CLATapult provides 35 Practice Papers for All India Test Series for CLAT 2020!
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the key to enter one of the 20 National Law Universities (NLUs) in the country.
Now; What makes the LL.M. programme in national law universities a coveted one?
(a) Specialisation in focused and specific subjects of your choice and stream,
(b) a well-designed and intensive curriculum offered in the space of a single year (as opposed to the earlier two-year programme),
(c) a group of hand-picked and competitive peers,
(d) the greater exposure offered by national law universities as compared to other traditional universities offering similar programmes, and above all,
(e) the reputation and alumni network of the national law universities to bank upon, to name a few.
The LL.M. Masters Course is provided in a variety of specialized disciplines such as Commercial Law, International Law, Intellectual Property Law, Business Law etc.
The examination consists of 150 Marks and MCQ Type Questions and thus the Clatapult Test Papers have been made according to the same pattern.
There is 1 Mark for every Correct Answer and 0.25 Negative Mark for every Wrong Answer.
Keeping this in mind, we also have come up with a series of mock examination papers of varying expertise levels that would enable to candidate not only to get a feel of how the final question paper is going to be, but also to acclimatise himself/herself with the examination conditions to the extent that he/she finds the final examination to be a mere routine that needs no additional preparation nor causing any stress or anxiety.
Each of these mock papers has been framed keeping in mind the subjects, past year paper patterns, quality and expertise level.
All of them are at least of the expertise level as a CLAT paper, while some are deliberately made tougher so as to help the candidate get a buffer zone of efficiency and preparatory level.
We are confident that any student who diligently goes through all these papers and replicates the instructions provided and prepares accordingly, will find it fairly easy facing the CLAT 2020 LL.M. Entrance Examination in the month of May, 2020.
Please Note the following carefully;
• Please Remember, the NLUs are undoubtedly the most prestigious institutions in India, where one can study law, obtain specialized qualifications and build a promising legal career for himself/herself.
• The NLUs are still widely recognized to be a class apart, so-called ‘islands of excellence amidst an ocean of mediocrity’.
• The CLAT- 2019 had seen participation of almost 60,000 students in the undergraduate level and over 6,000 students in the postgraduate level.
• This year, CLAT- 2020 is expected to witness tough in the postgraduate level too, especially since the total number of seats in the LL.M. programmes being offered across all the NLUs in 2019 came to a meagre six to seven hundred. Taking the expected increase in the number of applicants in 2019, that means a success rate of less than ten percent!
• From a career perspective, life as a post-graduate student in a national law university provides opportunities one may not get anywhere else, including access to internships and campus recruitment.
• If one is academically oriented, then there are several universities which offer teaching assistantships to LL.M. students and similar opportunities; in addition to that, a degree from such an institution may prove to be a valuable addition to one’s resume while applying for further higher studies at universities abroad (including scholarships) or while applying for a teaching position.
• Moreover, there has been another development in the past few years that renders the CLAT LL.M. Entrance Examination even more attractive to graduates or final year law students.
• Several leading public sector undertakings including Navaratna and Maharatna companies like Indian Oil Ltd. and others have been relying on the scores obtained in this examination in order to shortlist candidates for recruitment. Of course, in order to be privy to such an opportunity, candidates need to secure the very top ranks in the examination.
• While the subjects are every law graduate must have already covered in course of the LL.B. Programme, the key feature is solving 150 questions from various legal disciplines accurately in the space of 2 hours. Added to this is the fact that a wrongly selected option in the Objective Section out of the four available will lead to a deduction of 0.25 marks.
The most important factor that can make a difference in this examination is therefore continuous, repeated and regular practice –to the extent that when the candidate faces the final question paper, it seems to him/her to be a mere repetition of the ones he/she has solved before many a time.
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