After CLAT 2015 Committee released the CLAT question papers with answer keys, test-takers have questioned the accuracy of the answer key, leading CLAT conducting authority to withhold the first indicative list of CLAT 2015 seat allotment which was scheduled to be declared on June 2. CLAT 2015 committee had earlier postponed scheduled May 31 announcement of indicative seat allotment by two days, citing some technical problems.Earlier in the day on June 2, CLAT conducting NLU - Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU), had released CLAT 2015 Official Answer Key and Question Paper after a spate of allegations on exam and evaluation process of the national level law entrance exam.
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In a fresh notification issued by RMLNLU, CLAT Committee officials, have admitted that after uploading the questions papers and answer keys on official website, they have received representations from several candidates who have doubted the CLAT 2015 Answer Key accuracy. Subsequently, an expert committee has been formed to look into this matter. Dr. J.D. Gangwar, CLAT 2015 Convener said, “Taking into contingence the representations from the CLAT 2015 test-takers, an expert committee has been constituted to look into this matter.”
“The first indicative seat allotment list of CLAT 2015, is withheld till a final view is taken on these representations,” added the CLAT 2015 Convener. The official also informed that the candidates shall be informed about the next date of publication of first indicative seat allotment list in due course of time.
After the declaration of CLAT 2015 results on May 20, test takers had alleged discrepancies in the evaluation and ranking process of the most coveted law entrance exam and approached Allahabad High Court demanding release of CLAT question papers. Subsequent to the petition filed on May 25, the High Court had also sought response from RMLNLU in this matter within four weeks. The next HC hearing is scheduled on July 9, 2015.
CLAT 2015 Facts –
As per the official data of RMLNLU, as many as 39772 candidates had registered for Online CLAT 2015 while last year, a total of 31231 candidates had successfully registered for the entrance exam.
CLAT 2015 was held on May 10 in online mode for the very first time
CLAT 2015 had a question paper comprising a total of 200 questions carrying 200 marks
The 200 questions set in objective-type (MCQs) covered five sections including English including Comprehension, General Knowledge/Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning
While every correct answer was awarded one mark, as per the negative marking policy of CLAT 2015, for every wrong answer, 0.25 marks was deducted from the total scored marks
Candidates needed to mark only one option among the four as provided against each question
CLAT Result was declared on May 20 for over 39772 candidates who had appeared for the national level law entrance exam conducted by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU). CLAT 2015 is the basis for admission to 2164 seats of BA LLB across 16 NLUs in India.
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Firstly, CLAT is much easier to crack as compared to JEE as the difficulty level and competition in JEE is much higher.
JEE-Mains consists of 90 MCQ-type questions ( 30 each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) based on 12th standard syllabus. 4 marks are awarded for a correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for a wrong answer. The exam is out of 360 Marks.
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Yes I'll enlist down some of the top books that will help you in the CLAT preparation. For improving your English and Grammar you can go with High School English Grammar by Wren and Martin, you can take help of Word Power made Easy by Norman Lewis as well. For Analytical and Logical reasoning, go with RS AGGARWAL AND MK PANDEY books. For Legal Aptitude, AK Bharadwaj is quite famous. For mathematics, use RS AGGARWAL and for GK and Current affairs, use Pearson GK Today and read newspapers and blogs regularly to keep yourself updated.
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current affair is a section which you need to revise every day. other wise there is chances for forgetting it. so I would suggest you to daily follow any one of the news paper or you may follow bankers adda magazine. every day spend 1 hr for studying. you will surely get success.
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Yes you can prepare for the exam just consistency should be maintained .
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Qualifying exam: The candidate must have passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam from a recognised university or board.
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