1. Ample Amount of
When it comes to CLAT you need to hold your nerves in legal aptitude and general awareness section. These sections play an important role in CLAT entrance exam as it constitutes of 100 marks. For current affairs, you need to devote 2 hours daily and by dropping a year it gets easy to manage.
“Even with a difference of 0.25 marks your ranks may differ in 100’s”.
2. Regular Mock Test
Mock tests are an important part when it comes to the stages of preparation of the CLAT exam. Without giving mocks on a regular basis it is difficult to score good in CLAT. Along with mocks analyzing them is equally important and opting a correct approach for attempting the paper.
3. Clarity of Concepts
CLAT comprises of 5 sections General Awareness, Legal Aptitude, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning. CLAT happens at every second week of May hence clarity of concepts cannot go parallel with board exams.
“More than 40% students in tier 1 college list of CLAT are re-takers because they have an upper hand above those who haven’t had time to study. It is worth to dropping a year in order to end up into top NLU”.
CLAT paper has no pre-defined syllabus. The syllabus is too vast to cover it after your class 12th exams. In order to cover the syllabus, you need to devote yourself completely for a year. The legal section plays a very crucial role section in CLAT as it might cover questions from legal GK, different law subject’s, legal maxims and much more. Same goes with the other sections.
5. NLU’s are worth it
Studying for a year after taking drop is worth doing it when it comes to taking admission in tier 1 NLU’S both in the terms of classroom and outside classroom education. It is worth it to spend your one year on preparation and shaping your career in a better way.
6. Helps you gain confidence
While appearing for CLAT exam you need to know your weaknesses and strengths. One year of preparation helps you to gain confidence along with knowing the areas where you need to work harder. For clearing the CLAT exam it is very important to know what are the key areas where aspirant need to focus are.
7. An achievable future
By preparing constantly for a year it helps you to achieve the desired future and good placement. Also once you get through to a top NLU no one is going to ask you if you dropped a year for it or not... A Good NLU is a Good NLU.
8. Don’t compromise
Instead of compromising into a college with less potential rather with self-confidence, passion and capabilities you can reach into your dream college. One extra year of effort won’t matter if it means getting into the top institute.
9. No age criteria
CLAT has removed age bar thus making any candidate eligible for it. CLAT exam has no age bar thus making it more convenient for aspirants to work hard without any pressure of age bar on them.
10. A second chance
Everyone aspires to get into best top NLU’S. It is all about taking chances if you feel your preparation deserves a better prospect, as luck also plays a role then re-appearing for CLAT next year can be looked upon the idea of as an option.
“It will always be advisable to work hard for a year than to crib for the next 5 years”.
11. Great Mentors
An array of PRATHAM LAW mentors are available to help you not just in clearing CLAT but also help you while pursuing LAW and after completion of the Course.