About Exam

Common Law Admission Test, commonly known as CLAT is conducted annually by National Law Universities (NLUs) for admission to their undergraduate Law programmes (BA LLB, B.Com LLB and B.Sc. LLB). The entrance exam for admission to more than 2250 seats across 17 NLUs is held in online mode. The test comprises 200 objective questions with multiple-answers. Common Law Admission Test is conducted every year by one of the National Law Universities (NLUs) in rotation. The organising NLU is chosen one among those in CLAT committee by the year of their establishments. The CLAT committee currently comprises 18 NLUs including Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Nagpur.


Candidates need to have qualified Higher Secondary School/ Intermediate or equivalent examination from 10+2 education system

Candidates need to secure at least 45% marks in aggregate of the total marks and if belonging to SC/ST category, need to secure at least 40% marks

There is no upper age limit for applying and appearing in CLAT

Candidates appearing in their Class 12th or any other equivalent examination are also considered eligible to apply for CLAT.

Exam Process

Click on the official link for CLAT Online Applications

Click on ‘New User Registration Here’ tab placed at the bottom of the page

Proceeding to the Registration Form, choose the course button applying for, fill in the basic details including name, parents’ name, e-mail id and mobile number and click submit.

Fill in the registration form by entering the details, a message of successful registration is sent to registered e-mail id containing login user id and password

• Click on ‘Registered User Login’ tab placed in the page and enter login id and password to proceed to the application page of CLAT

On CLAT Online Application page, enter personal details 

The next step of the application involves filling of academic details fill in all details and click on ‘Save & Continue’ button to upload the documents in next step

Upload the scanned copies of photograph, signature, and Date of Birth certificates and then choose three exam cities as per convenience from the drop down menu

After choosing the three exam centres, click on ‘Save & Continue’ button to go to the last page of CLAT Application

In the last page or step of the application procedure of CLAT, remit the application fee either in online mode or offline mode

Preview the duly filled-in CLAT Application Form by clicking on ‘Preview Application’ button and then check ‘I Agree’ box and finally click on ‘Submit’ button for the final submission of CLAT Application Form.





English & Comprehension

40 questions

40 marks

General Knowledge & Current Affairs

50 questions

50 marks

Elementary Mathematics

20 questions

20 marks

Legal Aptitude

45 questions

45 marks

Logical Reasoning

45 questions

45 marks


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