Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 was conducted in online mode on May 8, 2016. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala conducted CLAT 2016 at 66 test centres of India. Careers360 covered the coveted law entrance exam from the test centres and brings latest updates on CLAT 2016 live. Amidst the scorching heat, CLAT 2016 test-takers have reached the exam centre as early as 12:00 noon, while the reporting was scheduled at 3:00 pm. CLAT 2016 was reported as the easiest CLAT till date with Mathematics section quite tricky, however the sections like English, Legal Aptitude and General Knowledge made the day of the test-takers.
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5:05 PM: CLAT test-takers found the exam to be an easy one with English and Legal Aptitude to be the easiest. However, Mathematics questions were tricky, yet doable. General Knowledge questions had a quite a number of questions from Current Affairs and a few from Static GK.
5 PM: CLAT 2016 ends, with candidates coming out of the test centres.3 PM: CLAT 2016 exam begins sharp at 3 PM, the scheduled time.
2.45 PM: Entry closes as per the scheduled time. Few late comers are still seen to be coming and requesting to be allowed entry, who are allowed by the centre authorities.
2.30 PM: Majority of the candidates have gone insde the test venue as hardly half an hour is left for the CLAT 2016 exam to start.
2 PM: Rush and chaos ensue as more and more test takers come and join the queue. Centre authorities check the Admit Card and ID proofs carefully before allowing entry.
1.30 PM: Entry starts sharp at 1.30 PM. Candidates are still coming to the exam centre.
1 PM: Some candidates queue up for the entry process, others wait aside, either going through last minute revision or arranging the necessary documents like ID Card and Admit Card.
12.30 PM: More candidates start reaching the test venue to appear for CLAT 2016.
12 Noon: Test takers start reaching the test centre.
CLAT is the covetetd law entrance exam for admissions to 2252 seats on offer at 17 NLUs in India.
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Firstly, it is imperative to know about which course to specialize in. General LLM courses
Here are some of the best colleges to pursue permit Law students to take up a number of unrelated subjects like International Arbitration Law with Entertainment Law or Intelligence Law. Secondly, a candidate needs to work on his/her financial budget before applying as different universities across different regions require different degrees of investment. Letters of recommendation must be kept in handy as most colleges seek students to have one.
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Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!
Yow will get admission in LLB after bachelor's in Engineering.For admission in LLB through CLAT a candidate must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent and must have passed bachelor's degree in any discipline.General candidates must have 45% in degree for SC/ST it is 40% from a recognised board or university.
I can suggest you some tips which will help you in preparing better for the same:
1. Check out the last year questions papers: it will help you to analyze a pattern and types of questions they ask in the Paper.
2. Take all the monthly magazine for the whole year: this will help you to read the news faster.
3. Check out the current affairs website/e-paper to get bulletins or short summary of the affairs.
4. Write down notes (but it might take longer time so do it as per the time limit)
5. Make sure that you complete a good amount of reading in a day. Do not go on for reading and remembering the whole news. Look out for a pattern of reading the current affairs which will help you in the exam as you have less time and a lot of syllabus to cover.
A pass ceritficate issued by any educational board certifies that the candidate has cleared all subjects scoring passing marks and is eligible to take up degree courses in other institutions. Since you have it you should proceed with completing the application.
Hello aspirant, I hope you are doing good.
It's good to know you are interested in CLAT . But yes, clearing boards with marks is more important , but now take just 1 hours extra to prepare for CLAT. But after giving 12th exam, make to get into a crash course of CLAT . This will really help you a lot.
I hope this helps.
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