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    CLAT Result 2023 (Declared) - Download Scorecard, Toppers, Rank List, Cut-Offs

    Edited By Shubham Bhakuni | Updated on Jan 18, 2023 11:09 AM IST | #CLAT

    CLAT Result 2023 - The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has released the first seat allotment for CLAT UG and PG 2023 on January 18, 2023. Candidates have been shortlisted for seat allotment of CLAT 2023 based on the CLAT merit list and admission preferences. Earlier the consortium announced the CLAT 2023 result on December 23, 2022. Candidates can check the CLAT result 2023 on the official website of NLU Consortium - consortiumofnlus.ac.in. Candidates will have to visit the CLAT login portal and use their registration number and password to access the individual scorecard. The CLAT results will mention details such as marks obtained by the candidate in the CLAT 2023, all-India rank, category rank and other relevant details. Along with the result, the consolidated rank list for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and counselling schedule was also released. Read the complete article below to know how to download CLAT result 2023 merit list, toppers and NLU admission details.
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    CLAT Result 2023 (Declared) - Download Scorecard, Toppers, Rank List, Cut-Offs
    CLAT Result 2023 (Declared) - Download Scorecard, Toppers, Rank List, Cut-Offs

    CLAT 2023 Result overview - Highest marks, toppers

    ParticularsDetails
    CLAT result dateDecember 23, 2022
    Highest marks CLAT UG116.75
    Highest marks CLAT LLM95.25
    Maximum percentile in CLAT UG100 by two candidates - one from Maharashtra and one from UP
    Maximum percentile in CLAT LLM99.99 by 1 candidate from Chhattisgarh

    CLAT 2023 Undergraduate Percentile

    PercentileTotal NumbersGender NumbersState Wise Numbers
    100.002Male - 2Maharashtra - 1
    Uttar Pradesh - 1
    99.994Female - 1
    Male - 3
    Maharashtra - 2
    Punjab - 1
    Rajasthan - 1
    99.983Female - 1
    Male - 2
    Haryana - 1
    Maharashtra - 1
    Uttar Pradesh - 1
    99.975Female - 3
    Male - 2
    Karnataka - 1
    Madhya Pradesh - 1
    Maharashtra - 2
    Tamil Nadu - 1

    99.96
    5Female - 3
    Male - 2
    Karnataka - 2
    Madhya Pradesh - 1
    Punjab - 1
    Rajasthan - 1

    CLAT PG percentile 2023

    PercentileTotal NumbersGender NumbersState Wise Numbers
    99.991Male - 1Chhattisgarh - 1
    99.981Male - 1Haryana - 1
    99.971Female - 1Haryana - 1
    99.915Female - 1
    Male - 4
    Bihar - 1
    Delhi - 1
    Karnataka - 1
    Tamil Nadu - 1
    West Bengal - 1
    CLAT 2023 College Predictor
    Know your admission chances in NLUs by using CLAT 2023 College Predictor.
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    CLAT 2023 result date

    Event

    Date

    CLAT 2023 exam date

    December 18, 2022

    Release of answer key

    December 18, 2022

    Inviting objections against the answer keyDecember 19, 2022
    CLAT final answer keyDecember 22, 2022

    CLAT exam result date

    December 23, 2022

    CLAT result dates - Previous years

    Event2021 dates2022 dates2023 dates
    Exam dateSeptember 28, 2022June 19, 2022December 18, 2022
    release of answer keySeptember 28, 2022June 20, 2022December 18, 2022
    Release of final answer keyOctober 03, 2020June 23, 2022December 22, 2022
    Declaration of CLAT scorecardsOctober 05, 2020June 24, 2022December 23, 2022

    How to download CLAT result 2023?

    • Visit the official website of NLU Consortium - consortiumofnlus.ac.in.

    • Open the CLAT 2023 login portal

    • Login using CLAT registration ID and password

    • Click on CLAT scorecard link

    • The result will be displayed on the screen

    • Download and save the scorecard for your reference

    Important details mentioned CLAT 2023 result

    Candidates can check the following details on their CLAT scorecard 2023.

    • Name of candidate

    • Roll number, application number

    • Marks obtained by the candidate

    • All India rank and category rank

    • NRI or NRI sponsored rank (If applied under such category)

    Grievance redressal after CLAT result 2023

    The consortium gives the candidates an opportunity to submit their grievances against the CLAT result and examination. The details related to grievance submission will be shared by the consortium on its official website.

