CLAT 2011 Update Around 24000 students appeared for the exam across 19 cities

The 4th Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) took place yesterday with approximately 24,000 students appearing for the exam for admission into 11 National Law Schools in the country. The exam was organize



May 5, 2012 - 5:42am

Sheesh! I kind of regret reading the comments(not the article)since I'm appearing for CLAT 2012(which happens to be less than 2 weeks away) and NOW I'm seriously doubting my preparation. If I don't get into a notable National Law university, then it's 'Ciao' to Law. Yup! I'll be stuck forever in Engineering(Science got that right T.T) since I really, really can't afford to take a year off. Why is everyone freaking out so much anyway? Smh. *Sigh* It's freaking me out as well. I really do hope that this year's paper is do-able(I've always had to deal with time-constraint.I just can't seem to complete it on time, no matter what I do! -_-')Either way, wish me Luck 'cuz if this year's paper is anything like the previous year's, then I'll be needing a LOT of it! (No exaggeration)


titiksha sharma

December 22, 2011 - 12:01pm

its realy lnghty ? its tugh or not my sinors pl tell me more detail..............:(



August 13, 2011 - 3:53pm

OMG the comments given over here is making me more nervous... as m going 2 appear or CLAT 2012


prachi shrivastava

June 25, 2011 - 6:42pm

i just wanted 2 know tht in gnlu wht is the ceiteria for the admission of the clat students



June 4, 2011 - 10:25pm

Ok ...This paper OBVIOUSLY tested the intelligence of the candidate. They want the best lot out of the 23,000...The paper was no doubt lengthy .But that was the punch .Majority of the people could only attempt 170 questions with accuracy ..And there the intelligence comes into play ..Those ppl who who attempted the questions with accuracy will make it ..

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