Last month preparation tips to ace CLAT, AILET 2023

CLAT and AILET 2023 are national level law entrance exams for admission to national law universities in India.

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Deepti Shikha | Nov 16, 2022 - 3:28 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The two popular national level entrance exams CLAT 2023 and AILET 2023 for admission to National Law Universities (NLUs) will be conducted in the month of December. CLAT 2023 exam will be conducted on December 18, 2022 and AILET 2023 exam will be held on December 11, 2022. The exam syllabus for CLAT and AILET 2023 have many subjects in common. Hence, several candidates prepare for both exams simultaneously.

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With around a month left for the law entrance exams, it is essential that candidates should now try to give final touch to their exam preparation and attempt mock tests to make themselves exam ready.

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Here are some important tips for last month to ace both CLAT and AILET 2023:

  1. Go through CLAT, AILET syllabus

Candidates should have clarity about the syllabus and section wise marks distribution to prepare properly for the exam. They should identify the overlapping topics and prepare them according to their weightage in the examination. The syllabus of both CLAT and AILET 2023 has been discussed below:

CLAT 2023 Syllabus - Section-wise distribution of questions

Subjects

Number of Questions

Marks

English Language

28-32 questions

28 - 32

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge

35-39 questions

35 - 39

Legal Reasoning

35-39 questions

35 - 39

Logical Reasoning

28-32 questions

28 - 32

Quantitative Techniques

13-17 questions

13 - 17

Total

150

150

AILET 2023 syllabus

Subject

Number of questions

English language

50

Current affairs & general knowledge

30

Logical reasoning

70

Total

150

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  1. Use short notes and revise important topics

In the last month, candidates should focus on revising the topics and current affairs they have already studied. They should practice the logical reasoning questions from the previous year papers and improve their accuracy and speed.

  1. Increase the reading speed

The questions in CLAT 2023 and AILET 2023 are based on passages. Candidates with good reading speed can attempt the question paper within a stipulated time. An exceptionally good ability to read and comprehend passages will help keep the candidates ahead of time. Hence, candidates should make a habit to read and attempt complex passages.

  1. Attempt mock tests and sample papers to test your speed

Practice sample papers and previous years questions papers to familiarize with both the exams. Candidates can get a good idea about the difficulty level as well as the types of questions asked in the examination. Candidates should practice with the mock tests and sample papers in an exam-like condition. They should set a timer of two hours and check how many questions they are able to attend within the stipulated time.

To help the students prepare for the CLAT 2023, the consortium has also released two CLAT sample papers for all registered candidates. Candidates should solve them multiple times in exam like conditions.

  1. Try to be mentally calm

Candidates should dedicate some time in meditation to save themselves from exam anxiety. They should just be determined to achieve the set goal and work towards it with utmost dedication. They should try doing yoga and meditation before studying.


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