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What Daily Routine of CLAT 2024 Aspirant Should Look Like?

Author : Shashwat Srivastava

Updated On : July 12, 2023


Reader's Digest: You name it; we solve it! Read this blog post to learn what the daily routine of CLAT 2024 aspirants should look like. Get insights into the daily, monthly, and yearly task table for CLAT 2024 and more. 

Due to the increasing competition, it might be difficult for most of you to prepare for the CLAT exam. However, it is easy to crack the exam by following a well-structured study plan for CLAT.

Following a single task table that will help you achieve good results is a myth because every aspirant's preparation strategy is different.

You will have weak and strong areas, and your preparation strategies may vary. Hence, we recommend you prepare your task table based on the following factors:

  • Amount of syllabus left
  • Status of revision
  • Weak areas (based on your mock performance)
  • Targets to be met (if you are aiming for AIR below 10, your task table looks completely different)
  • Study capacity (based on your ability to study for long hours)

An extremely important part of preparing for a competitive exam is figuring out how to prepare and attempt the examination you are sitting for. This video on CLAT 2024 strategy is a must-watch for all CLAT 2024 students.

Best Short Tricks to Make the Best Study Schedule for CLAT 2024

The following techniques will help enhance your CLAT exam preparation and score good marks in the upcoming exam.

  1. Create a Task Table: Instead of a traditional timetable, choose a table with 5 to 7 daily tasks. This allows for more flexibility and focuses on completing specific tasks rather than fixed study hours.
  2. Be Specific: When planning your daily study tasks, specify what you must study. Instead of just writing the subject's name, mention the topic, book name, and page number. For example, "Constitutional Law: Fundamental Rights, Book: XYZ, Pages 50-70."
  3. Include Assignments or Practice Questions: Incorporate assignments or practice questions in your daily study plan. If you use a specific study material like LegalEdge, mention the assignment numbers to complete. This ensures active engagement with the subject matter.
  4. Strike Out Completed Tasks: After completing each topic or assignment, remove it from your task list. This simple action provides a sense of accomplishment, motivates you to continue, and builds confidence as you see progress.
  5. Be Realistic: Make a rational list that you can realistically complete. Avoid overburdening yourself with an unrealistic number of tasks. Aim to complete at least 75 to 80% of the tasks on your list to maintain consistency and avoid feeling overwhelmed.

Remember, even if you cannot complete all the tasks listed by you by the end of the day, don't get demotivated. It is okay even if you do not finish all the listed tasks. Just try to find out whether the task list you have completed until that time is covered entirely or not.

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LegalEdge CLAT Toppers

How to Make a Daily Task Table for CLAT 2024?

You must keep the following points in mind while creating a daily task table for the CLAT entrance exam:

  1. Allocate 45 minutes for Newspaper Reading: Set aside dedicated time each day to read the newspaper, preferably "The Hindu," to stay updated with current affairs and enhance your reading comprehension skills.
  2. Focus on Daily Current Affairs: Stay updated with daily current affairs by reading relevant news articles, watching news channels, or subscribing to current affairs magazines. Make it a habit to allocate a specific time slot for this activity.
  3. Utilize LegalEdge Resources: If you are a LegalEdge student, use the essential articles provided by the faculty on the LegalEdge Telegram channel. These articles are designed to enhance your legal knowledge and provide valuable insights for CLAT preparation.
  4. Solve Reading Comprehension Passages: Practice solving two to three reading comprehension passages from the previous year's CLAT question papers daily. This will improve your reading comprehension skills and help you understand the question patterns and techniques for approaching such passages effectively.
  5. Learn Vocabulary Words: Aim to learn at least ten new vocabulary words daily from various sources such as the newspaper, section tests, or important articles. Maintain a vocabulary journal or flashcards to regularly review and reinforce your word bank.
  6. Plan Breaks and Rest: It is essential to include short breaks in your daily task table to rest and rejuvenate your mind. Plan for short breaks between study sessions to maintain focus and avoid burnout.
  7. Include Weak Subjects: Identify at least two subjects you feel are relatively weaker and allocate time in your daily task table to work on them. Dedicate focused study sessions to understand the concepts, practice questions, and seek clarification.

For example:

If quantitative aptitude is your weak area, you can add two specific daily tasks related to this subject.

  • Revise the percentages concept and try to solve as many questions as possible from any source like RS Aggarwal, BSC Data Interpretation, previous question papers, etc.
  • Revise the profit & loss concept and attempt as many profit & loss questions for CLAT as possible from any of the best resources.
  • Similarly, you can cover all the topics to enhance your preparation levels.

If legal reasoning is your weak area, you can plan your preparation as explained below.

  • Revise theory from RSM (mention topics and page numbers) and practice as many questions as possible on legal reasoning.
  • Analyse your section tests to see where to edit your prep to improve this section.

You can follow the task table below if English is your weak area.

  • Try to practice more RCs and focus on questions around the central theme, purpose, time of passage, vocabulary, and figures of speech.
  • Read more articles and editorials to improve your vocabulary.
  • Practice the close test regularly, vital in improving your CLAT English preparation levels.

If GK and current affairs are your weak area, follow the tips below.

  • Spending more time on newspapers, GK Today, and researching a particular topic would be best.
  • Ensure to acquire a sound knowledge of what's happening in the country, as it is essential to enhance your CLAT GK preparation.
  • Also, watch the news regularly to stay updated with all the latest issues happening across the globe.
  • Focus more on topics like Sports, History, Art, Culture, National & International Events, and Awards, as most of the questions are asked from these topics in the exam.

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If Logical reasoning is your weak area, you can follow the tips below to enhance your preparation levels.

