Curated By: Sukanya Nandy
Last Updated: November 21, 2023, 08:47 IST
The admit card of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2024 will be released soon. As per media reports, the hall ticket could be released today, November 21. This year, the exam will be held on December 3. Those who applied for the exam can now download the admit cards on the official website of Consortium of NLU at consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
The CLAT 2024 paper will be administered for two hours and consist of a total of 120 marks. Candidates who succeed with good scores in the CLAT exam get a chance to get admission to 25 out of 26 National Law Universities (National Law University, NLU Admission).
CLAT 2024 Admit Card: Steps to Download
Step 1: Go to the official website of CLAT — consortiumofnlus.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the CLAT 2024 admit card tab, once the link is activated
Step 3: Enter the required credentials
Step 4: Your admit card will appear on the screen
Step 5: Cross check all the details whether they are correct or not
Step 6: Download the admit card and take a print out of the same for further use.
From this year, CNLU has changed the CLAT exam syllabus and exam pattern. A total of 120 questions will be asked in the CLAT 2024 instead of 150. There will be five sections in this exam paper – English, Current Affairs and General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques (Law Entrance Test Syllabus). The first four sections will have paragraphs of 450 words each. The correct answer has to be ticked out of the four options given in it.
CNLU has released the sample question papers for the exam. These sample papers will be available for candidates who have successfully registered for the exam. The sample papers can be found on the official website. To access the CLAT fourth sample paper, candidates will need their registration number and the password they received during the registration process. These questions will be presented in a simulated test environment with a time limit, and candidates will receive their scores immediately after attempting them.