CLAT Exam Analysis 2023 - Live Review, Section-Wise Detailed Review, Difficulty Level & More
Author : Tanya Kaushal
Updated On : April 3, 2023
Reader's Digest: If you appeared for CLAT 2023, here is where you belong right now! Take a deep breath because the time has come when you can witness the Live analysis. For all those who are planning to appear for CLAT the next year, you might not know, but this paper analysis can boost your score by 5-8% easily! Check out this detailed blog post to understand the secret of increasing your marks based on rational exam analysis. So buckle up and get ready for the ride - it's going to be interesting!
The Consortium of National Law Universities conducted the CLAT 2023 on 18 December 2022 from 2 pm to 4 pm. The Common Law Admission Test was conducted across 127 test centres in 23 states and two union territories of India.
Put a full stop to all your anxieties and curiosities about CLAT 2023 analysis because LegalEdge presents a LIVE CLAT analysis for all the CLAT aspirants.
Many candidates might not be aware, but the analysis is the ultimate key to succeed in CLAT 2023. A detailed year-wise exam analysis of the question paper will give you more clarity on the preparation strategy.
Therefore, CLAT exam analysis gives the candidates a detailed insight into the following:
The difficulty level of the paper
Expected CLAT cut off
College-wise closing score
CLAT Exam Analysis 2023 (Overall Analysis)
The analysis was provided based on feedback from students who had appeared for the exam.
The following are some key highlights of the CLAT Entrance Exam 2023:
93.6% of the candidates registered for the CLAT UG 2023 and 91.7% of the candidates registered for the CLAT PG 2023 appeared for the test.
In the Logical Reasoning section, 2-3 paragraph-based passages were asked. However, the questions in LR were lengthy but moderately solvable with the right formula and fast calculation speed.
In CLAT 2023, many conceptual questions were asked to test the conceptual clarity of the topic.
Usually, the questions from the English section were lengthy, but the difficulty level was moderate. Moreover, this year, more vocal-based questions were asked. So, the students with an excellent preexisting vocabulary will bear the golden fruits.
The Mathematics section of CLAT 2023 was difficult for an average student. However, a few odd questions were asked. These types of queries have never been asked in previous exams of CLAT.
The General Knowledge section was of moderate level. Almost all questions were easily solvable except for 1-2 passages.
Like every year, the students encountered a few unpredictable topics also.
A few questions based on static orientations were also asked.
One passage was simple and easily doable among all the passages asked in the GK section of CLAT 2023.
The Legal Knowledge section was lengthy, but the difficulty level was moderate.
The first impression of most students who appeared for CLAT 2023 was that the paper was lengthy.
Overall, the CLAT Exam 2023 didn't surprise the students with a new pattern of questions except for a few unpredictable topics from GK and QT.
In comparison to the question paper designed in 2020 and 2022, this year's paper was on the difficult side. However, a few sections or passages were simpler.
Keeping in mind the difficulty level of the paper, a score between 110 and 115 can be taken as a good attempt.
Refer to the comparative year-wise CLAT analysis below:
Easy to Moderate
Refer to the following points for a detailed CLAT exam analysis:
Most conceptual questions were asked, and fewer contextual questions were asked this year.
Not more than 45 minutes were to be allotted for attempting the questions with 90% accuracy.
Mostly straightforward questions were asked. This section was relatively more accessible in comparison to the other sections.
There were a total of 6 passages followed by five questions each.
It was a win-win situation for the students with good clarity of concepts.
A few passages were lengthier, with multiple paragraphs.
All the questions in this section were from common critical reasoning topics like central/main Idea, strengthening of the author's argument, drawing a conclusion from the passage, title of the passage, and inference from the passage.
Also, there were a few questions on assumptions and 1-2 questions on inferences.
Those who have solved mock tests in a time-based manner and know when to skip questions and when to spend time re-doing them would score relatively well in this section.
The questions were asked on the following topics:
Challenges for print media post-COVID
Depreciation of the Rupee and challenges before RBI
Stereotypes that affect middle-aged women's career
Effects of new-age media on our thinking
CLAT Exam Analysis 2023 for English
The English section of CLAT was of an easy to moderate level compared to the previous year, and most of the questions were challenging to understand as the passages were quite long.
Refer to the comparative year-wise CLAT analysis below:
2-3 questions were seen as more straightforward in maximum passages.
Overall Level of difficulty is easy.
Refer to the list of common topics:
Socio-economic status in schools
Climate change impact on Asia and India and its neighbours
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is CLAT Exam 2023 difficult?
Overall, the CLAT Exam 2023 was slightly lengthy but had a moderate level of difficulty. So, the students who chose good questions, managed time, and had a good level of preparation will be able to crack CLAT 2023 easily.
How is the CLAT 2023 exam analysis prepared?
Based on the feedback received from students on the day of the CLAT Exam, we provide the LIVE exam analysis for CLAT 2023.
What all does the CLAT 2023 exam analysis include?
The CLAT analysis includes various information like the number of questions asked from each subject, the difficulty level of each section, and the number of good attempts. Also, students can know which questions were asked in the exam.
Is there some tricks to clear CLAT Exam 2023?
Along with studying the entire syllabus, solving previous year's papers, attempting mock tests, and analysing your preparation level is recommended.
Does questions in CLAT repeat?
Yes, you can expect repeated questions in the CLAT exam. Hence, it is recommended to solve as many previous year papers as possible for complete preparation.
How should I analyze my CLAT mock score?
Try to revise the topics of incorrect solutions. This way you can improve your score. Focus more on your weaker areas.
Will CLAT 2023 have negative marking?
Yes, there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in CLAT 2023.
When is the CLAT paper usually set?
This is highly confidential, but it could be set 30-45 days before to check if there are any errors or discrepancies.
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