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The CLAT Exam Pattern for 2024 has been revised. According to the revised pattern, the CLAT UG examination will now consist of 120 questions instead of the previous 150 questions.
CLAT 2024 Exam Pattern
|Name of Examination||Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2024)|
|Exam conducting Body||Consortium of National Law Universities|
|Courses offered||undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) Law studies|
|Participating Colleges||22 National Law Universities in India|
|Exam Mode||Offline (Pen-paper Mode)|
|Exam Duration||2 Hours|
|Number of Questions||120 Questions|
|Question Type||Multiple-choice questions|
|CLAT Exam date||December 3, 2023|
|Sections FIVE sections||1) English Language 2) Current Affairs, including General Knowledge 3) Legal Reasoning 4) Logical Reasoning, and 5) Quantitative Techniques.|
|Marking scheme||For Correct answers, 1 mark to be awarded.|
For Incorrect answers, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
New Pattern of CLAT 2024
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2024) will be administered by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) on December 3, 2023, according to the most latest information. The CLAT Exam Pattern 2024 for the Common Law Admission Test has recently undergone modification by the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs). According to the updated CLAT Exam Pattern 2024, there will be less questions in the CLAT UG exam in 2024.In 2024, there will be just 120 questions on the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), down from 150 in previous years. English Language, Current Affairs with General Knowledge, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques are the five areas into which the 120 questions will be broken up. For the postgraduate CLAT 2024, the curriculum and number of questions will not change.
Revised CLAT 2024 Exam Pattern UG
See the below-mentioned Key Changes to the 2024 UG CLAT Exam Pattern.
- For admission to undergraduate programmes starting in the Academic Year 2024-2025 at participating national law universities, the Undergraduate (“UG”) CLAT 2024 will have 120 questions rather than 150 as in previous years.
- Candidates will have two hours to finish the exam, like in prior years.
- Five areas will be used to group the 120 questions: English Language, Current Affairs with General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques.