CLAT 2019: Paper Analysis And Expected Cut-Off
kartik mago 27 May 2019

CLAT 2019: Paper Analysis And Expected Cut-Off

CLAT 2019 paper, was not completely on unexpected lines. The recently made CLAT Board had to make a lot of amendments to make CLAT a sustainable exam, they also made the paper offline, thus putting end to the chances of last year's online paper management fiasco happening again. Seeing the last year's blunder, they made the CLAT 2019 paper very easy and largely controversy free.

There were wrong options in one question of Mathematics and 2-3 questions of Logical Reasoning and it is upon the committee to see how they'll deal with the wrong answers. The CLAT 2019 was very much similar to the CLAT 2016, which was equally an easy paper and the cut-offs are expected to be on similar ratio.

English: This section comprised of 10 questions on Reading Comprehension, 5 questions each on Para jumbles, Miss-spelt words, Idioms and Foreign Word and 10 Grammar based questions on Sentence Correction. The questions were largely direct and did not really troubled the aspirants. Attempts over 30+ consider to be good.

Logical Reasoning: This section comprised of 3 Puzzle based questions and on Blood Relations, Number Series, Coding Decoding, Odd One Out, Analogies etc. There were no questions from Critical Reasoning and the section solely contained Analytical Reasoning questions. Attempts over 30+ consider to be good.

Legal Aptitude: There was no Legal Knowledge questions in CLAT 2019 and all questions were of Legal Reasoning. Pretty much all the questions seemed familiar to the aspirants as they were mostly based upon Previous Years CLAT and AILET papers. Students who had done these properly and thoroughly would get a huge advantage in the Legal Aptitude section. Legal Reasoning questions were from Contracts, Torts and Criminal Law and there were a few questions on Miscellaneous Laws also. Attempts over 42+ consider to be good.

General Knowledge: All questions of the GK section were from Current Affairs and there was just one question from Modern History. The Current Affairs questions were from Science and Tech, Economy, Sports, Books and Authors, Polity etc. The questions were fairly direct and anyone reading from Monthly magazine or any famous GK website wouldn't have any issues in this section. Furthermore, most of the questions were from the last 4 months Current Affairs. Attempts over 38+ consider to be good.

Mathematics: This section comprised of 2-3 questions from topics like, Time Speed and Distance, Time & Work, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Ratio, Mixtures and Allegations, Calendar etc. This section was very much doable even for the ones who are weak in Mathematics. Attempts over 10+ consider to be good.

Good Number Of Attempts: For Top 5 National Law Schools attempts shall be above 168+ and cut-off for the same is expected to be around 145 mark.

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