    • Login to CLAT 2022 examination portal

    • Click on the “Submit Grievance” option

    • Provide the details of grievances

    • Upload supporting documents and click on submit option

    CLAT rank list 2023

    The Consortium of NLUs has also released the rank lists for both CLAT UG and CLAT PG soon after the declaration of result. The all-India rank list is the complete list of candidates who appeared in the examination and secured a rank. The merit list of CLAT 2023 is important as it is used for shortlisting candidates for counselling.

    CLAT result 2023 - Tiebreaker rule

    In case two or more candidates get the same score in CLAT 2023, they will be assigned a rank in the CLAT 2023 merit list using the tie-breaker rule prescribed by the consortium.

    • Candidates scoring higher marks in legal aptitude will get a higher rank

    • If the tie persists, the senior candidate will get a higher rank

    • Finally, if the tie is still unresolved, a computerised draw of lots will be used

    How many candidates are shortlisted for CLAT counselling 2023?

    Every year, around 60,000 candidates appear for CLAT 2023, out of which candidates five times the number of seats available are invited for CLAT counselling. This means, around 15,000 candidates will be invited to the UG CLAT counselling, and around 5,000 candidates will be invited to CLAT LLM counselling.

    CLAT 2023 cut-off

    In order to secure admission to the national law universities, candidates must clear the CLAT 2023 cut-offs. The cut-off will be the last rank/score for which an NLU offers admission. The CLAT cut-offs for the top three to four ranked NLUs would be around 100-105 marks. Candidates can check the previous year cut offs below.

    Previous year CLAT cut-offs

    Name of NLU

    General (All India)

    OBC

    SC

    ST

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    NLSIU Bangalore

    1

    85

    88

    638

    431

    2224

    554

    3428

    NALSAR Hyderabad

    8

    162

    505

    7849*

    1252

    2761

    3818

    5158

    WBNUJS Kolkata

    117

    257

    1989*

    11472 *

    2503

    4933

    5084

    7238

    NLIU Bhopal

    241

    451

    774

    1510

    3618

    4793

    6076

    10189

    NLU Jodhpur

    155

    378

    -

    -

    2318

    5881

    1727

    7620

    HNLU Raipur

    430

    756

    1721

    1980

    4918

    8797

    11785

    12027

    GNLU Gandhinagar

    175

    430

    752

    1747

    3779

    6527

    6155

    12014

    RMLNLU Lucknow

    377

    756

    902*

    3568*

    4565*

    10476 *

    15889*

    19504*

    RGNLU Patiala

    437

    1184

    -

    -

    6134

    9434

    6449

    16179

    CNLU Patna

    932

    1498

    1882*

    9085*

    9825

    18386*

    29956

    29956*

    NUALS Kochi

    413

    1315

    2114*

    20999*

    8411*

    25640*

    16977*

    16977*

    NLU Odisha

    470

    1191

    -

    -

    5800

    9726

    13361

    17417

    NUSRL Ranchi

    933

    1603

    1386

    2698

    3540*

    21084*

    13311

    31604*

    TNNLS Tiruchirappalli

    807

    1816

    1770

    3789

    6909

    12015

    15682

    16880

    DSNLU Vishakhapatnam

    1002

    1589

    8881

    11160

    10847*

    10847*

    24160*

    24160*

    MNLU Mumbai

    64

    548

    1310*

    8987*

    4874*(W)

    16251*(W)

    14752*(W)

    43608*(W)

    MNLU Nagpur

    999

    1657

    6293*

    18196*

    16251*

    36646*

    30004*

    30479*

    MNLU Aurangabad

    1390

    2323

    19850*

    34225

    20505*

    45669*

    44623*(W)

    46061*(W)

    NLUJAA Guwahati

    1131

    1979

    5542*

    39724*

    25357*

    41911*

    16817*

    40718*

    HPNLU Shimla

    1056

    2302

    -

    -

    7229

    12507

    12778

    22145

    DNLU Jabalpur

    1314

    2262

    1647

    3489

    10967

    12925

    15638

    22762

    NLU Sonipat

    1094

    2333

    1917

    4018

    6448

    12213

    12177

    23212

    CLAT LLM cut-off 2022

    Name of NLU

    General (All India)

