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CLAT Important Topics 2025 - GK, Legal & Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs, Quantitative

CLAT Important Topics 2025 - GK, Legal & Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs, Quantitative

Edited By Marar Sumeet Sudarshan | Updated on Mar 22, 2024 10:04 AM IST | #CLAT

The Consortium of NLUs will conduct the CLAT 2025 tentatively in the first week of December 2024. Aspiring candidates must know the CLAT important topics 2025. Going through the CLAT 2025 syllabus is the first step to understand the CLAT 2025 important topics. Last year, the Consortium had conducted the Common Law Admission Test as per the revised syllabus.

There are five sections in CLAT 2025, namely, English language, current affairs including general knowledge, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and quantitative techniques. Each of these subjects carries a different weight in terms of questions asked in the examination. The important topics in CLAT PG 2025 include Constitutional Law, Other areas of law such as Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law, Public International Law, Tax Law, Environmental Law, and Labour & Industrial Law. In order to come on top, candidates should identify the CLAT important topics 2025 and prepare them well. Read on to find out all the details.

CLAT 2025 Syllabus - Subject Areas with Weightage:

Candidates desirous of appearing for CLAT 2025 must go through the CLAT syllabus and exam pattern and as this will help them to list out the most important CLAT 2025 topics from those sections. Last year, as per the revised CLAT 2025 exam pattern, the Consortium had reduced the number of questions to 120. The subject-wise distribution of questions and their weightage is given below.

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CLAT Exam Pattern 2025

Subject/topics

Number of questions

Percentage weightage

English Language

22-26 questions

20%

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge

28-32 questions

25%

Legal Reasoning

28-32questions

25%

Logical Reasoning

22-26 questions

20%

Quantitative Techniques

10-14 questions

10%

CLAT 2025 Important Topics

The CLAT syllabus is reading intensive and lengthy. Aspirants must devote extra time towards making a list of the most crucial topics in CLAT 2025 might help you stand out from the competition. Candidates can pick out the important topics by analysing the CLAT previous year's question papers and exam analysis. The CLAT important topics 2025 are given in the table below for each of the sections based on the exam analysis of previous years.

Section wise CLAT important topics 2025

Section

Year

Topics asked

Level of Difficulty




English Language

20244 passages based on which 24 questions were asked. It had direct questions based on the passage, drawing inferences about author's intention and opinions, determining meaning of words in the context of the passage.
20236 passages out of which 30 questions were asked in the English section. Questions were on tone of the passage, inferences, central idea.Easy to moderate, but lengthy.

2022

6 passages from non-fictional. Type of questions were central idea questions, tones, contextual vocabulary, etc.

Easy but lengthy

2021

5 passages - from non-fiction (from journals, newspapers, etc. covering topics like vaccination, covid etc)

1 passage from fiction-based comprehension (work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; from a short story of Sherlock Holmes))

Lengthy but Easy






Current Affairs/GK

20245 passages containing 28 question. Direct questions based on passage,and recent events such Israel-Palestine war, 18th G20 summit.
202335 questions based on 7 passages. The questions were on topics such as FIFA, Growth of the Agri Sector, FTX.Moderate

2022

The passages were based on Drone rules, 2021, science and technology, SAGAR mission, ISRO, etc.

Moderate

2021

The questions were from Gandhi Peace Prize, Faith for Right Mechanism, Indo-China disengagement, Chabahar Day/INSTC, Ramsar Sites/World Wetland Day, Covid-19 Vaccines Maitri, World Water Day

Moderate






Quantitative Techniques

20242 passages containing 12 questions on basic mathematics such as arithmetic, ratio and proportion.
20233 sets and 15 questions in total.Easy to moderate

2022

2 questions from ratio and proportion and one from Percentage

Easy

2021

The questions were based on Simplifications, Profit and loss, Income and expenditures, Percentages, Ratios, Averages

Moderate to difficult






Logical Reasoning

20244 passages containing 24 questions around finding connections and relationships between various pieces of information mentioned in the passage, examining arguments and drawing conclusions.
20235 passages from which 30 questions were asked.Easy to moderate

2022

The passages were based on the child offences act, and the COVID-19 outbreak were on the easier side although the passage based on biodiversity, and judges humor.

