CLAT 2017 First List: Analysis Of Cut-off Ranks & Gender Ratio

CLAT 2017 first allotment list was initially published on 5 June 2017 but CNLU, Patna had to withdraw it by late night with immediate effect as many inaccuracies were reported in the list. The list was soon revised and was then uploaded again on the official website.

All the necessary information is available on the official website www.clat.ac.in. The seat allotment status can be checked here. Also, a new portal has been set up clat2017.admissionhelp.com to handle the proceedings of CLAT 2017 counseling.

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CLAT Topper Rajat shares his Preparation Strategy to reach AIR 1

Common Law Admission Test, one of the competitive law entrance exams took place on 14 May’17 with nearly 48000 candidates competing for 2342 seats all over India. The results of CLAT’17 were declared on 29 May. Jaipur’s Rajat Maloo has bagged the first position in CLAT 2017 by scoring 154.27 marks out of 196. He has achieved All India Rank 1. Rajat ‘s confidence and determination helped him to leave behind 48000 test takers from across the country to attain the first rank.

Let us go through the excerpts from his interview-

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CLAT 2017 Result Out- Check Here

Chanakya National Law University, Patna will declare CLAT results after 8:30 pm today. The CLAT 2017 was held online in 63 exam centre’s across India on 14 May’17 from 3 PM to 5 PM. CLAT 2017 scores will be accepted by as many as 18 NLU’s and other law colleges. The answer keys for the exam were released on 16 May’17 and are available for download on the official website.

The students who were eagerly waiting for the result can now check the result from the below-mentioned link:

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CLAT 2017 Exam Analysis + Memory Based questions

The Common Law Entrance Test CLAT 2017 was conducted by Chankya Law University, Patna on 14 May’17 at 63 centre’s across India. The exam was held in an online mode attended by more than 45000 candidates. The paper was largely on expected lines. The pattern of the paper was quite similar to the previous year. Overall the level of the exam was EASY-MODERATE.

Here are we with the detailed analysis of CLAT 2017 along with the memory based questions & answers.

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AILET 2017 Exam Analysis: Re-Strategize for CLAT 2017

 

AILET 2017 was held on 7 May’17 by National Law University in an Offline mode. The exam pattern remained unchanged with the question paper comprising of 150 Objective type questions. According to the reviews of the students, AILET’17 was one of the toughest exam papers hosted by NLU, Delhi.

More than 18000 applications were received for AILET’17 for 83 BA LLB & 50LLM programme seats at NLU, Delhi. This shows the increasing interest of the students to get admission at NLU, Delhi.

Through this post, PrepLadder presents to you a comprehensive exam analysis of AILET’17, with an improved strategy for CLAT’17:

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