Founded in 2012, CLATapult was the brainchild of three Undergraduate Program students of WBNUJS, with the aim to help law aspirants take a step towards their dream institution. Since then, CLATapult has shown remarkable growth in enrolment figures along with exemplary performance by its students. CLATapult has had over 100 students joining the top national law schools in the country.
With the number of aspirants increasing for Post Graduate Entrance Examinations like CLAT (PG), AILET (PG), BHU (LL.M Entrance), ILI (LL.M Entrance), DU (LL.M Entrance) and other equivalent examinations, it is imperative that interested students have access to competent mentors and detailed material to guide them.
After having curated study materials for the abovementioned entrance examinations, we at CLATapult, now bring to you, tutelage from our experts so that you ace these exams with ease.
Our Modules complemented by video lessons shall give you a rounded experience of what we believe is key to cracking all/any of these tests. Our new programs are custom made for students with different needs;
CLATapult’s Marathon Program
17 Study Modules covering all the subjects of Law.
50 Full Length Mock Tests (with their answers).
50 Mini-Mock Tests.
Judgement Analysis: All Major Judgements from 2018 onwards.
2 Modules containing 100+ Model Answers for the Subjective/Descriptive portion.
17 Question Banks (1000 MCQs in each Bank) – covering every dimension of the subjects.
If you have any further queries, kindly call us on 9903635533 or reach us at email@example.com.
By the end of it, you will not only be prepared but also be able to assess the level of your preparation. For those who are eager to join, CLATapult will be providing an Early Bird’s Discount of 20% on all courses listed above!
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