Easy

2021

3 passages on Covid-19 pandemic, 2 passages related to the socio-economic status in schools, Climate change impact on Asia, India and its neighbours.


Easy to Moderate






Legal Reasoning

20245 passages containing 32 questions. Passages were around marriage laws, digital data protection law, and press freedom.
20238 passages on current affairs covering topics such as the Law of Torts, Contract Law, the Indian Penal Code, and related conceptsEasy to moderate but lenghty

2022

The passages were based on Monism and dualism, Special Marriage Act, Contract Act, Bigamy and Constitution. All the passages were from the major laws and the questions were easy as well.

Easy

2021

The passages were from topics such as Special marriage act, Law of writs, Penal law, Personal laws related to Bigamy, and Public international law.

Moderate

CLAT 2025 Important Topics to Study

Subject-wise important topics to study for CLAT 2025 are given below.

CLAT 2025 English Topics

Candidates appearing for CLAT 2025 must have a command of the English language. The English section of CLAT 2025 will test candidates' reading, comprehension, grammar skills, and vocabulary. The important topics to prepare for CLAT 2025 English section are

Important Topics in CLAT English

Most Important English Topics for CLAT 2025

Vocabulary based questions

Reading Comprehension

Part of speech

Grammar

Figures of speech

Tenses

Active passive voice

Prepositions

Modal and Articles

Concord (subject-verb agreement)

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CLAT Legal Reasoning 2025

In this section, candidates will be given 6-7 passages of around 450 words each. The legal reasoning section is designed in such a way that it analyses the candidate's ability to identify the principle and facts from the passage. Below given are the important topics that must be covered in the legal reasoning section

Most Important Legal Reasoning Topics for CLAT 2025

SubjectsTopics

Constitution

History of Indian constitution

Important judgments and amendments

Law

Important laws like IPC, CrPC, Law of torts, family law, etc

Prepositions and facts

Important events related to legal and constitutional developments

Polity

Rights and Duties

Judiciary - Supreme Court and High Court

Parliament - Executive, Legislature, President

Current events related to Indian polity.

CLAT Logical Reasoning 2025

The Logical reasoning section in CLAT 2025 will test the candidate's ability to identify arguments and patterns. The important topics that can help aspirants ace this section are given below.

Most Important Legal Reasoning Topics for CLAT 2025

Important Logical Reasoning Topics for CLAT 2025

Series

Analogies

Seating arrangement

Syllogisms

Infreneces

Premises and conclusions

Strengthening and weakening arguments

Logical puzzles

Relationships

Calendar and clocks

CLAT Quantitative Techniques Important Topics

The Quantitative Techniques section of the CLAT UG 2025 will have information in the form of graphical presentation. Each set/paragraph or data would be followed by 4-5 questions. Given below are the important topics to be covered from Quantitative techniques

Important Quantitative Techniques Topics for CLAT 2025

CLAT Quantitative Techniques Topics

Profit and Loss

Basic Algebra

Areas Mensuration

Number Systems

Fractions

Mensuration

Work and Time

Time Speed and Distance

Probability

Statistical estimation

Average

Ratios and proportions

Important Current Affairs Topics for CLAT 2025 Including General Knowledge

This section will test the candidates' awareness of various events of national and international importance. Apart from this, candidates will also be evaluated on their general knowledge National and international current affairs for the last one year.

Most Important GK Topics for CLAT 2025

Banking and Finance

Outline of the Indian economy

Legal terms and their meaning

Supreme Court's recent and landmark judgments

General knowledge of world leaders, industrialists, lawyers

Historical events

Major industries in India

Arts and culture of India and world


Government Schemes

Awards

CLAT PG 2025 important Topics

CLAT PG syllabus is designed in a way that it tests the candidate's understanding of different laws subjects that they studied during their LLB course. There will be 120 questions from various subjects of law. Below given is the list of important topics for CLAT PG 2025

Most Important Topics for CLAT PG 2025

LawTopics

Constitutional Law

Indian constitution

Judicial bodies - Supreme court, High Court, District courts

Quasi-Judicial bodies - Tribunals

Writs, Rights and duties

Elections to President, Vice-President, legislative assembly, etc.

