The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is an entrance exam conducted in India for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate law programs at various national law universities. The exam assesses a candidate's aptitude for legal studies, including their proficiency in English, mathematics, logical reasoning, and legal aptitude. CLAT is considered one of the most competitive and challenging entrance exams in India, with thousands of students appearing for it every year. Success in CLAT can open up a wide range of career opportunities in the legal profession, including in law firms, corporate legal departments, and public service.
CLAT is conducted as an online test. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions, and the duration of the exam is two hours. The test assesses the candidate's proficiency in various areas such as English language, general knowledge, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and mathematics. The questions are designed to test the candidate's analytical and critical thinking abilities, as well as their understanding of legal concepts and current affairs. The online test is conducted at designated centers across India, and candidates are required to register and pay a fee to appear for the exam.