Maths is one of the subjects in the CLAT Exam that holds a 10% weightage in the question paper. Around 13-17 questions will be asked in the CLAT Maths section. Here are the important CLAT Questions with Answers provided for enhancing exam preparation. 

Solve these questions along with previous year's CLAT Question Paper to understand the difficulty level of the exam, and questions asked. 

CLAT Data Interpretation Questions

Q. The pie charts, given here show some automobile parts manufactured by an automobile company at its Pune and Nagpur plants in the year 2009. Study the pie charts and answer questions. The number of total auto parts produced at both plants is the same.


If the Nagpur plant produced 800000 tyres, then the number of horns produced by it was:

A. 12000; B. 18500; C. 75000; D. 60000

Q. How many percent more tubes were produced at the Pune plant than those Nagpur plant?

A. 14%; B. 12%; C. 8%; D. 3%

Q. The ratio of number of horns produced at Nagpur plant to that produced at Pune plant is:

A. 3:7; B. 10:3; C. 7:3; D. 7:10

Q. The following table gives cost data of select stock prices on 3rd Dec 2019 in two markets, BSE of India and NQE of Kya Kya island. Closing stock refers to the price at the close of trading hours and opening stock to the price at the beginning of the day. The currency of Kya Kya is # and the exchange rate is # = Rs.11.


Which share and on which market showed the highest percent increase on 3rd Dec 2019?

A. SIFY and BSE; B. INFY and NQE; C. Wipro and NQE; D. TCS and NQE

Q. Arbitrage means buying in one market and selling simultaneously in another market. If Mr. Ram was to buy a stock at the opening price on one exchange and be able to sell it at the opening price on the other exchange, on which share does he make maximum % profit?

A. SIFY; B. INFY; C. Wipro; D. TCS

Q. In an M&A deal SIFY is Purchased by its parent company SATYAM which purchases 15% of SIFY’s equity shares. Total SIFY’s equity shares are 1 million. How much does SATYAM pay in Rs. (approx) for the stake if 50% of its purchases were on BSE’s opening price and balance on BSE’s closing price on 3rd Dec 2019?

A. 36 million; B. 3.5 million; C. 363 million; D. 217 million

Q. A bartender was different formulations for a cocktail party. He was considering a choice of 5 alternative cocktails. (A, B, C, D and E) which can used in different proportions in the formulations. The table below gives the compositions of these cocktails. The table below gives the composition of these cocktails. The cost per unit of each of these is A – 150, B – 50, C – 200, D – 500, and E – 100 . 


If he wants to mix at least two of these cocktails to produce a drink containing 10% vodka and at least 30% brandy, in how many ways can it be done?

A. One; B. Two; C. Three; D. Four

Q. Which of the following combinations gives a drink with the lowest cost per unit while having 10% rum and at least 30% brandy, if it is to be formed by mixing two cocktails?

A. B and C; B. B and E; C. B and D; D. C and E

Q. In what proportion should B, C and E be mixed to make a drink having at least 60% whisky at the lowest per unit cost?

A. 2:1:3; B. 4:1:2; C. 2:1:4; D. 4:1:1

Q. If a drink containing at least 30% each of whisky and brandy and at least 5% of vodka and not more than 25% rum is to be made, then which one of the following combinations of equally mixed ingredients is feasible?

A. A and B; B. D and E; C. B and E; D. A and E


All student of the Hyderabad International School have to learn exactly one of English and French as their first language. Given below is the proportion of Indian and International students and the proportion of students taking English or French at the school. The school has a total of 1600 students, 80% of whom are in the secondary section and the rest equally divided between Class 11 and 12.

- Indian Students English
Class 12 0.60 -
Class 11 0.55 0.50
Secondary School - 0.55
Total 0.475 0.53

What is the percentage of Indian students in the secondary section?

A. 40; B. 45; C. 50; D. 55

Q. In class 12, twenty-five percent of students who took English as their first language are Indian. What is the difference between the number of foreign students with English as their first language and Indian students with French as their first language?

A. Less than 16; B. 20; C. 24; D. 32

Q. What is the percentage of students in class 12 with English as their first language?

A. 40; B. 45; C. 50; D. 55

Q. In the secondary section 50% of the Indian students had English as their first language. Which of the following statements is correct?

A. Except Indian students with English as their first language, all other groups have the same number of students.; B. Except Indian students with French as their first language, all other groups have the same number of students.; C. Except foreign students with English as their first language, all other groups have the same number of students.; D. Except foreign students with French as their first language, all other groups have the same number of students.



Which variety of articles has the lowest average cost price?

