Common law Admission Test (CLAT) 2014

The CLATCommon Law Admission Test’  is conducted all over India by the fourteen national law universities (NLU) to take admission to their undergraduate and PG (post graduate) programme such as LL.B & LL.M. Are you preparing for the CLAT exam this year? CLAT is getting tougher and more competitive year by year. As you can see, last year on CLAT 2013, more then 3000+ candidates appeared in this common test to get admission in five year interested course BA-LLB.  The Exam will be conducted later but you have to start preparation from now only as the test is quite tough and you have to deal with lots of syllabus. So if you want to go for CLAT 2014, then you must have a look at our official details of exam.

The Common law admission test 2014 online application forms are now available on the official website of CLAT Interested candidates are needed to go to this website and fill in the form to apply for the CLAT 2014.

How to apply?

  • You will find two tabs ‘Under – Graduate Courses’ and ‘Post – Graduate Courses’. You need to select the one and press ‘Apply Now’.
  • Now on the next page you have to press ‘Apply for CLAT 2014’ and you will be redirected to the instruction page for exam.After reading the instructions press I agree button to proceed.
  • The registration form will be available and fill in the personal details and attach the documents required for the form.
  • After you complete the registration form click submit button and get registered yourself for CLAT 2014 exam.

The CLAT 2014 exam is going to be held on 11th may Sunday, 2014. Moreover, for any queries you can send email to and ask for your doubts. You can also log on to the official website and get answers of all your queries regarding CLAT 2014 examination.The total time duration of the exam will be 2 hours. Furthermore, the CLAT 2014 application fees is 4000 Rs.for general category candidates and 3500 Rs. for reserved category candidates.The exam type is national and it will be conducted by Gujarat National Law University (GNLU).

How to Prepare for CLAT 2014 and get maximum marks in CLAT 2014?

To get good marks in CLAT 2014, you must have good books for the subjects for which you have to study for CLAT. In CLAT you will get questions on legal aptitude (in which they will ask you questions on Law subjects, Common law problems), General Knowledge (For General knowledge, you can check the Study material for General Knowledge so you can read it easily. You will be asked about current affairs like election 2014, sports events, political affairs are most important topics), General awareness (statically information about india), English language (verbal ability, error sentence, English grammar problems), Elementary mathematics (Quantitative aptitude, ratio, LCM, time speed and distance problems etc), Logical Reasoning (verbal and non verbal reasoning).

To prepare for such subjects you must need a good plan to study, a good time table to preparation of subjects, so you can cover the entire syllabus and the revision part for the examination. But before going to revision, you must get the books for the above mentioned subjects which can help you to get better preparation for the CLAT examination. I am focusing on preparation part more as you know the competition level of CLAT and the passing ratio of CLAT is quite low. I mean there are very few people who crack CLAT exam on first attempt. But if you go with good plan and preparation plan then you can also crack the examination of Law in very first attempt only. You can visit us on May 2014 for the exam result of CLAT 2014.

Furthermore, if you have any query regarding the CLAT examination or any other feel free to ask me in the below comment box, Thank you and Wish you all the best for exam!

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