    OBC

    SC

    ST

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    Opening rank

    Closing rank

    NLSIU Bangalore

    14

    163

    138

    549

    353

    1388

    511

    790

    NALSAR Hyderabad

    25

    240

    204

    664

    1014

    1618

    669

    5158

    WBNUJS Kolkata

    82

    579

    1498*

    3997*

    661

    3172

    1806

    3113

    NLIU Bhopal

    215

    379

    645*

    1609*

    1466

    3154

    3135

    4757

    NLU Jodhpur

    116

    666

    -

    -

    1433

    2626

    2037

    4800

    HNLU Raipur

    430

    1038

    1721

    2485

    4918

    4607

    4650

    5538

    GNLU Gandhinagar

    377

    514

    664

    1236

    1256

    3164

    1916*(W)

    2347*(W)

    RMLNLU Lucknow

    3

    127

    206*

    491*

    273*

    1105*

    5554*(W)

    5554 *(W)

    RGNLU Patiala

    133

    769

    -

    -

    1337

    2805

    2012

    6324

    NUALS Kochi

    545

    1440

    1682*

    4081*

    2804*

    7253*

    3113*

    3113*

    NLU Odisha Cuttack

    550

    1333

    -

    -

    2578

    4329

    4618

    6668

    NUSRL Ranchi

    493

    1314

    955

    2560

    2661

    4315

    2337

    2350

    TNNLS Tiruchirappalli

    549

    1535

    1201

    2501

    2500

    2500

    4226

    4226

    DSNLU Vishakhapatnam

    826

    1929

    3259*

    7362*

    5374*

    5413*

    6616*

    6982*

    MNLU Mumbai

    194

    735

    2096*

    5060*

    3194*

    5631*

    6222*

    6222*

    MNLU Nagpur

    131

    1561

    3103*

    7383*

    3966*

    6755*

    6997*

    6997*

    MNLU Aurangabad

    1121

    2195

    6235*

    7776*

    5631*

    6217*

    -

    -

    NLUJAA Guwahati

    667

    1721

    2114*

    7764*

    6939*

    6939*

    3542*

    7298*

    HPNLU Shimla

    652

    1524

    -

    -

    2734

    4760

    4797

    4797

    *state category

    CLAT toppers 2023

    The consolidated merit list releasd by the consortium mentions the names and marks of the CLAT toppers. Candidates will be able to check the complete list of CLAT 2023 toppers below. In previous years, the CLAT toppers have scored in the range of 115 to 127 marks out of 150. While around 150-170 candidates score 100+ score. After the CLAT 2021 result, a list of toppers was released as per the CLAT 2021 merit list, which is given below.

    Previous year CLAT toppers

    CLAT Toppers 2022

    Ranks (AIRs)

    Scores

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    Rishabh

    1

    121

    -

    Menal

    2

    -

    -

    Shivaansh

    3

    -

    -

    Harshit

    4

    117.75

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    Akshat Aggarwal

    5

    117.25

    -

    Akarsh Bhafna

    6

    117.00

    -

    Jahnvi Joshi

    08

    -

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    Previous year CLAT LLM topper

    Name of candidate

    Rank

    Marks obtained

    Interview

    Samriddhi Mishra

    1

    94

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    UG - CLAT 2021 Toppers

    CLAT Toppers 2021

    Ranks (AIRs)

    Scores

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    Manhar Bansal

    1

    125.5

    -

    Nidhi Agarwal

    2

    117

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    Karthik J Lal

    3

    117

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    Shwetha Ramachandran

    4

    115.5

    Click Here

    Sukram Sharma

    5

    115.25

    -

    Aditi

    6

    114.75

    -

    Shreyas Datar

    7

    114.25

    -

    Ameya Deb

    8

    113.25

    -

    Garima Banka

    9

    113.25

    -

    Shruti Jain

    10

    112.75

    -

    Utkarsh Panda

    53

    105.75

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    Shristy Chhaparia

    57

    105.5

    Click Here

    PG CLAT toppers 2021

    CLAT Result 2021 toppers

    All India Rank

    Total Marks

    -

    1

    85.75

    Priyansi Jadiya

    2

    83.75

    Shenoy Gaurav Narasinha

    3

    82

    -

    4

    82

    Priya Agrawal

    5

    81.5

    Kavya Bhardwaj

    6

    81.25

    MUSKAN AGARWAL

    7

    81.25

    Digvijay Singh

    8

    81.25

    Vanshika Mehta

    9

    81

    -

    10

    81

    CLAT Marks vs Rank 2023

    Candidates should check the mark vs rank analysis for CLAT examination to understand how the marks are converted to merit rank. The previous years’ CLAT marks vs rank suggests that only a few candidates secure 100+ marks. Whereas, most of the candidates secure below 50. It should also be noted that candidates should have secure at least 90+ marks to secure admission to top ranked national law universities. A CLAT score of 100 or above will help candidates secure admission to top 3 NLUs. The previous year marks vs rank details are given below for the reference.

