Notice: CLAT 2020 exam date: 7th September 2020
CLAT Exam Notification 2020
CLAT 2020 Exam Dates
For academic session 2020-21,
Visit CLAT Official Website i.e. www.clat.ac.in to check the same.
Tabulated below are the tentative dates for the law entrance exam:
|CLAT 2020 Exam Notification||December 2019|
|Online registrations for CLAT 2020 begins||1st January, 2020|
|Last date of application submission|
10th July, 2020
|CLAT Exam Date 2020||7th sept|
|Uploading of Answer Key||————-|
|Declaration of CLAT 2020 Result (Merit List)||————-|
|Publication of 1st Indicative Seat Allotment List||————-|
|Payment of CLAT Counselling Fee (INR 50000)||————|
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CLAT Exam Pattern latest
The exam pattern for CLAT 2020 is as follows:
- Exam Mode: As per the CLAT 2020 exam pattern, the test will be held in online mode.
- Duration: Candidate will be given 2 hours to attempt the law examinations.
- Sections: There are two sections in PG CLAT – Objective and Descriptive Section.
- Number & Type of Questions: There will be total 150 (for UG) & 150 (for PG) of multiple choice questions.
- Marking: Each correct answer will be awarded 1 mark each and 0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
- Language: The questions of CLAT 2020 will be in English language only.
Exam Pattern for LLB
- For undergraduate courses, the question paper will contain 5 sections namely –
A. English language,
B. General Knowledge & Current Affairs,
C. Quantitative Aptitude,
D. Legal Aptitude and
E. Logical Reasoning.
- For every correct answer, a candidate will be awarded 1 mark and ¼ mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
CLAT 2020 Syllabus
CLAT 2020 shall be conducted in offline mode where the paper will have 150 questions from five different subjects including English (Comprehension), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Scope and coverage of questions under different subject areas:
English language English section will test the candidates’ proficiency in English based on comprehension passages. Students will be given passages of about 450 words each and such passages could be fiction/ non-fiction, contemporary/historical, etc. Candidates will be questioned on their understanding of the passage and its central theme, meanings of words used therein, etc. The inference would be key here, candidates will have to comprehend the main idea discussed in the passage including any counter-arguments used in the passage.
Current Affairs including General Knowledge: This section would again consist of passages instead of direct questions that were asked earlier. The passages would again be of 450 words each and the same would be derived from news, journals, etc. Questions based on such passages would be asked. Such a question can cover static portion as well, candidates are therefore advised not to forgo the static portion entirely. Reading Newspapers daily, specifically, articles containing any Bill or Judgments or legal information should help in preparing for this section.
Quantitative Aptitude: The Quantitative Technique or Maths section will include short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information, followed a series of questions. The questions will be in the form of Data Interpretation i.e. candidates would be required to infer information from the given passage and answer accordingly.
Legal Reasoning: This section will test the candidate’s interest in the study of law, research aptitude, and problem-solving ability. Questions would again be based on passages relating to facts or scenarios involving legal matters. The passage would contain certain rules and principles which should be identified and accordingly applied to the questions. The passages would be approximately 450 words each.
Logical Reasoning: The purpose of the logical reasoning section is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links, and rectify illogical arguments. The questions would be based on the passage of 300 words.