Official language

Important acts like Panchayati Raj, Emergency powers, etc

Law of Contracts

Nature of contracts and formation

Void and illegal, unenforceable contracts

Quasi-contracts

Discharge of contracts

Guarantee and insurance

Consequences of breach of contracts

Agency contract etc

Law of Torts

Definitions

Liability, strict and absolute liability, different types of liability

Joint tortfeasors

Remedies, Negligence, Defamation

Conspiracy

False imprisonment and malicious prosecution

Criminal law

General principles of criminal law

Punishments and exceptions

Liability

Criminal conspiracy

Offenses and defamation

International law

Major international bodies like the UN, WTO, IMF, World Bank etc.

Dispute settlements

International treaties

Humanitarian laws, UN charter

Law of the sea,

State recognition

Territorial disputes

Terrorism in different forms

Environmental laws

Intellectual Property Rights

Patents

WTO IPR rules

The patents Act, 1970 and other important rules

Best Books for CLAT 2025 Preparation

Most of the CLAT aspirants struggle in finding the best books that are useful in their preparation. In the market, there are numerous books and study materials available but it is advised that the candidates must refer to the most authentic books and sources. Doing well in CLAT is important for a law career in future as it is a launchpad to gt started. Candidates preparing for CLAT 2025 should refer to the best available books for preparation. Candidates can make use of CLAT recommended books to clear their concepts and give a boost to their preparation.

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. How many questions will there be in the CLAT 2025 exam?

There will be around 120 questions in CLAT UG 2025 and 120 questions in CLAT PG 2025.

2. How can I prepare for the Legal Reasoning section in CLAT 2025?

Candidates must go through all the previous year's question papers in order to understand the type and pattern of questions. Prepare the law of torts, basic contract and a few parts of the constitution well.

3. Is mathematics removed from the CLAT 2025 syllabus?

CLAT has a Quantitative Techniques section based on Class 10 level mathematics.

4. What type of questions will be asked in CLAT 2025?

The questions will be in the form of multiple choice questions.

5. Will there be negative marking in CLAT 2025?

Yes, there will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each answer marked incorrectly.

6. What are the important topics for CLAT exam?

The important topics for CLAT exam include section wise topics from each of the five sections - English which tests comprehension and vocabulary, GK which tests knowledge about current affairs, Logical reasoning, legal aptitude and Maths, which tests knowledge about fundamental mathematical concepts

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Hello aspirant,

Yes, you can definitely give clat exam in 2026 as according to the guidelines a student passed or appearing in class 12 th can give clat exam. So you are definitely eligible for clat in 2026.

I wish you all the best for your future journey.

Work hard!

Thank you

Hope this information helps you.

Hello!

Yes, you are eligible for CLAT exam if you have cleared your class 12 examination from a recognized board with minimum of 45% marks. For SC/ST category students, only 40% aggregate score is required to be eligible for this exam. In addition, students who are currently in their class 12 and are due to pass out in 2025 are also eligible to apply.

For more information, please visit the website by clicking on the link given below:

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Hello,


To prepare for the CLAT exam:


1. Focus on Legal Aptitude, English Language, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Techniques, and Legal Reasoning.

2. Practice solving mock tests and previous papers.

3. Stay updated with current affairs and legal developments.


Hope this helps,

Thank you

Hii There,

Yes, after completing a B.Sc. degree from any recognized university, you are eligible to apply for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for admission to various National Law Universities (NLUs) in India for their integrated LLB programs. You can also pursue a traditional LLB program (3-year) from any university that offers it, provided you meet their specific eligibility criteria. It's important to check the individual university's or college's eligibility requirements for their LLB program.


I hope this answers your question.

Thanks

Hello aspirant,

Hope you are doing great.

As per your question, NO you are not eligible to give CLAT exam this year. Because the eligibility criteria for the CLAT exam provides that, you need to complete your 12th grade and during the filling of application form for the CLAT, you need to put your marks, and without completing 12th you cannot get your marks.

Hope this helps!

