The biggest question right now among all the law aspirants is, How to master CLAT . The coronavirus pandemic has given us a chance to utilize these two months effectively.

You have to trust me when I say that CLAT and AILET should not be taken lightly. Most of the students have probably had never faced any national-level competition. But it is still possible to crack these exams in two months.

I personally know a few students who are in top NLUs with only two months of preparation. But this post is not about discouraging all those aspirants who have worked hard for a year. They have gained a lot of confidence which is not possible with three-month preparation.

Key takeaways from CLAT notification –

  1. The total number of questions is 120-150 and it is comprehension based.
  2. The paper is aptitude based and it’ll not aim at testing the memory of aspirants.
  3. Quantitative Techniques were earlier in the Maths section, the students can expect questions based on graphs, pie charts, and tables.
  4. There are no changes made in the Logical reasoning section.
  5. Legal Aptitude has now become Legal reasoning. The students will not be asked maxims or case laws.
  6. There are no changes made in the English section.

Below is the interview of CLAT 2019 topper Saumya Singh

Try to solve as many practice papers as you can. It can help you in improving your speed. You should also give your mock test honestly. It will help you in accessing your weak and strong points. You can also have a mentor who can help you in avoiding all those blocks which a law aspirants face during their preparation. Last but not least, Reserve your last month for revising your notes. Don’t start any new topics because it will only affect you more and more. There is no absolute need to join coaching to crack CLAT, but it can help you to seek professional help. We have made a list of law entrance coaching institutes that can help you in making an informed decision which you can read in our next post.

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