All the Details you need to Know about CLAT Exam Results

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted each years for the students who wish to get admitted in the top colleges of country.

It has near about 2300 seats for 5 years integrated-law-programmers including the degrees like LLB, BA, B.Com, LLB, and B.Sc. LLB. This examination is conducted every year by NLU (National Law University).


Eligibility Criteria for CLAT Examination

Before filling the application form, you should have adequate knowledge about the eligibility criteria for CLAT examination. Have a look below to CLAT exam eligibility criteria:
  • The candidates applying for CLAT examination should have passed higher secondary examination (10+2) or any of its equivalent examination with 45% marks. There is a relaxation for SC/ST and handicapped people of 5%. This means they need to score 40% at higher secondary level.
  • There is no age bar for appearing in CLAT examination.
  • Candidates who are appearing in class12 examination can also take this test, but they should be able to provide provisional proof.
  • Candidate with compartment in any of the subject at higher secondary level is not eligible to take this test.

CLAT Syllabus

You must study well for CLAT examination to crack it with good scores. So, have a look at the syllabus you need to study for CLAT examination.
  • For English, you need to focus well on grammar and comprehension.
  • For GK & Current Affairs, you need to focus well on general awareness and daily happenings of the world and country.
  • For Mathematics, the main focus should be questions of general ability of 10th standard.
  • For Legal Aptitude, you need to focus hard on legal propositions, research aptitude and problem solving questions.
  • For logical reasoning, you have variety of questions that include syllogism, analogies, arguments, logical sequences and much more.

CLAT Examination Pattern

  • Total Marks – 200 Marks
  • Total Number of Questions – 200 Questions
  • Time Duration – 2 hours
  • Marking Scheme – 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer and 1 mark will be awarded for right answer. No mark will be allotted for question left unattempted.

CLAT Exam Results

Once the exams are conducted successfully, the students who have given this examination eagerly wait for the results. CLAT exam results are generally announced in the last week of May. You can check your CLAT exam results following these steps:
  • You can go to official website of CLAT.
  • Now, all you have to do is register for CLAT results alerts. Once the results are announced, you will be notified.
  • After the announcement of result, you can go to results page.
  • There, you have to enter your registration number or roll number and press ‘Submit’ button.
  • Now, your result will be displayed on screen.

List of Top CLAT Colleges

  • Department of Laws, Punjab University
  • Government Law College, Mumbai
  • National Law University, New Delhi
  • Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University
  • Faculty of law, JamiaMiliaIslamia
  • Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat
  • ICFAI Law School, Derhadun
  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune
  • ILS Law College, Pune
  • IndraPrastha University, New Delhi
  • Amity Law School, New Delhi
  • Faculty of Law, Lucknow
  • Faculty of Law, Allahabad University
  • Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur
  • Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun
  • SOA National Institute of Law, Bhubaneswar

Final Say

CLAT examination is conducted for the students who wish to qualify to take admissions in best law colleges of India. There are 2300 seats in total and around 3 lakh students apply each year for CLAT exam.
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