CLAT 2023 - Exam Date (18 Dec), Registration and Application Form (Closed)

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CLAT, or Common Law Admission Test, is the main exam for admission to 22 National Law Universities(NLUs). These universities conduct the exam rotationally. However, since 2019, the Consortium of NLUs has organised the exam. The duty of conducting the exam is distributed and rotated among NLUs according to seniority in the establishment. CLAT 2023 is scheduled for 18 December 2022.
Important Note: The CLAT 2024 will take place in December 2023 for admissions to the 5-year integrated B.A., LL.B (Hons.), and LL.M. courses that start in the Academic Year 2024–2025 at the 22 participating NLUs.
Why CLAT?
Law and legal services are among the most honourable and revered professions. For instance, the legal representatives' requirements in society are most sought after. The first and foremost step to getting into the shoes of legal personnel is to get admission to law programmes. For seeking admission to the best law colleges in India for CLAT, approximately 70,000 students appeared for CLAT 2022, a number that keeps on increasing every year.
Law aspirants look forward to getting into the top ranks and admissions to India's best law institutions through CLAT 2023. Candidates work hard to get admission to the top National Law Universities such as National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru, NALSAR University of Law (NALSAR), Hyderabad, National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal and many others.
CLAT - Gateway to Top Law Universities
Avenues to a prosperous and challenging career are ascertained for the law graduates of National Law Universities. Since CLAT is the gateway to NLUs, except NLU Delhi, which conducts AILET, acquiring legal education is a prudent choice for a bright career.
Law firms handpick and hire fresh and knowledgeable law graduates from NLUs and best law colleges at a whooping package ranging from Rs. 8 lakh to Rs. 15 lakh per annum.
Besides working for famous law firms, law pass-outs can also work with established advocates to get paid between Rs. 3 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh. The objective of such new lawyers working under the established ones is to learn the legal profession's stratagems and tactics.
Apart from private practice and joining a legal firm, new lawyers from NLUs and SLSs can venture into the legal arenas such as Environmental Law, Intellectual Property Rights, Arbitration, Taxation and Competition Law. Now candidates are no longer restricting themselves to traditional areas of civil or criminal sides.
Teaching as a lecturer or a professor in law colleges is another profession for which a law graduate can go. The teaching profession does not demand any prior experience as legal personnel. There is respect, socialisation, enthusiasm, and contented earning. Therefore, by choosing law education from the colleges considering CLAT as their admission criterion, you earn honourable degrees and enter a respectable, lucrative, and challenging profession full of excitement and enthusiasm at the same time.
CLAT 2023: Exam Timeline
CLAT Notification will give you a glance at the important dates for CLAT Exam. This will help you to know the exam dates in detail.
Event
Dates for CLAT 2023
Release of admission notification
July 15, 2022
Opening of CLAT 2023 application form
August 08, 2022
Last date of application form submission
November 18, 2022
CLAT 2023 Eligibility Criteria
CLAT is conducted for both UG and PG law degree courses, but the eligibility conditions are different for both. These relate to the candidate's previous educational qualifications. Here, we have explained the CLAT Eligibility Criteria for UG and PG:
CLAT 2023: Eligibility for Undergraduate Programs
A candidate should have passed 10+2 or any equivalent exam with the following percentage:-
  • 45% marks for candidates belonging to the General/OBC/Specially-abled Persons (SAP) category.
  • 40% marks for the candidates belonging to the SC/ST category.
  • Any candidate appearing in the qualifying examination, i.e., 10+2, can also appear for this examination. However, they should be able to produce sufficient evidence to prove that they have passed 10+2 at the time of admission.
CLAT 2023: Eligibility for Postgraduate Programs
  • LL.B. or equivalent degree in law examination with a minimum of 55% marks in General/OBC/SAP categories and 50% marks in case of SC/ST category.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in April/May 2022 will also be eligible to appear in the CLAT 2023 examination. However, they will be required to produce evidence of their having passed the qualifying examination at the allotted National Law Universities at admission.
As per the revised standards, there will be no upper age limit for UG Program in CLAT 2023.
