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Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)

16 June 2015

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 has released the second university seat allocation for undergraduates and postgraduates, with individual results again only accessible by candidates with their username and password.

15 June 2015

Ranked by stateLegally India has crunched the numbers in the first merit list into a table that will tell you which states performed best at the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) this year.

12 June 2015

Complete rank list now outIn a bid at transparency, the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 has published the complete second revised merit list of all candidates for download on its website now, after days of hiding individual results behind individual usernames and passwords.

12 June 2015

A CLAT-aspirant’s parent, who has requested anonymity, has written an open letter pleading with the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) committee members to correct incorrect questions.

10 June 2015

The postgraduate “first seat allocation” is now live on the clat.ac.in website.

10 June 2015

Jaipur bench to hear CLAT appealA writ petition has been filed in the Rajasthan high court’s Jaipur bench by a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 applicant, claiming that at least 15 questions remained obviously incorrect or were impossible, after having asked senior counsel and other experts to try and solve them.

09 June 2015

The CLAT committee has published the “first indicative seat allocation” for undergraduate students on its website.

07 June 2015

imageApproximately 80% of applicants surveyed saw increases in CLAT scores, while only around 5% saw decreases in their scores, with 40% getting 2.5 points or more from 2 cancelled questions. 

07 June 2015

This is in continuation of the previous open letter written by us. After we pointed out 22 genuine errors in the question paper, the CLAT authorities with-held the result and appointed an expert committee to look upon the errors. We were a bit hopeful about the same. Now, when the new result has been published, the CLAT authorities have proved their insincerity and have shown that they have conducted an All India Level examination with a lackadaisical attitude.

06 June 2015

ayicrlzmThe CLAT committee’s Dr. JD Gangwar has announced that 6 questions had incorrect model answers in the 2015 paper and two were cancelled completely.

05 June 2015

The answer key of the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2015 for entry into NLU Delhi’s LLB program, has two errors which have not been corrected, but the result of the exam has been published.

04 June 2015

CLAT 2015The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 secretariat has promised that CLAT 2015 candidates will not be the sufferers of any errors that may be found in the CLAT 2015 LLM and LLB question papers.

04 June 2015

z20vsbleThree independent parties interested in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 have gone through the CLAT with a fine toothcomb, trying to figure out which questions could be wrong.

03 June 2015

An anonymous and concerned CLAT aspirant’s father rails against the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015, which, as last year, was of a disturbingly low quality, containing a number of wrong questions, wrong answers, printing errors, and grammatical and spelling errors, even if we don’t argue about the general low quality of this copy-paste exercise.

Even copy-paste requires careful verification of every single word that one copies from somewhere.

03 June 2015

Compared promisesThe Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 secretariat yesterday clarified that it was under no obligation to publish the CLAT 2015 question papers and answer keys on CLAT’s website, despite only having made the publication after receiving requests from several candidates and a court case demanding the keys.

02 June 2015

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 first merit list has been delayed indefinitely after publication of the exam’s question paper and answer key on CLAT’s website yesterday attracted complaints of errors in the paper and the key from several candidates.