Common Law Entrance Test (CLAT) is conducted every year for entrance in various National Law Schools. There are various law schools across the nation who offer five years integrated BA LLB/ BSc LLB/ BBA LLB courses. There are 17 National Law Universities (NLUs) across the nation offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses in law.
CLAT consists of the given five subjects:
- English and Comprehension
- General Knowledge and Current Affairs
- Legal Aptitude
- Logical Reasoning
- Be in touch with newspapers: To have a good knowledge of current affairs, newspapers are a must. You can be a daily reader of papers like Indian Express, The Hindu, Hindustan Times so that you are updated with what is happening across the globe.
- Read relevant magazines and books: To improve the English and Comprehension skills, you must read magazines and books. This will lead to good vocabulary and comprehension skills. Whenever you read something, read actively.
- Practice 10th level maths: The general mathematical aptitude asks for 10th level mathematics. There are various books and mock tests available for improving aptitude skills. You must learn to solve the problems within a given time duration.
- Solve Sample Papers: To improve the accuracy in various sections such as legal aptitude and reasoning, you must practice with sample papers and books. If you join a coaching for CLAT, they will provide you with these materials. Else you can have these samples online also.
- Mock Tests: For any examination, mock tests are a must. They check your ability to solve questions in a limited time period. In the CLAT exam, not only your knowledge but your time management skills, calm and ability to perform under pressure will be tested.
Hopefully, these tips will help you crack the CLAT this time.