Updated On : December 18, 2022
Summary: CLAT Toppers have a range of experiences. The exam covers many topics and requires a comprehensive understanding of the legal system. Toppers also find that the most important thing is to stay focused and keep up with the syllabus. Toppers often put in extra hours of studying and practice to ensure they are well-prepared for the exam.
CLAT UG exam was conducted successfully for the academic year 2022, and LegalEdge has had some great results bagged for the year.
Here we have one of the toppers of CLAT 2022 giving his interview with our Founder, Karan Mehta of LegalEdge.
Let's understand the strategies of the toppers to ace CLAT preparations for the next academic year.
Harshit started with preparations during the COVID times, from standard 9. Harshit was not particularly interested in studying medicine or engineering and was interested in studying Humanities.
Harshit says he is exploring things and is curious about learning Political science and law subjects. He was the topper at his school as well.
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Harshit set a bar of having a single-digit rank and a high expectation bar for himself and to study in NLUs.
He was exploring. He studied the concepts thoroughly in the first year. He completed studying major textbooks for CLAT. He completed studying RS Agarwal before his coaching classes started.
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He has not been an avid reader since childhood. He says he started reading his novels, books that interest him from class 10 and reading the newspaper daily.
Harshit says he practised reading the newspapers at a particular time every day. He gave more importance to GK and puzzle-solving.
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He cracked NLS with guidance from his mentors; however, to rank in the second year, he planned himself and performed self-studies.
He mentioned there wasn't any hassle of travel, and it gave him more time to study and rest.
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Read the newspaper, make notes, mock, revise, and don't compromise on sleep.
Don't waste time on social media, don't focus on boards, balance in concepts and practice, don't cheat in mocks, and don't compare yourself with others.
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GK was personally difficult, and questions were also asked randomly.
6-8 hours daily.
All the best!
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