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Let us talk a little bit about how to use social media portals to help you with your preparation for CLAT, AILET and other law entrance exams.
Many parents call me anxiously complaining that their child is spending too long on their computers or smart phones. They worry that they are being distracted from their studies and that it would adversely affect their CLAT and other exam preparation. Consider this video to be an answer to some of those questions. If you are a CLAT aspirant, should you be spending your time online?
If you are watching this video, and following our other videos, clearly you are learning towards your goal to crack the entrance exams. There are a significant number of resources online today, and parents should realise that not all time spent online is a distraction for the student. There are some valuable resources for CLAT aspirants online, and I want to introduce you to some of them. At the same time, it is extremely easy for you to get lost in the depths of social media. You will be glued to your screen for hours without any productive results. Thus, you need to ensure that you set yourself limits and know when to realise that you have spent enough time online. Remember, practising problems is what helps you crack the CLAT, not watching videos about NALSAR or something like that.