    CLAT marks vs rank analysis

    Marks range

    Number of candidates

    100 or more marks

    150

    99.75 - 90

    385

    89.75 - 80

    774

    79.75 - 70

    1421

    69.75 - 60

    2445

    59.75 - 50

    3583

    49.75 - 40

    5362

    39.75 - 30

    7800

    29.75 - 20

    11832

    19.75 - 10

    13344

    9.75 - 5

    4357

    4.75 - 0.25

    1692

    Zero marks

    38

    -0.25 to -8.75

    319

    CLAT rank vs marks for LLM

    Marks range

    Number of candidates

    80 or more marks

    17

    79.25 - 70

    133

    69.75 - 60

    481

    59.75 - 50

    986

    49.75 - 40

    1526

    39.75 - 30

    1893

    29.75 - 20

    1868

    19.75 - 10

    1251

    9.75 - 5

    285

    4.75 - 0.25

    107

    Zero marks

    7

    -0.25 to -5

    20

    Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

    1. When will CLAT result 2023 be declared?

    CLAT 2023 result will be announced tentatively in the last week of December 2023.

    2. What is a good score in CLAT 2023 for admission to top ranked NLUs?

    For top ranked NLUs, candidates should try to secure 100+ marks in CLAT 2023.

    3. How can I download my CLAT 2023 scorecard?

    You can download the scorecard of CLAT 2023 by logging into your registered account. The direct link to download CLAT scorecard will be provided in this article.

    4. How many candidates appear in CLAT exam?

    Around 60,000 candidates appear for CLAT exam every year.

    5. What is CLAT passing marks out of 150?

    There are no fixed passing marks for CLAT examination as admissions are offered on the basis of merit rank and college preference of candidates. Candidates securing a CLAT merit rank under 500 will have a good chance of securing admission to top-ranked universities.

    6. How many candidates will clear the CLAT exam and participate in counselling?

    Around 15,000 for CLAT UG and around 5,000 candidates for CLAT PG will be shortlisted for participation in counseling and seat allotment. 

    7. What is CLAT score?

    CLAT score are marks given to candidates appeared for CLAT exam after their paper analysis. The scores are used to create a rank list and merit list for admission to NLUs.  

    8. At what time CLAT result will be announced?

    The CLAT result will be announced in the fourth week of December 2022. Candidates can keep track of the official website for latest updates.  

    9. What is a good score in CLAT 2023?

    The good score in CLAT for securing admission to top NLUs ranges from 90 to 125. Candidates must secure this score in order to confirm their admission to top NLUS.

    10. What is a good CLAT score?

    For admission to NLUs, candidates should try to secure at least 95 to 100 marks in CLAT examination.

    11. What is CLAT exam?

    CLAT exam is national level law entrance exam for admission to National Law Universities across India for BA LLB, LLM, or Ph.D. programmes.  

    12. What is the difference between the number of students passed with 30 as cut off marks?

    In CLAT exam, majority of the candidates score around 20 to 30 marks which is not ideal score to secure admission to NLUS in India. The number of students passed with 30 as cut off marks may not be able to make it to the shortlisted candidates list by Consortium of NLUs. 

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    Questions related to CLAT

    Have a question related to CLAT ?
    Hello Vanshika,
    Hope you are doing good.
    So, generally there is no such thing called syllabus for the CLAT. However, for the purpose of general knowledge section, you will have to study, Constitution, Current affairs,   Static GK, History and Geography as well.
    So it's not about topics, just read everything barely and get to know the gist of the subject. That's it. For this you remember certain important articles like articles related to fundamental rights, fundamental duties, appointment and impeachment of judges, president, etc. Appointment of election commissioners, their powers and all. Just have in your mind the articles related to them and the powers entrusted with such articles.
    Good luck!!

