CLAT 2018 Analysis | Topic wise distribution - Videos

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Finally the wait is over. This year’s CLAT was finally conducted with lot of technical glitches & haphazard. Many of the students are complaining regarding the mismanagement of this year’s exam.

Our review of CLAT – 2018 :

In English section, the level of difficulty was moderate. But RC & cloze passage section was slightly tough which shows that examiners went to check the comprehending knowledge of students.Rest was simple.

In General Knowledge section,majority of questions were from national & International Current Affairs questions were also from Sports, Awards, Books & Authors, Economics Development etc.

Logical Reasoning was slightly tougher than the previous year paper. Maximum number of questions were from analytical reasoning.There was one set of arrangement that was best left.

Legal Aptitude was very much conventional. Questions were from Contracts, Torts, Basic legal knowledge.

Maths section was really tough, were was no point in asking questions from simplification to the future lawyers.

Overall any attempt between 140-150 is a very good attempt. Also this year we are expecting less cutoff than the previous year as the pape was tough and due to technical glitches lot of students have lost time.

The #CLAT2018 Overall level of difficulty was slightly tougher than the last year. Students lost time due to technical glitches.

Thus overall cut-off is likely to fall by about 3-4 marks.
QA was calculation intensive. Questions were well spread out across all the topics.

LR was similar to last year. 1 set on sitting arrangement was best left alone.

English was easy however question formation was tricky.

G.K. section had 28 questions from Current Affairs and 22 questions from Static G.K.

The questions ranged from moderate to difficult.
Legal was the easiest of all the sections with equal weightage to legal reasoning and legal knowledge.
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