CLAT (Common Law Admission Test)

Exam Pattern 2019

Course : LAW

DURATION
2 Hours
TOTAL MARKS
200
MODE
Offline
QUESTION TYPE
Multiple Type Questions
LANGUAGE
English
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS

200 for Undergraduate
150 for Postgraduate

MARKING SCHEME

1 mark for correct answers
0.25 marks deduction for incorrect answers

Section-wise distribution of marks

SUBJECTS NUMBER OF QUESTIONS MARKS
English including Comprehension 40 40
Legal Aptitude 50 50
Logical Reasoning 40 40
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 50 50
Elementary Mathematics and Numerical Ability 20 20
TOTAL 200 200

Exam Eligibility

In class 12th or equivalent examination, they must have secured: For Unreserved /OBC /Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and other categories – A minimum of 45% marks required. For SC/ST Category – A minimum of 40% marks required.

Other details

CLAT Exam Pattern 2019 – Duration of examination
Candidates were given 2 hours to attempt the Common Law Admission Test.

CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern – Mode of examination
Candidates had to attempt the paper in offline mode conducted by National Law University Odisha, Cuttack.

CLAT Exam Pattern 2019 – Type of Questions
Candidates were given multiple choice where they needed to mark any one of the four choices given.

CLAT Exam Pattern 2019 – Total marks
Aspirants of CLAT 2019 were tested out of total marks of 200 for BA LLB and 150 marks for LLM programme.

CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern – Marking Scheme
Candidates were awarded 1 mark each for correct answer in CLAT 2019 paper and 0.25 mark was deducted for every incorrect response from the total CLAT score. Non-attempted questions were awarded zero marks as no marks were deducted for this.

CLAT Exam Pattern 2019 – Sections for Undergraduate law programme
Candidates who have appeared in CLAT 2019 to seek admission into the undergraduate law programmes were examined on the following sections –

– English (Comprehension & grammar-based)
– Legal Aptitude
– Logical Reasoning
– Elementary Mathematics (Including Numerical Ability)
– General Knowledge and Current Affairs

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