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CLAT 2025 exam pattern - The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) every year releases the CLAT syllabus and exam pattern. For CLAT 2024 Exam, the Consortium revised the CLAT exam pattern 2024. Since the CLAT Exam pattern was changed for CLAT 2024, it is expected that the consortium will not bring any changes to CLAT Exam Pattern 2025. If not changed, the CLAT Question Paper 2025 will have 120 section and five sections; i.e. English Language, Current Affairs including General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Techniques. 

The exam pattern of CLAT 2025 will carry important information such as mode of exam, total number of questions, marking scheme, etc. Candidates are advised to go through the exam pattern of CLAT 2025 thoroughly before appearing for CLAT Exam 2025. It must be noted that the exam pattern of CLAT is also an important part of CLAT preparation. Read below all about CLAT exam pattern 2025, including sectional weightage, exam structure, sectional time limit, marking scheme and sections.

Q:   What changes have been made in CLAT exam pattern?

A:

CLAT Consortium made few changes in CLAT 2024 exam pattern. Hence, it is expected that the consortium won't bring any changes in exam pattern of CLAT 2025. As per the revised pattern, there will be 120 questions for CLAT UG question paper. This means, 30 questions will be reduced from CLAT UG 2024 question paper. Earlier, there were 150 questions in CLAT UG question paper. Moreover, the question paper will be on similar lines as previous series i.e. passage-based objective-types questions of 1 mark each, and 0.25 marks to be deducted for incorrect attempts.

No change in the question paper of CLAT PG has been made, and it will be held as per the previous exam pattern i.e. 120 Objective Type Questions based on core law subjects.

In 2021, the Consortium had removed the descriptive section from the CLAT LL. M. exam pattern. All LL. M. candidates had to attempt 120 multiple-choice questions of 120 marks in a duration of two hours.

 

Q:   What is CLAT syllabus for English?

A:

 CLAT syllabus for English carries the following important topics: 

  • Correcting Incorrect Grammar Sentences
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Tenses
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Spotting Grammatical Errors
  • Active & Passive Voice

Through CLAT English section, the consortium tested following skills:

  • Comprehension and language skills.
  • Ability to read and comprehend the arguments and viewpoints discussed in the passage.
  • The capacity to draw inferences and conclusions
  • The ability to summarise a passage.
  • The ability to compare and contrast various arguments or viewpoints
  • Comprehension of words and phrases.
 

Q:   What is the Exam Pattern of CLAT 2025?

A:

The CLAT exam pattern for UG courses will include key features like type of questions, marking scheme, subjects, Section-wise weightage and other details. CLAT 2025 exam will be held in an offline I. e. Pen-Paper based test mode. The question paper of CLAT 2025 is expected to be of 120 marks for a total of 120 multiple choices based question, if the exam pattern remains the same. Candidates will get two hours to attempt CLAT 2025 question paper. The subjects from which questions were asked in the exam were English Current Affairs including GK, Legal Reasoning Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Techniques. The question paper language was English only. The subject-wise weightage for each section of CLAT UG paper was revised, but earlier it was as under:

English Language - 28-32 questions

Current Affairs including General Knowledge - 35-39 questions

Logical Reasoning - 28-32 questions

Legal Reasoning - 35-39 question

Quantitative Techniques - 13-17 questions

Similarly, the exam pattern of CLAT PG is based on 120 questions of 1 mark each. The questions will be based on the following subjects: Constitutional Law Other areas of law such as Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law, Public International Law, Tax Law, Environmental Law, and Labour & Industrial Law Know more about CLAT UG exam pattern - https://www.shiksha.com/law/clat-exam-pattern Know more about CLAT PG pattern here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/clat-exam-pattern/llm-418.

 

CLAT Exam Pattern 2025 - Key Features

Candidates appearing for CLAT 2025 must note that the consortium has not released the CLAT Exam Pattern yet. Meanwhile, candidates can check CLAT Exam Pattern 2024 below to start preparation:

  • Passage-based questions: Except for the CLAT Quantitative Technique section 2025, the remainder of the four sections will include passage-based questions. The English, Current Affairs, and Logical Reasoning sections will include 450-word passages. The Logical Reasoning section will have short passages of about 350 words. Each passage will be followed by a series of questions. 
  • Quantitative Techniques section: The section will include short sets of facts, propositions, graphs, pictorial representation, etc. The candidate has to derive answers from such passages, representations, etc.
  • CLAT 2024 total number of questions and marking scheme:The CLAT UG exam will contain 120 multiple-choice questions; each question will carry 1 mark.
  • Negative marking: There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for an incorrect answer.
  • Total marks: CLAT 2025 exam is conducted for 120 marks.
  • Exam difficulty level: The difficulty of the CLAT exam 2025 will be of Class 12. Questions asked in Quantitative Techniques are of Class 10 difficulty level.
  • Skills to be evaluated: The CLAT UG question paper will test the comprehension and reasoning skills of candidates. So, rote learning won't cut the ice.  