A. Diwans; B. Table Lamps; C. Carpets; D. Jars

Q. Which variety of articles has the highest average selling price?

A. Diwans; B. Table Lamps; C. Carpets; D. Jars

Q. The article of which variety earned the highest profit?

A. Diwans; B. Table Lamps; C. Carpets; D. Jars

Q. Which variety has the lowest average profit?

A. Diwans; B. Table Lamps; C. Carpets; D. Jars

Q. For how many articles, the profit is more than 50% of the cost price?

A. 1; B. 2; C. 3; D. 4

Q. Study the following graph (Figure 4.8) carefully and answer the given questions. Gross Revenues and the Profit/Loss for HBL Limited (All figures in Rs crore)


The highest percentage of growth in total revenue was recorded in:

A. 2000-01; B. 2001-02; C. 2002-03; D. 2004-05

Q. In which year was the net profit as a percentage of gross revenue at its second-highest level? 

A. 2004-05; B. 2005-06; C. 2006-07; D. None of these

Q. For which of the following years was the trend gross revenue and net profit/loss dissimilar?

A. 2001-02; B. 2002-03; C. 2003-04; D. 2004-05

Q. The following pie chart shows the number of subscriptions generated for India Bonds from different categories of investors. Subscriptions Generated for India Bonds


If the investments by NRIs are Rs 4,000 crore, then the investment by corporate houses and FIIs together is:

A. 24,000 crore; B. 24,363 crore; C. 25,423.4 crore; D. 25,643.3 crore

Q. What percentage of the total investment is coming from either FIIs or NRIs?

A. 33%; B. 11%; C. 44%; D. 22%

Q. If the total investment other than by FII and corporate houses is Rs 335,000 crore, then the investment by NRIs and Offshore funds will be (approximately):

A. 274,100; B. 285,600; C. 293,000; D. Cannot be determined

Q. What is the approximate ratio of investment flows into India Bonds from NRIs to corporate houses?

A. 1:4; B. 1:3; C. 3:1; D. cannot be determined

Q. In the corporate sector, approximately how many degrees should be there in the central angle?

A. 120; B. 121; C. 122; D. 123

Q. If the total investment flows from FIIs were to be doubled in the next year and the investment flows from all other sources had remained constant at their existing levels for this year, then what would be the proportion of FII investment in the total investment flows into India Bonds in the next year (approximately)?

A. 40%; B. 50%; C. 60%; D. 70%

Previous Year CLAT Maths Questions

A room having the dimensions as mentioned in the chart below has a table, a bed, and a chair. There are three books kept on the table (side by side) and also a lamp having a radius, 3.5 inches. Now, on the basis of the information given below answer the following? 

Sr. No Object Length Breadth Height
1 Room 18 feet 12 feet 12 feet
2 Bed 3.5 feet 6 feet 3 feet
3 Table 3 feet 4 feet 4 feet
4 Chair 2 feet 2.5 feet 4 feet
5 Books 12 inch 6 inch 3 inch

Q. What would be the area of the room which is not covered by any object as mentioned above? (a) 176.5 sq. ft. (b) 178 sq. ft. (c) 367 sq. ft. (d) 245.5 sq. ft.

Q. What is the area of the table which is uncovered by any of the objects? (a) 1656 sq. inch (b) 1617.52 sq. inch (c) 1473.52 sq. inch (d) 1512 sq. inch

Q. How many tables are required to cover the floor surface of the room completely? (a) 18 (b) 11 (c) 21 (d) Data inadequate.

Q. .If the entire room is to be filled with books having the same dimensions as lying on the table then how many books are required. (a) 2,00,736 (b) 20,736 (c) 11,736 (d) 17,522

Q. How many chairs can be put inside the room so as to cover the entire floor area of the room? (a) 40 (b) 21 (c) 43 (d) 18

In the figure given below, a goat is tied to a pole (at point O) which is the center of the semi-circular plot. The area of the plot is equal to its perimeter. BO is the length of the rope through which the goat is tied to the pole. Answer to the closest decimal.

Q.The length of the rope is a. 2 + π b. 2 + π/2 c. 2 + 2/ π d. 2

Q. The area of the plot is a. 18.13 b. 21.83 c. 28.13 d. 11.83

Q. If a triangle is created by joining points A, B, and C. What will be the length of AB? a. 3.73 b. 7.33 c. 1.86 d. Can‘t be calculated with the given data

Q. What will be the area of the triangle ABC? a. 6.96 b. 9.66 c. 3.66 d. Can‘t be calculated with the given data

Q. What will be the perimeter of the triangle ABC? a. 40.4 b. 30.3 c. 20.2 d. 10.1

How to Approach CLAT Maths Questions

  • This year, the questions under quantitative techniques differ as it includes reading of passages and analyzing the given data.
  • The change in question pattern is to test the candidate's logical reasoning ability rather than only mathematical calculations. 
  • Hence. it is important for candidates to read the question carefully and then proceed to answer them.
  • Maintain rough notes to list out important facts, formulas, that can help in saving a lot of your time and answer the questions easily.