Finding difficulties while studying mathematics subject for law entrance exams? Many of you might neglect this section due to less weightage, but it isn't easy to get the answers right without the right preparation. 

Each of your preparation strategies may vary; however, you can reach your desired goal by following proper guidance and strategy. 

To help you with Maths preparation for law entrance exams in India, this post shall guide you on how to study and be well prepared for the Mathematics section. 

Let us understand strategies, tips, and tricks on how to study the Maths section in Law Entrance Exams with a high score. 

How to Study Maths for Law Entrance Exams in India?

If you are appearing for any law entrance exams in India, then there are various things you need to be aware of. Out of all subjects, Mathematics is one such subject which is slightly tougher than others. 

You might be worried about where to begin, what to study, how to prepare for topics in the Mathematics subject. Go through the below tips on how to study Elementary Mathematics for Law Entrance Exams in India. 

Know About the Section

Before you get into deep preparation, know well about the section. In some examinations this section is known as Quantitative Techniques, in few exams, it is known as Quantitative Aptitude, and in others its called Basic Mathematics. 

As per the change in the pattern of the CLAT Exam in 2020, the mathematics section was called Quantitative Techniques. Before 2020, all law entrance exams including CLAT had only Quantitative Aptitude. 

In other exams, the Mathematics section includes both aptitude and basic maths. In SLAT Exam, this section is known as Basic Mathematics as it includes question from basic maths. 

Be thorough with the Pattern

The question paper pattern and marking scheme of every law entrance exam shall vary. In all the law entrance exams, subjects are common like Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Mathematics, General Knowledge, and English. 

Comparing the number of questions from the Mathematics subject in all exams, there are very few. You can expect around 10-13 questions from this section. 

Thinking that there are very few questions and you can answer them all correct? Well, you never know the difficulty level of the exam. Hence without proper preparation, you may end up losing marks. 

What to Prepare in Maths?

The syllabus of the maths section is vast, however, there are few prominent topics you need to prepare to score full marks. Data Interpretation Questions are to be solved more as the highest number of questions are from this topic. 

Some of the important topics you need to prepare for are: Percentages, Profit & Loss, Average, Ratio & proportion, Time Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Mensuration, Area Perimeter. Unlike other exams, CLAT includes Data Interpretation Questions.

So, it is very important to solve as many Data Interpretation Questions asked in the Law Entrance Exam for better preparation. 

Where to Prepare from?

You can refer to the expert-curated Study materials by LegalEdge like LE RSM, LE GMB, LE Test Series. These materials include an in-depth explanation of each topic, previous year solved papers with detailed analysis of solutions. 

Apart from this, you can refer to additional books for the Maths section like Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal. 

There are various materials available but they are for all entrance exams. LegalEdge offers study materials specific to law entrance exams. 

What should be my Daily Study Plan?

Each one of your preparation strategies may vary, but by preparing a proper study plan for the law entrance exam you can achieve your goals. 

Ensure to allow 50% of the time for studying topics one by one. 30% of the time for studying the Data Interpretation section. Also, 20% of the time must be the revision. Make sure to revise all the topics you have studied. 

You can follow this plan weekly. You can study all the topics for 4 days, 2 days for Data Interpretation and one day for revising all the topics you have studied in an entire week. 

Learning from Previous Year Papers

Solving previous year question papers for law entrance exams lets you understand the difficulty level of the exam. You can also know which type of questions are asked in the exam. 

During the revision period, you can solve question papers for enhancing preparation levels. 

Except for CLAT, all other law entrance exams don't have any change in the pattern of exams. Thus, for CLAT Exam try to solve sample papers provided by LegalEdge.