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‘Why take expensive CLAT coaching when we give mock papers for free?’ asks CLAT convenor. Another mock & admit cards coming soon…

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A second mock Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 will likely be live on CLAT’s official website 3 May onward, with a new system to make the mock exam experience almost like the actual CLAT.

The official website clat.ac.in, began publishing mock exam papers since last year.

For CLAT 2016 one mock paper is already available for free on the website.

“I don’t understand why candidates take expensive CLAT coaching when the mock CLAT papers are already published on the website [clat.ac.in],” commented Paramjit Jaswal, the vice chancellor of CLAT 2016 convenor RGNUL Patiala.

Jaswal told Legally India that this year a new feature – color-coded responses – was added to the mock exam.

Candidates could mark answers in green or red dots depending on whether the choice they’ve marked was their final choice or whether they might need to reconsider and change it later.

Jaswal said that the convenor planned to publish a new mock exam for the candidates to take, from 3 May onwards – four days prior to CLAT 2016, which is scheduled for 8 May.

Jaswal also said that CLAT 2016 admit cards would be available to download from the official website 18 April onward.

45,000 candidates have applied to take the CLAT 2016 for LLB and LLM admissions into 18 national law universities this year, as reported today by Legally India.

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