CLAT Registration
CLAT 2023 registration begins in August and ends in November 2022. The application fee for the CLAT form is Rs. 4000 for general category students and Rs. 3500 for SC/ST. Here are the main steps for CLAT Registration and to apply for CLAT 2023 exam:
  1. The application form for CLAT 2023 shall be filled online at www.consortiumofnlu.ac.in
  2. The candidates will be required to register themselves by creating a login account using an email ID or a personal mobile number.
  3. The candidate needs to fill out the form very carefully. The spellings of the student's name and other relevant details have to be filled with due care. The student could be disqualified if there is any alteration found.
  4. However, candidate must submit their applications on time. Applications shall not be considered after the last date has been passed
  5. The candidate will be required to fill in his preference order for all participating NLUs at the time of application only. Subsequent changes in the preference order shall not be allowed.
  6. The candidates will be required to upload the self-attested scanned copies of the relevant certificates at suitable places in the online application form. Any hard copy of the filled-in Online Application form or other supporting documents need not be sent to the CLAT office.
  7. If the students wish to have the CLAT previous year's question papers, they will have to fill the same in the examination form and be charged extra.
CLAT Exam Pattern
CLAT is designed to test the aspirants' knowledge of English, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge and Mathematics and all the essential parameters of the students, such as knowledge, speed, accuracy, comprehending abilities, and interpretational skills. Every skill required to become a successful lawyer gets tested in CLAT. To ace CLAT, an aspirant must have an in-depth understanding of the CLAT Exam Pattern to devise a strong strategy for the exam and to be able to attempt all five sections with proficiency and expertise.
The following analysis would give you a clear picture of the CLAT paper pattern and help in your preparation:-
Nomenclature
Sections
Number of Sections
5
Sections
English including comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques
Total no. of questions
150
Marks per question
1
Exam Duration
2 hours (120 minutes)
Negative Marking
Yes (0.25 deducted for a wrong answer)
Mode of Examination
Pen and Paper Mode
CLAT is divided into 5 sections of different weightage. The test conducted is for 2 hours with no sectional time limit. The table mentioned below will explain section-wise question and marks distribution –
Subjects
Questions(approx.)
Marks Distribution (approx.)
English including Comprehension
28-32
28-32
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
35-39
35-39
Legal Reasoning
35-39
35-39
Logical Reasoning
28-32
28-32
Quantitative Techniques
13-17
13-17
Total
150
150
CLAT Syllabus
CLAT syllabus is officially indicated by the Consortium of NLUs every year. In order to prepare well for the exam, the aspirants must be aware of the important topics of all sections. Given below is a brief description of different areas of CLAT, along with the guidelines for each:
English and Comprehension
  1. Students will be given a passage based on contemporary or historically significant fiction and non-fiction topics. The word limit of the passage would be around 450 words. Students should have the ability to read the passage within 5-7 minutes. One has to focus on understanding the central idea of the passage. To score well in this section, students need to comprehend the main points around which the author builds his argument.
  2. Students should be proficient in drawing inferences and conclusions after reading the passage.
  3. Questions can be asked based on the summary of the passage.
  4. A deeper analysis of the passage will help the students compare and contrast different points in the passage.
Legal Reasoning
  1. In this section, a passage of about 450 words will be given. The passage could be factual or based on legal matters or social issues. Students will be able to score well in this section if they develop an awareness of legal and moral issues. They should be able to think logically and assess the factual situation with a generalist approach.
  2. Students must understand how to infer the rules and understand the principles on which the passage is based.
  3. Students should have the ability to apply rules and principles to factually based paragraphs.
Quantitative Techniques
  1. In this section, students will have to solve short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information, and questions will be based on the above information. Students will have to develop a skill in deriving information from graphs, and questions will be based on mathematical operations.
  2. The mathematical operations will require students to know concepts of class 10th standard, such as ratios and proportions, introductory algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.
Current Affairs Including General Knowledge
The general knowledge section will check a student's awareness of current affairs and understanding of important news events. Students will need to analyse the passage based on the legal information given in the passage. To score well in this section, students must read newspapers and magazines and remain updated with current affairs. The GK questions will check students' knowledge on the following topics:-
  1. Significant events, dates and significance are happening on the domestic as well as the global front.
  2. Questions related to Arts and culture.
  3. Questions related to International affairs.
  4. Questions might be asked about some historical events that have a lasting significance.
Logical Reasoning
  1. In this section, a passage of about 300-350 words will be given. Questions will be based on the following points.
  2. Students should be able to understand the premises and conclusions of the given argument.
  3. The students should have the skill to analyse and identify the hidden arguments in the passage.
  4. High-order thinking is required to analyse the paragraph critically.
  5. Students should develop a higher level of intelligence to understand the term inference, as inferential questions will be asked in this section.