Also Read: Mock Test for CLAT 2025, Sample Papers: Things to keep in mind

Q:   When should I start preparing for CLAT 2025?

A:

The ideal time to start preparing for the CLAT exam varies from person to person and depends on several factors such as your familiarity with the subject, the level of understanding of the topics covered in the syllabus, and the amount of time and effort you can devote to the preparation. However, as a general guideline, it is recommended that you start preparing for the exam at least 6-8 months before the exam date. This will give you sufficient time to cover the entire syllabus, revise the important topics, solve mock tests and previous year papers, and identify your strengths and weaknesses. If you are already familiar with the subject and have a good understanding of the topics covered in the syllabus, you can start preparing for the exam 3-4 months before the exam date. However, if you are new to the subject or need to improve your understanding of the topics, you may need to start preparing earlier. It is important to note that the CLAT exam is a highly competitive exam, and the level of competition is increasing every year. Therefore, it is important to start preparing early and stay consistent with your preparation. With a focused approach and consistent effort, you can increase your chances of qualifying for the CLAT exam.

 

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.

 

Q:   What kind of questions are included in CLAT question paper?

A:

The CLAT question paper for UG courses will include objective-type questions from subjects such as Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning Quantitative Techniques, English and Current Affairs including General Knowledge. The CLAT paper for the LLM. course will have both objective questions from law subjects such as Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, etc. Generally, the questions are designed as passage followed by series of questions of one mark each. Candidates will have to attempt the questions by reading and interpreting the passages only. 

 

CLAT 2025 Exam Pattern: Highlights

Concerning CLAT 2025 exam pattern, here are the main features of the exam pattern with details about the type of questions, test medium, and other details:

Particulars CLAT Exam Pattern Highlights

Exam mode

Pen-and-paper exam

Exam duration

Two hours

Test language

English 

Type of questions

Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)

Exam subjects

Five (English Language, Current Affairs including General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques)

Total questions

120 MCQs

Maximum marks

120 marks

Marking scheme

+1 for correct answer

-0.25 for incorrect answer

Latest: CLAT 2025 Courses: Check complete list, subject-wise eligibility criteria and other details

Q:   How many questions will be asked in CLAT 2025?

A:

As per the CLAT exam pattern, there will be 120 questions in CLAT 2025. It unlikely that the Consortium will revise the CLAT Exam Pattern 2025 since it did brougt some changes for CLAT 2024. However, until announced candidates can check details about CLAT 2025 Exam Pattern here. Candidates must note that it is not mandatory to solve all the questions. Candidates should solve only those questions which they can solve correctly as there is negative marking in CLAT. During the exam preparation, focus on the chapters from which majority of the questions are added. This will help them in achieving the sectional and overall cut offs are required. The consortium has not released the marking scheme for CLAT 2025 Exam yet. However, aspirants can refer to the marking scheme for UG courses below as per the previous year's exam pattern:

  • For every correct answer, candidates are awarded one mark

  • For every wrong attempt, 0.25 marks are deducted from their total score 

  • No marks are awarded or deducted for questions not left un-attempted

 

Q:   I have not cleared the CLAT exam. Can I appear for the exam again?

A:

Yes, you can definitely appear for the CLAT exam again if you did not clear it in the first attempt. The CLAT exam is conducted once a year by the Consortium for enrolling students in various law courses offered at 24 NLUs in the country.

There is no limit on the number of attempts that you can make for the CLAT exam. However, you have to fulfill the eligibility criteria to appear in the exam. All those candidates who are willing to appear for the CLAT 2025 should meet the eligibility criteria as announced by the Consortium of National Law Universities. All eligible candidates must fill the CLAT 2025 application form before the last date.The consortium released the updated eligibility criteria of CLAT 2025 for admission to 5-year LLB and LLM courses on its official website. These criteria include parameters like academic qualification, minimum marks, age limit, etc.

 

Q:   Will CLAT be conducted in regional languages?

A:

CLAT 2025 is expected to be held in regional language. The Bar Council of India is planning to include vernacular languages as medium of paper in the coming years. Till CLAT exam 2024, it was held in the English language only like in previous years. CLAT 2025 PG Exam is also expected to be conducted in English only.

