CLAT LLM preparations can be tricky. The buzz around the CLAT LLM is relatively much lesser versus the CLAT for the undergraduate courses which translate into less material and resources for a good preparation.
However, help is at hand (it’s right here, right now actually).
CLATapult, a CLAT coaching institute started in 2012 in Kolkata by NUJS graduates now has comprehensive coaching material for CLAT LLM 2018 preparations.
Before we try to sell-off the courses, let’s look at the overall structure of the examination.
Pattern of CLAT LLM 2019
The examination consists of 150 marks, which is divided into 2 parts, with the first part consisting of a 70-100 questions, with each question having four answers to choose from and one mark assigned to each question.
The first part consists of questions based on Indian Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence and from several legal disciplines including Law of Torts, Indian Contract Law, Indian Criminal Law (including the Indian Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure), International Law, Environmental Law, IPRs, and Human Rights.
The Second part consists of questions in the Subjective format, with priority being attached to Constitiutional Law, Jurisprudence and Criminal Law, as seen in the papers from 2008 to 2014 (when CLAT was subjective).
Questions in this part could be of 3 types: 50-mark based essays, 25-mark based long answers or 5-mark based short answers.
150 questions from various legal disciplines to be solved in the space of 2 hours.
Added to this is the fact that a wrongly selected option out of the four available will lead to a deduction of 0.25 marks.
See the official notification on the CLAT website here.
Why trust CLATapult with CLAT LLM Preparations?
Recreating the examination conditions to the most accurate extent possible is therefore significant, especially in terms of the pattern and quality of questions that can be asked in CLAT.
Also important is that the topics are selected carefully and explained in a proper way (not too much with needless information and not too little too).
In pursuance of the same, CLATapult has come up with a comprehensive study plan; consisting of 10 modules/books, 3 books consisting of questions and their subjective answers and a series of 35 mocks.
Each of these mock papers has been framed keeping in mind the subjects, past year paper patterns, quality and difficulty level.
Note: The last date to apply for CLAT is March 31 and the exam is scheduled on May 13.
Our courses for CLAT LLM 2019
1. 13 modules and 35 mock tests for CLAT LLM: Rs. 8500. Click here to register.
2. 35 mock tests for CLAT LLM: Rs. 5500. Click here to register.
Click here for a few sample questions that we have incorporated in our Course Content this year, after a change in the pattern to include subjective questions was announced recently by the CLAT body.
You can drop a mail at [email protected] if you have any queries.
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This post was first published on:
26 Dec 2018