  6. Skill to understand the passage based on logical premises is another point that students need to consider while attempting legal reasoning questions.
  7. Additionally, students should be able to draw out an analogy and relationship between the passage's arguments.
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CLAT Sample Paper
CLAT Sample Paper plays an important role in preparing for CLAT. The Consortium of NLUs released the CLAT 2023 sample papers in September 2022. Candidates who are preparing for the Common Law Admission Test would find the CLAT 2023 official sample papers useful. They can improve their preparation and become more comfortable with the exam by working through the CLAT sample papers. Candidates should also solve the CLAT question papers from the previous year, which may be purchased while registering for the exam and the sample papers. To learn how to download CLAT 2023, read the article below.
CLAT Sample Papers - Important Dates
Event
Date
Release of first CLAT 2023 sample paper
September 2022
Second sample paper
October 14, 2022
Third sample paper
October 2022
Candidates can prepare for CLAT 2023 by downloading the sample papers from the given link.
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CLAT Sample Paper 1 (Updated Pattern)
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Steps to Download the CLAT Sample Paper 2023
Candidates can use the instructions provided below to get the CLAT sample papers that will soon be released by the NLU Consortium.
•Visit consortiumofnlus.ac.in, CLAT 2023 official webpage.
• To access the notification section with CLAT sample papers, click on CLAT 2023.
• you can open the PDF file by clicking on the sample paper link, and then save it.
CLAT 2023 Exam Centres
CLAT 2023 will be conducted in more than 80 cities across India. Candidates applying for the exam will get the option to choose the exam centre at their convenience. Also, candidates must carefully choose their CLAT 2023 exam centre, as they might not get the chance to change their preferences once the applications are closed. Below is the list of exam cities where the CLAT 2023 Exam Centres are situated.
Agra
Gandhinagar
Kolkata
Ahmedabad
Gangtok
Kota
Allahabad
Ghaziabad
Kurukshetra
Amritsar
Gorakhpur
Lucknow
Aurangabad
Greater Noida /Noida
Madurai
Barasat
Gurugram
Mohali
Barrackpore
Guwahati
Mumbai
Bangalore
Haldwani
Muzaffarpur
Bhopal
Hisar
Mysore
Bhubaneswar
Hyderabad
Nagpur
Bilaspur
Imphal
Navi Mumbai
Calicut
Indore
New Delhi
Chandigarh
Jabalpur
Varanashi
Chennai
Jaipur
Patiala
Coimbatore
Jalandhar
Patna
Dehradun
Jammu
Pune
Durg
Jamshedpur
Raipur
Ernakulum
Jodhpur
Ranchi
Faridabad
Kanpur
Shillong
Shimla
Srinagar
Tiruchirappalli
Siliguri
Thane
Rajahmundry
Sonepat
Thiruvananthapuram
Puducherry
Visakhapatnam
Vijayawada
Chittor/Tirupathi
Amrawati (Maharashtra)
Hooghly
Kurnool
Salem
Hubli / Dharwad
Vellore
Kanyakumari
Surat
Meerut
Kottayam
Cuttack
Rajkot
Tirunelveli
Vadodara
Gwalior
Mangalore
Steps to update your test centre:
Step1: Log in to your CLAT account
Step2: Click 'Edit Application' button
Step3: Go to 'Preferences' tab
Step4: Update the 3 test centre preferences as required.
Step5: Click the Next (>) button to go to the ‘Reservation’ tab.
Step6: Scroll down, agree to the declaration and click the Submit Form button.
CLAT Admit Card
CLAT admit card 2023 will be released by the Consortium of National Law Universities a week prior to the CLAT 2023 exam. Candidates will be able to download the admit card online through the official website of CLAT, i.e., consortiumofnlus.ac.in. CLAT admit card is a mandatory document required to appear for CLAT 2023, which is to be conducted on December 18 2022. Read further to get the important information about the CLAT admit card.
