What to Expect from CLAT 2022

As per the latest notice released by the Consortium of National Law Universities, CLAT 2022 and CLAT 2023 will be conducted in the same year.

In the recent reports, Prof. Sudhir Krishnaswamy, Secretary cum Treasurer, The Consortium of National Law Universities, has announced that CLAT 2022 will be held on 08 May 2022 and CLAT 2023 is scheduled for 18 December 2022.

Read through the post that will give you a complete insight into what to expect from CLAT 2022, the application process, exam pattern, and more.

Will the Application Process be Similar for CLAT 2022 and CLAT 2023?

Authorities will start the online application process for CLAT 2022 tentatively from the first week of January 2022, while CLAT 2023 will be from October 2022.

There is no update on the online application form. However, it is expected that the online registration process for CLAT will remain the same for both sessions.

If your age is above 17 and you have secured at least 45% in your 12th standard, then you can apply for the Common Law Admission Test.

You will be allowed to fill the application form only online mode through the official website.

Download Free Study Materials For CLAT 2022 by LegalEdge

Will the Exam Pattern Remains the Same for CLAT 2022 and CLAT 2023?

Last year, the Consortium of NLUs introduced a lot of changes in the CLAT Exam Pattern. Authorities will follow these changes this year as well.

  • As per the new pattern, both exams will be held entirely in offline mode. 
  • There will be five sections in the exam: English Language, Current Affairs including General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Mathematics.
  • The Consortium might make a few changes in the exam pattern this year, depending on the current pandemic across the country. However, the exam conducting body will intimate officially if they make any changes in the pattern.

clat mock test

clat Mock test

Will Every Student Get a Chance to Appear for CLAT Twice?

As per the official notification, there is no limit on the number of attempts for the CLAT exam. However, one needs to satisfy the CLAT Eligibility Criteria regarding age, qualification, and nationality to appear for the exam.

Those who satisfy the above criteria will get a chance to appear for the Common Law Admission Test twice.