CLAT Answer Key 2022 Released At consortiumofnlus.ac.in, Raise Objection Till June 21

The CLAT Answer Keys 2022 has been released for both UG and PG entrance exams today, June 20, 2022, by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs). The CLAT 2022 answer keys can be downloaded from the official website, consortiumofnlus.ac.in. The marks can be calculated by candidates by adding 1 mark for each correct answer and subtracting 0.25 mark for each incorrect response.

 
CLAT Answer Key 2022 Released, Download Here

Candidates can raise an objection against any of the answers in the UG and PG answer keys at the official website. The window will be open from 3:30 p.m. on June 20 to 3:30 p.m. on June 21. Candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 1,000 for each objection. Students will not be able to raise the objection over the phone or by email. They should also be aware that if the consortium rules the objection invalid, the objection fees will be returned to the account. To download the CLAT Answer Key 2022, candidates can click on the direct link or follow the steps below.

CLAT Answer Key 2022

Exam CLAT UG and PG Entrance Exam
Organiser Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs)
Exam Date June 19, 2022
Answer Key Objection Till June 21, 2022
Official Website consortiumofnlus.ac.in

CLAT Answer Key 2022: How To Download

Step 1: Go consortiumofnlus.ac.in, which is the official website.

Step 2: Select the "CLAT 2022 - UG Provisional Answer Keys" or "CLAT 2022 - PG Provisional Answer Keys" link on the homepage under 'Notifications' section.

Step 3: On the screen, the CLAT 2022 answer key PDF will appear.

Step 4: Check the answer key and download it.

Download the CLAT UG Answer Key 2022

Download the CLAT PG Answer Key 2022

CLAT 2022 cut-offs for general category applicants are expected to be around 100-105 for the top three NLUs. CLAT 2022 results are expected in the fourth week of June 2022.

CLAT Answer Key 2022 Released, Download Here

Candidates who receive at least 40% of the marks in the exam are considered to have passed it and are eligible for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. According to the guidelines, the cut-off for reserved category candidates is 35%.

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