Consortium has released the previous year question paper for UG Programme. Candidates who will appear for the exam must try the sample paper to get an idea of how the exam might look like.
For the better preparation of CLAT 2020, Juris Academy has released a set of CLAT Practice Papers that will provide adequate opportunities for students to practice. The application process has begun on 1 January 2020.
The exam is scheduled for 24 May 2020 (Date Extended due to COVID-19), does not allow a lot of time for candidates to go through the entire syllabus. More than 2 lakh applications for exams are made every year. Since the competition is high and the seats are restricted, practicing as much as possible is necessary. Though the pattern for CLAT 2020 has changed, the type of question will remain on a similar background. There is a reduction in the number of questions, along with more comprehension based questions.
Candidates are advised to try the practice papers diligently by recording the time it takes to try and attempt each section.
CLAT Practice / Model Papers will help you to score well. Some of the most important benefits include: