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CLAT Exam Pattern (UG) consists of 5 sections: English, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Current Affairs including GK, and Quantitative Techniques, with a total exam duration of 2 hours. Tentatively, the CLAT paper pattern remained unchanged in the previous year and is expected to stay the same for this year. Here are the key details of exam pattern of CLAT UG.
Knowing the syllabus before starting any subject is an important task you must do in order to get familiar with the exam pattern and the things to be asked in the exam.
To gain a thorough understanding of each subject, the subject-specific syllabus is given below in detail:
In this section of the UG-CLAT, you will be provided passages of about 450 words each. These passages will be derived from contemporary or historically significant fiction and non-fiction writing and would be of a standard that a 12th standard student may be able to read in about 5-7 minutes.
Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your comprehension and language skills, including your abilities to:
Check out the important topics of CLAT English from the table below:
At EduRev, we have compiled all the topics that you should be familiar with from the English grammar portion.Along with this, you’ll find a series of tests specially designed by the experts for your practice of English for the CLAT section.
In this section, you will be provided passages of up to 450 words each. The passages will be derived from news, journalistic sources and other non-fiction writing. The questions may include an examination of legal information or knowledge discussed in or related to the passage, but would not require any additional knowledge of the law beyond the passage. Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your awareness of various aspects of current affairs and general knowledge, including:
Check out the important topics of CLAT Current Affairs including GK from the table below:
At EduRev, we have compiled all the topics that you should be familiar with for your Static General Knowledge as well as Current affairs.
In this section, you will be expected to read passages of around 450 words each. The passages may relate to fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions or moral philosophical enquiries. Aspirants will benefit from a general awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues to better apply general principles or propositions to the given fact scenarios.
Each passage would be followed by a series of questions that will require you to:
At EduRev, we have compiled all the topics that you should be familiar with for your Legal reasoning portion.
The Logical Reasoning section of the UG-CLAT will include a series of short passages of about 300 words each.
Each passage will be followed by one or more questions that will require you to:
Check out the important topics of CLAT Logical Reasoning from the table below:
At EduRev, we have compiled all the topics that you should be familiar with for the Logical Reasoning portion for CLAT.
Short sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations of numerical information, followed by a series of questions will be asked. You will be required to derive information from such passages, graphs, or other representations, and apply mathematical operations to such information.
The questions will require you to:
At EduRev, we have compiled all the topics that you should be familiar with for the Quantitative Techniques portion for CLAT.
Here are some important tips to keep in mind as you prepare for your CLAT exam:
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