CLAT 2023 Syllabus (Out Soon): Subjects-wise Syllabus & Weightage, Important Topics, Marks Distribution

Common Law Admission Test 2022 ( CLAT )

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CLAT Syllabus 2023 - The official syllabus for the UG and PG programs for CLAT 2023 will be shared by the Consortium of NLUs along with the admission notification. Candidates will be able to check the syllabus for CLAT 2023 at consortiumofnlus.ac.in. The syllabus for CLAT 2023, which is scheduled to be held on December 18, 2022 is expected to be same as CLAT 2022 syllabus. CLAT 2023 UG question paper will also be based on five subjects - Current Affairs including GK, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, English, and Quantitative Techniques. On the other hand, the CLAT 2023 syllabus for LLM will be based on core law subjects/ topics like Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, etc. Candidates can refer to the syllabus of CLAT 2022 for the upcoming exam preparing until the updated syllabus for CLAT 2023 is announced by the consortium.

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CLAT Syllabus 2023 - Subjects & Weightage

The question paper of CLAT exam will be carrying different weightage for all subjects, therefore, the candidates taking the exam need to take a look at the table below:

Section Questions Marks Weightage (%)
Current Affairs, including General Knowledge 35-39 35 - 39 23.33 - 26
English Language 28-32 28 - 32 18.66 - 21.33
Logical Reasoning 28-32 28 - 32 18.66 - 21.33
Quantitative Techniques 13-17 13 - 17 8.66 - 11.33
Legal Reasoning 35-39 35 - 39 23.33 - 26
Total 150 150 100

In all the subjects, candidates will be evaluated on their reading skills, critical thinking and analytical ability. Further, check the detailed CLAT 2023 syllabus for all the sections of the exam as released by the Consortium.

Download complete section-wise CLAT UG syllabus in PDF format - Click Here

Download complete section-wise CLAT LLM syllabus in PDF format - Click Here

CLAT Syllabus 2023 - Overview 

  • Skills Tested - Comprehension and reasoning skills and abilities of the candidate.
  • Prior knowledge of legal subjects - The CLAT exam will test whether the candidate has the aptitude and skills required for legal education, rather than test his knowledge of legal subjects. That being said, prior knowledge may be useful for answering questions in the Current Affairs section.   
  • Sections - The question paper will have FIVE sections - 1) English Language 2) Current Affairs, including General Knowledge 3) Legal Reasoning 4) Logical Reasoning, and 5) Quantitative Techniques.
  • Duration of the exam - 2 hours
  • Types of questions asked - Multiple-choice questions
  • Number of questions - 150
  • Marking scheme - 1 mark to be awarded for a correct answer; 0.25 marks will be deducted for an incorrect answer. 
  • Mode of exam - Offline

Below we discuss the syllabus for each of the five subjects in detail. 

CLAT 2023 Syllabus: English Language

Candidates can understand the key features of CLAT exam from the table below:

Particulars  Details
Number of questions asked 28-32 
Weightage 18.66 - 21.33 %
Type of questions asked

Passage-based questions

  • Length - Each passage will be around 450 words.
  • Source - The passages will be derived from contemporary or historically significant fiction and non-fiction writing.
  • Estimated time needed to read a passage - 5-7 minutes.  
  • Questions - Each passage will be followed by a series of questions  
Skills tested
  • 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.
Question areas

May cover various topics, including technical and scientific matters.

No prior knowledge is needed.

Difficulty level 12th Standard

Important topics 

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

Reference material

To prepare for the English language section of CLAT 2022, the candidate must not only be able to read fast but also be able to clearly comprehend what is given in the passage. Here are some book suggestions you can use to prepare for the exam. 

