Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar had conducted CLAT 2014 entrance examination on 11th May 2014 across the country.
Around 40,000 candidates had registered for CLAT 2014 entrance examination.
According to the students, CLAT 2014 was average in difficulty.
Some of the students who have written the test for the second time, claimed that the paper was easy, as compared with last year's paper. Especially, General Knowledge and Legal Aptitude sections were easy to solve.
The students who written the test for the first time said, that the paper was difficult. These students found that paper was lengthy and time consuming.
However, some of the questions were very easy to solve. The first time candidates found the GK section to be tough and the LA section to be moderate. These LLB aspirants claimed that overall the paper was neither too difficult nor very easy.
A total of 1,600 seats are available for admission in national law universities across India.
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is an all India entrance examination conducted for 14 National Law Schools / Universities for admissions to their undergraduate and Postgraduate degree programmes (LL.B and LL.M) commencing in 2014.
According to the official website of CLAT, the results would be published on 31st May 2014.
Counselling sesstions will be conducted from 01st June 2014.