Students shocked at CLAT 2011 because of paper length and lack of time

The general feedback from students after CLAT was that it was difficult. The overall logic that students got after the test was that it was a bit of a shock. General knowledge was a challenge and would have been difficult for many who weren’t all that prepared. The pattern change in legal aptitude tosses us off-track While, Mathematics and English was simple.  Of the 24,000 students who have taken the test across 19 centres in India, 886 students appeared for the undergraduate paper and 87 for the post graduate.

The Common law admissions test (CLAT) 2011, for admissions into the 11 law schools in the country, took most students by surprise with the lengthy test paper. It was found that the two-hour time period was not enough. Most students are said to have missed answering as many as 25 to 35 questions.

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