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In this section, we will discuss how to pace out your preparation

  • When you have more than 6 months left,you should start by doing 1 or 2 mock tests. This will help you access where you stand and work on areas in which you need more help than others. Remember to use this time to clear your concepts and practise different kinds of questions. You should simultaneously practise all subjects. Do not finish english first and then move on to logic, simultaneously do all the subjects.
  • When you have just 3 months left for you CLAT exam, at this time do not ignore your CLAT preparation over your board exam. Obviously your board exam will take precedence, but practise CLAT questions regularly. Utilise this time to practise the papers of last 10 years of CLAT and AILET exam.
  • When you have just one month left, and you are done with practising 10 year papers of CLAT and AILET, you should focus on old papers of NLSIU, NALSAR, NUJS, etc. This would be a good time to bring together your notes on current affairs and memorise them.
  • When you have just one week left for examination, try to bring it in your routine to be the most alert between 3 p.m to 5 p.m which is the time period for your exam. Try to solve your papers in 2 hours flat. Many students lose out on marks because of bad time management.
  • When you have just one day left for your exam, try to be calm. You need a calm mind to solve questions on logic and legal reasoning. At this time, do not try any new questions and sleep on time to be alert, the next day.

On the exam day, reach the venue early, avoid any crowds, believe in yourself and conquer.