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How to Prepare for CLAT 2020 during COVID-19?

A lot of candidates depends on preparation strategy when a question of clearing the Common Law Admission Test comes. It is not an easy task to ace CLAT and requires a rigorous amount of effort. The ri...

A lot of candidates depends on preparation strategy when a question of clearing the Common Law Admission Test comes. It is not an easy task to ace CLAT and requires a rigorous amount of effort. The right balance between your life and CLAT 2020 preparation will fetch you marks.

Now with the coronavirus outbreak, the Consortium of NLU's had postponed the exam for 24th May 2020. Experts suggest you use this crucial time by joining the perfect CLAT Coaching 2020. A perfect guidance partner will pave a way of success for you. Before move onto how you can use quarantine days. Let's discuss some important facts about CLAT 2020.  

What is CLAT?

CLAT or Common Law Admission is an all India level law entrance exam offering limited seats to NLUs and other participating institutes. This year the exam would be conducted in offline mode (Pen-Paper Based Test) will be held on 24th May 2020 due to COVID 19 outbreak. The application process is extended until April 25th, 2020.

CLAT 2020 Exam Pattern

The following points show you that highlights of CLAT Exam Pattern:

  1. The exam offering admissions to both undergraduate and postgraduate programs will be conducted on 24th May 2020
  2. The exam will be a Pen-Paper Based Test (PBT)
  3. There would be a total of 150 objective types of questions.  
  4. The postgraduate paper will have two types of questions - Objective (100 Questions) and Subjective (2 Questions)
  5. Subjective type of Questions in Postgraduate paper will each carry 25 marks.

CLAT 2020 Syllabus

There is no defined syllabus for CLAT 2020. However, the conducting body has defined some subjects from which questions will be asked and the following points show you the same.

 Syllabus for Undergraduate programs

  1. English Language Comprehension- This section will test the student's command over the English Language. Topics asked in this section include unseen passages, grammatical problems, and other related problems.
  2. Current Affairs and General Knowledge- In this section, questions are based on current affairs, general knowledge, awards, and recognition. Through these sets of questions, General Knowledge and awareness of the students will be tested.
  3. Legal Aptitude-  In this section questions will be asked based on the study of law, research aptitude, and problem-solving ability. Questions will be again asked based on passages related to facts and scenarios related to legal matters.
  4. Logical Reasoning- The purpose of the logical reasoning section to test aspirants' ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments.

 Syllabus for Postgraduate program

  1. Constitutional law
  2. other major law subjects as a contract, Criminal Law International law, and Jurisprudence    

How Can I prepare for CLAT 2020 during these quarantine days?

Experts advise aspirants to use this crucial time in the most effective manner to excel your chances of acing the exam. Some are the tips given by experts.

  1. Familiarity with Syllabus and Examination Pattern-  The initial step towards effective preparation is having good familiarity with the syllabus and examination pattern for CLAT 2020. The exam would be divided into four sections mainly English Language, Analytical Skills, Legal awareness and aptitude, and General Knowledge. Every section requires a different strategy. So no topic should be left behind.
  2. Time Management- After familiarity with the syllabusFind Article, you must maintain a proper schedule and that should be followed strictly. 
  3. Practice Previous year Question Papers- This helps you to get a familiarity with the type of questions asked and difficulty level of questions. The aspirants must solve at least 5 previous year question papers to get the upper hand in the exam.  
  4. Avoid last-minute preparation-   Revise and practice the questions from the topics which you have studied. Try to avoid last-minute preparation as it will confuse you and will end up in awful results. 
  5. Attempt Mock Test-  The aspirants should appear for the online mock test organize by the conducting authority as it will provide the Competitive atmosphere and gives a chance to introspect their preparation level.  

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The author was a former lecturer at one of the prestigious colleges of law in Delhi. Currently, She is working in a popular CLAT coaching institute and teaches law aspirants how to prepare for CLAT

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