Are you a law aspirant preparing for CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) 2019 exam to get admission in one of the 21 National Law Universities (NLU) of India? If yes, you are at the right destination to have CLAT online test series and free CLAT mock test for 2019.
Read this article carefully and practice CLAT online test series available here. You can boost your skill significantly that can help you crack the exam. Your dream from becoming a reputable advocate will come true.
CLAT Mock Test Marks Distribution
To meet the increasing demand for CLAT online test series for the practice, the portal has included many series along with free CLAT mock test for 2019.
CLAT 2019 exam pattern is going to follow the below marks distribution for admission to undergraduate programs in NLUs.
- GK (General Knowledge) and Current Affairs: 50 Questions
- Logical Reasoning: 40 Questions
- Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability): 20 Questions
- English (including Comprehension): 40 Questions
- Legal Aptitude: 50 Questions
Each question carries 1 mark. Each wrong answer deducts 0.25 marks.
CLAT online test series on this portal have been designed in these five categories. Each category can be accessed separately at a time. However, you have to answer all questions within 2 hours. You have to attempt each question as no bonus question is provided for an alternative choice. As the complete process takes 2 hours and a few seconds to load on your browsers, it is always advisable to get a minimum 1 Mbps internet connection with 1 GB RAM to process each question smoothly. Make sure these before taking an online test. It will help you avoid disconnection and slower loading while answering the questions online.
CLAT Eligibility for 2019
As Common Law Admission Test is one of topmost national level eligibility test exam for UG and PG Programs offered through 21 National Law Universities in India, it sets a parameter to allow only the eligible candidates to take part in Common Law Admission Test 2019.
Given below is CLAT Eligibility for 2019:
Eligibility for Getting Admission to UG Program
Age Limit: The revised rules have confirmed no upper age limit for CLAT 2019. Anyone both female and male of any age can go for the test.
Academic Qualification: Interested candidates must pass 10+2 or any equivalent examination.
Rules for Appearing Candidates: Candidates going to appear for the 10+2 or equivalent examination and expecting to get the result in hand within April/ May 2019 are also eligible to sit for the exam.
Needless to say, each candidate has to convert his or her grade into a percentage to process the candidature.
For PG Program
Age Limit: Like UG program, PG program has no upper age limit to appear in the post-graduate program.
Academic Qualification: Each candidate must pass LLB or any other equivalent degree.
Conditions for Appearing Candidates: Candidates expecting to get their LLB or any other equivalent degree within March/April 2019 are also eligible to appear in the exam.
However, the appearing candidates must show a hard copy as the proof of their passing of 10+2 or degree exam in respect to the time of admission in National Law Universities.