Students can face difficulty while preparing for GLAT if they don’t have the right study material. As you already know that GLAT paper consists of four sections, namely English, Reasoning, General Knowledge and Legal Aptitude and Legal Awareness. Students must prepare for the exam with the right strategy and study material only to get the desired results. So, do not worry, we have got you covered. This blog contains all the information about the best books for GLAT. Candidates can refer to these books and prepare for the exam accordingly.
|Name of the Exam||Geeta Law Admission Test (GLAT)|
|Mode of Exam||Online/Offline|
|Duration of the exam||90 minutes|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Total Marks||100 Marks|
|Marking Scheme||Correct Answer: +1 mark
No negative marking
This Blog Includes:
Books for GLAT English
The English section of the GLAT exam consists of 20 questions and it carries a weightage of- 20 marks. Candidates must refer to any of the below-given books to prepare for the English section of the exam:
|Tips and Techniques in English for Competitive exams||Disha Experts|
|General English for All Competitive Examinations||Arihant|
|Essential English for Competitive Examination||Dr Rashmi Singh|
|English Grammar & Composition: very useful for all competitive examinations||Arihant|
|Word Power Made Easy||Norman Lewis|
Books for GLAT Reasoning
The GLAT Reasoning section is the one in which the student can score the maximum marks in the overall exam. The section can be easily solved with a little practice and the student’s right approach. We have found the best books for your GLAT Reasoning section, check out the list below:
|How to Crack the Test of Reasoning||Arihant|
|A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning||RS Aggarwal|
|Shortcuts in Reasoning for Competitive Exams||Disha Experts|
Books for GLAT Legal Aptitude and Legal Awareness
This section of the GLAT exam carries the maximum weightage, i.e. 30 marks. Students can prepare for legal aptitude and legal awareness by referring to the books mentioned below:
|Wiley’s ExamXpert Legal Awareness & Legal Reasoning (LA & LR) for CLAT & other Law Entrance Exams||Danish Hasnain
|Self Study Guide for LLB Entrance Examination 2020||Arihant Experts|
|Legal Aptitude & Reasoning for CLAT & AILET Exam||Disha Experts|
|Complete CLAT Companion & Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning Combo for CLAT & other Law Entrance Exams||AP Bhardwaj and Harsh Gagrani|
|Legal Awareness and Logical Reasoning for CLAT, SLAT, AILET 2022-2023||AP Bhardwaj|
|Legal GK-General Knowledge of Law for Competitive Examinations||Universal|
Books for GLAT General Knowledge and Current Affairs
This section of the exam has no fixed syllabus however, some common topics are asked in the exam. Students must stay updated on what’s happening in the world. The following books mentioned below can help you prepare for general knowledge and current affairs:
|Current Affairs Yearly||Arihant Experts|
|General Knowledge (Legal Current Affairs & Who’s Who)||RPH Editorial Board|
|Manorama Yearbook||Mammen Mathew|
|Pratiyogita Darpan||Pratiyogita Darpan|
|Lucent’s General Knowledge||Arihant|
So, here we conclude the blog. After reading this blog, students can prepare for the GLAT 2023 by using the best books.
Students should always purchase the latest edition of the book and always choose books published by popular authors. Read this blog to know the best books required for the preparation of GLAT.
Students can prepare for the GLAT Reasoning section by referring to books like “How to Crack Test of Reasoning” by Arihant. You can refer to the books by Disha Experts.
Students can refer to Current Affairs Yearly, Manorama Yearbook, Pratiyogita Darpan, and Lucent’s General Knowledge to prepare for GLAT’s GK section.
The GLAT exam is conducted in both online and offline modes. The question asked in the exam are multiple-choice questions.
The GLAT exam consists of 4 sections; English, Reasoning, Legal awareness and General Knowledge. English has a weightage of 20 marks, GK of 25 marks, Reasoning of 25 marks and Legal awareness of 30 marks.