CLAT Eligibility | CLAT 2017 application, Pattern, Syllabus, dates
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CLAT After BBA, BA, B.Sc., B.com

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Candidates can appear for the CLAT exam after completing their BBA, B.Sc, B.Com and BA with the average of 50 % of marks. They can apply to the undergraduate course LLB, which is a 5 year course. This course is available in the national Law universities. The selection process for the CLAT 2017 will be based on the previous year qualifying examination.

CLAT eligibility

The CLAT 2017 exam paper contains five sections including legal aptitude, logical reasoning, general knowledge/current affairs, elementary mathematics and English with comprehension. After clearing this CLAT exam, a candidate can apply for the LLB in a universities or law colleges.

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Students should pass the 10th and the 12th examination with the 50% of marks in a recognised school.  The CLAT exam is mainly conducted for the candidates who wish to be an advocate in the future. A candidate with high score in CLAT exam can get admission in the reputed universities.

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CLAT eligibility criteria 2017 age limit

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The CLAT is a national level exam conducted by RMLNL. The students who are appearing for CLAT 2017 should know about the eligibility criteria. They should complete their 12th with 45% of marks to take the CLAT exam for undergraduate course.

CLAT eligibility criteria 2017

The candidates who wish to join the postgraduate course should secure 50% of marks from a reserved category. The general category students should secure 55% of marks. The applicant should be 17 years old and not below than 17.

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The candidates who are appearing for 12th and who have appeared can apply for CLAT 2017. The age of the candidate should below 20 years as on July, 2017. The age for SC/ST students should be 22 years. Students should refer the official website to know the regular updates about the CLAT 2017. The students should satisfy the eligibility criteria to appear for the exam.

CLAT 2017 age limit, age criteria

The CLAT 2017 is conducted by Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University. The students can get admission to the LLB and LLM courses in the National Law Universities. The CLAT 2017 is the computer based test. The candidate should obtain the 10th and 12th certificate from the recognized board.

CLAT 2017 age limit

The general/OBC/PWD category students should secure 45% of the marks and the SC/ST candidates should get 40% of marks in 10th and 12th examinations. The candidates who appeared in the 10th and 12th exam and who are appearing can apply for the CLAT 2017.

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The age of the candidate should below 20 years as on the __July, 2017. For the SC/ST students, it should be 22 years. The eligibility criteria for CLAT 2017 will be updated soon on the official website www.clat.ac.in . The students should keep visiting the page regularly to know the recent updates about the CLAT 2017 exam.

CLAT after 10th, 12th, 10+2

The Common Law Admission Test is an entrance exam for the students to join in the national law universities. The selection is based on the rank. The students studying 12th can apply for the CLAT 2017. The general/OB/PWD category candidates should secure 45% marks in their exam.

CLAT after 10th, 12th

 The SC/ST students should secure 40% of marks to attempt the CLAT. The students who wish to be an advocate in future can attempt CLAT. The CLAT exam is conducted for the admission in LLB and LLM course. The students who studying 12th can apply for the CLAT exam.

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The CLAT exam can be attempted by the 10th, 12th and 10+2. The CLAT exam is a computer based test. The total mark of the exam is 200 for undergraduate and 150 for postgraduate course. The duration of the exam is 2 hours. Students should have better preparation to crack the CLAT 2017.

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