Deepti Shikha|Jun 30, 2022
CLAT 2022 final answer key released; Result soon at consortiumofnlus.ac.in
CLAT 2022 was conducted on June 19, 2022, for admission to 22 national law universities. The result of CLAT 2022 will be declared soon.
NEW DELHI: The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has released the revised CLAT 2022 answer key today, June 23, 2022. The answer key is available for download at consortiumofnlus.ac.in. CLAT result 2022 will also be declared shortly in the form of individual scorecards and consolidated merit lists.
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Earlier, CLAT 2022 was conducted on June 19, in 131 exam centres across the country. Around 92% of candidates appeared for CLAT UG and 87% of registered candidates took CLAT LLM.
How to download final CLAT answer key 2022?
Click on the link given above based on your course
The CLAT answer key PDF will be displayed on the screen
Download and calculate your marks using the answer key
CLAT result 2022
The consortium will now prepare the merit list and announce the CLAT 2022 result shortly. Candidates will be provided with individual scorecards which contain the details such as marks obtained by the candidate in the examination and all India rank.
How to check CLAT 2022 result?
Visit the official website of consortium - consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
Click on the CLAT result link will be provided shortly
Login using the application number/admit card number and date of birth
The scorecard of CLAT 2022 will be displayed on the screen
Download and save the scorecard for the counselling
Candidates shortlisted based on their CLAT 2022 marks will be invited for the counselling and seat allotment. The CLAT counselling will be held online. Shortlisted candidates will have to register for the counselling and submit their documents. They will also be required to exercise their NLU preference based on which the seat allotment is conducted.
Candidates should note that CLAT scores will be accepted by 22 national law universities and over 70 law colleges and universities across the country. The NLUs offer a combined intake of around 2,800 seats in the 5-year LLB programme and around 850 seats in LLM programmes.
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