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Highlights of CLAT Exam 2020

The last date for CLAT Registration is March 31, 2020. Exam on May 10 and answer keys to be uploaded on May 11, 2020. The results are expected two weeks from the date of the exam.

CLAT Registration – Beginning January 1, 2020, the process of online registration for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) has commenced.

Candidates can check on the notifications on the official website of CLAT – consortiumofnlus.ac.in

Candidates aspiring for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate law studies in any of 22 law across the country may register online to submit their application to appear for the common entrance examination.

The last date to apply for CLAT, the exam conducted under the aegis of the Consortium of National Law Universities, is March 31, 2020. The date announced for the exam is May 10, 2020, while on May 11, 2020, the answer keys will be uploaded. The results of the exam are expected two weeks later.

Candidates are advised to fill in their preference in the correct order along with the application as no changes in preference will be allowed later. The fee for the application for candidates of the general category is Rs 4,000 and Rs 3,500 for applicants of SC, ST, and BPL categories.

Once registered on the website for CLAT 2020, candidates can go through the guidelines for the common entrance test, as also the model question papers, answer keys and even course material.

Candidates appearing for CLAT 2020 need to be prepared for questions in English language, general knowledge of current affairs, tests of reasoning and quantitative aptitude. Out of the 150 objective type questions, those on quantitative analysis will be based on class X level mathematics.

Minimum eligibility for the CLAT 2020 candidates is a pass certificate of class XII from a recognized board, with a minimum of 45 percent marks. Those applying for the PG courses in Law must possess an LLB or equivalent degree.

The consortium has duly notified that each wrong answer will entail a negative marking of 0.25.

The criterion for LLM entrance is that candidates will qualify for descriptive type answers only after securing 40% marks in the objective type questions. Candidates of the SC, ST categories need 35% in the said section.

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