CLAT 2023 Admit Card Dates
Event
Dates
Release of Admit Card
To be notified
Exam Date
December 18 2022
CLAT Admit Card Download Process
Once the Consortium of NLUs releases the CLAT 2023 admit card, a direct link will be available on its official website. Meanwhile, candidates can follow the process to download the admit card with ease.
  • Visit the official CLAT website – consortiumofnlus.ac.in
  • In the notification box, click on Admit Card.
  • You will be redirected to the login page, where you have to fill in your registration ID and password and then click on the "Download Admit Card" option.
  • Admit card will be displayed on the screen, which you can download right away and take a printout for the examination.
  • Take at least 2 copies of the CLAT admit card with you.
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CLAT 2023 Admit Card: Important Details
The admit card contains all the information about the exam and the candidate. It is used to identify the candidate before they are allowed to enter the centre. However, the details submitted at the registration must be correct, as it will impact the details on the admit card. Below mentioned are the details that a candidate can find on their admit card –
  • Personal Information – Candidate's Name, Date of Birth, Category, Parent/Guardian's Name, and Communication Address
  • Candidate's Passport Size Photo
  • Exam Details – CLAT 2023 exam date, Exam Timing, Reporting Time
  • Address of examination centre
  • Roll Number/Admit Card Number – the number will be used for reference throughout the CLAT admission process
  • Name of the course as chosen by the candidate
  • Exam Instructions to be followed before the exam
So, when the candidate receives their CLAT Admit Card, they must check for discrepancies in the information. If you find any discrepancies in the admit card, you can contact the exam conducting authorities using the helpdesk number provided.
CLAT 2023: Documents Checklist
  • At least 2 copies of the CLAT 2023 Admit Card
  • Valid photo ID – Aadhaar card, Voter ID, Driving License or Passport
  • Blue or Black Ballpoint Pen
Each candidate needs to be thorough with the CLAT paper pattern to ace the exam. It will help them strategise their study plan and practise tips and tricks to attempt the exam in the stipulated time.
Post the written exam, the applicants are screened based on their CLAT score and called for the counselling round by the institutes they indicated in their choice in the online form. Through this counselling process, candidates can secure admission in UG and PG programmes offered by different National Law Universities. A total of 4 merit lists are released. Aspirants who do not make it to the first merit list have to wait for the second merit list.
Admissions to India's coveted National Law Universities are based on CLAT scores only. Therefore, you need to clear the cut-offs to get into your dream institute. So, it is essential to score well in each test section.
CLAT 2023: List of Participating Institutes
The colleges & universities accepting CLAT 2023 scores for admission to both 5-year LLB and LLM programmes have been explained below:
  • The 22 National Law Universities
  • Private law colleges affiliated with CLAT Consortium
  • Private law colleges
22 National Law Universities (NLUs)
All 22 National Law Universities (NLUs) recognise the CLAT scores for college admission with the exception of the National Law University (NLU), Delhi. The All India Entrance Test is a distinct exam that NLU, Delhi administers (AILET). In the table below, candidates can view the list of 22 National Law Universities for CLAT 2023.
CLAT 2023 Participating Institutes that Offer 5-Year LLB Programme
NLUs
CLAT Seats
State quota (Domicile and Category)
All India seats
National Law School of India University, Bangalore
180
25%
135
National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad
132
25%
99
National Law Institute University, Bhopal
120
50%
60
West Bengal National University of Judicial Sciences, Kolkata
132
36%
91
National Law University, Jodhpur
120
27.5%
87
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
170
50%
85
Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
172
25%
156
Ram ManoharLohiya National law University, Lucknow
169
52%
81
Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Patiala
180
10%
162
Chanakya National Law University, Patna
138
66%
54
National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
60
51%
31
National Law University Odisha, Cuttack
106
25%
79
National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi
120
50%
60
National Law University and Judicial Academy, Guwahati
60
48%
31
DamodaramSanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam
138
40%
54
Tamil Nadu National Law School, Trichy
114
50%
57
Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai
150
63%
55
Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur
120
62%
46
Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad
60
62%
23
Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla
120
25%
90
Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur (MPDNLU)
120
40%
48
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Law University
120
25%
90
Total
2801
1674
CLAT 2023 affiliated Law Colleges & Universities
Numerous other law schools and institutions have a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the CLAT consortium. Candidates are admitted to these associated law schools depending on their CLAT 2023 results. Candidates who wish to enrol in these institutions must submit separate applications to each institution using their CLAT 2023 results. The following is a list of colleges:
List of CLAT-affiliated colleges
S. No.
Law college accepting CLAT score
1
Alliance School of Law, Bangalore
2
Amity University, Noida
3
APEX University, Jaipur
4
ARKA Jain University, Jharkhand
5
Aryans College of Law, Chandigarh
6
Asian Law College, Noida
7
Bennett University
8
BM Law College, Jodhpur
9
Delhi Institute of Rural Development
10
Fairfield School of Law, New Delhi
11
Gitam University
12
Galgotias University, Greater Noida
13
GLA University, Mathura
14
Gujarat Maritime University, Gandhi Nagar
15
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi
16
Harlal School of Law, Greater Noida
17
IFIM Law College, Bengaluru
18
IMS Unison University, Dehradun
19
Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak
20
Indore Institute of Law, Indore
21
Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmadabad
22
IPS Academy College of Law, Indore
23
ITM University, Raipur
24
Jaipur National University
25
JIMS Engineering Management Technical Campus School of Law, Greater Noida
26
Kalinga University, Raipur
27
Karnavati University, Gandhinagar
28
KL Deemed To Be University, Guntur
29
Uttaranchal University
30
Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida
31
Maharshi Law School
32
Mahatma JyotiRaoPhoole University, Jaipur
33
Manipal University, Jaipur
34
Mangalayatan University, Jabalpur
35
Marwadi University, Rajkot
36
MewarUniversity,Chittorgarh
37
MIT World Peace University, Pune
38
MODY Institute of Science and Technology, New Delhi
39
Nancy College of Law, Patiala
40
National Forensic Sciences University, New Delhi
41
NIMT Institute of Method & Law (NIMT VidhiEvamKanunSansthan), Delhi NCR
42
Oriental University, Indore
43
Presidency University, Bangalore
44
Punjab College of Law, Amritsar
45
Raffles University, Neemrana
46
RashtriyaRaksha Academy,
47
Renaissance Law College, Indore
48
RNB Global University, Bikaner
49
Sai University, Chennai
50
Sanskriti University, Mathura
51
Shri Ram MurtiSmarak College of Law, Bareilly
52
Shyam University, Rajasthan
53
ShriVaishnav Institute of Law, Indore
54
SVKM'S NarseeMonjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS)
55
Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun
56
SRM University, Haryana
57
Techno India University, West Bengal
58
The ICFAI University, Dehradun
59
Universal Law College, Chandigarh
60
UPES, Dehradun
61
Usha Martin University, Jharkhand
CLAT Preparation Tips
CLAT is moderate in difficulty level, and most of its questions are lengthy and time-consuming. So, here we are listing down the tried and tested general preparation tips that will help you score high in the exam.
  • Prepare a timetable as per your schedule. If you can follow a monthly or weekly schedule, plan it accordingly. Keep the syllabus always handy.
  • Make sure that you cover all the topics and revise them at frequent intervals.
  • Solve mock tests and sample papers to be thorough with the concepts. It will also help you analyse your performance, where you will be able to recognise weak areas and stronger ones.
  • Prefer not to do the guesswork while attempting the questions in the exam, as there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks.
Step-by-step CLAT Preparation Plan
  1. Marking Scheme
Every candidate needs to know the marking scheme. Candidates should also determine which section is high-scoring and can help them crack CLAT.
  1. Conceptual Understanding
For an exam like CLAT, you have to have a strong conceptual understanding. You must brush up on your basics and keep revising important topics. It will help in keeping hold of concepts.
  1. Practice and Analyse
Once all the concepts are clear, the candidates need to practise mocks and sample papers to be aware of the actual paper's question types and difficulty level. Solving these will surely strengthen your concepts, allowing you to focus on weaker areas.
