Last 2 months preparation plan for CLAT 2020 – CLAT 2020 (Common Law Admission Test) is an aptitude test which is conducted by the NLUs. Candidates can check the preparation strategies for CLAT 2020 from this page. CLAT preparation includes making a schedule, practicing mock tests and previous year question papers, purchasing good study material so on and so forth. With the proper preparation techniques, you can qualify CLAT 2020. Make sure before starting with the preparation, you are aware of the marking scheme of CLAT 2020. Check the preparation plan for last 2 months preparation plan for CLAT 2020 given here.
Last 2 Months Preparation Plan for CLAT 2020
In the first month, the candidates must start with checking the syllabus for CLAT and prepare a time table to cover those topics.
- Make sure you have checked the topics carefully and have covered all concepts.
- Do not start anything from scratch, this is the time for revision and practice only.
- Revision and practice and then revision and practice must be the cycle that you follow.
- Mock tests must be taken one each day from this month.
For the second month, keep your notes ready.
- It is the responsibility of the test-takers to solve the previous year question papers and increase their speed and accuracy of solving questions.
- Mock test series must be completed daily in the last month.
- Newspapers must be read daily and to stay up to date with the latest affairs.
Subject Wise Last 2 Months Preparation Plan for CLAT 2020
Check subjects wise preparation tips for Common Law Admission Test given below.
- For reading comprehension, make sure to read as much as you can. Read the news papers daily and learn new words.
- Try reading essays from the books and practice the comprehension passages.
- For preparing for this section, you can take help of two sources only. Start with “Word power made easy by Norman Lewis”. You can do 2 topics a day and revise them and move onto next. Then when you’re done with it, there is a list of GRE 110 frequent vocabulary words, start with those. You’ll find just 55–60 or fewer words that you need to learn. After having done these, just in case if you feel, move to GRE list 333 and 888 words.
- Practice at least 5–10 questions a day daily till the exam date.
- For this section, you can prepare for Mocks and CAT Verbal modules.
- From this time onwards, you should do at least 07 chapters. When you will finish with these 07 chapters and take up the mock test, you will see the improvement. But you should study these 7 chapters with all your heart and dedicatedly.
- For time and work, you can watch Dinesh Miglani tutorials, they are good if you are just starting CLAT preparation.
- For Number systems, you can take help from the youtube video “takshzila shikshak”.
- Practice SI and CI questions as the most predictable questions are asked from here.
- Do not leave Profit and Loss as it is equally important.
- Study from Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal. Ths is the best book which will help you in 02 months.
- You can also practice online at IndiaBix. It is user-friendly, has formulas and explains answers to every question. You can go through it once and if you are comfortable with it, go ahead or else Books are always there to help you.
- Since you are at this crucial time, follow practicing these topics for Analytical section first:
- Puzzles – Solve atleast 10 a day.
- Analogies – Solve atleast 10-15 a day.
- Blood relations – Get your concepts clear and start practicing 20–30 questions a day.
- Mathematical Reasoning
- For the verbal part, study from MK Pandey, as it has chapter wise explanation on the topics. However, you will see similar questions of verbal in both RS Aggarwal and MK Pandey. So, you can either buy both or choose between either of the two books.
- It is a must that you should practice 50 questions daily until the exam day.
- CL’s modules will be enough to learn the approach towards the questions.
- Solve the previous year’s question papers at least twice.
- After that you have completed this part, you can also take online mock tests and check your performance. If you score above 35 in the mock tests in this section then you can do fairly well in the entrance test also.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
- Do not neglect this section as it is the most scoring part and the GS section alone covers ¼ of the paper.
- The Hindu will be enough and try to utilise all the free portal which provides current affairs. However, on these online portals check if they the GK section is CLAT oriented or not as their main focus is on BANK, SSC etc.
- One must make his/ her habit of reading newspapers and watching news on a daily basis. A basic knowledge of History, Geography and Science will be preferred as a great advantage.
- Follow the given websites or portals, which will help you to prepare for this section:
- (GK-today) Daily updates plus quizzes
- Affairs cloud
- Studying from youtube channel, gk videos
CLAT 2020 Exam Pattern
Check the exam pattern given below for Common Law Admission Test 2020.
Exam pattern for UG admission
- Duration: 2 hours
- Total no. of questions: 150
- Nature of questions: Objective type (multiple – choice questions)
- Marking scheme: For the correct answers, +1 marks are awarded. For the wrong answers, -0.25 marks are deducted.
|English language||Logical reasoning|
|Legal reasoning||Quantitative techniques|
|Current affairs including general|
Exam pattern for PG admission
- Duration: 2 hours
- Type of questions: Multiple choice questions and subjective type questions
- Total no. of questions: 100 MCQ and 50 subjective type questions
- Maximum marks: 150
- 2 essay type questions of 25 marks each
- 100 multiple choice questions of 1 mark each
- -0.25 for the wrong answers
CLAT 2020 Syllabus
Check the syllabus of undergraduate and post – graduate courses from the information provided below.
CLAT 2020 Mock Test
Check the mock test links given below for the preparation of CLAT 2020.
|Clat (English)||Click Here|
|Clat (GK & Current Affairs)||Click Here|
|Clat (Math)||Click Here|
|Clat (Logical Reasoning)||Click Here|
|Clat (Legal Aptitude)||Click Here|
Books Recommended by Toppers and Expert for CLAT
Check the books recommended for CLAT 2020 given below.
|Name of the Book||Buy Here|
|English is Easy by Chetananand Singh||Click Here|
|Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis||Click Here|
|Butterworths Lexis Nexis||Click Here|
|Analytical Reasoning by M. K.Pandey||Click Here|
|Objective Arithmetic by R.S. Aggarwal||Click Here|
|Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal||Click Here|
|Analytical and Logical Reasoning by AK Gupta||Click Here|
|Universal’s LLB Entrance Guide||Click Here|
Some Basic CLAT 2020 Preparation Tips
Check the preparation tips given below for CLAT 2020.
- Be wise enough to pick good books to prepare. Make sure the books you purchase have the concepts clearly stated in them.
- Stick the schedule till a day before the examination which you have prepared before starting with the preparation.
- Try to find the sample papers and previous year question papers to see what are the questions that have been repeating and what have been the difficulty level of the questions.
- It is to be noted to make reading a habit as this will help you to do the passages in a better way,
- Be aware of what is happening around the world. Read current affairs before the examination.
- Revise every topic till a day before the examination.
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