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    Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    Please tell me the procedure to appear in CLAT entrance examination 2011 after B.Com. I also want to know that is it compulsory to give entrance exam after B.Com for taking admission in LLB 3 year course.





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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    For the entrance exam you must ensure that you have at least 50% marks. There is a relaxation for those who are from ST/SC category. Also you must have pursued the course from a recognized institute. This entrance exam is basically for those who want to go for LLB and LLM course. You can appear for the exam when you are in your final year. You must be on the look out for notification for the same. Make sure to apply for the exam before the last date. Also you must read the instructions carefully and fill the OMR accordingly. The cost of the form is Rs 200/-. Also the application fees is Rs 2500/ which needs to be sent in form of a DD.




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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    CLAT is a national level admission test carried out as for different UG and PG programs. They are mainly LLB and LLM programs. As to appear in the CLAT entrance exam, a candidate must have passed 10 +2. They must also have a score above 50% in aggregate. For SC, ST and OBC the requirement is to have 45% of marks in the +2. Candidates who appeared in their final year exam can also appear in the exam. The application form along with an OMR sheet is for sale in different designated centers. The price of the form is Rs. 150. Candidates can also apply for the application form by sending a DD of Rs.200. The application form along with a DD of Rs. 2500 should be submitted in the given address.

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    You can purchase the form from any centre of CLAT.The form cost is Rs 200.Fill up the form carefully and also you have to send a DD of Rs 2500 as registration fees.CLAT is national level entrance exam for shortlisting candidates for LLB or LLM courses. It is compulsory to take entrance exams if you want admission in a good and reputed institution/college.

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    There is a relaxation for those who are from ST/SC category. Also you must have pursued the course from a recognized institute. This entrance exam is basically for those who want to go for LLB and LLM course.
    And if you are not in this category then The form cost is Rs 200.Fill up the form carefully and also you have to send a DD of Rs 2500 as registration fees.CLAT is national level entrance exam for shortlisting candidates for LLB or LLM courses. It is compulsory to take entrance exams if you want admission in a good and reputed institution/college.

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    The day you have all be waiting for, is here. The biggest opportunity to change the way you will life for the next 5 yrs and even after. Forgiving all your misdemeanours, let me solicit a vantage which most can’t ill-afford.

    Let me serve an entirely amateurish, layman’s key to clattering the CLAT, shredding the awe inspired by the CLAT to pieces. Inch by inch, Section by section rundown of the test.



    Maths

    This will either be a piece of cake or your biggest nightmare. Accordingly its role in your roster should vary. There’s really no study tip or special preparation that anybody can give you for math. The math involved is very basic and uses only primary concepts. Use the options; they are there for a reason. (If they really wanted to test your mathematical ability why would have they given you options)



    Logic

    Logic is a lot like math, but it’s easier to crack in a short time span. There are certain categories of questions in logic. Each of these categories has a certain way of going about

    it. You should have enough opportunity to acquaint yourself with this section of the paper, besides all you require to crack this section is “Good Reasoning Ability” which cannot be taught, and comes naturally to you. The best thing about this section is that you can crack each question in this section without having done any similar problems prior to this test.



    English

    The only even remotely advanced area in the entire test is the vocabulary section. Grammar based questions: Most of you have done the rules of grammar in school and have devised your innovative rules and internalised them as well. You have reached that stage where you can make out if something’s wrong and with a sentence and what it is by saying it in your head. Just follow your hunch and back your instincts.



    GK

    This is the joker in the pack because the format may be fixed but there’s no way to predict the type of content. The GK section’s a lot easier now without the short notes, so make the most of that. Also you’ll realise that a lot of what you have read during those history & civics classes in school, has actually stuck to the dark walls of your membrane. A lot of questions will seem familiar and even if you don’t remember the answer, one look at the options will make a lot of things clear to you. You’ll realise that your intuition will bail you out more often than not and a lot questions will just click on the spot.