  • Practice critical reasoning questions from any best resources.
  • If you need to revise the basics of critical reasoning, you can add specific topics, sources, and page numbers to your task table.
  • You may include analytical reasoning two or three days a week for revision and practice as many questions as possible to enhance your CLAT logical reasoning preparation.

Weekly Strategy for CLAT 2024 Preparation 

The following are tips you can track weekly to enhance your CLAT time management skills and speed, which are essential to qualify for the exam.

CLAT 2023 Weekly Task Table

  • Solve and analyze at least one mock test weekly.
  • Try to practice your strong subjects.
  • Revise the notes you have prepared for vocabulary and the newspaper pointers.
  • Complete all your pending assignments.
  • Practice analytical reasoning (weekly practice is enough).
  • Customize your week as you have proper division among your sections along with its revision and mock attempts.
  • Devote four days towards your regular studies by making sectional pairs among these days and keep other days for proper revision of the sections.
  • Make sure to keep the last day for CLAT Mock Test and analysis.

Monthly Strategy for CLAT 2024 Preparation 

You must include English, legal reasoning, current affairs, critical reasoning, and reading the newspaper in your monthly study plan.

Remember, reading newspapers will help build your vocabulary, GK, critical reasoning, and legal reasoning.

The following are some of the best preparation tips to crack the CLAT exam on the first attempt.


  • You should follow reading newspapers and improve your vocabulary every month.
  • Practising RCs won't help you score good marks unless you have a good vocabulary level.

GK & Current Affairs

  • Along with reading the newspaper daily, you must follow at least one additional source for the GK section every day.
  • You can prepare GK and current affairs from any website like GK Today and CLAT post.
  • Also, if you can follow two additional resources, that would be great, but remember not to follow more than two.

Legal Reasoning

  • For current legal knowledge, you can read the newspaper daily. These may either be tested in the GK and Current Affairs section or be made a reference during a passage, and having known of a topic beforehand brings about a sense of familiarity.
  • Practice legal issue questions from mock tests.
  • Try to research passages in and out.

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LegalEdge CLAT Mocks

Logical Reasoning

  • Make sure to revise all the core concepts such as paradox, conclusions, assumptions, etc.
  • Try to practice as many CLAT critical reasoning questions as possible from the previous year's papers.

Quantitative Techniques

  • First, focus on essential topics, including pie charts, bar charts, time & distance, and time & speed.
  • If you are not good at quantitative, focusing on core concepts and practice questions from RS Aggarwal and RSM is recommended.
  • If you don't have time to work on all the RS Aggarwal textbook questions, you can cover the bare minimum of a topic and move to the next one.

Yearly Study Plan for CLAT 2024 Preparation

Month English Language Current Affairs Including General Knowledge Legal Reasoning Logical Reasoning Quantitative Techniques
Month 1 - Develop reading habits - Start reading newspapers and magazines daily - Understand legal principles and reasoning techniques - Practice identifying arguments and analyzing patterns of reasoning - Review basic mathematical operations and formulas
Month 2 - Improve reading speed and comprehension skills - Focus on current affairs and general knowledge topics - Analyze legal fact scenarios and apply general principles to them - Practice recognizing and evaluating arguments - Solve practice questions involving ratios, proportions, and basic algebra
Month 3 - Learn strategies for tackling passage-based questions - Deepen knowledge of current affairs and international events - Familiarize yourself with legal and moral issues - Enhance critical thinking and inference skills - Work on numerical information derivation and manipulation
Month 4 - Practice summarizing passages and drawing inferences - Explore historical events and their significance - Analyze the impact of changes to rules and principles - Develop analytical reasoning skills - Continue practising quantitative techniques
Month 5 - Strengthen vocabulary and word usage - Focus on arts, culture, and other relevant topics - Improve understanding of legal and moral philosophy inquiries - Work on drawing relationships, identifying contradictions, and assessing arguments - Review statistical estimation and data interpretation techniques
Month 6 - Solve practice questions on main point and viewpoint - Stay updated with contemporary events of significance - Enhance comprehension of legal passages and apply rules/principles - Analyze the effectiveness of arguments - Refine skills in mathematical operations and problem-solving
Month 7 - Practice comparing and contrasting arguments - Dive deeper into international affairs and their impact - Develop awareness of public policy questions - Strengthen inference skills and apply them to new situations - Work on mensuration and geometry concepts
Month 8 - Work on understanding the meaning of words and phrases - Revise and consolidate knowledge of current affairs - Continue practising legal reasoning with fact scenarios - Enhance analytical and critical reasoning skills - Practice data interpretation and analysis
Month 9 - Review past CLAT English language questions - Recapitulate important events and their significance - Focus on the application of principles and propositions to factual situations - Practice drawing analogies and assessing argument effectiveness - Solve mock tests and previous year's quantitative questions
Month 10 - Solve mock tests and previous year's English questions - Practice answering questions based on news articles - Revise legal and moral issues and apply them to scenarios - Analyze patterns of reasoning and assess conclusions - Analyze weak areas and work on improving quantitative skills
Month 11 - Revise grammar rules and improve language skills - Continue staying updated with current affairs - Practice legal reasoning exercises and enhance rule application - Work on time management and efficient problem-solving - Solve sample papers and identify areas for improvement
Month 12 - Finalize exam strategy and focus on time management - Consolidate knowledge of general knowledge topics - Engage in the timed practice of legal reasoning questions - Solve full-length practice papers and analyze the performance - Review all quantitative techniques and formulas


Now, you know what the daily routine of CLAT aspirants should look like. You may adopt this daily routine to ace CLAT 2024 like a pro. Make a task table for CLAT 2024 preparation and follow it religiously to maintain consistency. Good Luck with your preparation! Happy Reading!


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