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    The below-mentioned resource pools the host relevant preparatory content to crack the CLAT examination.

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    Hello aspirant,

    Candidates will be asked questions in this section based on texts that are up to 450 words long each. The passages will draw from non-fiction writing, journalism, and other news sources. The questions are designed to evaluate the candidate's understanding of legal concepts or concepts linked to the passing. Candidates should be aware that there won't be any questions posed beyond the passage provided. Each of these chapters will include a series of questions that will test your general knowledge and awareness of relevant current events. The following topics have been included in this area by the Consortium of NLUs:

    Important recent happenings in India and around the globe

    Culture and the Arts

    the world's affairs

    Historical occurrences that are still important today

    A few pointers for preparing for the CLAT in current affairs

    1.Take a look at the test from last year.

    Understanding the structure of the general knowledge section of the CLAT is crucial after learning about it. 40–50 multiple-choice questions are present in this section. Verify the CLAT test questions from previous years to get a sense of the questions that were asked. Start practising using the available offline and online CLAT sample questions from previous years after you have a general idea of the format. You can get better grades by answering questions correctly and by being aware of the trend.

    2. Keep yourself updated and practise regularly

    Success in anything requires practise and consistency. If you want to ace all the general knowledge questions, be sure to stay up to date on current affairs and keep your knowledge current. By studying the topic for a few days, you cannot successfully answer general knowledge questions. The knowledge must be acquired gradually (at least for a year). Along with responding and practising questions, make sure you stay up to date with global current events. Keep up with the news and read the newspaper daily to keep current.

    3. Take CLAT practise exams

    Do you wish to understand how the CLAT test actually feels? Utilize practise tests! Attending practise exams will increase your accuracy and entrance preparation while also boosting your confidence in your ability to pass the test.

    Many centres provide test series. Numerous internet platforms offer practise examinations. Choose a mode that is convenient for you. Take practise tests for each subject so you can determine your general knowledge subject strengths and weaknesses. Additionally, try to deliver at least ten full mock exams to get a feel for the actual exam.

    4.Select your study materials carefully.

    One of the factors that will have the biggest impact on your CLAT score is the study material you choose. There is a tonne of study material available, both online and offline. By selecting the greatest and most precise study materials, you can have an idea of how the entrance exam will be. Numerous offline and online study resources make the claim to be able to assist you in passing the CLAT, but in reality they are full of inaccurate material and questions. Choose reading material that closely follows the format of the current exam and is appropriate for your level of comprehension.

    5. Eliminate speculative thinking

    The answer out of the four options would be something you would be reasonably certain of if you had done a decent job of studying for the general knowledge test. If you don't know the solution to a question, don't base your decision on conjecture. For each question you successfully respond to, you will receive one mark; if you don't, you will receive 0.25 marks less. You won't receive a point deduction for providing a negative response. Pick the correct response if you are certain. If not, your best option is to ignore the question about which you are confused.

    6.Limit Your Sources

    Attempt to limit the amount of current affairs information you consume. Candidate mistakes usually involve spending time by reading multiple newspapers. Make a choice, then utilise the internet sensibly. Use a top book for the CLAT  Current Affairs section.

    7.Pay attention to the curriculum

    Always bear in mind to concentrate on the topics covered in the CLAT UG curriculum when attempting to completely cover this section. After all, more passages should be expected for these subjects.

    8.Build your own notes

    The focus of current affairs is one-liners or, at best, three to four lines. Make your notes as simple to understand and retain the information as you can. All the important notes should be underlined using a distinct colour of ink. It is crucial to take your own notes because it has been established that writing is one of the finest ways to retain information. Remember that it would be impossible to memorise everything as well.

    9. Use online examinations or practise exams.

    Practice questions on current events and general knowledge are the greatest way to ace this section. This will also provide you a general sense of the questions that will be asked, helping you to assess your level of preparation or monitor your progress. But you shouldn't try this until you've made a few preparations.

    10.Use the Internet responsibly.

    There is enough material on the internet to cover anything, but how do you decide which link to click? A collection of General Knowledge pdfs that will certainly help you with your preparation for this subject is the most significant thing you will find. Before beginning to study something, it is always advisable to confirm its credibility.

    11. Review what you've read.

    Daily review and reading of current events are crucial because their volume increases daily. The notes will be helpful for review and for keeping in mind current affairs or recent news.

    I hope these suggestions prove to be helpful to you.


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