CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern can help the students understand the structure of the CLAT 2019 exam. It is very important for the candidates preparing for CLAT 2019 to know about the exam pattern for CLAT 2019. After the candidates have understood the exam pattern for CLAT 2019, candidates must have a look at the syllabus for CLAT 2019 available on this page. With switching to offline mode the students must be eager to know all about the exam pattern for CLAT 2019. Other than the exam mode, details such as the number of questions, type of questions, number of sections etc are available on the page below.
The CLAT 2019 exam will be conducted by National Law University, Odisha on May 12, 2019, in offline mode. The CLAT 2019 UG exam will carry a total of 200 marks; whereas, the CLAT 2019 PG exam will carry 150 marks. Check below the detailed exam pattern for CLAT 2019.
Exam Mode – The CLAT 2019 exam will be conducted in the offline mode. Both CLAT 2019 UG and PG exams will be conducted offline.
Name / Number of Sections – There are 5 sections in CLAT 2019 UG exam; whereas, there shall be 3 sections in CLAT 2019 PG exam.
Sections in CLAT 2019 UG
Sections in CLAT 2019
Along with the above two sections, a subjective portion will also be included in CLAT 2019 PG exam.
Type of Questions – The candidates will be asked Multiple choice questions in the exam. For every question, candidates will be available 4 options. Since the exam will be conducted in offline mode. Students will have to mark the correct answer in the OMR sheet. Make sure to not write anything on the question paper.
Marks per questions – Each question of the CLAT 2019 exam carries 01 Mark.
Number of Questions – The exam conducted for UG courses will contain 200 questions; whereas, the CLAT 2019 PG exam will contain 150 questions. Candidates are required to attempt all the questions.
CLAT UG 2019
CLAT PG 2019
Exam Duration – Candidates will be given 2 hrs to complete the exam. The time duration is same for CLAT 2019 UG and PG exams.
Maximum Marks – The total marks of the CLAT 2019 UG exam are 200. The total marks for the CLAT 2019 PG question paper will be 150.
After the candidates have understood the exam pattern for CLAT UG and CLAT PG, it is important that the candidates also take note of the CLAT 2019 Marking scheme. Through the marking scheme, candidates can know the number of marks allotted to each section and each question. With the help of the marking scheme, candidates can plan out the preparation strategy for CLAT 2019.
Section wise marking scheme for UG
Per Question Marking scheme for CLAT 2019 UG – Each question of CLAT 2019 UG exam carries 1 mark
Section wise marking scheme for PG
Per Question Marking scheme for CLAT 2019 PG
The CLAT 2019 syllabus contains the important subjects and topics which the students need to prepare for the exam. Students must note that the syllabus has been updated on the official website and is also available below.
CLAT 2019 Syllabus for UG
CLAT 2019 Syllabus for PG
CLAT 2019 Syllabus – Topic and subject wise syllabus for CLAT 2019 UG and PG
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