CLAT 2024-2025 Eligibility, Age limit and other related information

The Common Law Admission Test or ‘CLAT’ is the main exam for admission to any of the 22 National Law Universities. The CLAT 2025 exam date is 1 December 2024.
Before filling out the forms for CLAT 2024-2025, students should read the following article to understand the CLAT eligibility criteria for undergraduate programmes.
CLAT 2024-2025 Eligibility Criteria: Age Limit
There is no upper age limit for CLAT 2024-2025.
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CLAT 2024-2025 Eligibility Criteria 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.
  • The candidate must submit the result of the qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) at the time of admission, failing which the candidate shall be ineligible for admission to the Course.
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CLAT 2024-2025 Eligibility Criteria for Postgraduate Programs
  • LL.B. or equivalent degree in law examination with a minimum of 50% marks in General/OBC/SAP categories and 50% marks in case of SC/ST category.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in March 2024 will also be eligible to appear in the CLAT 2024-2025 examination. However, they will be required to show evidence of their having passed the qualifying examination at the allotted National Law Universities at the time of admission.
CLAT 2024-2025 Eligibility Criteria: Application Form
CLAT 2024-2025 application forms are out. For more help filling out the application form, candidates can follow the guidelines below.
  • Candidates must register and create a CLAT login to access the CLAT Application Form. To register, candidates must provide their personal details like –name, email id, contact number, and password.
  • Once the candidate has registered, they can now move ahead to fill in their CLAT Application Form. They must upload their passport-size photograph, signature, personal information, communication details, and educational qualifications.
  • Then select the NLUs based on your preference and the three exam centres you prefer.
  • If applicable, candidates must provide their reservation details and submit their CLAT Application Form.
  • After submitting the CLAT Application Form, you can make payment online via Credit/ debit/ UPI or Net Banking and submit the registration fees as mentioned below.
Category
Fee
General/ OBC/PwD/NRI/PIO/OCI category
Rs. 4000
SC/ST/BPL category
Rs. 3500
Following the above, candidates can fill in their applications with the eligibility requirements. However, every candidate needs to be thorough with the eligibility requirements before applying for the exam. Ensure that you have entered all the details correctly, as you will not get another chance to edit your application form.
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CLAT Eligibility 2024-2025: Tie-breaker
When two or more candidates score the same in CLAT 2024-2025, NLUs will be using the process mentioned below to break the tie –
Tie-breaker Round for CLAT 2024-2025
So when the condition appears –
  • Candidates with higher grades in legal reasoning will be ranked higher in the selection process.
  • After a second tie, the older candidate will be given priority over the other.
  • A computerised drawing of lots will determine how the candidates will be ranked if a tie cannot be broken in the first round.
Tie-breaker for CLAT PG 2024-2025
For CLAT PG, the following points will be considered to break the tie –
  • Age of the candidate
  • Computerised draws
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FAQs
What is the CLAT age limit?
Candidates for the CLAT UG must have completed Class 12 or the equivalent from an accredited board. Candidates must receive a score of 45% to be admitted. There is no upper age limit to apply for CLAT.
Which stream is best for CLAT?
If you are sure you will take the CLAT to pursue a legal career, the Commerce stream is the one to choose, followed by B.Com and LLB. Alternatively, you can directly apply for CLAT after completing 12th grade. However, there are also additional topics in business that might not be relevant to law.
Are 12th marks important for CLAT?
The 12th grade does not play a significant role in the CLAT exam, but you must have achieved a minimum score or percentage.
What is CLAT 2024-2025?
CLAT is the Common Law Admission Test conducted by the Consortium of NLUs. The exam is conducted at UG and PG levels for admissions to the law programmes.
What is the CLAT 2024-2025 Eligibility?
CLAT Eligibility for UG and PG courses is different. Candidates applying for the CLAT UG must qualify for Class 12th or equivalent from a recognised board. Candidates must score 45% to be eligible for admission.
What is the Age Limit for CLAT?
There is no upper age limit to apply for CLAT.
How many times can one appear for CLAT?
Candidates can take CLAT as many times as they want. As of now, there is no limitation to appearing for the exam, but the candidates must meet the minimum eligibility requirement.
Can I get admission to Integrated law programmes at NLUs without CLAT?
CLAT is mandatory for admission to any of the law programmes at NLU. Thus, law aspirants must take CLAT to be eligible to apply for any law programme.
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