  • The Pearson Guide to the CLAT (English) 
  • Word Power Made Easy New Revised & Expanded Edition (English) by Norman Lewis
  • Objective General English (English) by RS Aggarwal
  • High School English Grammar & Composition (English) by PC Wren, H Martin
  • High School English Grammar by Wren and Martin

Also Read: CLAT 2023: preparation strategy & tips to attempt questions in English Language Section

CLAT Syllabus: Currents Affairs including General Knowledge

Features  Details
Number of questions asked 35-39
Weightage 23.33 - 26 %
Type of questions asked

Passage-based questions

  • Length - Each passage will be around 450 words.
  • Source - The passages will be derived from news, journalistic sources, and other non-fiction writing.
  • Prior knowledge of law subjects - While questions may include examination of legal information or knowledge, you don't need any prior knowledge to answer these questions. The answers to each question will be hidden in the passage.   
  • Estimated time needed to read a passage - 5-7 minutes.  
  • Questions - Each passage will be followed by a series of questions  
Skills tested

Awareness of various aspects of current affairs and GK, including

  • Contemporary events of national and international significance
  • Arts and culture
  • International affairs
  • Historical events of continuing significance
Question areas

- News, journalistic sources, and other non-fiction writing

- Intended to test your depth of understanding of issues and events of significance, rather than mere fact or trivia-based knowledge of such issues and events.

Questions may ask you to:

  • Fill in missing information in blanks
  • Identify causes and consequences of the events described in the passages
  • Answer questions about personalities and events associated with the events in the passage
  • Answer questions about awards, recognitions, and other events of significance associated with persons mentioned in the passage.
  • Answer questions related to laws and other events of legal significance (such as judgments) associated with events mentioned in the passage.
  • Questions may also relate to matters associated with events mentioned in the passage. 

While the focus will be on recent and current events, some questions with historical significance may also be asked. These questions will gauge your understanding of the causes of such events.

CLAT Reference material:

The Current Affairs and GK section, as mentioned above, will require the candidate to read a given passage and find the answers. So, there is no need to memorize things and bank on rote learning to score well in the section. Instead, you must learn how to quickly read and comprehend a passage and develop skills to extract the gist of the topic. To prepare for the section, read the topics like arts and culture, international affairs, historical and contemporary events, etc. Once you are done with reading, try to figure out the various nuances, the context, and historical significance (if any).  Here are some books that can help you prepare for the section.

  • Manorama Yearbook  
  • General Knowledge  
  • Lucent’s General Knowledge  
  • Pratiyogita Darpan
  • Pearson’s Concise GK Manual
  • Competition Review Yearbook

Also ReadCLAT Preparation 2023: How to attempt questions in Current Affairs & GK section?

Download CURRENT AFFAIRS 2023 Guide - Click Here

CLAT Syllabus: Quantitative Techniques

The CLAT exam carrying QA questions will be based on the following factors:

Particulars  Details
Number of questions asked 13 - 17
Weightage 8.66 - 11.33%
Type of questions asked

The section will include:

  • Short sets of facts or propositions
  • Graphs
  • Other textual material
  • Pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information

These items will be followed by a series of questions  

Skills tested 

The section will test the candidate's ability to:

  • Derive, infer, and manipulate numerical information
  • Apply 10th standard mathematical operation, including ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration, and statistical estimation.
Question areas

Number theory and basic arithmetic

Averages and Percentages

Ratio and Proportion

Mixtures and alligations

Time and work

Time, distance, and speed

Fractions and equations

Monetary evaluations

Probability

Permutation and combinations

Difficulty level 10th standard

CLAT Reference material

The quantitive section will be of the 10th standard, so if you put your mind to it, you can score handsomely in the section. The trick is to do lots of practice, like solve sample papers and problem sets given at the end of each chapter. Also, check the types of questions asked, and ensure you solve a lot of similar questions.

  • S Chand’s 30 Days Wonder for Maths
  • Class 10 NCERT book
  • Maths 18 Days Wonder by S Chand
  • Quantitative Aptitude ebook (All Parts Solved) by RS Aggarwal

CLAT Syllabus: Legal Reasoning

The Legal Reasoning section of CLAT exam will be as under:

Particulars Details
Number of questions asked 35-39 
Weightage 23.33 - 26 %
Type of questions asked

Passage-based questions

  • Length - Each passage will be around 450 words.
  • Source - The passages may relate to fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions, or moral philosophical inquiries. 
  • Prior knowledge of law - No prior knowledge is needed to answer these passage-based questions. The answers will be hidden in the passage.   
    • However, general awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues may help you better apply general principles or propositions to the given fact scenarios.
  • Estimated time needed to read a passage - 5-7 minutes.  
  • Questions - Each passage will be followed by a series of questions  
Skills tested
  • Identify and infer the rules and principles set out in the passage
  • Apply such rules and principles to various fact situations; and
  • Understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter their application to various fact situations.
Question areas

Questions will be based on:

- News articles and books associated with topics of law

- Certain passages will be created specifically for the exam

- the candidate has to find the facts and applicable rules. Until 2019, the proposition and factual context were clearly presented.

- The purpose is not to test the knowledge of law but the application of rules to a factual context based on the constraints presented to you.

Difficulty level 12th Standard

CLAT Legal Reasoning Important topics 

  • Legal Maxims
  • Important Supreme Court Judgments
  • Legal GK
  • Indian Constitution
  • Important Acts and Amendments of the Legislature
  • Current Affairs

CLAT Reference Material

The Legal Aptitude, along with the Current Affairs and GK, carries the maximum 25% weightage. So, there is extra motivation to do well in the section. As mentioned above, you don't need any knowledge of the law to do well in the section. So, you needn't bother much about the legal side of the topics included in the section. Instead, you must work on developing the skill sets required to become a lawyer, i.e., learn how to apply general principles or propositions to the given fact scenarios. Here are a few books that can help you master the section.  

  1. Legal Awareness and Legal Aptitude by AP Bhardwaj
  2. LST’s Legal Reasoning Module
  3. CLAT Guide by Universal
  4. National dailies - The Hindu, Indian Express, etc.
  5. In addition, there are also lots of good resources on YouTube and Online.

Also ReadCLAT Preparation 2023: How to attempt questions in Legal Reasoning section?

CLAT Syllabus: Logical Reasoning

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

Particulars Details
Number of questions asked 28-32
Weightage 18.66 - 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. 

CLAT Logical Reasoning Important topics 

  • Analogies
  • Relationships
  • Syllogism
  • Cause & Effect
  • Premises & Conclusion
  • Inferences

CLAT Reference material

The only way to master this section is through lots of practice. Simply reading and trying to rote-learn things won't cut the ice as far as Logical reasoning is concerned. So, solve as many problems as you can for all the topics included in the section. To help your case, you may refer to previous years' CLAT question papers to find out the types of questions asked. Here are some reference books for CLAT 2022 logical reasoning.  

  1. 501 Challenging Logical Reasoning Practice Book
  2. Analytical Reasoning (English) by MK Pandey
  3. A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
  4. Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal

CLAT Pattern 2022

The detailed CLAT 2022 exam notification has been released on January 1 (along with the release of the CLAT 2022 application form). The consortium has released the syllabi for the undergraduate and postgraduate courses that will be following to set questions in CLAT 2022 exam.

CLAT exam pattern details

Factors 5-year LLB One-year LLM
Exam mode Offline Offline
Type of questions Objective type test Objective type test
Total number of question 150 MCQs
120 MCQs (No descriptive questions were asked in 2021)
Exam duration 2 hours 2 hours
Negative marking
+1 mark for a correct answer
-0.25 marks for incorrect answer
+1 mark for a correct answer
-0.25 marks for incorrect answer
Language English English

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CLAT Preparation Tips 2023 by Experts & Toppers

To perform well in CLAT, it is not enough to only understand the exam syllabus and pattern but the candidates should also know the strategy, tips and tricks to attempt each section. Here are some preparation tips for CLAT 2022 as shared by the exam experts:

Also, go through CLAT exam analysis for the years 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016 below to know the difficulty level and pattern of the exam in previous years:

