How to Crack the LLB/Law Entrance Exam & CLAT Exam #ChetChat - Videos


Click on this link for a ChetChat with Gejo Srinivasan of Career Launcher as he talks of How to Crack the LLB/Law Entrance Exam & CLAT Exam, How to Prepare For The Law Entrance Exams CLAT and LSAT in India, best way to crack clat / LSAT without coaching, clat / lsat exam preparation and an analysis of the clat 2017. He also discusses the Law entrance exam preparation for the NLU’s National Law Universities and Schools and what is a good score to get into a National Law School in India and how to get into the top three law schools in India
1. There are two types of Law Degrees in India – LLB for three years after graduation and the Five year integrated Law Program after Std 12th.
2. Top schools in the 5 year Integrated Law Program Category
a. National Law Schools / National Law Universities including
i. National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU)
ii. NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
iii. The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (NUJS)
iv. National Law University, Bhopal (NLU)
v. National Law University, Jodhpur (NLU)
vi. Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU)
vii. National Law University, Delhi
viii. Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (HNLU)
ix. National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi (NUALS)
x. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow
xi. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala
xii. Chanakya National Law University, Patna
b. Government Law College Mumbai, Maharashtra
c. Symbiosis Law School, Pune
d. ILS Law College Pune
e. Jindal Law School
3. CLAT is the Common Law Admission Test which is applicable to the NLU’s
4. AILET is the Test for NLU Delhi
5. Eligibility is 45% in Std 12th
6. Selection to the Law Schools is purely based on the Law Entrance Test Scores
7. Juris Doctor, Harvard Law School admission
8. CLAT Exam Pattern, what is a good score in the CLAT 2017, how much do I need to score at the clat, what is the score cut off of the top 3 law schools in India
9. 5 Sections in the CLAT
a. English 40
b. Mathematics 20
c. General Knowledge 50
d. Logical Reasoning 40
e. Legal Reasoning 50
Total 200
10. How to crack the English section of the CLAT, sample questions of clat
a. Reading Comprehension
b. Paragraph Jumble questions
c. Grammar
d. Vocabulary
e. Spelling
f. Foreign Words
11. Techniques and Strategies and Law Entrance Exam Tips
12. How to crack the General Knowledge section of CLAT, sample questions
a. Current affairs
b. Best websites for current affairs in law entrance exams
c. LLB exam tips and strategies for the LLB Entrance Exam
13. How to crack CLAT 2017 without coaching
14. How to crack the Maths section of clat and how to prepare, how difficult is maths at law entrance exams, sample questions
15. Logic / Logical Reasoning sections of the LLB exam – Analytical reasoning questions, how to prepare for logic questions in the LAW entrance exam, question bank and sample questions
16. Verbal Reasoning and Verbal Ability questions – LSAT Verbal reasoning questions and LSAT logical reasoning sections – typical questions, how to prepare, what is the best way to prepare for the verbal ability sections of LSAT and CLAT. Tips and Strategies for the LSAT exam.
17. How to crack the Legal reasoning section of the clat – how to prepare for Legal GK, Legal reasoning tips, sample questions of legal reasoning, question bank and sample questions
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