 

CLAT 2025 Sectional Weightage

The CLAT question paper for UG course admissions is expected to be carrying 120 passage-based multiple-choice questions for a total of 120 marks. Going by the CLAT 2025 sectional weightage, candidates can consider the section-wise questions weightage for each section as under:

Sections

MCQs per section

Maximum Marks

Approximate Weightage (in %)

English Language

28-32 

28-32 

18.66 - 21.33

Current Affairs including General Knowledge

35-39 

35-39 

23.33 - 26

Logical Reasoning

28-32 

28-32

18.66 - 21.33

Legal Reasoning

35-39 

35-39

23.33 - 26

Quantitative Techniques (Elementry Mathematics up to Class 10)

13-17 

13-17 

8.66 - 11.33

Total 

120

120

100%

Also Read: CLAT PG 2025 exam pattern

Q:   Is 'Legal Aptitude' section removed from the CLAT question paper?

A:

As per the CLAT exam pattern released by the NLU Consortium, Legal Reasoning remains a part of the question paper along with Quantitative Techniques, English Current Affairs including General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning. If the exam authority decides to remove any of the sections of CLAT UG question paper, then it will inform the candidates in admission notification itself, so that candidates can prepare for the exam accordingly. The Legal Reasoning section has been removed from AILET question paper only.

 

Q:   Is there negative marking in CLAT Exam?

A:

Yes, the CLAT exam has negative marking of -0.25 marks for wrong attempt. Unanswered questions have no negative marking. Candidates must select questions to solve very carefully in the CLAT exam. They should solve only those questions which they know they can solve accurately.

  • For every correct answer, candidates are awarded one mark

  • For every wrong attempt, 0.25 marks are deducted from their total score 

  • No marks are awarded or deducted for questions not left un-attempted

CLAT Marking ParametersMarks Awarded
Correct answer+1 marks
Incorrect answer-0.25 marks
Un-attempted question0 marks
 

Q:   What kind of questions are included in CLAT question paper?

A:

The CLAT question paper for UG courses will include objective-type questions from subjects such as Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning Quantitative Techniques, English and Current Affairs including General Knowledge. The CLAT paper for the LLM. course will have both objective questions from law subjects such as Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, etc. Generally, the questions are designed as passage followed by series of questions of one mark each. Candidates will have to attempt the questions by reading and interpreting the passages only. 

 

CLAT 2025 Exam Pattern: Marking Scheme

CLAT 2025 Exam Pattern is expected to remain same as CLAT 2024 exam pattern was changed. The consortium will release the marking scheme for CLAT 2025 Exam soon. Meanwhile, aspirants can refer to the marking scheme for UG courses from previous year below:

  • For every correct answer, candidates are awarded one mark

  • For every wrong attempt, 0.25 marks are deducted from their total score 

  • No marks are awarded or deducted for questions not left un-attempted

CLAT Marking Parameters Marks Awarded
Correct answer +1 marks
Incorrect answer -0.25 marks
Un-attempted question 0 marks

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Q:   When will the CLAT 2025 exam be held?

A:

The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has announced the exam date of CLAT 2025. The Consortium will conduct CLAT 2025 Exam on December 1, 2024. The exam authority will publish the admission notification for CLAT 2025 with details of syllabus, exam pattern and events on the official website. 

 

Q:   What is the level of questions to be asked in CLAT 2025 question paper?

A:

The level of questions for CLAT 2025 paper defines the difficulty level of the question paper. Therefore, the level of the questions asked in CLAT UG exam is of Class 12 or above except for Quantitative Techniques questions. The difficulty level of Quantitative Techniques section is of Class 10 or basic level. Candidates should note that the level of questions asked in General Knowledge and Current Affairs is not defined, and it can be asked from any where including newspapers and past one year Current Affairs.

 

Q:   What type of questions are asked in CLAT exam?

A:

The CLAT Exam 2025 will consists of 120 questions. Since CLAT Syllabus 2024 was revised, it is expected that it will not be revised for CLAT 2025.  UG CLAT syllabus 2025 will consist of five sections - English language, General knowledge and current affairs, legal aptitude, logical reasoning and quantitative abilities. The CLAT LLM syllabus consists of topics from common law subjects of LLB programmes.

