Common-Law Admission Test popularly known as CLAT is the admission entrance exam for a five-year integrated course BA-LLB course in India.
Candidates must prepare a time plan keeping in mind the months left before the primary exam day. One year time plan is usually considered essential for strong preparation.
Taking tests is considered necessary; what is equally important is analyzing the mock scores to get knowledge of the weak areas that need attention.
Time management is also something that candidates should plan wisely. Candidates must know how many exact hours should be devoted to every section while preparing.
GK and current affairs are one of the most important sections of the exam, so to prepare for that a candidate must regularly go through the newspapers and editorials to keep in touch with everything that’s happening around.
Revising the syllabus two months before the exam is of utmost importance, the last two months should be devoted to revising all the areas covered.