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Common Law Admission Test - CLAT

CLAT (National Law Universities)

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralised test for admission to prominent National Law University in India.


The test is taken after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to integrated under graduation programmes in Law conducted by these law Universities.


The two-hour admission test consist of objective type questions on Elementary Mathematics or Numerical Ability, English with Comprehension, General knowledge and Current affairs.


Legal Aptitude and Logical reasoning The CLAT scores are used by other private law colleges across the country and Public Sector Undertaking for admissions.

CLAT is held in May every year.

CLAT : Nature of the Written Examination

CLAT is an objective type test with multiple-choice questions and it tests the candidate's aptitude in the following areas:

Duration: 2 Hours
Note: CLAT has negative marking. The Pattern of CLAT is subject to change.

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate for admission to the Degree Course should have:

Passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) system or an equivalent examination thereto securing in the aggregate not less than 45% and for SC/ST 40% of the total marks in all the core subjects and English language put together

Intake and Reservations

The intake capacity for the Undergraduate Degree Program in all NLUS together be 2500 seats with the following reservations:

  • Scheduled Caste(SC): 15%

  • Scheduled Tribe(ST): 7.5%

  • Foreign Nationals: 5 seats (SAARC arid other Developing Countries)


The fees of the Law schools varies from Rs. 1,00,000/- to  Rs. 1,50,000/- p.a excluding the hostel fees.

List of Law Schools accepting CLAT Score


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