CLAT is a centralized national-level entrance test for admissions to the 5-year integrated LLB. and LLM. program by 24 National Law Universities (NLUs) in India. CLAT is likely to be held on the 3rd Sunday of December. CLAT is a greatly appreciated and adored law entrance exam designed to test a student’s aptitude and skills in areas such as Legal Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques, English Language, Logical Reasoning, and Current Affairs (including GK). CLAT is a gateway to multiple prestigious law universities and many other law colleges/universities across the country.
CLAT is the toughest of all the law entrances in India. Although many students attempt CLAT every year, it is cleared by a select few who reflect the required hard work, discipline, and diligence. Seats are allotted based on rank in the merit list and choice filling by the candidate. Every law aspirant must target the best law school in India, i.e. National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore, the first National Law University to pioneer legal education reforms in India. Generally, students also take up other important law entrances such as AILET, SLAT, NLAT, MAH-Law – CET, CUET, LSAT, etc.