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CLAT®

Common Law Admission Test

The Common Law Admission Test or CLAT is an entrance test conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities. Eligibility for admission into twenty-two National Law Universities is based on the CLAT scores. Many private universities also accept CLAT scores. The test is conducted for 12th pass-outs and offers an undergraduate degree in Law (BA LL.B/BBA LLB) and then Masters in Law (LL.M) from NLUs.

ABOUT CLAT

The Common Law Admission Test or CLAT is an entrance test conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities. Eligibility for admission into twenty-two National Law Universities is based on the CLAT scores. Many private universities also accept CLAT scores. The test is conducted for 12th pass-outs and offers an undergraduate degree in Law (BA LL.B/BBA LLB) and then Masters in Law (LL.M) from NLUs.
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WHY CLAT?

National Law Universities are the most sought-after universities for all law aspirants; admission in NLUs is made only based on CLAT scores; many other prestigious Indian private colleges also accept CLAT scores. The exam pattern focuses on testing the skills that a lawyer must possess. On clearing CLAT and getting admitted into one of the NLUs, you get to study among the brightest minds and have the opportunity to attend lectures of the top Indian lawyers.

WHAT AFTER CLAT?

After completing the five-year course from any NLU through CLAT, a wide door of opportunities opens up in front of you. You can become a Compliance Lawyer, Criminal Lawyer, Public Defender, Civil Litigation, Legal Analyst, Document Drafting Lawyer, Legal Journalists, etc. Many people also opt for civil services, corporate jobs in MNCs, judiciary, teaching, etc., after completing post-graduation from NLUs.

EXAM FORMAT

CLAT is an offline examination with 150 questions in total that have to be attempted in two hours. The question paper is divided into sections, namely:

  • English Language
  • Current Affairs, including General Knowledge
  • Legal Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Quantitative Techniques

The language of the question paper is in English, with a +1 mark for each correct answer and a negative marking of -0.25 for each incorrect answer.

FAQs on CLAT

Who can take the CLAT exam?

The candidates who have passed Class 12 (10+2) exams by scoring a minimum of 45% from a recognized board or appear in March/April for the same can give CLAT. The latter will have to provide proof of their educational qualification while appearing for the admission process; their admission will be cancelled if they fail to do so.

Where can I get admission after clearing CLAT?

There are 22 National Law Universities (NLUs) that admit students only based on CLAT scores. Apart from NLUs, 60 other law colleges also accept CLAT scores.

What are the fees of the CLAT application form?

The Application fee for General/ OBC/PwD/NRI/PIO//OCI category candidates is Rs 4000, and for SC, ST, and BPL category candidates, it is Rs 3500.

How many times can I edit the CLAT application form?

You can edit the application form as many times as you want before submitting the form and making payment. But after you have paid for the application, you cannot edit the form.

Is there any age limit for appearing in CLAT?

No, candidate of any age can appear for CLAT.

In which mode is CLAT conducted?

CLAT is conducted in online mode.

Which is the best coaching centre for CLAT in Rohini?

The Teachwell Coaching Institute is the best coaching centre for CLAT in Rohini; a team of highly experienced and skilled tutors guarantees that you are fully equipped for the competitiveness of CLAT. Modified and updated course curriculum, packed with regular workshops, counselling, doubt solving, assessments, and performance tracking ensure that you leave no stone unturned.

How many times can I retake the CLAT exam?

There is no restriction on the number of times you can retake the CLAT exam.

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