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How to clear exams.

With most of the exams just around the corner, I would want you to take some time out and go through this blog. Everyone has one of those days during exam preparation where you would be more stressed than you are required to be. There is no harm in being stressed, but just like calculated risk- stress also needs to be calculated and should not be taking you over. The thing with a limited amount of stress is that it will keep you motivated and keep pushing you to do better. This page is going to showcase how you c...!!!

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Simple Study Strategies.

Try to read aloud so that you can use your eyes and your ears. Fix a portion to complete in 50 minutes, to increase your speed and concentration. Flip through the target portion; read headings, subheadings, summaries. Mark key words. Make small, margin notes and add post its. They will useful for revision. Read, remember, Re-read. Test yourself orally to ensure your mind has not wandered. Shorter study sessions work better...!!!

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Institutes Participating in CLAT 2017.

Clat participating institutes are classified under as NLU's.These institutes accepting the CLAT score for admission to five-year integrated law programmes including B.A LLB and B.com LLB  .National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Number of seats 75 National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad. Number of seats 84 National Law Institute University, Bhopal. Number of seats 80 ...!!!

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How to fill the preference list in CLAT?

Why Preference List in CLAT form is important? CLAT admission are purely based on merit cum preference scheme. So be careful while submitting the online application for CLAT. You are not able to change it later. Preference list will play very important role in a seat allocation with CLAT rank. Candidate should fill up preference list very carefully because you cannot get any other chance to change it later. Read the case studies given below to understand the importance of prefe...!!!

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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 on...!!!

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