 

CLAT Syllabus 2025

The syllabus for UG includes mentions important topics that candidates must refer to prepare well for the exam. The details of CLAT syllabus 2025 for each section are:

CLAT Sections Important Topics
English Language
  • Grammar (correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, fill in the blanks, etc.)
  • Vocabulary
Current Affairs including General Knowledge
  • Static GK (Arts & Culture and History)
  • Knowledge of all events happening nationally and internationally
Logical Reasoning
  • Relationships
  • Analogies
  • Logical Sequences
  • Arguments
Legal Reasoning
  • General awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues
Quantitative Techniques
  • Ratios and Proportions
  • Basic Algebra
  • Mensuration
  • Statistics

Also Read: Important topics to study from CLAT 2025 syllabus

Q:   Which is the most difficult section of the CLAT 2025?

A:
As per the exam analysis of CLAT exam held in previous years, the difficulty level of all the sections are as under: English Language - Generally the questions asked in this section are considered easy. However, candidates can find them lengthy and time-taking as the questions are based on passages only. Current Affairs including General Knowledge - The questions in this section are of Easy to Moderate difficulty level depending on the events and technicality. Logical Reasoning - The questions asked in this section of CLAR paper are of easy to moderately difficult level due to facts and data interpretation. Legal Reasoning This section of CLAT paper is of easy to moderate difficult level as the questions are mostly asked from Legal domain, trending events, lex maxims, and current landmark judgements. Quantitative Techniques - Although the weightage of this section is lesser than the rest, the questions asked around Mathematics subject can be tricky/ twisted, which makes it moderate to difficult level. Know all about CLAT question paper analysis here - https://www.shiksha.com/law/clat-exam-analysis.
 

Q:   What is the syllabus for CLAT logical reasoning session?

A:

Following analysis about Logical Reasoning section of CLAT exam in the past years can help students in better preparation: 

ParticularsDetails
Number of questions asked28-32
Weightage18.66 - 21.33 %
Type of questions asked

Passage-based questions. 

  • Length - Each passage will be around 300 words.
  • Questions - Each passage will be followed by a series of questions  
Skills tested
  • Recognize an argument, its premises, and conclusions;
  • Read and identify the arguments set out in the passage;
  • Critically analyze patterns of reasoning, and assess how conclusions may depend on particular premises or evidence;
  • Infer what follows from the passage and apply these inferences to new situations;
  • Draw relationships and analogies, identify contradictions and equivalence and assess the effectiveness of arguments. 
Question areas

Sources include opinion and editorial pieces from newspapers and magazines, and essays on moral philosophy available online and in various books. Some passages will be created specifically for the exam.

Examples of source material include:

  • Ethics in the real world - 82 brief essays on Things That Matter by Peter Singer
  • Articles and Editorials taken from The Economist, a leading international newspaper
  • History for Health published by the Telegraph
  • Where I am - An editorial published in the Indian Express. 
 

Q:   What is CLAT syllabus for English?

A:

 CLAT syllabus for English carries the following important topics: 

  • Correcting Incorrect Grammar Sentences
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Tenses
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Spotting Grammatical Errors
  • Active & Passive Voice

Through CLAT English section, the consortium tested following skills:

  • Comprehension and language skills.
  • Ability to read and comprehend the arguments and viewpoints discussed in the passage.
  • The capacity to draw inferences and conclusions
  • The ability to summarise a passage.
  • The ability to compare and contrast various arguments or viewpoints
  • Comprehension of words and phrases.
 

CLAT Books 2025

Check few important section-wise CLAT books 2025 that candidates can refer to prepare for the exam:

CLAT Sections Important CLAT Books
English Language
  • English Grammar by Wren & Martin
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
Current Affairs including General Knowledge
  • General Knowledge 2022-2023-2024 by Arihant Publications
  • Manorama Year Book
Logical Reasoning
  • A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
  • Arihant’s A New Approach to Verbal and Analytical Reasoning
Legal Reasoning
  • Pearson's Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning
  • Pearson’s Guide to the CLAT
Quantitative Techniques
  •  NCERT Class 10 Book
  • Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal

Also Read: CLAT Sample Papers 2025 PDF - Previous Years' Sample Paper Download Link

Q:   Which are the best books for CLAT 2025?

A:

Among all the books of CLAT 2025 in the world, first, go for the NCERT books. You must complete all the NCERT books first before moving to other reference books available in the market. After completing the NCERT books, you can go for the following books to boost up your practice and concepts: Universal’s LLB Entrance Guide, Lexis Nexis, Objective Arithmetic, GK Today, India Year Book and Analytical, Logical Reasoning by RS Aggarwal,  Word Power Made Easy,  Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal,  Manorama Year Book and Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey.

 

Q:   Which are the best books for English to crack CLAT 2025?

