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About CLAT

1. What is CLAT?

 CLAT is the Common Law Admission Test, a national-level entrance exam for admission to law programs in India. It is conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities with its head office in Bengaluru, Karnataka. 


2. What are the types of CLAT exams?

CLAT offers UG (for undergraduate programs) and PG (for postgraduate programs) exams. CLAT scores are required for 23 National Law Universities and are also accepted in over 70 other law schools including GGSIPU, Amity Law School, IIM Rohtak, KR Mangalam University etc. to seek admission 


3. What are the eligibility criteria for CLAT?

For UG CLAT, candidates must have passed 10+2 with a minimum percentage (45% for unreserved students and 40% for SC/ST communities). For PG CLAT, Candidates must have an LL.B degree or its equivalent with a 50% score for unreserved students and 45% for SC/ST communities.


4. How can I apply for CLAT?

An online form is available on the website after you have completed the registration requirements. Complete the online application form available before the requisite deadline along with the registration fees and your application for CLAT shall be registered. 


5. What subjects are included in the UG CLAT exam?

UG CLAT typically includes English, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, and Mathematics. UG CLAT is typically a 2-hour test with MCQs. Effective preparation involves self-study, joining a reputable CLAT coaching institute, practicing with mock tests, and staying updated with current affairs.


6. When is the CLAT exam usually held?

The CLAT exam is typically held on the first Sunday of December every year. The accurate dates can be checked on the official CLAT website.


7. Are there any age limits for CLAT eligibility?

No. Unless there are any specific bye-laws of a particular institution, then there may be variations, however, CLAT can be taken by any person of any age. 


8. What is the scoring system for CLAT?

CLAT uses a +1 for a correct answer, -0.25 for a wrong answer marking system for multiple-choice questions. 


9. Can I get financial assistance for CLAT coaching?

Some coaching institutes offer scholarships and financial aid to deserving students. You can reach out to your desired institution to inquire for the specific details.


10. How can I download my CLAT admit card?

The admit card will be issued a few days before the exam. It can be downloaded by accessing your login account using your CLAT user id and password. Candidates should note that no hard copy of admit card will be sent to any of the candidates or not even through emails. Candidates must ensure that every information printed on the CLAT admit card is correct and in case of any misprint including spelling mistakes, they should immediately bring it to the notice of CLAT authorities.

These FAQs provide valuable information for CLAT aspirants, but always refer to the official CLAT website and consult your chosen coaching institute for the most accurate and updated information regarding the exam and preparation.

About LawPrep Tutorial Delhi-NCR

1. What are the Courses that we provide through CLAT Coaching?

LawPrep Tutorial Delhi-NCR provides for a comprehensive set of CLAT coaching with personalised guidance and expert faculty for all segments separately. There are options of offline and online coaching, both. LawPrep Tutorial Delhi-NCR also conducts specific segment based coaching for subjects separately such as GK marathons, quantitative reasoning marathons, specific legal reasoning subjects etc. Method of CLAT coaching at LawPrep Tutorial Delhi-NCR is flexible and ensures accessibility for all students.

2. Whom to Contact in case of queries regarding Coaching including Online Coaching?

Feel free to contact us on phone number (including WhatsApp) +9107678324325 or reach out to us via email on

You can also reach out to us on our Instagram handle @lawpreptutorial_delhincr.

3. Is coaching available online for CLAT and other Law Entrance exams?

Yes, comprehensive online and offline coaching can be availed for CLAT and other law entrance exams including AILET, CUET, DU LLB, LSAT, SLAT, MHCET and all other exams.

4. What if I miss the Live online classes due to any inconvenience?

Online recordings are available to all the registered students on our online portal. Our mentors are also available for any doubts that the students might not be able to address due to missing any live classes.

5. Will I be provided with CLAT Online Study Materials in PDF Format?

Yes, a comprehensive study material specifically curated for all the needs of online students. They are properly stored in PDF formats for quick and easy access.

6. How soon should one start preparing for CLAT?

There is never a right or wrong time to start preparing for CLAT. You can start right after 10th grade and spend two years or you can prepare in a one month or six month crash course right before CLAT. The key to succeeding in CLAT is the dedication you put into the preparation. With comprehensive and personalised guidance of mentors at LawPrep Tutorial Delhi-NCR, the timeline is immaterial as you can succeed CLAT as soon as you start your preparation with us!

7. Which coaching is best for preparing for CLAT?

LawPrep Tutorial Delhi-NCR stationed across the region with centres in Hauz Khas, Pitampura, Noida, and Gurgaon stands as a testament to successes for the last many years in the law coaching avenue. With its comprehensive material, regular mock tests, personalised guidance and mentorship, and flexibility of online and offline coaching, it has produced several toppers and continues to train CLAT aspirants relentlessly.

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