CLAT Answer Key 2020
CLAT Answer Key 2020 - National University of Study And Research In Law Ranchi will release the CLAT 2020 answer key separately for undergraduate (BA LLB) and postgraduate (LLM program) on May 11, 2020. The answer key of CLAT 2020 will be released in two parts - first will be CLAT provisional answer key, which will be followed by the final answer key. The provisional CLAT 2020 answer key will be released in PDF format around the last week of May. The answer keys will be uploaded in the CLAT consortium website, clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in. Candidates can raise objections against the answers given in provisional answer key. It should be noted that there shall be a limited time period of 2 days for raising the objections on provisional answer key. After that, no modifications or objections will be accepted. Following this, the final answer key of CLAT 2020 will be released that shall be modified based on the accepted objections.
The CLAT 2020 exams for undergraduate and postgraduate law courses will be conducted on May 10, 2020. To know more about CLAT answer key 2020 please read the detailed article below.
CLAT Answer Key 2020 - Event Calendar
CLAT 2020 entrance exam
May 10, 2020 (Announced)
Release of answer key
May 11, 2020
Last to challenge answer key
May 12, 2020
Publication of final CLAT 2020 answer key
May 18, 2020
CLAT 2020 provisional answer key and its importance
The CLAT 2020 answer key is the detailed document containing the answers to all questions asked in the exam. The conducting body releases the provisional answer key of CLAT for all paper sets (A, B, C, D). One must go through it to verify whether all given answers are correct or not. If any answer is incorrect according to the provisional answer key, it is advised to cross-check it through a reliable source. Students can also raise objections against answers of provisional key; for this, a 3-4 days window will be provided. Candidates can raise their objections by providing a supporting document for their answers.
Release of final CLAT 2020 answer key
After the release of provisional answer key, candidates will be able to send their objections. Once the objections are taken into consideration the conducting body will release CLAT final answer key 2020 on May 18, 2020. On the basis of final answer key, candidates will get clarity on the marks they might score in CLAT exam 2020. Knowing estimated marks will help students in analyzing their chances of getting admission or a higher preference seat; to help their cause candidates may consult previous years’ CLAT cutoff trends.
How to download CLAT Answer Key 2020
The exams will be conducted in different sets/series, and the consortium website will release the keys for all sections. To download CLAT Answer Key 2020 for 5-year Law Programme and LLM Programme, please follow the simple steps given below.
Click on the answer key download link (will be updated once link is activated)
The provisional answer keys will be displayed on screen.
Click on the relevant answer key code
The pdf file of the answer key containing the tabular list of question wise correct options will appear on screen
Download and take a printout
CLAT 2019 Question Paper and Answer Key
Answer Key (Final)
Answer Key (Provisional)
Answer Key (Final)
5-year Law Programme
CLAT Answer key 2020 - Marking scheme
After downloading the answer key candidates need to evaluate their answers and make a rough estimate of marks they may score. Here, one should be aware of the exam pattern and marking scheme.
The CLAT 2020 exam will be of 200 marks and the topics will include logical reasoning, English comprehension, Legal aptitude, General knowledge and Elementary maths. The detailed marks distribution is given below.
Marking scheme for CLAT 2020
How to calculate the marks through CLAT Answer Key
Since every correct answer is awarded 1 marks and every incorrect answer will deduct 0.25 marks, one can use the formula given below.
CLAT Scores = Total numbers of Correct options*1 - Total number of incorrect responses*0.25
If the number of correct answers is 130 and incorrect answers is 30 then the total marks will be calculated as-
Total CLAT Marks = (130*1) - (30*0.25)
Therefore; Total marks = 130 - 7.5 = 122.5
CLAT Answer Key- Response Code Replica
CLAT Answer Key 2020- points to remember
The answer key will be released in two phases, provisional and final answer key.
There will be a window of 2 days for raising objections.
Every correct answer will fetch 1 mark while for every incorrect answer 0.25 marks will be deducted
After the release of the final answer key, no further objections or communication will be entertained by the conducting body.
After the release of CLAT answer key 2020, the conducting body will publish the CLAT 2020 result.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CLAT Answer Key 2020
Question: What should I do if the answers given in the CLAT answer key 2020 are also not correct?
In such cases, the candidate is allowed to raise objections within 2 days of publish of provisional answer key.
Question: What will happen if a question given in CLAT 2020 exam was incorrect?
