CLAT 2014 Last minute expert tips by Career Launcher
Apratim Chatterjee, 07 Aug 2014, #CLAT
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Only a few hours are left for CLAT 2014, and aspirants are gearing up for what is the toughest exam to enter in legal field at undergraduate level. Administered by Gujarat National Law University, CLAT 2014 is scheduled to be held on May 11 at various examination centres across India. CLAT is being conducted for 1660 seats distributed among 14 participating institutes.

After months of preparation for CLAT 2014, the most important aspect of actually giving your exam is coming up. Careers360 brings you the last minute tipss from Amandeep Rajgotra, Law Expert, Career Launcher for law aspirants for CLAT 2014  which will help to make the last minute preparation process easier for you.

Here, Amandeep Rajgotra, Law Expert, Career Launcher highlights a few pointers for the exam so that you can get results in accordance with the hard efforts that you have put in.

For any queries and doubts; call CLAT 2014 Helpline @ 011-40360360

Below is the excerpt of the interview of expert tips to crack CLAT 2014 by Career Launcher to be followed at time of the exam:

Careers360: Share your insights for CLAT 2014 preparation strategy when we are just one day away from the law entrance.
Amandeep Rajgotra: Having worked hard for your CLAT exams there are not many things to be said and done here. Here are some exam pointers to guide CLAT 2014 aspirants:

  • Fill your OMR sheet properly – While this is the most given suggestion to all the aspirants, but it would still be worthwhile to mention not to make a mistake here.
  • Read the instructions very carefully – CLAT 2014 is not known for giving you big surprises but it is always important to go through the instructions very carefully so as to ascertain the way in which the paper has to be attempted.
  • Preliminary analysis of the question paper – All aspirants should have their own preferences as to which section they should start with. But, a preliminary analysis covering the following points in the whole paper should not be ruled out.
  • Go through the whole paper to check whether it carries all the questions and that nothing is missing and there are no mistakes in the printing of the questions.

Careers360: What would you suggest to any aspirant who is not comfortable with any specific section?
Amandeep Rajgotra: Try making a mental note of the questions or areas or sections with which you are comfortable and try to compartmentalize these areas as per your time. For example, someone who feels that he/she is reasonably good at Reading Comprehension and General Knowledge and bad at other areas like Logical Reasoning can classify them as under.

The table below can guide you:

Sections of the paper

Comfortable

Not so comfortable

Do not know/Bad at this particular area

English

 

 

 

General Knowledge

 

 

 

Logical Reasoning

 

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

Legal Reasoning

 

 

 

Careers360: Share the last minute tips with CLAT 2014 aspirants.
Amandeep Rajgotra: Do not waste time in any section. There are times when an aspirant gets stuck in one section and is not able to solve the problems there. It is necessary to move on to another section and not waste time.

Finally, just maintain your cool and everything would turn right as per your expectations.

All the best!

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