CLAT Admit Card 2023 (Out) Live: Direct link at consortiumofnlus.ac.in, exam instructions, list of NLUs, seats
Team Careers360|Dec 6, 2022
NEW DELHI: The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU) and National Law University (NLU), Delhi will conduct CLAT 2023 and AILET 2023 exam on December 18 and December 11 respectively. With only around two months left for the exam candidates should speed up their AILET and CLAT exam preparation. And speaking of the exam preparations, the books and study material plays an important deciding role in how one performs in the test. Candidates should ensure that they have the best books to prepare for the exam.
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Candidates with the help of best recommended books for CLAT And AILET 2023 can get the following benefits:
Get lots of practice material.
The books will cover the entire syllabus and also are well written and explained in simple language.
The books will contain more illustrations to make learning easier.
The books will have many examples for easy learning and comprehension.
Candidates should always refer to the standard books for CLAT and AILET 2023 exam preparation. Some of the recommended books are mentioned below:
Recommended books for CLAT and AILET 2023
Objective general english by N. Khurmi and George, Objective general English 2022 by SP Bakshi
Legal aptitude for CLAT and other law exams: workbook by A. P Bhardwaj, Quantitative aptitude for competitive examinations by Pearson’s
Logical reasoning by Jain Prateek, Verbal and non-verbal reasoning by RS Aggarwal
Legal general knowledge by R. K Gupta and Manorama yearbook
Previous year papers
Previous year papers by A.P. Bhardwaj, Chapter-wise objective question bank (with solution) law (English) author by Arihant Expert
The application form of CLAT 2023 is currently open and can be filled till November 13, 2022. Meanwhile, AILET 2023 application form is also opene and can be submitted till November 15, 2022. CLAT 2023 will be a 2 hour long test having 150 MCQs, that will be conducted in offline mode in all over India. Whereas, AILET 2023 will be a 90 minutes exam that will also be conducted in offline mode having 150 MCQs for BA LLB and 100 questions for LLM.
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