A:

English sections of CLAT will test the reading, comprehension and basic grammar skills of the aspirants. Aspirants must focus on improving their reading skills while preparing for CLAT English section. Candidates should concentrate on grammar and vocabulary too. Candidates can check CLAT 2025 best books for English Language including comprehension here: English is Easy by Chetananand Singh,  Barron’s Pocket Guide to Vocabulary,  Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis,  Objective General English by RS Aggarwal, High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin.

 

Q:   Which books are there for CLAT exam?

A:

For general knowledge, one can refer to the Lucent GK. The Current Affairs for CLAT 2025 can be prepared by reading daily newspapers and monthly magazines. The CLAT legal aptitude will have questions on topics such as Constitutional law, Law of Torts, Personal laws, Law of Contract, Jurisprudence, legal Current Affairs etc. There are various study materials available in online mode, including online coaching. The e-paper, articles, journals, and YouTube videos on CLAT preparation are important resources. Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey Bare Acts of Indian Constitution LexisNexis Butterworths Legal Awareness and Legal Aptitude by Andhra Pradesh Bhardwaj Universals CLAT Guide

 

CLAT 2025 Exam Pattern - Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the key questions asked around the exam pattern of CLAT exam are as under:

Q:   Is AILET tougher than CLAT?

A:
Yes, the difficulty level of AILET is usually higher than CLAT as the competition is five times more for the limited seats of B.A. LL.B. And LL. M. courses available at NLU Delhi. Moreover, the exam pattern of AILET is also different than CLAT exam pattern. The cutoff marks are also higher for AILET conducted by NLU Delhi. CLAT cutoff marks vary every year but are moderate as there are 23 participating National Law Universities. Therefore, candidates can assume that AILET is tougher than CLAT exam.
 

Q:   Please explain a proper strategy for CLAT for pure droppers, with proper schedule.

A:
If you are a dropper, you know that it is not just the knowledge that is tested in the CLAT exam; it tests your intellect. If you are a dropper, you have plenty of time to practice mock tests because your basics are clear. So try to attempt one mock test daily and slowly increase it to two mock tests. After taking the test it is important to analyze your test and evaluate your performance regularly. While practising, you can also explore your choices. Try attempting different sections first, and know your strong area to start in the exam. After practising a lot of tests, you will have an idea about which section to attempt first and how much time to allot to each section. Once you build this master plan before the exam, nobody can stop you from cracking it. A dropper can devote more time to CLAT preparation as compared to the school students. This can be your plus point and a motivation factor to crack the exam this year. If you get frustrated thinking about your year dropped, just think, You Can And You Will. If this method does not work, talk to your mentors and your friends, and keep yourself motivated. Make your own strategy and work on it rather than seeing other students. Always make sure to satisfy yourself with the preparation you do. Some tips for the droppers- You may sometimes feel that your class fellows are joining the best colleges and having all the fun. But joining a college of your choice is better to keep away from future regrets. Never think that you are wasting your time. Take it as an opportunity to crack your dream law school. Don't self doubt. Mock test marks are not your original CLAT score. They are just the parameters to guide you in your journey. Scores will keep changing if you put more efforts in improving your weaknesses. Let failure not bother you. Fearing results will lead to stress and stop you from giving your best. Understand that your hard work needs a little bit of intelligence to produce good results. All the Best. Good luck.
 

Q:   Will there be any break in between CLAT 2025 exam duration?

A:

No, the candidates were not allowed to take breaks or exit the exam centre while they are attempting CLAT exam. Candidates were allowed to drink water, eat or use the washroom only before or after the exam timings. Therefore, on the day of examination candidates should prepare themselves to sit for two hours straight without any breaks. They should use washroom right before entering the examination hall. They were allowed to carry a transparent water bottle for themselves. However, they should limit the amount of water intake to avoid taking break in between. No request to leave examination hall will be allowed by the centre officials to avoid cheating or any other activities. If you have any medical condition that requires you to take a break, it will be allowed only at prior notification and permission by the exam authority.

 

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You can not get the Admission without clearing the CLAT exam in BA LLB at Vel Tech University.

You can pass the exam then you will get the admission in BA LLB at Vel Tech University 

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Bhavesh Jain

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Answered a month ago

NLIU Bhopal accepts CLAT scores for admission to the BA LLB (Hons) and LLM courses. The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has released the CLAT Fourth Allotment list 2024. As per the NLU Bhopal CLAT cutoff 2024, the Round 1 closing rank for BA LLB (Hons) course was 404. For NLU Bhopal,

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