting the meaning of the questions

Quantitative Techniques

  • As last year, the section contained the least number of passages and MCQs
  • There were total three passages and 15 MCQs in the section
  • Among all the sections, Quantitative Techniques was the easiest to attempt

Also Read:

CLAT 2021 Analysis by Experts & Expected Cutoff

CLAT 2021 Exam Analysis by Students: Expected Cutoff, Paper Difficulty

Also watch students' feedback on CLAT 2021 exam:

CLAT 2020 Analysis and Student Reaction

Last year, major changes were made in the exam pattern of CLAT and there were 150 questions as compared to a total of 200 questions in the past years. Besides, the paper carried more comprehensive questions from each section. The questions in the CLAT exam were of moderate difficulty level. Candidates found the paper a bit lengthy due to the inclusion of comprehension-type questions. Check out the number of passages and questions asked from each section along with their difficulty level below:

CLAT Sections

Number of Passages & MCQs

Difficulty Level

English 

Passages - 6

MCQs - 30 

Moderate 

GK and CA

Passages - 7

MCQs - 36 

Difficult

Logical Reasoning

Passages - 5

MCQs - 30 

Easy

Legal Reasoning

Passages - 8

MCQs - 39 

Easy to Moderate 

Quantitative Techniques

Passages - 3

MCQs - 15 

Moderate to Difficult 

Total 

150 Moderate 

Section-Wise CLAT 2020 Analysis

Check section-wise key highlights for CLAT 2020 analysis below:

English

  • The section had lengthy passages
  • Questions were of moderate difficulty level
  • Many questions were asked on vocabulary
  • Some important topics covered were Idioms/Phrases and Figures of Speech  
  • There were no questions on grammar

Legal Reasoning

  • The section was based on general awareness of law
  • Some questions were tricky to answer
  • Students with a good understanding of important of legal terms could answer the questions with ease
  • The difficulty level of the section was easy to moderate

GK including Current Affairs

  • The section was tough as well as tricky
  • The section tested candidates' knowledge and analytical skills on latest events
  • Questions were covered on important events such as COVID-19, National Education Policy and Atmanirbhar Bharat Scheme

Logical Reasoning

  • The section included both analytical and critical reasoning questions
  • The questions were based on straight facts of current news and events
  • The difficulty level of the section was easy to moderate

Quantitative Techniques

  • The section contained tricky questions
  • Some questions based on dimensions and geometry were complicated to answer
  • There were many calculative questions
  • Overall, the section was moderate to difficult

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CLAT Exam Analysis (Previous Years)

Check detailed CLAT exam analysis for past five years (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015) for reference below:

CLAT Exam Year  CLAT Exam Analysis
CLAT 2019

CLAT 2019 was held on May 26. As per exam expert, Pranav Mishra, questions were skewed on traditional lines, neither tricky nor time consuming. If not for a few questions here and there in Math section, the paper surfaced out as a non-controversial and well framed attempt by CLAT committee.

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CLAT 2018

As per the exam expert Vikas Jha, CLAT 2018 held on May 13 was affected by many technical glitches. Moreover, candidates at many test centres could not complete their exam due to insufficient time. They shared the exam was good but lengthy. The expert also shared that the exam was tougher than CLAT 2017 and hence, the cut off marks were expected to go low.

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CLAT 2017

CLAT 2017 was held on May 14 in computer-based test mode. As per the expert analysis, the exam was a bit difficult than the previous year and GK and Mathematics were the most difficult sections of all. The overall cut off marks were expected between 145-150 from a total of 200 marks.

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CLAT 2016

CLAT 2016 was held on May 8. Majority of the students found the paper easy. In fact, some found it to be one of the easiest papers ever. The Legal Aptitude section contained short Reading Comprehension passages, while a good amount of Current Affairs were asked in the GK section. Questions in the English section were extremely easy, however, Logical Reasoning and Mathematics sections contained slightly tougher questions.  

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CLAT 2015

CLAT 2015 was conducted on May 10 and it was the eighth edition of the exam. Total questions asked were 200 and candidates had to complete the paper in two hours. Majority of the students found the paper difficult. Out of the all the sections, Legal Aptitude was the toughest section followed by Logical Reasoning and GK. English was easy. 

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