Previous Years’ CLAT Exam Analysis

CLAT 2021 Exam Analysis & Cut off

CLAT 2020 Exam Analysis & Cut off

CLAT 2019 Exam Analysis by Experts

CLAT 2018 Exam Analysis & Cutoffs

CLAT 2017 Exam Analysis by Experts

CLAT 2016 Exam Analysis by Experts

CLAT Preparation Tips by Toppers

Go through the articles below to know the preparation strategy of CLAT toppers of previous years:

CLAT Topper Interviews (UG)
CLAT 2021 Topper Interview: From a doctor’s family, Manhar Bansal, AIR 1, chooses a different path CLAT 2021 topper: Sukarm, AIR 5, says improve reading speed to manage time
CLAT 2020 Topper Interview: AIR 1, Aprajita says Regular practice, consistency is key to success CLAT, AILET 2020 Topper Interview: Take mocks, manage time to score good, says Anhad Kaur
AILET & CLAT 2019 Topper Interview: AIR 1, Saumya Singh shares prep tips CLAT 2019 Topper Interview: AIR 2, Harsh Tomar wants to become a corporate lawyer
CLAT Topper Interview 2019: AIR 5 Mouli Jain used Pomodoro technique for preparation CLAT 2019 Topper Interview: AIR 8, Shubh Mittal wants to be a politician
CLAT 2018 Topper Interview: AIR 1, Aman Garg shares his success mantra CLAT 2018 Topper: AIR 6, Shikhar Agarwal shares that being calm & focused is importan

CLAT Syllabus 2023 FAQs

Q: What is the syllabus for CLAT exam?

A: The CLAT syllabus for UG courses includes passage-based questions from five subjects -  English, Current Affairs including GK, Quantitative Techniques, Legal Reasoning and Logical Reasoning. 

Q: Is CLAT difficult?

A: The difficulty level of CLAT exam paper is usually moderate. Check complete  CLAT exam analysis.

Q: Does CLAT syllabus change every year?

A: No, the CLAT syllabus usually remains the same every year. However, some modifications in the CLAT exam syllabus were made in 2020 due to the change in paper pattern.

Q: What is the marking scheme for CLAT?

A: In CLAT, one mark is awarded for every correct answer and 0.25 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer.

Q: What is the duration of CLAT exam?

A: The CLAT exam is of two hours duration.

Q: What changes were introduced in CLAT exam pattern and syllabus?

A: One of the major changes made in the CLAT syllabus and exam pattern last year was the introduction of comprehension-type questions. This means that going forward, all sections of CLAT exam will contain passages followed by a series of questions. Candidates first have to read the passages in order to be able to answer the questions. 

Q: Are there subjective questions in CLAT UG exam?

A: No, there are no subjective questions in CLAT UG exam. Candidates are asked only MCQs in the exam.

Q: Will CLAT 2023 be conducted as an online or offline exam?

A: CLAT 2023 is expected to be conducted in pen-and-paper based mode. In 2020, due to the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, the exam was conducted in online mode

Q: Is it important to have knowledge of law subject to attempt Legal Reasoning section of CLAT exam?

A: In the Legal Reasoning section of CLAT exam, questions are aimed at testing candidates' general awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues. Candidates do not really require any prior knowledge of law to attempt the section.

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

A: In CLAT exam, candidates are asked passage-based objective-type questions.

Q: What is the difficulty level of questions asked in Quantitative Techniques section of the exam?

A: Candidates are asked Class 10 level questions in Quantitative Techniques section of the exam.

Q: Is Maths compulsory for CLAT?

A: In terms of eligibility for CLAT exam, it is not compulsory to have studied Maths at Class 12 level. However, in the CLAT question paper, a section on Quantitative Techniques is included, which contains Mathematics questions of Class 10 difficulty level.

