How to use the lockdown for better preparation of CLAT 2020
How to use the lockdown for better preparation of CLAT 2020 - The lockdown, starting from March 22, has been extended across the country to stop the spread of Coronavirus. The lockdown or Janta curfew has affected the CLAT preparation of several aspirants as the coaching institutes, book stores have been closed indefinitely. Further, CLAT 2020, which is slated to be held on May 10 is also expected to be postponed. Now, candidats staying at their houses must utilize this tough time for some benefit. While staying at home during Janta curfew, candidates should make most of this time for a better preparation of CLAT 2020. This article provides a basic guide to use the Janta curfew for better preparation of CLAT 2020, along with some important guidelines, read below to know more.
How to use the lockdown for better preparation of CLAT 2020
Once the great Albert Einstein said, ‘In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity’. The tough time brought about by the Janta curfew may have closed the markets, coaching and all, but it also gives the candidates an opportunity to maximise their chances of getting success in CLAT. Some important tips to use the Janta curfew for better preparation of CLAT 2020 are given below.
Follow a time table - The Janta curfew is here to stay for sometime, so candidates need to adapt with this situation. We suggest you make a new timetable/study routine and include all subjects in the daily routine. While locked inside of your room, give maximum time to study. The Janta curfew will give some additional time to the candidates so one may use this to prepare those subjects/topics which are not prepared so far.
Go online during the lockdown
While there is Janta curfew outside, candidates will have to go online to keep the momentum of their CLAT preparation. There is a lot of study material available in digital media. One may use Youtube for current affairs and general knowledge. Simillary, the online education portal will be very effective these days.
Develop the critical reading ability
The exam pattern of CLAT has been changed considerably from what we have seen in past years. Now, candidates will be tested on their ability to read, analyse and decision making. Thus, this lockdown should be used to develop the ability to read and comprehend the complex articles. Candidates are advised to read newspapers, editorial sections and opinions etc and understand the main theme, political and legal aspect mentioned.
Try solving mock tests
The Janata curfew can be utilised in solving more number of CLAT mock tests which are considered a very effective way of CLAT preparation. The CLAT mock tests, on one hand, make the candidates aware of the new CLAT exam pattern, while at the same time, they also help the candidate by giving a qualitative review of their preparation.
Make short notes
While reading a book or watching an online video, or reading a newspaper, candidates should keep a notebook in hand for making the short notes. The compilation of short notes becomes very useful at the time of revision. Also, at times, when reading a complete book is not easy, the short notes or a gist helps in covering the topics.
Revise during the extra time
CLAT aspirants can spend some good time during the curfew in revising the important topics, the topics that appear more frequently in the entrance test. Revision ensures that whatever the candidate has read so far, it remains with him for a longer time. A proper revision of the CLAT important topics will also bring accuracy while answering the questions in CLAT 2020.
Stay healthy and do necessary precautions
Above all, candidates should stay healthy and do all the necessary precautions like frequent handwashing, avoid touching their mouth, nose, eyes and eat healthy food. The government is providing all the necessary guidelines which should be followed holistically to avoid the danger caused by Coronavirus.
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Questions related to CLAT
are clat regestration still open??
Sorry to inform you that CLAT registrations closed on July 10th and exam is scheduled to happen on September 7th, date of issuing of admit card hasn't been announced yet. You can visit clat consortium official website where it is mentioned that registration has been closed officially on July 10th.
To know more about CLAT 2020 latest updates visit the link below.
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is it good to go out another city for clat preparation, because the place where I live has no facility but after I clear this exam , again I have to somewhere else for law. what to do? which city is best for clat preparation.
Well preparing for clat is also possible without coaching but it do require extra work as you will have to collect all the required materials such as notes and books by yourself, where in a coaching centre you are provided all the required materials.
However it isn't necessary to go to a different city to prepare untill and unless you are not ready. You have made a very good point here that for law college you will eventually have to go to a different city. Well if you are ready and comfortable than go for it. I will recommend you to go for delhi, as it has some of the best coaching centres and crowd is also good.
However if you are not ready to go to a different city you can also try online coaching programs. In offline coaching centres you get to interact with competitive crowd which pushes you up further to work hard however in online classes it isn't possible.
Anyways I hope you will make best decision for yourself. Hope you find it helpful.
If i have appear for CLAT after 12 but dont get success can i apper again in CLAT after BA.if yes is any difference in value of degree.Please reply.
Yes you can appear for CLAT even after completing your Graduation in BA. After completing BA programme you can apply for CLAT Entrance exam. CLAT is the national level exam for the admission to Five year integrated programme & Post Graduate law ( LLM) programme and if you have already completed your Graduation programme then you can also go for 3 Years law programme.
If you want to go for five years Integrated law programme then to apply for CLAT you should have minimum 45% in your 10+2
I am in class 11th and i have opted for humanities. i want to clear clat first and then compete the upsc exam , please tell me the right path
If you wish to give CLAT then you can take BA/LLB or BBA/LLB then after graduation you can appear for upsc . UPSC basic criteria includes graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized University. Candidate must be more than 21 years of age and the upper age limit is 32 years for general candidates. Therefore as per your interest you can do graduation in law and then give upsc after completing your graduation.
CLAT की exam के बाद BA.LLB के कोर्स क्या है CLAT का फॉर्म कब तक भर सकते हैं
Hello student ,
First of all as you know this is a national level entrance exam for admission of candidates who want to pursue in under graduation and post graduation law course in national law universities or in other universities .
Further , the students who want to make career in law and in legal area . They have to pursue Bachelor of arts - bachelor of legislative (BA LLB ) course and for this they have to give common law admission test and you can start filling form for this exam from January - July .
Hope it will help you !