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Sunday, 8 May 2016

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CLAT 2016 Exam Analysis by Career Launcher

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab successfully conducted Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2016 for UG & PG courses on 8th May 2016 at various examination centres in all across India. Students nearly 37358 had applied online to appear for the entrance exam. All are eagerly waiting for the CLAT exam Answer key which will be declared by the university. Candidates who attended the exam can download the answer key from the official website and can check to their performance in exam.

CLAT Question Review & Paper Analysis 2016

Name of the University: Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law

Name of the Exam: Common Law Admission Test 2016

Official website: clat.ac.in

Category type: Answer Key

Date of Exam: 8th May 2016

Official Answer Key: update soon

CLAT 2016 Exam Analysis (Live Now)

CLAT 2016 conducted by RGNLU (Patiala) on May 7, 2016. This paper was probably the easiest CLAT ever. We at LST had predicted an easy paper, but it surpassed all our expectations. It looked like the CLAT 2014 paper conducted by GNLU.

 The pattern of the paper however did not witness any change. If you are a LSTian you would have found many questions in the paper straight from the LST Mocks and the Material. The paper had a total of 200 questions spread across five sections - English, GK, Elementary Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and Legal Aptitude. Each correct attempt would get 1 mark while each incorrect attempt would attract a negative score of 0.25 marks.

CLAT 2016 Exam Scheme:

For Undergraduate Programme

  • Maximum Marks     : 200
  • Duration of CLAT-2016 Examination     : 02:00 Hours
  • Total Number of Questions     : 200
Sr. No.SubjectsMarks
1English including Comprehension40 Marks
2General Knowledge and Current Affairs50 Marks
3Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)20 Marks
4Legal Aptitude50 Marks
5Logical Reasoning40 Marks
Note : 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer

For Postgraduate Programme

  • a) Maximum Marks    : 150
  • b) Duration of CLAT-2016     : 02:00 Hours
  • c) Multiple-Choice Questions     : 150 questions of one mark each
Sr. No.SubjectsMarks
1Constitutional Law50 Marks
2Jurisprudence50 Marks
3Other Subjects such as Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR etc.50 Marks
Note : 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer

www.lawentrance.com CLAT 2016 Exam Analysis

This was no different from the past sections. LST Analysis of the section wise performance is as follows.

No. of Questions
Good Attempts
Good Score
Level of Difficulty
G.K./Current Affairs
Elementary Mathematics
Legal Aptitude
Easy– Moderate
Logical Reasoning
Easy– Moderate
155- 160+
  The highest score is likely to be 170 +, while the Top 100 ranks are likely to be in the score range of 152 to 155. IF you are getting 145 + you can expect to be among the top 200. To find the estimated ranks at different score click on “Rank Estimator”.
One of the easiest English sections of the recent past. The following types of questions were a part of the English Section
  • One Passage with 10 Questions.
  • Fill in the blanks with “Grammatically” correct options
  • Questions of Idioms, Spellings, Migratory Words
  • Vocab Based Questions
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
A pleasant surprise was that an event that happened as late as May 6, appeared in the exam. There were 35 Questions of Current Events and 15 Questions of General Awareness that were of the Static Type.
Elementary Mathematics
This was probably the section that has changed the most in terms of the level of difficulty. This section of the paper had 20 questions.There were a few questions that were “tricky”, which could have tempted the students in marking the wrong answers.
Legal Aptitude
There were 15 Questions of Legal Knowledge which were fairly easy. The rest were Legal Reasoning which did not have any “surprise” elements. There was absolutely no need for any prior legal knowledge to crack this section. Most of the questions had 2 choices which were definitely not the answers !! There was a good mix of Torts, Contracts, …and other types of Law questions.
Logical Reasoning
There were 23 questions of Verbal type and 17 questions that were “ Math / Analytical” Type There were questions of  the following types
  • Statement Assumption
  • Cause and Effect
  • Analogy
  • Odd Word Out
  • Syllogism
  • Llogical consistency
  • Truth and falsity
In Analytical Reasoning there were 17 Questions - Some in the form of Groups of 2 or 3. Otheres were singlets. The estimated cut-off for the top three law schools should be 145+. These estimates are for the first list released by the different Law Schools. This paper is very similar to the CLAT 2014 paper. Look at the LST, CLAT 2016 Analysis to get a sense of the CLAT 2014 ranks.

CLAT 2016 Answer key


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