Q. Which is the most important section in CLAT UG exam?

A. Legal Reasoning and General Knowledge including Current Affairs are the most important sections as both contain the highest weightage of 25 per cent each in the CLAT UG exam.  

Q. What is the best way of preparing for CLAT exam?

A. In the remaining time for CLAT, the best way for preparation is by practicing CLAT question papers and mock tests regularly. 

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When should I apply for CLAT? I haven't finished 12th yet.

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Adv. Ved Vinayak

Contributor-Level 9

23 hours ago

My dear candidate, A nationwide admission test is called CLAT. Admissions to undergraduate and graduate programmes provided by the 22 member NLUs are handled by a consortium of NLUs. Pen and paper will be used to administer CLAT 2023. Criteria for CLAT UG eligibility:Qualification Test: must have...My dear candidate, A nationwide admission test is called CLAT. Admissions to undergraduate and graduate programmes provided by the 22 member NLUs are handled by a consortium of NLUs. Pen and paper will be used to administer CLAT 2023. Criteria for CLAT UG eligibility:
Qualification Test: must have graduated from a recognised school with a class of 12
CLAT 2023: CLAT 2023 registration should begin soon according to the Consortium of National Law Universities. CLAT 2023 Exam Date have been released before by CNLU. The date of CLAT 2023 is December 18, 2022. The 2022 and 2023 exams will be administered together for the first time.

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

5 days ago

Dear aspirant, CLAT is a national-level entrance exam. It is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by 22 participating NLUs. CLAT 2023 will be conducted in pen and paper mode. For CLAT UG eligibility criteria:Qualifying Examination: Mus...Dear aspirant, CLAT is a national-level entrance exam. It is conducted by a consortium of NLUs for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by 22 participating NLUs. CLAT 2023 will be conducted in pen and paper mode. For CLAT UG eligibility criteria:
Qualifying Examination: Must have passed class 12th from a recognised institution
Age Limit: No upper age limit
Minimum Marks: Must have secured at least 45% marks in the aggregate
CLAT 2023: The Consortium of National Law Universities is expected to start CLAT 2023 Registration soon. CNLU had earlier announced CLAT 2023 Exam Date. CLAT 2023 is to be held on Dec 18, 2022. It is for the first time that the 2022 and 2023 examinations are to be held in the same year. Candidates qualifying minimum eligibility criteria can fill CLAT 2023 Application Forms tentatively from the month of August. CNLU will release the syllabus for CLAT 2023 along with official notification. The major subjects in CLAT Syllabus will be Legal Reasoning Logical Reasoning, English Language, and Current Affairs. CLAT 2023 aspirants can also download subject or year CLAT Practice Papers to get a better understanding of the syllabus and pattern of exam. Hope it helps.

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Is there any age limit for CLAT exam? Are distance regular course students eligible to sit for the entrance?

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Adv. Ved Vinayak

Contributor-Level 9

23 hours ago

My dear candidate, I'm glad to have you. There is no minimum or maximum age to apply or take the CLAT. Foreign nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs, and OCIs can all apply for or take the CLAT. Candidates from the general category must have at least 50% in their qualifying exam scores, while those from th...My dear candidate, I'm glad to have you. There is no minimum or maximum age to apply or take the CLAT. Foreign nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs, and OCIs can all apply for or take the CLAT. Candidates from the general category must have at least 50% in their qualifying exam scores, while those from the reserved category must have at least 45%. CLAT UG eligibility requirements:
Qualifying Examination: must have graduated from a recognised school with a class of 12
Age Limit: There is no maximum age. Minimum Marks: Must have had an overall grade point average of at least 45%. For the CLAT PG:
Must have passed the LL.B. From an accredited university as a prerequisite exam. Age Limit: There is no maximum age. Minimum Marks: Must have had an overall grade point average of at least 55%. Hope it's useful.