Generally there are all correct question, still if any incorrect question appears in the CLAT 2020 exam, the marks of that will be given to all or none.
Question: What will happen after the release of CLAT answer key 2020?
After the release of CLAT 2020 answer key, the conducting board will release the CLAT result and merit list based on the marks obtained by the candidates. This will be followed by counselling and admission process.
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Questions related to CLAT
Syllabus of clat 2020 ? n what r the imp topic for clat?
CLAT syllabus is divided into five sections-
* General Knowledge and Current Affairs
* Logical Reasoning
* Legal Aptitude
English consists of the following topics-
Mathematics consists of the following topics-
*profit and loss
*time and work
*average, speed and distance
*permutation-combination and Venn diagrams
G.K. & Current Affairs consists of the following topics-
*Static general knowledge including History, Polity, Geography, Environment, etc.
*Current affairs- national of national and international importance, sports, new appointments, awards and honours etc.
Logical Reasoning consists -
*Logical and Analytical reasoning skills
Legal Aptitude consists of the following topics-
*Study of law
*Questions based on hypothetical situations
*Important court decisions
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Hope this will help you!
All the best!
Is anyone from Bhopal, cleare CLAT, and gets NLIU, Bhopal, and not willing to stay in his own home instead of the hostels! I want to know if NLIU will allow this or not? Hoping to hear from you soon!
Every hostel has distinct policy and prerequisites for allowing accommodation. Most of the times, preference is given to outstation students or the ones with good scores. However, it is always advisable to speak with the hostel authorities regarding the details and eligibility.
Hope this helps.
does CLAT exam has any kind of passing marks. if yes then how much
Hello student in entrance examination like clat there's no passing marks it has cut off which vary from college to college I request you to please help me with your preferable college so that I can check and provide you the exact cut off details. This year its difficult to predict cut off as clat has recently changed its examination pattern and total marks has been reduced to 150 from 200. Cut off vary every year on various factors like the level of question in the entrance examination and total number of applicants in that examination.
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
how to prepare for isc 12th (pcm) along with clat preparation?
Here are few tips for preparation you must follow to get a good score without coaching:-English: Vocabulary questions will be asked. Word Power Made Easy is the book you can use to improve your vocabulary.
High School Grammar and Composition ( by Wren and Martin)It is a book to improve the grammar skills.
GK: Question on current affairs will be asked. Read newspaper for CURRENT G.K. than trying to grasp all info at once. Some of the newspaper sources which you can use to prepare this section are The Hindu, Financial Express, and The Economist. You can also use some other apps like Inshorts etc for current affairs.Mathematics: Only Data based questions will be asked. Like you have some information and questions on basis of that information.Logical Reasoning: Data tables, Data Charts, Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts, Graphs, Data Comparison and Analysis. These are some of the topics on which you can expect questions.
Here are some links for you:-
Hi there, I want to know can I crack CLAT with preparation of 30-40 days? I have 2 years gap after 12th.If yes, can you please give me all required strategies and content for it or if you directly cannot help for that then, tell me a accurate source from where? Ill be very grateful for this help.
Preparing for CLAT in just 30-40 days is very difficult as the syllabus is wide but if your basics are clear and you have covered at least some part of its syllabus then you can still make it through clat and crack it
List of best books for CLAT are listed below subject wise
GK & CURRENT AFFAIRS
Manorama Year Book
General Knowledge 2020 and 2019 by Arihant Publications
Current Affairs Yearly by Arihant Publications
A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
Analytical Reasoning (English) by M K Pandey
Quantitative Aptitude ebook (ALL Parts Solved) by R S Agarwal
Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning by Pearson
Objective Legal Aptitude by Rs Agarwal
Fast Track Objective Arithmetic, Arihant Publications
30 days wonder for Maths ,by S Chand
Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by Pearson's
Objective General English 2020 by A P Bhardwaj
Objective General English 2020 by R S Aggarwal
Word Power Made Easy by Norman
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A major part of your Clat question papee are from the gk and current affairs section , so focus more on them
Make a routine or a time table and try to give at least 8 hours to studies , keep short brakes of 20 to 30 minutes after every 2.5 to 3 hours
Revise at regular intervals as syllabus is wide
Solve previous year question papers and mock test papers ;- You should solve these , it will give you idea of types of questions asked and their difficulty level and will help you a lot.
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