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CLAT uploads password protected 'first indicative seat allocations' (despite massive remaining question marks over scoring)

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) committee has published the “first indicative seat allocation” for undergraduate students on its website.

However, the list, unlike in previous years, is only accessible with a registered CLAT taker’s email ID and password, and it is not known at the time of going to press whether candidates get access to the full list or just to their individual ranks.

Please share what you find in the comments.

Thousands of students on Saturday saw their marks and ranks get readjusted after the CLAT held by RMLNLU Lucknow admitted to just two wrong questions.

That is despite at least six other questions obviously having either two correct answers or being unanswerable.

Angry CLAT aspirants have also alleged in a letter that 135 out of 150 questions were plagiarised from other sources, giving coaching institutes that happened to rely heavily on those sources a major advantage.

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