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The common law admission test is conducted on rotational basis by 19 National Law University.
The test is for UG and PG programs of law.
Through this examination the aspirants can get admission in various universities all over India.
There is no upper limit to apply for UG level.
For Undergraduate course the duration of the exam is 2 hours consisting of 200 questons for 1 mark each.
There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks per questions.
From now the examination will be conducted offline.
The subject areas include English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning.
Most of the students start panicking during last months of CLAT and its very normal for pressure and anxiety to lurk into the mind during these months. You need to stay calm and give your best.
Here are few tips which will help you during last minute preparation:
Avoid learning new topics in the last minute. It’s a good idea to revise last minute but its isn’t a good idea to study new topics last minute. Revise the topics which are already done so you don’t forget it. Revise more important topics in each section which will fetch you good score.
Set a time frame for the time you've left in your hands and review more important things at the moment, such as mathematics, legal ability, logical reasoning, and possibly some general knowledge and English if the time remains.
One needs to make strategies about how to attempt the paper. There are no additional marks to solve a hard question, nor will you get less marks than any other question to answer a simple question.
Another important thing is to focus on health and routine. Eat right and avoid junk food and food that makes you sick. Fix your routine in order to allow you to best concentrate during the daytime, since that is when you will be taking the test. Make your routine based on the examination time.
Keep yourself motivated and don’t worry about the result. Just stay focus and try to give your best. Don’t try to study too much during ending days.
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