CLAT, an acronym for Common Law Admission Test, is a law entrance test organized jointly by 21 National Law Universities (NLU) in India. The exam is one of the toughest exams conducted all over India. As the study reports have come from different sources, a record number of candidates could not crack the test each year. This is why law aspirants must be very careful and sincere about the test. Hard work, dedication, determination, and proper understanding of the CLAT exam pattern can help them achieve the finality.
Law aspirants can get admission to integrated LLB and LLM Programs for 3 years and 5 years, respectively, through this national level eligibility test exam
If you are a law aspirant preparing for the CLAT 2019 exam, you should be well aware of the exam pattern and other regulations associated with CLAT Exam 2019.
The exam for the admission year 2019-2020 is expected to hold on May 12 in paper-pen mode. The organizer, National Law University Odisha in Cuttack, has announced the test date. Although no significant changes found in the exam pattern in the last few years till 2018, this year is going to experience a notable change in the exam pattern. Unlike the previous years, the national level examination will be conducted in a pen-paper mode for the current year (2019).
CLAT 2019 announces offline exam
The national-level law examination for 2019 will be administered offline. No online test will be taken in 2019 for getting admissions in 21 national law universities, including Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Dharmashastra National Law University, and (MPDNLU) in Jabalpur.
Registration for CLAT exam 2019
Candidates seeking admission to LLB and LLM Programs in 21 National Law Universities (NLU) in India can register their names to take part in the exam. Online registration is allowed till the end of January 2019. The registration window will be open for 30 days. The registration fee is 4000 INR.
CLAT sample papers and online test series
To be prepared for the exam, a candidate must follow the previous sample papers. Based on the previous papers and exam patterns, they need to work hard at least for 6 months. The candidates are to answer total marks of 200 in 200 questions. Therefore, each question carries one mark.