Are you ready for CLAT?
CLAT is one of the toughest online exam for law entrance. More than 45000 students expected to write the common law admission Test (CLAT) on 14th May of 2017, as there are only around 2000 seats in all 18 national law schools put together. Many private law colleges also use CLAT scores to give the admission for their five-year B.A. LLB. Programme. However, for a student who is determined to join only NLU’s, the competition will be hard. Preparation, Planning and hard work will ensure one’s success in this challenging entrance test. If you want to join National Law Schools of India University, Bengaluru (NLSIU), or NALSAR Law University, Hyderabad then you are fighting for only 120 seats. It is also mean you should come in top 100 ranks. CLAT never indicate the cutoff percentage, the admission is purely based on merit cum preference scheme.So be careful while submitting the online application for CLAT. You are not able to change in later. As we all know we live in the world where multi-tasking is the order of the day. While the focus for XII board exam, it is not wise to ignore entrance exam preparation. It is very hard to crack clat exam without proper guidance.Most students can find at least one or two hours for the preparation of CLAT. Vocabulary building, arithmetic and current affairs can all be managed within this one hour. Students XII board exams will complete by mid-April. Such students have no choice but begin their preparation for CLAT right away.Wise Academy is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning and to developing student career in the field of Law. Mock exams CLAT is computer based speed test, students are bombarded with 200 questions in about 120 minutes. Less than a minute to solve one question. The student should practice in online mode only to familiarise and improve speed. Mock tests highlight one’s strengths and weakness. CLAT pattern
- English: (40-marks) Questions are asked based on English, comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, sentence ordering, etc.
- Arithmetic: (20-marks) Question are based on the basic arithmetic topic such as percentage, ratio and proportion probability etc.
- General knowledge: (50-marks) 50% of the question based on current affairs, the rest are asked from Polity, History, Geography and science etc.
- Logical reasoning: (40-marks) Reasoning question revolve around analogy, number series, puzzles and critical reasoning.
- Legal Aptitude: (50-marks) This segment is only to check the candidate’s aptitude for studying law. Questions based on principle-facts-conclusion. This section also tests the general legal awareness of students.
- Last date for submission of online application March 31st, 2017
- The exam will be held on May 14th, 2017. Time 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
- Online Application Fee of Rs 4000/- for General candidates (Rs 3500 for SC/ST candidates)