What Cut-Off Score in CLAT 2016 will get you an NLU?
If you are looking forward to take up Law as your career option, gear up yourself for CLAT exam 2016 which is being conducted on 8th May by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Patiala. CLAT 2016 online examination needs to be qualified to get admission in various undergraduate programmes of 17 major participating National Law Universities (NLU) and in other private colleges.
Why CLAT score is important?
CLAT score card is nothing but assessed marks that is awarded to every examinee in the form of an all-India basis rank. On the basis of these ranks allotted and seats available in Law universities, the students are given admission.
Each and every participating university then declares its CLAT cutoff list to start admission process.
After cut offs have been declared, counseling session(s) is arranged to assign universities to aspiring students by synching three things together, which are:
• Student’s preferred university as per the preference list that was provided in admission form.
• Rank that is bagged by student in CLAT exam
• Cut off that has been declared by the university for which student is looking to get a seat.
It is very important to get a good rank in CLAT entrance test to get your dream NLU.
There are major five sections in which complete CLAT examination is divided:
• English comprehension
• Legal Aptitude
• General knowledge which included current affairs
You need to possess complete knowledge of exam pattern, syllabus asked, and marking scheme along with CLAT cut off scores that can land you in a prominent NLU.
An analysis about CLAT 2015 cut off can give you an idea about marking and assessing done in CLAT entrance exam. However, these cutoffs keep fluctuating every year.
It is very important to do well in Legal aptitude section because in case two students have bagged same marks and rank in CLAT exam 2016, preference would be given to that student who has managed to score good in legal aptitude section of CLAT 2016.
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