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Preparation tips for Law Entrance during COVID

Diksha Sharma 5 MINUTES

For all serious Law Entrance aspirants who want to ensure selection in top law colleges, we have put some light on important points that should be taken under consideration for delivering your optimum on the exam day. Here’s how it goes:

• Prepare a time table - Since there is nothing to do much out, candidates do not have to travel to the schools or coaching centres, a lot of time is saved by staying at home. They can chalk out a plan and ensure that the time table is followed diligently. 2-3 hours of continuous study at home should be practiced without fail.

• Take Online Classes, if required - Due to the COVID-19, candidates can take last-minute coaching classes provided online. It will keep them busy and help to get the doubts cleared.

• Taking mocks and analysing them - This is the most important area of your CLAT preparation. One must take at least 30 mocks and analyse them to ace the exam. Analysing the mocks is more important than giving a mock. Do not attempt another mock without analysing the previous mock.

• Law Entrance (CLAT) is an aptitude test and as the objective of the aptitude test is to check articulate thinking, it is not advisable to compulsorily attempt all the questions. Instead one should focus on maximising the scores by attempting known questions. In fact, sometimes this urge to attempt all the questions can bring your accuracy level down drastically under timing pressure.

Subject wise study plan:

English Language - There is no better way to improve your english section than to read books. The problem here is that most of us do not read enough books. Law Entrance English is a cakewalk for people who read a lot. 100% of the exam is on verbal comprehension. So, they mainly check how well an aspirant can comprehend.

Current Affairs, including General Knowledge - Most of the questions are from Current Affairs. Make it a habit to read the news every morning. While you are at it, read the editorial section as well. It will help you build your vocabulary as well as keep you up to pace with the world. It is important that you prepare notes for this section. Whenever you read GK, keep your copy and pen handy and jot down the important points.

Reasoning - This section is relatively easier and getting all the 30 questions correct may not be very difficult. Critical reasoning demands good comprehension ability and critical thinking ability. The questions on assumptions, strengthening and weakening arguments, and conclusions require a lot of practice.

Quantitative Techniques - The questions will cover Data interpretation which covers sub topics such as Ratio and Proportion, Average, Percentage, Profit and Loss, and Mixture Allegations. The section includes short sets of facts, graphs, or other diagrammatic representations.

Legal Reasoning - It is the legal reasoning section which requires thorough preparation as these are relatively newer areas for most of the students. The Legal Reasoning section is expected to have facts and principles embedded in a passage. Being thorough with the constitutional laws, Legal Maxims, contract, torts, etc. may require some real hard work.

Students can easily score well in Law Entrance 2021 with a proper study schedule and regular mock tests. This is the time they need to be determined and confident. It is hoped that the above-discussed outline will encourage students to start their Law Entrance 2021 preparation immediately.