CLAT 2023 Section-wise Preparation Tips
CLAT preparation requires section-wise focus and smart work in terms of different areas and topics. So, it is critical to choose the right resources and adopt the correct approach for all areas of CLAT. Here, we have explained the way to tackle various sections:
Mathematics
This section requires extensive practice. The more you practise, the more proficient you will become! To improve, you must continue to practise. Additionally, it's good to review areas where you fall short. To maximise your accuracy while staying within the exam's time limit, you can employ the following techniques.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
You must be aware of the issues in this section. Everyone should read and watch the news as a daily ritual, both in print and on television. Working knowledge of history, geography, and science will be extremely beneficial. The Hindu, for example, is an excellent source of free news.
Legal Reasoning
To succeed in CLAT 2023, you must concentrate on static and current legal issues, landmark decisions, and significant cases from the previous academic year. As a result, the passages can be digested more quickly. Ascertain that you are aware of everything that occurred during the summer and winter legislative sessions and any new issues that have arisen. There may be questions if there is insufficient time to read and comprehend the passage. When confronted with a situation like this, preparation is critical. Acquaint yourself with the legal profession's lingo by studying legal jargon and foreign words, phrases, and maxims. When in doubt about the meaning of a word, look it up online and read it several times to ensure you understand it.
English
This section requires extensive reading. To increase your response speed and, thus, your test scores, you should read the newspaper and practise comprehension passages. Examine the previous year's exam papers. Conduct online practice tests and compare your results to those obtained on the actual exam.
Hoping that the given information on CLAT, its scope after completing a law degree, and details for the selection to NLUs, will help CLAT aspirants and other candidates seeking information about CLAT. Wishing a happy preparation journey to CLAT and law entrance exam aspirants!
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NLU Admission Process
The National Law Universities, which are a total of 22 in India, have set their separate cut-off scores. There are 22 National Law Universities in India, each having its own set of qualifying marks. The institute calls candidates for selection if they meet the cut-off score.
Step 1: Take the CLAT exam.
Step 2: NLUs will shortlist candidates based on how well they performed on the CLAT Exam.
· The candidate is not selected through a group discussion or personal interview. The merit obtained on the CLAT exam serves as the sole basis for selection. The chances of admission to the top National Law University increase with the increasing score.
· Seats are allotted to aspirants on the basis of merit/AIR (All India Rank) secured by the candidate.
· The admission procedure involves a centralised counselling process, wherein he/she can select the seats of their preferences of NLUs.
CLAT Answer Key
After the exam, you may view the CLAT 2023 Answer Key here. The whole CLAT 2023 question paper's correct answers are included in the CLAT answer key. Applicants who appeared in the CLAT Exam can use the official CLAT 2023 answer key to determine the correct responses and their scores. Before the CLAT results are made public, the estimated score can be used to analyse performance and forecast score and rank.
Check the key aspects of CLAT Answer Key 2023 in the following table:
Aspects of the CLAT Answer Key
Details
Name of Exam
CLAT 2023
Type of Exam
Law exam
Type of Event
Answer Key
Exam Mode
Offline
Official Website for CLAT 2023 Official Answer Key
consortiumofnlus.ac.in
Marking-Scheme
+1 mark for each right answer, -0.25 marks for each wrong answer
Calculate Your Score with the help of CLAT 2023 Answer Key
following score formula is used to calculate marks with the answer key of CLAT.
Total marks in CLAT 2023 = (No. of correct answers x 1) – (No. of incorrect answers x 0.25)
CLAT Ebook
CLAT Result 2023
In the last week of December 2023, the consortium will possibly announce the CLAT 2023 results. The CLAT result for 2023 will be released in the form of merit lists and individual scorecards. By logging into their registered accounts, applicants can get the CLAT 2023 results. The result will include information like the candidate's exam marks, rank, eligibility status, and other relevant details.
CLAT Cut Off 2023
On December 18, 2022, the Consortium of NLUs will administer the CLAT 2023 throughout the nation. The minimum score needed to be attained in order to be admitted to the best NLUs is regarded as the CLAT Cut Off. The CLAT 2023 Cut Off will be disclosed together with the announcement of the results.
One thing to keep in mind is that the CLAT Consortium will publish distinct lists of CLAT Cut Off for both undergraduate and graduate programmes. As soon as the list of CLAT 2023 Cut Off is published online, we will update it here.
