Detailed CLAT Exam Analysis 2018
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CLAT Exam Analysis 2018
If there’s one thing more consistent than the sun coming up, it’s the CLAT authorities screwing up the CLAT paper. This year was no different. Unresponsive monitors, wasted time, mouses not working properly and extremely rude invigilators presented themselves to close to 60k CLAT aspirants, who had toiled for hours and hours every day, for the past few months, in some cases even 2 years, to crack this paper. Scroll down to read more details.
Mismanagement in CLAT 2018 Exam
This year, too, candidates had to face similar adversities during the exam. Here are a few of the issues that occured during the exam conduction.
- At many centres, candidates were forced to stand for a long duration before entering.
- And at many other centres, candidates were forced to leave before the exam completion.
- In some centres, functional systems were not there.
- Various server issues and computer problems occurred inbetween the exam due to which candidates had to change systems, losing precious time.
- Some even alleged that a few students were provided extension of time while others were not.
Many have asked for a re-examination due to these reasons, though maximum candidates have said that the paper was easy this year.
Overall CLAT Exam Analysis 2018 – Overview
This year’s CLAT paper wasn’t too difficult, barring a few questions, and the cutoff can be expected to increase from last year. Considering the general drop in the level of difficulty of the overall paper, the predicted cutoff for the first three colleges (NLSIU, NALSAR and WBNUJS) should be around 130.
CLAT 2018 Exam Analysis – Good Attempt
CLAT this year was a tad bit less easy than CLAT 2017. Most of the questions, across all sections, which were asked were on predictable lines and there weren’t many experiments done here.
|Section||No. of Qs||Marks||Difficulty Level||Good Attempts|
|English Language & Comprehension||40||40||Easy to Moderate||28-35 Qs|
|Legal Aptitude||50||50||Easy||36-37 Qs|
|Quantitative Aptitude||20||20||Moderate||8-9 Qs|
|General Knowledge||50||50||Easy to Moderate||35-38 Qs|
|Reasoning Ability||40||40||Moderate to Difficult||25-26 Qs|
Here’s a section-wise analysis.
CLAT English Language Analysis
On predictable lines, there was one Reading Comprehension passage, questions on Cloze Test, Synonyms, Summary and even a few Critical Reasoning questions found their way here. The questions weren’t very challenging and the overall English section was easy-to-moderate.
CLAT General Awareness Analysis
Again, on predictable lines, most of the questions were from Current Affairs. There were questions from National news, International news, Sports, Science, Awards etc. There were even a few Static GK based questions, spread across History, Science and Technology. The difficulty level of this section was also low as most of the questions were fairly straightforward.
CLAT Legal Aptitude Analysis
The easiest section of the lot, it contained close to 35 Legal Reasoning questions, with fairly simple and straightforward principles and simple facts. There were also a few questions on Legal Knowledge, most of which were based on Constitution. A score of around 36-37 can be considered as a safe score for this section.
CLAT Logical Reasoning Analysis
A little trickier than others, it contained three puzzles, of which one was genuinely very difficult for even serious aspirants to crack. Wiser students would not have wasted a lot of time on this Puzzle. Other components of this section were Blood Relations, Course of Action, Syllogisms, Odd One Out, Coding-Decoding etc. Thus, there were a few questions from pretty much each prominent Logical Reasoning topic. The Puzzles are what made this section a little difficult than others. A score of around 25-26 in this section would be a good score.
CLAT Quantitative Aptitude Analysis
This was, to the astonishment of many CLAT aspirants, the lengthiest section of the lot. However, it wasn’t as difficult as a few students made it out to be. Questions were asked from Percentages, Simplification, Averages, Algebra, Number System etc. Students who had managed their time well in the other four sections would have had a natural advantage in Mathematics. A score of over 8-9 would be a good score for this section.
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