CLAT 2023 EXAM PATTERN AND SYLLABUS

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The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has established the CLAT syllabus for both undergraduate and graduate study. The English language, and current affairs, including general knowledge, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and quantitative techniques are the five topics that make up the UG CLAT 2023 syllabus. 


The UG-CLAT 2023 would concentrate on assessing applicants' comprehension and reasoning skills. Though occasionally past information may be helpful to reply to questions in the Current Affairs section, overall, it is designed to be a test of aptitude and skills necessary for a legal education rather than prior knowledge.


The UG-CLAT 2023 will consist of 150 multiple-choice questions, each worth one mark, and will last two hours. For each incorrect response, 0.25 marks will be deducted from the final score. Visit the website for more details Click Here


The following 5 topics would each receive their own set of questions:

English Language

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge

Legal Reasoning

Logical Reasoning

Quantitative Techniques


Exam Pattern:-


Total no. of questions - 150

Marks per question - 1

Exam Duration - 2 hours (120 minutes)

Negative Marking - Yes (0.25 deducted for a wrong answer)

Mode of Examination - Pen, and Paper Mode


Subject Details:-


English Language: 


1. No of questions - 28-32

2. You will be given passages in this portion of the UG-CLAT 2023 that are roughly 450 words long. A student in the 12th standard might be able to read these excerpts, which will be taken from recent or historically relevant fiction and non-fiction writing, in about 5-7 minutes.


Following each reading, there will be a series of questions that will test your language and comprehension.


Current Affairs:


1. No of questions - 35 - 39

2. You will be given paragraphs in this section that are up to 450 words long. The excerpts will be taken from non-fiction writing, journalism, and news sources. While the passage-specific legal knowledge would not be required, the questions may examine the legal knowledge or information covered in or connected to the text.


Legal Reasoning:


1. No of questions - 35-39

2. You will be required to read sections in this section that are about 450 words in each. The texts may be based on actual events or hypothetical situations concerning law, politics, or moral philosophy. You won't need any prior legal expertise. You will be better able to apply general propositions or principles to the given fact scenarios if you have a general understanding of current legal and moral issues. Following each passage would be a set of questions.


Logical Reasoning: 


1. No of questions - 28-32

2. The UG-CLAT 2023's Logical Reasoning component will consist of several brief passages, each around 300 words long. One or more questions will follow each text. 


Quantitative Techniques:


1. No of questions - 13-17

2. Short collections of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, graphical, or diagrammatic representations of numerical information will be included in the Quantitative Techniques section of the UG-CLAT 2023, followed by a sequence of questions. You'll have to extrapolate data from these texts, graphs, or other representations and use mathematical procedures on it.


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