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.
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.
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.