CLAT 2019 was successfully conducted on May 26, 2019 at various exam centers across the country. CLAT 2019 was conducted in paper-pencil mode. The paper consisted of 200 MCQs to be attempted in 120 minutes. Every correct answer fetched +1 mark every wrong answer attracted a penalty of 0.25 marks.
According to the experts, the overall difficulty level of CLAT 2019 was low.In comparison to the previous year’s paper, several questions in legal aptitude section were from legal reasoning which made the paper lengthy.
All the sections were easy but time-consuming. Surprisingly, no questions were asked from “Constitution of India” and Legal Knowledge. In the GK and Current Affairs section, 45-46 questions were from Current Affairs and rest 3-4 questions were static which was related to recent events.
The questions were asked from the events of the past 3-4 months.The pattern of this year’s paper was very similar to that of last so many years’. It incorporated a total of 200 multiple choice questions unfurled across five sections-English, GK, Elementary Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and Legal Aptitude. For every correct answer, one mark is awarded. However, for every wrong option selected by the candidate, 0.25 marks is knocked off from his/her total score. This makes imperative for the candidate to attempt only those questions of which s/he is sure to answer correctly.
The paper doesn’t come out as a bolt from the blue. Rather being unconventional, questions were skewed on traditional lines, neither tricky nor time consuming. If not for a few questions here and there in Math section, the paper surfaced out as a non-controversial and well framed attempt by CLAT committee.
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