CLAT 2023 Exam Analysis
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2023 will take place on December 18, 2022. Scores from the CLAT 2023 will be accepted by the National Law Universities (NLUs) for admission to their undergraduate law programmes. After the exam, students are anxious to see how they did and evaluate their chances of admission to a top law school. So, we have included some details for the convenience of students.
The 150 questions on the CLAT are divided into five categories: quantitative techniques, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, current affairs, and English. Each question on the pen-and-paper test is given equal weight.
NOTE: On the day of the exam, a real analysis of CLAT 2023 conducted by our experts will be available here.
FAQs Related to CLAT
Q: What is the eligibility for CLAT?
The applicant must hold a 5-year or 3-year LLB degree from a university accredited by the Bar Council of India. Candidates who will be graduating with an LLB degree in their last year are also eligible for CLAT LLM 2023. While getting admission, such candidates will have to present their qualification certificates.
Q: What is the CLAT course?
CLAT, held by 22 National Law Universities in India, is a national-level entrance exam for getting admission to undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) law programmes. The Consortium of National Law Universities, which consists of representative universities, oversees the administration of CLAT.
Q: Can I give CLAT with 12th?
Yes, you can give CLAT examination 2022 if you are going to appear for the class 12th board examination 2022. This is because class 12th board examination appearing students are provisionally eligible for CLAT.
Q: Is CLAT a good career option?
Law is considered one of the most rewarding career options. It is challenging and, at the same time, has a lot of monetary benefits. Law is open for all the streams.
Q: Is CLAT difficult to crack?
Common Law Admission Test CLAT is a national level Law Exam which is highly competitive to crack. It is conducted by CLAT Consortium every year. So, a well-planned preparation with the best strategy can make you a winner in this exam.
Q: Who will conduct CLAT 2023?
The Consortium of NLUs is responsible for the CLAT 2023 exam administration. Earlier, NLUs used to conduct CLAT on a rotational basis.
Q: When will CLAT 2023 be conducted?
CLAT 2023 will be conducted on December 18 2022. Consortium has announced the exam date in the recent notification release.
Q: How many NLUs participate in CLAT?
There are 23 NLUs in India, out of which 22 NLUs are participating in CLAT. NLU Delhi conducts its respective entrance exam for admissions to Law programs and is not a part of the consortium.
Q: Will NLU Delhi accept CLAT?
No, NLU Delhi will not accept the CLAT score, as they conduct AILET for admissions to the 5-year Integrated Law Programs.
Q: What is the CLAT 2023 Marking scheme?
In CLAT, 1 mark is awarded for every correct answer, and 0.25 is deducted for every wrong answer.
Q: Is Math required for CLAT?
Yes, CLAT has a section that tests a candidate's quantitative skills. The questions in this section are based on Class 10th Math. Thus, it will be easy for the candidates to study.
Q: Which stream is best for CLAT?
Regardless of the educational background, candidates from any stream can apply for CLAT.
Q: Does CLAT have a sectional cut-off?
There is no minimum criteria or sectional cut-off to qualify for CLAT. However, admissions to NLUs are offered based on the candidate's performance in CLAT.
Q: Are NRI candidates eligible for CLAT?
Yes, NRI candidates are eligible to appear for CLAT. All that an NRI candidate has to do is choose NRI from the category.
Q: What is the medium of the CLAT Exam?
The exam is conducted in English medium only.
Q: Are electronic devices allowed in the exam room?
Electronic devices like calculators, mobile phones, smartwatches etc., are not allowed. However, a candidate will get a rough sheet for work/calculations.
Q: Can you apply for CLAT exam offline?
A candidate cannot apply for the CLAT exam through offline mode.
Q: What is the CLAT exam mode?
CLAT is conducted in offline mode, i.e. Pen and Paper Mode.
Q: Is there any minimum cut-off prescribed for admission?
No, there is no set minimum cut-off score. Every candidate's candidacy will be considered in their appropriate category in order of merit.
Q: Is there any age limit for appearing in CLAT 2023?
There is no upper age limit to appear in CLAT 2023.
Q: What documents do I need to fill out the CLAT application form?
When completing the CLAT application form, you must provide a current passport-size photograph, a scanned copy of your signature, and a residence certificate.
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