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

4 days ago

Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. There is no age limit to apply or appear for CLAT. NRIs, OCIs, PIOs & Foreign Nationals can also apply or appear for CLAT. Minimum marks in the qualifying exam required to apply for CLAT 2023 will be 50% for general category and 45% for reserved category c...Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. There is no age limit to apply or appear for CLAT. NRIs, OCIs, PIOs & Foreign Nationals can also apply or appear for CLAT. Minimum marks in the qualifying exam required to apply for CLAT 2023 will be 50% for general category and 45% for reserved category candidates. Eligibility criteria for CLAT UG :
Qualifying Examination: Must have passed class 12th from a recognised institution
Age Limit: No upper age limit
Minimum Marks: Must have secured at least 45% marks in the aggregate. For CLAT PG:
Qualifying Examination: Must have passed LL.B. From a recognised institution
Age Limit: No upper age limit
Minimum Marks: Must have secured at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Hope it helps.

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Who can apply for CLAT? Are class 12th passed students apply for it?

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Adv. Ved Vinayak

Contributor-Level 9

23 hours ago

Dear candidate, You do qualify for the CLAT UG, yes. CLAT UG eligibility requirements: Qualification Test: must have graduated from a recognised school with a class of 12 Age Limit: There is no maximum age. Minimum Marks: Must have had an overall grade point average of at least 45%. The Consortiu...Dear candidate, You do qualify for the CLAT UG, yes. CLAT UG eligibility requirements: Qualification Test: must have graduated from a recognised school with a class of 12 Age Limit: There is no maximum age. Minimum Marks: Must have had an overall grade point average of at least 45%. The Consortium of National Law Universities anticipates opening CLAT 2023 registration in the near future. CLAT 2023 Exam Date have been released before by CNLU. The date of CLAT 2023 is December 18, 2022. The 2022 and 2023 exams will be administered together for the first time.

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Priyanka verma

Beginner-Level 5

2 days ago

Dear aspirant, Yes you are eligible for CLAT UG. Eligibility criteria for CLAT UG:Qualifying Examination: Must have passed class 12th from a recognised institutional Limit: No upper age limitMinimum Marks: Must have secured at least 45% marks in the aggregate.

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Please provide CLAT preparation plan.

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Manisha Tiwari

Beginner-Level 5

Yesterday

Follow Test Pattern
Study the Entire Syllabus
Practice mock tests
Pay Attention to all sections
Prepare note
Think positive
Stay calm don't be nervous.

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Can a open school board student give CLAT?

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Adv. Ved Vinayak

Contributor-Level 9

Yesterday

Please confirm your eligibility using the links below: Candidates must have passed their qualifying test with a minimum aggregate score of 45 percent in order to be eligible for CLAT in 2023. Additionally, applicants from the reserved category receive a 5 percent relaxation. Candidates who meet t...Please confirm your eligibility using the links below: Candidates must have passed their qualifying test with a minimum aggregate score of 45 percent in order to be eligible for CLAT in 2023. Additionally, applicants from the reserved category receive a 5 percent relaxation. Candidates who meet the CLAT eligibility standards will be able to register for CLAT 2023, but they will only be admitted if they pass the university's admissions requirements.

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

Yesterday

Dear aspirant, Kindly checkout your eligibility from below:CLAT Eligibility 2023 is that candidates must have completed their qualifying examination with a minimum of 45% aggregate. Also, 5% relaxation is given to candidates of reserved category. CLAT Eligibility criteria will allow the candidat...Dear aspirant, Kindly checkout your eligibility from below:
CLAT Eligibility 2023 is that candidates must have completed their qualifying examination with a minimum of 45% aggregate. Also, 5% relaxation is given to candidates of reserved category. CLAT Eligibility criteria will allow the candidates to complete CLAT 2023 Registration, however, candidates are given admissions only if they clear the requirements of the university during the admissions process. In accordance with the revised rules set by the Consortium of NLUs, candidates from any age group can apply for CLAT 2023. Candidates can attempt CLAT 2023 with no limits on their attempts. Other than Indian Nationals, candidates who are NRIs, OCIs, PIOs & Foreign Nationals are also eligible to apply for CLAT 2023. Candidates must also fulfill the CLAT Eligibility during the time of counselling.

