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The National Law University Odisha, Cuttack would be announcing the CLAT 2019 Mock Test in the third week of April 2019. Students would be able to get access to mock tests of CLAT 2019 in the online mode. You can practice the CLAT mock test 2019 as many times as you want. Furthermore, it would also be very helpful for the candidates to know where they stand in the preparation stage.

You can get a fair idea about the number of questions, type of questions along with marks allocation with the CLAT 2019 Mock Test. Additionally, when you practice mock tests, you would get the real exam-like feel, which would eliminate your stress and give you confidence. A lot of coaching centres today provide the CLAT Mock Test 2019 to the candidates to aid their preparation and help them secure good scores in the Common Law Admission Test.

CLAT puts a lot of pressure on students who would be appearing for this coveted online law entrance exam. In order to help you prepare better and ease your stress levels, we will tell you everything about the mock tests and how they are important for online CLAT.

How to Register for the CLAT Mock Test 2019

Candidates who want to appear for the CLAT 2019 Mock Test, would have to follow the steps mentioned below –

  • You would need to click on the link ‘CLAT Mock Test 2019’ given on the official website.
  • Enter your user id and password
  • You would see a new page with ‘Mock Test’ flashing
  • Click on the tab and then start giving the test
  • The test window will get automatically shut after the allotted time.

In order to participate in the CLAT Mock Test 2019, you would be able to see the activated link in the third week of April 2019.

Importance of CLAT 2019 Mock Test

It is extremely crucial to take mock tests during the final phase of preparation. The simplest way to conquer the fear of online CLAT is to get the feel of the real exam as many times as possible until you become confident enough. Furthermore, it also helps improve your speed before the real CLAT exam by taking several mock tests. Such tests also help in getting quick at the mouse movements. Online mock tests and practice sets also enable students to prepare proficiently for online reading without a pen and paper.

How Many Mock Tests Are Required?

There is absolutely no number one can suggest and it’s recommended to go for as many mock tests as possible. However, it is always wise to start with one or two mock tests during your initial phase of preparation. This will make you less nervous and help you to access your preparation level. Once you proceed to your next level of preparation, the total number of mock tests you would need would also increase. Around the final phase of preparation, the mock test numbers can reach up to 20 a week.

How to Examine Your Preparation by Mock Tests

Exam experts along with CLAT Toppers have always suggested taking the path of mock tests to outsmart competitors and secure a seat in prestigious NLUs. CLAT Toppers believe that it is crucial to regularly give mock tests as it helps in overcoming your weaknesses and improves your strong subjects. It is recommended that a CLAT aspirant needs to appear for a minimum of two to three mock tests at the beginning that gives a certain direction to the preparation process and after, one mock test needs to be taken every month in order to evaluate your preparation level. When you reach the final months near the actual exam, you need to take at least three to four mock tests every week.

One of the CLAT toppers of the year 2015, Neha Lodha, says that the most essential thing was always time management and accuracy. She believes that her regular mock tests helped her manage time a lot better and also maintain the accuracy level. However, she warns the students that there is negative marking in the CLAT paper, so it’s important for test takers do not attempt questions they are not sure of. She gave around 60 mock tests in the last two months of her CLAT preparation.

Akshi Rastogi, another CLAT Topper who got AIR 6 in CLAT 2014 also stated that she used to take around 15 mock tests every week and that helped her immensely in analysing her preparation level. She further added that her sole focus was on lessening the time spent per question and solve the paper as quickly as possible. She managed to decrease her time per legal question in the end from 45 seconds per question in the middle months to 30 seconds. In the last month, she spent around 10 hours daily on studying.

CLAT Mock Test 2019 – Important Points

  • Candidates would be getting access to mock tests of CLAT 2019 in the online mode.
  • Only the students who fill up the application form would get access the CLAT 2019 Mock Test.
  • Candidates can practice the CLAT Mock Test 2019 infinite times.
  • Candidates would be getting the mock test of CLAT 2019 free of cost.

CLAT Mock Test 2019 – FAQs

Q: What is the fee for CLAT Mock Test 2019?

A: The CLAT 2019 Mock Test is completely free for all aspiring law students.

Q: How would I be getting access to the CLAT Mock Test?

A: You would need to log in to your registered CLAT account and then you will get access to the CLAT 2019 Mock Test.

Q: Is there a set limit in order to appear for the CLAT Mock Test 2019?

A: For the CLAT Mock Test, there is no limit. You can give the exam as many times as you want.

Q: How would I be able to check my marks in the CLAT Mock Test 2019?

A: You would not be given any marks to appear in CLAT 2019 Mock Test. But, there would be a set time limit of 2 hours post which the window will automatically close.

Q: Would the marks scored in CLAT Mock Test 2019 later get added in CLAT 2019?

A: No, there would not be any link for the CLAT Mock test with CLAT 2019 marks calculation. It is simply a practice for law aspirants.

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