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1111112=___________

Option: 1

123456654321


Option: 2

1234554321


Option: 3

123454321


Option: 4

12345654321


125 toffees cost Rs. 75, Find the cost of one million toffees if there is a discount of 40% on the selling price for this quantity.

 

Option: 1

Rs.3,00,000


Option: 2

Rs. 3,20,000


Option: 3

3,60,000


Option: 4

Rs.4,00,000


14. Find the present value (in Rs.) of Rs.3000 due after 5 years at 10% p.a. simple interest.

Option: 1

1500


Option: 2

1800


Option: 3

2000


Option: 4

2500


24. Raju took a loan at 8% per annum simple interest for a period of 5 years. At the end of five years he paid Rs.10640 to clear his loan. How much loan did he take?

Option: 1

Rs.8500


Option: 2

Rs.8000


Option: 3

Rs.7700


Option: 4

Rs.7600


'A' carelessly left an iron pole across a public road 300 m from that spot was a traffic signal indicating speed limit to be 20 kmph. B, riding a scooter at 80 kmph, noticed the protrusion from a distance, but still could not avoid it, collided with the pole and was injured. In an action by B against A.

Option: 1

B will lose as he was driving very fast


Option: 2

B will lose for some other reasons


Option: 3

B will succeed, because A was careless


Option: 4

B will succeed, because A could have avoided the mishap by putting up a warning


'A' was having a get together with his old friends and on his friend's suggestions, he consumed some alcohol. On his way back to home at night, 'A' heard some footsteps and turning back, he imagined he saw a figure moving towards him with a spear. In fact, it was only a man, 'B' with an umbrella, who was telling 'A' to walk carefully since 'A' appeared to be unsteady. However, 'A' proceeded to attack 'B' with an iron rod leading to grave injuries to 'B'. Is 'A' guilty of causing grievous hurt to 'B'?

Option: 1

No, 'A' is not guilty because in his intoxicated state, the umbrella appeared a spear to him and he exercised his right of private defence.


Option: 2

No, 'A' is not guilty because 'B' could have attacked 'A' with his umbrella


Option: 3

No, 'A' is not guilty because he was intoxicated on the suggestions of his friends and was incapable of knowing that he was savagely attacking a man, who was carrying only an umbrella


Option: 4

Yes, 'A' is guilty because he got intoxicated voluntarily and under the effect of this voluntary intoxication, he attacked and caused grievous injuries to 'B' who posed no threat to him in fart


'A"s cattle was being regularly stolen and 'A' was unable to apprehend the thief. One night, 'A' finally manages to catch 'B' untying his cow from the cowshed under the cover of darkness. 'A' slowly crept up to 'B' and slashed his neck with a sickle leading to the death of 'B' Is 'A' guilty of the offence of culpable homicide?

Option: 1

No, 'A' was only exercising his right of private defence of property


Option: 2

No, 'B' continued stealing of his cattle would have rendered his business inoperable


Option: 3

Yes, 'A' had no reasonable apprehension that 'A' could suffer any grievous hurt if he did not kill 'B'


Option: 4

Yes, 'A' should have first challenged 'B' to surrender before taking any steps to cause 'B's death


A, a 15 year old girl, having been rebuked by her mother leaves her house. At railway station she met the accused who takes her to his house. He provides her clothes, money and ornaments at his house and has sexual intercourse with the girl with her consent. What offence has been committed?

Option: 1

The mother is accused of maltreatment.


Option: 2

The accused is guilty of rape.  


Option: 3

The accused is not guilty.


Option: 4

None of the above.


A, a 15 year old girl, left her mother’s house and joined the accused because her mother has turned down the proposal of her marriage with the accused on the ground that she was too young. While she was with the accused he had sexual intercourse with her against her will. What offence has been committed?

Option: 1 None

Option: 2 None

Option: 3 None

Option: 4 None

A, a chain snatcher, forcibly pulled the ear rings from the ears of an old lady. Both the ear lobes were torn and the old lady suffered pain and suffering for over three weeks. For what offence can A be prosecuted? What offence have been committed?

Option: 1

He is guilty of theft.


Option: 2

A is guilty of voluntarily causing ‘grievous hurt’.


Option: 3

He is guilty of rash and negligent.


Option: 4

None of the above.


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