Common Law Admission Test, (CLAT) is conducted for the candidates, who desire to seek admission into law programs at undergraduate as well as at postgraduate level. Most of the reputed national law universities across the country consider the scores of entrance examination for admission. These law universities conduct the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) entrance examination in rotation, every year. Through the scores of this entrance examination, one can seek admission in any of the participating universities.
There is no set/defined syllabus of entrance examination.
The applicants can enhance their vocabulary, practice grammar related rules to attempt English section. In order to crack general awareness/current affair section and legal awareness section, one can acquire relevant knowledge by reading newspapers and books related to the subject, on a regular basis. The scholars can practice mathematics of 10+2 level for Elementary Mathematics section. By studying competitive books, one can develop logical reasoning skills.
The candidates have to thoroughly study the curriculum of LLB/B.A Law and should keep themselves updated with latest happenings and current affairs through newspapers and books. Knowledge of basic grammar rules is also necessary.