The National Law Universities take the CLAT score for admissions to their programs. Certain private institutions also consider the CLAT score. Click for more information
For UG Program
There is no upper age limit for UG Program in CLAT. Click for more information
The CLAT is generally conducted on the second Sunday of May, every year. Click for more information
The candidates are first required to register themselves at the CLAT website by using personal mobile number and e-mail ID. Upon registration, an OTP will be sent to the given mobile number for validation. Click for more information
The Admit Card once out is available on the official website of CLAT from where students can download it. The procedure to download the admit card includes entering the Registered Email ID and the password allotted by CLAT.
Exam will be conducted on the 2nd Sunday of May from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
These are the places where CLAT exams are conducted. Click for more information
List of gadgets that are prohibited inside the examination hall: Click for more information
The students appearing for the test have to carry their ADMIT CARD/ BLACK or BLUE ball pen along with an ORIGINAL ID Proof. The admit card and the ID will be checked before entering the examination hall.Click for more information
The test has 200 questions for 200 marks that must be attempted within a time frame of 2 hour. The paper has five sections which are:Click for more information
The cost of previous years’ question papers is Rs.500/- (not included in the CLAT application fee of Rs.4,000/- or Rs.3,500/- as the case may be.)
Note: For downloading these papers, the candidate has to be a Registered User.
The Provisional allotment lists 1,2,3 are available online on the CLAT website in PDF format. To check the individual CLAT result, the student first needs to visit the website and then enter the Registered Email ID and the Password provided by CLAT.