CLAT or the Common Law Admission Test was held on Sunday, May 8, 2016 across 66 test centres in India. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala is the conducting body for this year’s CLAT. Around 45,000 law aspirants are appearing for the national level law entrance exam.Related PostCLAT 2019CLAT Application Form 2019CLAT Admit Card 2019
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Careers360 is reporting the exam live from Delhi test centre to bring to you the mood of the exam day. Take a look at the pictures from the CLAT 2016 exam centre which speak volumes about the happenings at the test venue before and after the exam.
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The test centre authorities clearly stated the instructions for the exam day including the timings, valid ID proofs and other instructions.
Candidates reach the exam centre much before the scheduled time (3 pm) coping with the scorching summer heat.
While some test taker engage in discussion and anticipate question types with fellow test takers, few serious candidates seen utilizing the time before the entry by going through last minute revisions.
The test venue becomes crowded as more test takers gather outside the exam hall at 2 pm.
Test takers huddle to check the seating arrangement as per their roll number given on the CLAT 2016 Admit Card.
Amidst rush and chaos, some candidates form a queue in front of the gate, others wait for some more time before joining the line.
The rush outside the exam centre reduces as most of the candidates have already entered and the rest have also queued up.
Few late comers are seen reaching the centre after 2.45 PM, the time for the closure of the entry gates.
After much persuasion and request, the security officials allow the late comer candidate.
Late comer, who reached the centre after 2.45 PM was denied entry to the exam hall.
Candidates start coming out of the exam hall. Some of them wear a tensed expression owing to tough Maths and Logical Reasoning section.
As the exam was easy, a candidate beaming confidence outside the exam exit gate
CLAT 2016 is conducted for 2250 five-year integrated law programmes in 17 participating NLUs. The Results of CLAT 2016 will be announced on May 23, 2016 and the counselling will be held in online mode between July 1 and 6, 2016 along with the seat allotment.
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Get focused from today itself... Stay honest with yourself I'll say that is Quality matters over Quantity. So know what and how are you studying and follow the schedule and timetable that you make.
For the books I will tell you to go with Word Power made easy by Norman Lewis and a book of English and Grammar by Wren and Martin for English subject. Coming to the next subject which is Logical Reasoning, go for RS AGGARWAL boook. A modern approach to logical reasoning by MK Pandey is also another good book. For Maths, again go with RS AGGARWAL. And for the Legal Aptitude, go with Pearson and AP Bharadwaj.
For the last subject that is GK and current affairs, read Pearson and Lucent for GK and for current affairs, stay updated by all the ways you can that is by seeing news, reading newspapers, or reading blogs and articles.
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The Common Law Admission Test is held every year for admissions to the 21 National Law Universities in India and is starkly different from the Joint Entrance Examination, which is an annual exam for admissions to various Engineering, Architecture and Pharmacy colleges of India.
Firstly, CLAT is much easier to crack as compared to JEE as the difficulty level and competition in JEE is much higher.
JEE-Mains consists of 90 MCQ-type questions ( 30 each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) based on 12th standard syllabus. 4 marks are awarded for a correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for a wrong answer. The exam is out of 360 Marks.
CLAT has 200 MCQ-type questions ( 40 each from English Comprehension and Logical Reasoning, 20 from Elementary Mathematics and 50 each from Legal Aptitude and Current & World Affairs). 1 mark is awarded for every correct answer and 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer. The exam is out of 200 marks.
Yes I'll enlist down some of the top books that will help you in the CLAT preparation. For improving your English and Grammar you can go with High School English Grammar by Wren and Martin, you can take help of Word Power made Easy by Norman Lewis as well. For Analytical and Logical reasoning, go with RS AGGARWAL AND MK PANDEY books. For Legal Aptitude, AK Bharadwaj is quite famous. For mathematics, use RS AGGARWAL and for GK and Current affairs, use Pearson GK Today and read newspapers and blogs regularly to keep yourself updated.
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current affair is a section which you need to revise every day. other wise there is chances for forgetting it. so I would suggest you to daily follow any one of the news paper or you may follow bankers adda magazine. every day spend 1 hr for studying. you will surely get success.
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