Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a test for admission to National Law Universities in India. The test is conducted by all the participating law schools in rotation, in the order of their establishment.The test is taken after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to integrated programmes in Law at the undergraduate level. 

The CLAT Exam is a test duration of 2 hours that includes multiple-choice questions. Every question will be 1 mark and there shall be a negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer. These multiple-choice questions will be based on 5 subjects which are:

  • English Language

  • Legal Reasoning

  • Logical Reasoning

  • Current Affairs, including General Knowledge

  • Quantitative Techniques

English Language

In this section, ability in English is tested on the base of varied questions related to comprehension passages and grammar. There are other things required to consider including:

  • Understand the meaning of varied types of words and phrases used in a passage.

  • A comparison of the varied arguments or viewpoints set in the passage along with summarises a passage.

  • Correction of incorrect grammatical sentences and fill in the blanks with the relevant words.

Current Affairs Including General Knowledge

In this section, candidates are rated on the basis of their general knowledge and general awareness. you will be given a 450 word’s passage that acquired from news, sports, journalistic sources and others. These questions may consist an examination related to legal information or things discussed in the passage, but there is no requirement of any kind of additional knowledge the law on the far side the passage. In the passage, there will be series of questions including:

  • Arts and culture.

  • Living events of dominance from India and the world.

  • International affairs.

  • Historical events of continuing significance.

Legal Reasoning

In this section, you can expect a passage of around 450 words each that will be based on the situations or facts related to the legal matters, public policy questions, or others. There is no need for additional knowledge of law for this section as you will be able to get benefits from general awareness and moral issues. Every passage includes a series of questions where you need to:

  • Identify and presuppose the rules and laws set out in the passage.

  • Apply such sort of rules and principles to multiple circumstances.

  • Realize what would be the effect of changes to the rules to varied circumstances.

Logical Reasoning

In this section, you will except the below questions:

  • Identify an argumentation and its possible inference.

  • Read and recognize the argumentation which is mentioned in the passage.

  • Guess the required and correct things from the passage and then implement these conclusions to the new situations.

Quantitative Techniques

  • Obtain, guess, and handle the numerical information which is set out in such passages, graphs, or other mentioned representations.

  • Apply the varied 10th standard mathematical operations on such information and it will also include the respected area such as basic algebra, mensuration, and statistical estimation. ratios and proportions, etc.


  • Sl. No.
  • Chapter
  • English Language
  • Read and comprehend the main point discussed in the passage, as well as any arguments and viewpoints
  • Draw inferences and conclusions based on the passage
  • Compare and contrast the different arguments or viewpoints set out in the passage
  • Understand the Meaning of various words and phrases used in the passage
  • Current Affairs And General Knowledge
  • Contemporary events of significance from India and the world
  • Arts and culture
  • Historical events
  • Daily Current Affairs of National Importance
  • Legal Reasoning
  • Law of Torts
  • Contracts
  • Criminal law
  • Constitutional law
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Logical Sequences
  • Puzzles
  • Family/Blood Relation
  • Coding/Decoding
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Number Test
  • Ranking and Order
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Pairing
  • Calendar


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