Students who want to pursue LLB or LLM degrees at 14 national law schools across the country took the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) here on May 11th, 2014. They had mixed reactions to the test, held at National Law School of India University (NLSIU). LLB aspirant who wrote CLAT for the second time, said the paper was easy compared to last year, particularly the legal aptitude and general knowledge sections.
But candidates who wrote the test for the first time found it a bit difficult. Meghana PM, a candidate, The paper was lengthy, so I couldn't answer all the questions. But some questions were easy. wrote the test for an LLB seat, said the general knowledge part was difficult and the legal aptitude section was average. But overall, the paper was neither difficult nor easy.
CLAT carried 200 marks for English comprehension, general knowledge, elementary mathematics, legal aptitude and logical reasoning. As many as 1,003 students took the exam for LLB seats while 82 opted for the LLM programme.