Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) Patiala has released CLAT 2016 Answer Key along with the response sheets of individual test-takers on May 8, as scheduled earlier. Careers360 brings ‘What CLAT 2016 answer key reflects’ to help law aspirants with important features of answer key and response sheets of the common law admission test (CLAT).
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Features of CLAT 2016 Answer Key / Response sheets
With CLAT 2016 answer key test-takers can check their responses marked in the CLAT test paper.
The answer key of CLAT also helps you in knowing your correct vis-Ã -vis incorrect responses in the law entrance exam.
Moreover, the answer key and response sheets, also comes with their estimated scores. Based on their estimated score candidates can also check their CLAT 2016 estimated Rank.
The response sheet of CLAT 2016 has the following–The option marked in ‘green correct sign’ relates to the correct answer option as per CLAT committee.
Question id – It’s the id number of question.
Chosen Option – It’s the answer option which the test-taker had marked during the test
Marks – It’s the marks awarded or deducted for the response made to a particular question
The option marked in ‘green correct sign’ relates to the correct answer option as per CLAT committee
While, the options marked in ‘red wrong sign’ relates to incorrect answer options.
CLAT 2016 test-takers, after verifying their response sheets with the official answer key of the common law admission test may file their objections for erroneous questions / answers with the exam conducting committee by May 15.
Candidates can find below the screen-shot for clarity–
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How to represent / file your objections regarding CLAT answer key 2016
Once you have checked your answer keys / response sheets of CLAT 2016, you can send your doubts to the official exam conducting body between May 13 and May 15, following the procedure detailed below–
Candidates can file their objections regarding CLAT 2016 answer key through the official window below
Enter your login credentials including registered e-mail id and password
Click on ‘Response Tab’ button
Fill in the box with providing question id and your response
Post the reasons in support of your response
If there are any supporting document (in .jpeg format), upload it
Representations can be sent through the official window below -
Points to be noted while filing objections
RGNUL Patiala, the CLAT 2016 conducting body has arranged an online automated process for representing the erroneous questions and answers.
No other form for filing objections will be entertained other than this.
Candidates need to file their responses individually.
The representations claiming CLAT 2016 answer key and response sheets should be supported with authentic documents or reasons, else may not be entertained.
CLAT committee and RGNUL Patiala have asked the test-takers to file their objections by May 15, 2016 in the prescribed format, following which the committee shall be uploading the amended answer key of CLAT 2016 by May 20.
After the release of amended answer key by the exam body, the results of CLAT 2016 shall be announced on May 23 along with issue of category-wise CLAT 2016 merit list.
CLAT is the common law admission test conducted by one of the 17 NLUs in rotation, every year for admissions to 2252 five-year integrated undergraduate seats. As many as 45,041 candidates have reported to appear for the coveted law entrance examination.
CLAT 2016 erroneous questions
As CLAT committee releases the official question papers and individual response sheets for candidates on May 12, experts and test takers have raised doubts on many questions and answer options. Several test-takers have doubted about 10 contradictory answers including one question which was out of CLAT 2016 syllabus. CLAT experts also suggested many errors in the answer key released by CLAT body.
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Hope this helps!
Yes, you can surely apply for the Common Law Admission Test while appearing for the board exams of class 12 for admission to UG courses. The eligibility criteria for CLAT states that the candidates
who have passed their class12th Board Examination or The Senior Secondary School Examination can apply for the exam. In addition to it, the aspirants have to secure a minimum of 45% marks in the qualifying exam for General Category and for SC and ST candidates, they need to secure 40% marks in qualifying exam. However, not only the students who have passed their class 12 examination can apply but
also the candidates who are appearing in their qualifying exam can appear. In the case of admission to UG courses, this qualifying exam refers to Class 12 examination and hence you have all the rights to appear for it and there is no problem in applying for the exam but you also have to ensure that you fulfill the educational (and also other) eligibility criteria for the exam.
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The actual number of applicants for the Common Law Admission Test differ every year and is usually experiencing a 8-10 % increase every year. Although the official records have many caveats attached to it but previous three year participants statistics is as follows:-
CLAT 2017:- 50,676
CLAT 2018:- close to 55000
CLAT 2019:- 60,000 approximately
So, approximately 55000 to 60000 students apply for the Clat examination every year. This number is the sum of total applicants for UG courses and the PG course. So, if you want to know about the UG course, approximately 50,000 people fill the exam every year and this year too you can expect the same trend.
However, it has to be said that many of those applicants fill the exam just to have an experience of a competitive examination after class 12 and hence if you are serious enough and have prepared well for the exam then your real competition is with probably 15000- 20000 people. Now, that is not any small number to compete against but given the stature of the examination, you will have to face such competition in order to fetch a seat in the top NLUs.
these are some of the best colleges you have through clat in Maharashtra -
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Mumbai
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Nagpur
Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Aurangabad
Kirit P Mehta School of Law, Mumbai
Dr Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune
Hope this helps.
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