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How do I keep myself updated with GK?

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

Yesterday

Dear aspirant, Here are some steps to stay updated with Current Affairs -1. NewspapersOne must read them as they are a great source of information. It covers various aspects through which you can get exposure to facts and data regarding Current Affairs and can update yourself with ease. It is a p...Dear aspirant, Here are some steps to stay updated with Current Affairs -
1. Newspapers
One must read them as they are a great source of information. It covers various aspects through which you can get exposure to facts and data regarding Current Affairs and can update yourself with ease. It is a primary source to get in touch with Current Affairs. Develop a habit of reading a newspaper daily.
2. Social Media
Social media is the platform where you can get maximum exposure to Current Affairs and information. Through this platform, you can obtain information in enjoyable and creative which can serve as quality entertainment.
3. Read a Book
Nowadays, there are many books available that cover Current Affairs related to a range of events and topics which an individual can easily decipher.
4. Visit Websites are another popular platform for acquiring information on the latest affairs. There are many useful websites which update a person regularly. On these websites, there is a regular update about the current issues and amendments so that their viewers would not remain confined to outdated information.
5. Browse a Magazine
Magazines are available everywhere, and you can get them along with newspapers. You can easily access them from stores near your area. You can also get it from your school and college library.
6. Watch television is an informative source as it has mass reach worldwide and is preferred by many for entertainment or news even in remote & rural areas.
7. Socialize With Your Friends
This is also one of the most constructive ways by which you can comfortably share your views and discuss the various events. This helps in spreading awareness among one another.

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Which are the recommended books for CLAT PG preparation?

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

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Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. BEST BOOKS TO REFER TO FOR CLAT PG:PSA Pillai or Ratanlal & Dhirajlal for IPCPoonam Pradhan on Family and Property Law, Avtar Singh or R. K. Bangia for ContractR. K. Bangia or R&D for TortsP Massey on Administrative LawK. Jain (Dukki) Part I &a...Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. BEST BOOKS TO REFER TO FOR CLAT PG:
PSA Pillai or Ratanlal & Dhirajlal for IPC
Poonam Pradhan on Family and Property Law, Avtar Singh or R. K. Bangia for Contract
R. K. Bangia or R&D for Torts
P Massey on Administrative Law
K. Jain (Dukki) Part I & II for Constitution
K. Jain or Salmond for Jurisprudence
K. Jain for Public International Law
For Laws like Arbitration, IBC, Labour, Tax, IPR, Environment etc. Refer to bare acts and do a simple google search for the latest cases and notes. For practicing MCQs you can refer to:
Universals Book on Past year Papers
A. Rashids Book on MCQs
CLAT Past Year
AK Jain MCQs
This was for your static law part. To score good marks and secure a double-digit rank, you need to be aware about the current legal topics. So, follow some good legal websites regularly and look for judgements and news related to the laws that can be asked in the exam. Hope it helps.

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How to crack CLAT and what are the alternatives?

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Hrishabh Sahu

Contributor-Level 10

5 days ago

Hi Arup
Start your CLAT Preparation Early. Make and follow a Study Plan. Check out the CLAT 2022 Exam Pattern and Syllabus. Clear Your Doubts. Do Regular Revision.

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I have 7548 AIR in CLAT. Can I get admission for LLM at KIIT School of Law?

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Hrishabh Sahu

Contributor-Level 10

5 days ago

Hey puspa it is a good rank
For information about college
just go through this link and fill out the required details
College predictor in shiksha
https://www.shiksha.com/college-predictor

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How to crack CLAT in 1st attempt?

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Hrishabh Sahu

Contributor-Level 10

5 days ago

Hi Tanisha
For clearing exams like CLAT
Start your CLAT Preparation Early. Make and follow a Study Plan. Check out the CLAT 2022 Exam Pattern and Syllabus. Clear Your Doubts. Do Regular Revision.

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