How well prepared are you for CLAT 2016?
In the last two days before the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016, there are a lot of things you can do to boost your confidence level.
CLAT is an all-India entrance examination, which will take place on May 8, 2016 for a total of 45,200 candidates who have registered for the exam this year.
It is conducted on rotation by 16 National Law Universities (NLUs) for admission to their undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes (LLB and LLM).
We know that a lot of you would be looking for methods to boost your preparation plan in the last few days before the exam. In this article, you can read all about how cracking the CLAT 2016 can be a cakewalk if you approach it with the right strategy.
On exam day
On the exam day, avoid taking any mock tests or do any last-minute preparations. Since the CLAT entrance exam is being held online for the first time, it is very important that you go through the instructions section carefully. Keep a tab of time while taking the paper and each section. Before you start answering the questions, ‘click’ on the question paper which gives you the entire paper in a scrollable format. This is critical for your time management strategy. In case of any technical glitch, do not panic. In fact, you would not lose time at all. The test authorities take care of the same. The system locks your time and there is no scope for loss of time.
In the last 2 days
During these final preparations days, just make sure you go through your notes and solve the problems again and again till you have mastered them. You should spend ample time looking at the analysis of the previously-attempted mock test papers. This would give you a fair idea of your weak areas. The practice should mostly be done in the online mode so that you develop comfort and stamina to take the final paper, especially during 3pm to 5 pm as the actual exam time. With the test format changed to online, students will need to look into the strategy on how to approach the questions as the practice is more aligned to a print-based paper. However, you can expect the structure of the test to remain the same.