Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralised test for admission to National Law Universities in India. The test is conducted by all the participating law schools in rotation, in the order of their establishment.
The test is taken after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to integrated programmes in Law at the undergraduate level. The two-hour admission test consists of objective-type questions on Elementary Mathematics or Numerical Ability, English with Comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning.
This course will take you through all the important sections of CLAT examination. This will also help you to manage your time during the preparation for this exam. This course will guide you to approach law schools and will also give you reference of the books you can use for the preparation of this exam.
Natural law is based on the nature of man and on his inward need of living in society.Hugo Grotius
- 1. Introduction
- A) What is CLAT?
- B) How to opt for a career in law through CLAT?
- C) Give an overview of the CLAT paper.
- D) How to start preparing for CLAT?
- 2. Different sections of the CLAT paper
- E) How to prepare for GK?
- F) How to do well in English?
- G) How to crack the Logic section?
- H) How to ace the Maths section?
- I) How to master the Legal section?
- 3. Preparation for CLAT
- J) How to manage time?
- K) How to pace out your preparation?
- 4. Law school
- L) How to approach law school?
- 5. Next steps and resources
- M) What are your options if you don’t get through CLAT?
- N) What books to refer for CLAT?
Nilufer Bhateja is an editor at Eastern Book Company. She was also the Editorial Assistant for EBC's Guide for LLB and CLAT.