CLAT 2019 Exam Analysis, Answer Keys, Difficulty Level, Expected Cut off

CLAT 2019 is conducted on May 26, 2019, by National Law University Odisha, Cuttack (NLUO) .This course is notified for LL.B. and LL.M. programs. Our PRATHAM Expert overall CLAT Paper Analysis 2019 is as follows. We at PRATHAM will bring you a detailed section wise analysis for the examination. The team of PRATHAM will give you a fair idea about the Exam level, Number of Questions, Types of questions and weight-age which are assigned for the particular section and topics of CLAT Exam Paper 2019.


Paper Analysis of CLAT 2019

NLU, Odisha conducted CLAT 2019 on May 26 between 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm in offline mode. More than 54000 candidates appeared for the examination. As per PRATHAM'S test takers and experts, the difficulty level was easier than last year, thus cut off is likely to go high than the previous year.


CLAT 2019 Analysis

The law entrance examination had 200 questions with five sections – English, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics, legal aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Each question had a weight-age of one mark and a negative marking of one-fourth marks for each incorrect answer.


1. English

This section was little lengthy but easy. 10 questions were from reading comprehension which were very easy. other questions were from re-arranging the sentence, foreign words, idioms, para jumbles and sentence correction. 


2. General Knowledge and Current Affairs

This section was a straight forward section. The paper was of medium level. most of the questions were from the current affairs such as science and technology, sports, awards and honour etc. 2-3 questions were as it is from AILET, 2019. Maximum questions of current affairs were from the month of March-April. Most of the questions were from the Pratham study material. 


3. Elementary Mathematics

This section was of medium level and 70 to 80% questions were of doable nature. The questions were from percentages, profit and loss, TSD, time and work, calendars etc. 


4. Legal Aptitude

As per PRATHAM experts, this section was of easy level but very lengthy with 50 legal reasoning questions based on Contract, Jurisdiction, Torts. There was also repetition of questions from previous year papers with slight change in their given principal. There were no questions from constitution. Unlike AILET, 2019 there were no questions from legal current affairs. Also there were no questions from assertion- reason and legal maxims. 


5. Logical Reasoning

This section was easiest of the lot. It consisted of  2 puzzles which were very easy. Other questions were from  Syllogisms, blood relations etc 


Tabulated below is the section-wise breakup of CLAT 2019    


No. of Questions
Good attempts
Legal Aptitude
Logical Reasoning
GK & Current affairs




Exam Level


Exam Date         

May 26, 2019 (Sunday)

Application Mode


Exam Periodicity


Conducting Body

National law University, Odisha

Note: Results for a law exam will be declared in May 2019. Post result declaration, counselling will be conducted in June 2019. Admission is granted on the basis Cut Off which will be declared by the NLUs.



Programs are offered by the National Law Universities (NLU'S)

Law aspirants qualifying CLAT exam are eligible to secure admissions to the following programs:


BA LLB (Hons)   

BSc. LLB (Hons)

BBA LLB (Hons)

BSW LLB (Hons)

B. Com LLB (Hons)



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