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CLAT 2015 Analysis and Cut-Off: Tough and ‘Different’ Questions Leave Aspirants Stumped

By: The Admin | May 10, 2015

CLAT 2015 held on May 10 will decide the future of nearly 40,000 law aspirants. As students discuss and debate about the paper, here’s a compilation what they and the pundits are saying.

CLAT 2015 Analysis

According to an analysis by IMS: The difficulty level was high primarily because of the non-familiar questions, in comparison to past year papers of CLAT.

An analysis by CLATPossible said this: Whilst the legal and GK sections were quite a surprise, the game changer could be a candidate’s prowess in the maths section since the logical reasoning section was also heavily mathematical in nature.

CLAT 2015 Cut-off

IMS has predicted that a score of 137-142 could land an aspirant into the top 3 NLUs.

According to CLATPossible, a score of 145+ will be enough for that.

We’ll update the CLAT 2015 Analysis post from time to time.

Comments on the post are welcome!

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