Common Law Admission Test
The Syllabus of CLAT includes a total of 5 sections. Here is the section wise syllabus of CLAT-
1. General Knowledge and Current Affairs- 50 questions for 50
2. Legal Aptitude- 50 questions for 50 marks
3. English- including Comprehension questions 40 for 40 marks
4. Logical Reasoning- 40 questions for 40 marks
5. Elementary Mathematics-20 question for 20 marks.
In case you are looking for an all inclusive guide then the best one is- Universal's guide to CLAT and LLB. Other good guides for the same are- Arihant's guide for CLAT and Pearson's guide to CLAT. Here are some tips for preparation for each individual section of CLAT along with individual sources for each.
General Knowledge - The GK Section includes both Static GK as well as current affairs. For gstatic general knowledge you can refer to the Concised size Pearson or the Arihant’s guide. For current affairs, first of all develop a habit to read newspapers daily. The Hindu is the newspaper preferred by various CLAT Aspirants. It not only builds a strong base for General knowledge but will also help you in your verbal ability section. There is a site called GK today.in which you can go to for current affairs. They have daily quizes based on current affairs which has been proved very usefull for CLAT preparation.
English - In case you are looking for a separate book For Vocabulary you can refer the book Word Power Made Easy by Normal Lewis. You will come across various words while reading the newspaper too, prepare a list, go through them regularly and try to use them in sentences. You should read the Editorial section of the Hindu for your Reading section as well as Vocabulary section of CLAT. For the reading section practicing your sample questions while timing it would prove usefull. For grammar you can use the Wren & Martin.
Mathematics - The weightage of the maths section is very less in CLAT. Also the syllabus included elementary level of Mathematics. Hence, if you purchase an all inclusive guide, then practicing for it would suffice.
Logical Reasoning - For Quantitative aptitude in case you are looking for a separate book then quantitative aptitude by RS Aggarwal can be used. Other wise Universal's guide to CLAT or Arihant guide is also sufficient for CLAT. Make sure that you go through the previous year question too.
Legal Aptitude - Universal’s guide to CLAT and LLB, Pearson CLAT Guide are considered the best for this section. Fo through the basics of handling the questions of this section at first, and then utilise it to practice from these guides or any other source online, previous year papers etc.
Make sure that you go through the past year question papers and practice them along with sample papers. This will help you to have an idea about how to attempt the paper, the level of questions for each section, and how to manage your time well. If you are planning to take any coaching in institutes like Career launcher, Bulls eye etc then their reading material covers all aspects. You can refer the books listed above in case you need separate books for any or the sections.
Best of luck!
Legal Aptitude - Universal’s guide to CLAT and LLB, Pearson CLAT Guide are considered the best for this section. Fo through the basics of handling the questions of this section at first, and then utilise it to practice from these guides or any other source online, previous year papers etc. Make sure that you go through the past year question papers and practice them along with sample papers. This will help you to have an idea about how to attempt the paper, the level of questions for each section, and how to manage your time well. If you are planning to take any coaching in institutes like Career launcher, Bulls eye etc then their reading material covers all aspects. You can refer the books listed above in case you need separate books for any or the sections.
If you are preparing for CLAT UG, Here are some of the tips which are basic yet impactful are:
Know the CLAT paper pattern, marking scheme, changes in previous year, latest trends and participating colleges.
It is not the quantity of books but the quality of books which matters. So make sure you have a selective yet good books with you.
Start with previous year CLAT question papers and previous year papers.
Be updated with General awareness, current affairs updates and even legal updates.
Work on your vocabulary. Read newspapers and relevant novels. This will also help you in increasing your speed.
Areas of Law to be understood in basic form includes: Law of Torts, Law of Contract, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and some understanding of Family law.
Attempt online and offline mocks test. There are sectional and full length mocks available as well.
Material you can refer to are: -Previous year question papers -Norman Lewis- Word Power Made easy -Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning- By RS Agarwal -Universal guide to LLB Exam -Pearson GK Module -Monthly magazines on GK, Current Affair, Books and Novel Hope this helps.
You can check complete CLAT Syllabus to go through with the given below link.
CLAT PREP Gurgaon is best Institute for CLAT / Law Coaching
hello there,hope you are doing well.let me tell you that you can prepare for CLAT even in 45 days .There is no issue.
But the thing is -try to utilise your time in a best possible way. For standard G.K, you can prefer ‘LUCENT’ and coming to CURRENT AFFAIRS section refer sites like bankers adda,affairs cloud,and some other best sites.Even, you can subscribe magazines like-’Pratiyogita Darpan’.
Well,coming to the most toughest part that most of the people is-REASONING.The books you must prefer to crack reasoning are R.S.AGGARWAL’s ’ VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL’ and QUANT.
For L.A ,prefer A.P.BHARDWAJ’S LA&LR.
go through this books and i hope you will find it beneficial
Feel free to ask me in the comment box if you are having any further doubts
hope you find it helpful
Applicants ought to have passed Higher Secondary School/Intermediate Examination (10+2) or its proportional assessment with at the very least half stamps in total (45% if there should be an occurrence of SC/ST/OBC and people with Disability).
There is no age bar for showing up in CLAT
Up-and-comers showing up in the passing assessment can likewise show up temporarily. In any case, they will need to deliver verification of having passed the passing assessment previously or at the hour of affirmation with a point by point imprint sheet.
An applicant with compartment/advantageous in any subject in the passing assessment won't be qualified for affirmation. The applicant who scored 45.2% will be dealt with equivalent to a competitor who've scored 99% of imprints. You can likewise peruse Prateek Tanmay's response to Do just toppers get a decent position in the CLAT assessment? ... For data/refreshes identified with CLAT or any law selection test, stay tuned to CLATistan.you can show up for CLAT after class twelfth for undergrad law programs. CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is one of the most looked for after placement tests for law wannabes.
The clat 2020 registration is expected to commence in the first week of January, 2020. The last date shall be last week of March, 2020. The admit card will be released in the third week of April and the examination will be in the second week of May, 2020. All the best!
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