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ANALYSING 5 YEARS OF CLAT
Lawyers of the future know how important it is for them to crack the Common Law
Admission test (CLAT) organized every year by the National Law University.
OPUS prepares you crack CLAT effortlessly through its meticulously organised
classes and courses
In CLAT, you will face 200 questions in each of the above categories, broadly as
follows: Comprehension (40 questions), Numerical ability (20 questions), GK and
Current Affairs (50 questions), Logical Reasoning (40 questions) and Legal
Aptitude (50 questions). OPUS prepares ably to crack each of these categories
Your ability to understand in English will be tested in this section. Most
questions will be provided as comprehension passages, where you skills on
English grammar will also be tested. When you read the comprehension
passages, you will be expected to understand the meaning on the passage in
totality as well as of specific words and sentences. Yu will be provided
incorrect, misleading words and phrases and expected to correct them
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Do you follow news and abreast on the major ongoing situations in India and
abroad? The GK and current affairs section will test your knowledge and
understanding of the world around you. Follow the news and major
happenings that took place between last year’s CLAT till now. Some questions
would also be from static general knowledge.
This section is fairly elementary and will test the knowledge of students based
on the syllabus in the secondary school syllabus
The official website informs that: “This section will test candidate’s interest
towards study of law, research aptitude and problem solving abilities. Questions
will be framed with the help of legal propositions (described in the paper), and a
set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions
may not be “true” in the real sense (e.g. the legal proposition may be that any
person who speaks in a movie hall and disturbs others that are watching the
movie will be banned from entering any movie theatre across India for one year).”
This section is geared towards testing your application of the principle of law that
has been provided to you. What this means is you are not tested on your
knowledge of the laws, bills and statutes. Rather, how do you apply your aptitude
and acumen to resolving an issue at hand in the legal reasoning section?
Trust OPUS to guide and mentor you all the way along
Some of the samples from the questions of 2017
Read our blog Titled “Analyzing 5
years of CLAT” for sample
Questions of 2017.