CLAT 2018 will be held online on May 13, as confirmed by The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) Kochi, the exam convening body. Common Law Admission Test, CLAT will be conducted for the 11th time in a row. Candidates can fill CLAT 2018 online application, for which registration will begin from January 1. NUALS Kochi will be conducting CLAT 2018 in over 65 examination centres across India. Further information on CLAT is awaited as the official notification for CLAT 2018 will be announced in the month of December.
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Candidates can find below the official exam date confirmation of CLAT 2018.
CLAT 2018: Dates
As per the official confirmation by NUALS Kochi, CLAT 2018 is to be held on the second Sunday of May, i.e, 13th of May. Candidates can check below other dates and exam events of CLAT 2018.
CLAT 2018 Exam Dates
CLAT 2018 Online Notification
Online registration for CLAT 2018 begins
January 1, 2018
Online application window for CLAT 2018 opens
January 1, 2018
CLAT 2018 online paper
May 13, 2018
CLAT 2018: Eligibility Criteria
As of now, CLAT eligibility criteria 2018 remain the same as of last year until any Supreme Court order comes in. According to eligibility criteria of CLAT 2018, there is no age bar for CLAT 2018. Any individual candidate who has qualified 10+2 or will be appearing for Senior Secondary School Examination in 2018 can fill the CLAT application form 2018. Further, the minimum score required to fill application form of CLAT 2018 is 45%, while those belonging to SC/ST categories are given a relaxation of five per cent in the minimum scoring marks.
CLAT 2018: Exam Pattern
The duration of CLAT 2018 is 120 minutes (two hours). The exam will be held online. There will be as many as 200 questions of one mark each. The 200 questions of CLAT 2018 will cover the following subjects– English (including Comprehension), Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Candidates will have to choose the correct option given against a question. In case of any wrong attempt, 0.25 marks will be deducted from the total score.
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