With the 2017 edition of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) taking place tomorrow, CLAT mentor Rajneesh Singh gives applicants a few pointers as to how to approach the paper.
- Do not stress a lot on 13th May
Watching a movie may be a good idea for many. Revising GK or some short cuts of maths can be done. Revising some chapters like calendar or clock is advisable. I will advise not to study for more than 6 hours.
- Do not study after 9 pm on 13th May
CLAT is usually very heavy because of qualitative, logical, analytical and legal reasoning. When you keep revising GK, formulae, concepts etc. till the last minute like a school exam, then you end up getting shivers and forgetting everything. This may be disastrous as this can make your mind very…