Changes Introduced In CLAT 2020 Exam
Law Admission Test, abbreviated as CLAT is a national level exam that admits capable
students for law courses. CLAT is held once in a year wherein 21 National Law Universities (NLUs) participate
to give entry to the selected candidates within their campus. The courses
incorporated under CLAT include LLB, B.A
LLB and LLM.
Thousands of aspirants take this exam to move their steps towards a bright future. With the world advancing and changes being introduced in every field now and the highly approached exam of CLAT has undergone modifications. Various changes have been introduced relating to the exam pattern of CLAT and below are all its necessary details:
Dated 21st November, the NLU Consortium released a press notification declaring amendments in the exam pattern.
CLAT 2020 exam is scheduled for 10th May, 2020. The official notification shall be released by the end of December, 2019 while the application form will be available in January, 2020.
The number of questions will now be reduced from 200 to 120- 150.
The descriptive pattern has a slight change as from now on comprehension based questions shall be asked from Quantitative Techniques, English, Current Affairs, Deductive Reasoning and Logical Reasoning.
The PG admission test will also have comprehensive based questions.
There is also an introduction of new training programmes for the faculty at NLUs and scholarship/fee concessions for students.
Few notions such as time duration and mode remain unchanged. The time duration is same as 2 hours while the exam mode is still offline.
The aim behind these changes is to improve the quality of students admitted in NLUs. They must have better reading and reasoning skills.
There is plenty of time for the exam but seen from a different perspective there is reasonable time for good preparation too. So note the above changes and get started with your CLAT exam studies now. All the best to all the law aspiring candidates!