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CLAT and AILET 2019

The two of the biggest law entrance examinations (CLAT and AILET) have been done and dusted for the year 2018 along with the smaller but no less important law examinations including LSAT, SLET, MHCET, IPU-CET among others. This year will also see thousands of law aspirants, some trying again and putting their complete effort in […]

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Another Bad CLAT (or is it really just another bad CLAT) and What Can Be Done?

CLAT is India’s preeminent law entrance examination, whose results are considered for admission by 18 National Law Universities including some India’s most premier National Law Universities. This year’s CLAT saw over 59,000 candidates attempt the exam and while fewer than its counterparts for engineering and medicine has seen meteoric rise in participation since its inception […]

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Analysis of CLAT 2018

CLAT 2018 was a fairly easy paper to score well in, especially as the questions in the Engliah, Legal Aptitude and General Knowledge were easy, straightforward and in predictable lines. English: English saw questions on predictable lines, similar to the mocks you have practiced, one fairly easy passage, one cloze test passage, synonyms, antonyms, idioms, […]

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Analysis of AILET 2018

This year’s AILET saw one major change, the introduction of negative marking, and the question paper saw quite a few surprises especially in the English section which saw a great increase in the number of questions that expected a knowledge of the forms and rules of language and not merely an experience of its proper […]

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