    Legal Knowledge


    This constitutes a vital section of the paper. The questions also cover a vast scope. Pay more attention to the Constitution of India, and the events happening around you.

    1. Important areas for the Constitution:

    Judiciary

    Elections

    Parliament

    2. Current affairs dealing with law:

    In the domestic sector,

    Concentrate on all the happenings in the field of terrorism and the new laws to tackle it. Closely follow the legal issues associated with the Judges appointment, RTI, Bills, Telangana, Scams, etc.

    One good way would be to look at all the commissions and committees set up, and the latest status regarding their functioning.

    International sector:

    Wars and human rights, and environment- these are the crucial topics.

    The measures taken to curb international terrorism are also important. And I see no surprises.



    Legal Reasoning



    Go through the 5 rules again and keep applying them as and when required. After the Delhi and SET papers, you must have realised the importance of these rules and the questions/ exercises tested/ provided in your Modules. Go through them once again. If have already got the past year’s papers, then make use of them and plan your strategy for the exam day.


    In the end, you’re the hero of this story and its end is in your hands. You could be lucky and have trouble in only one or two of these five areas or be dyslexic in all five. It may or may not pay off, but hard work’s the only way out. We often give up when the destination is closer than we may have imagined. Don’t give up just yet, you have dreamt and fantasised about NLSIU and strawberry field, this is the time where you stick to the fight. Give it all that you have and back yourself. Everything that is available to everyone is also available to you. Potentiality of one is potentiality of all. I’ll leave you with this quote from Balzac: “None is superior than what you can become”



    There is no negative marking. YOU MUST ATTEMPT EVERY QUESTION.



    Here’s wishing you all the very best. Best of luck from everyone at LST!

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    CLAT examination are for those candiadtes who are interested to get admission in UG and PG law course. And to appear for this entrance examination you should have passed Higher Secondary School / Intermediate Examination or its equivalent examination. But to appear for this examination you have to scored minimum 50% marks in your qualifying examination.

    Syllabus for CLAT LLB -

    English including Comprehension - 40 Marks

    General Knowledge/Current Affairs - 50 Marks

    Elementary Mathematics - 20 Marks (Numerical ability)

    Legal Awareness - 45 Marks

    Logical Reasoning - 45 Marks.

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    U must be a graduate for clat exam

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    The Common Law Admission Test(CLAT) will be Conducted for Admission to the U.G at 11 National Law Universities and Also for the P.G Programme for Admission to NALSAR,NLSIU,NLIU......different Institutions.

    Minimum Eligible for CLAT Exam,a candidate Should have passed HSC/Intermediate Examination Or its Equivalent Examination.And To Appear for this Examination the candidate must have Secured minimum 50% Marks In your Examination.

    Pattern of Exam :

    Total Marks : 200.
    Total no.of Questions : 200

    Syllabus for CLAT Examination :
    • English Including Comprehension
    • General Knowledge
    • Current Affairs
    • Elementary Mathematics
    • Numerical Ability
    • Logical Reasoning

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    A candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with atleast 50% aggregate marks
    (45% for reserved categories).
    Those who are appearing for class 12th exams in 2011 can also apply.
    Also a candidate should be under 20 years
    (22 years for reserved categories) before 1st July, 2011.
    Candidates can get the form of CLAT through designated branches of Indian Bank, State bank of India and 11 participating National Law Schools

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    Re: Procedure to appear for CLAT Examination?

    hiiiiiii,
    There is a relaxation for those who are from ST/SC category. Also you must have pursued the course from a recognized institute. This entrance exam is basically for those who want to go for LLB and LLM course.
    And if you are not in this category then The form cost is Rs 200.Fill up the form carefully and also you have to send a DD of Rs 2500 as registration fees.CLAT is national level entrance exam for shortlisting candidates for LLB or LLM courses. It is compulsory to take entrance exams if you want admission in a good and reputed institution/college.


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