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1 year course - Program features:

  • Upto 400 hours of Live Online Sessions Covering English Language, Current Affairs, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Techniques
  • 20+ Full Length Mocks
  • 5 Classes Per Week
  • All Law Entrance Exams are covered
  • Doubt Clearing On Telegram and Live Doubt Sessions
  • Small Batch Size


CLAT preparation requires a lot of hard work and a consistent approach, hence it is obvious to get overwhelmed during your CLAT preparation journey. But you don’t need to worry, we have you covered. Experts at CL-LST have shared topper-proof tips that many CLAT takers have followed to ensure they get into the college of their dreams.

Topper-Proof CLAT Preparation tips by LST Experts

In discovering the perfect answer to "How to prepare for CLAT", let's start with some preparation tips by our CLAT experts:

  • Prepare a monthly and weekly timetable and have the syllabus handy.
  • Make sure to cover all the topics and concepts right on time and revise them at frequent intervals.
  • Write mock tests and practice tests frequently and analyze the tests taken to recognize the weak areas, and work towards improving them.
  • Do not make assumptions while attempting the questions in actual CLAT as for every incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted.
  • Crack CLAT with our Study Plan curated by NLU Alums

CLAT: Exam Syllabus

It is crucial for you to know the CLAT exam syllabus to align your CLAT preparation accordingly. The exam syllabus works as a blueprint and will guide your CLAT preparation.

Sections Topics
English Comprehension passages, Grammar, word meanings, incorrect/correct sentences
Mathematics Algebra, profit and loss, time and work, average, speed and distance, permutation-combination and Venn diagrams, statistical estimation, Mensuration
General Knowledge & Current Affairs Static general knowledge including History, Polity, Geography, Environment, etc.
Current affairs- national of national and international importance, sports, new appointments, awards, honors, etc.
Logical Reasoning Logical and Analytical reasoning skills
Legal Aptitude Study of law, Research aptitude, Problem-solving ability, Questions based on hypothetical situations, Important court decisions

CLAT: Preparation Plan

#1 Know the marking scheme

It is imperative that you know the marking scheme. You should know which section would be the most suitable one for you to fetch the marks needed to crack CLAT.

#2 Build Strong Conceptual Understanding

For an exam as demanding as CLAT, you need to have a strong conceptual understanding. Brush up your basics and revise important concepts frequently to develop a good hold over concepts asked in CLAT.

# 3 Practice and analyze

Once the fundamentals are clear, it is important to write the practice test on the very same day for reinforcement of the concept. It will strengthen your conceptual understanding and allow you to assess your weak areas.

CLAT: Section-wise Preparation Tips

For this section, Practice! Practice! and practice! The more you practice, the more equipped you are. Revision of areas you are weak in helps too. These techniques will help you in building accuracy and keeping up with the time-bound exam.

General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Awareness plays a key role in this section. One must make his/ her habit of reading newspapers and watching the news daily. Basic knowledge of history, geography and science will be preferred as a great advantage. Free news portals including the Hindu is a sufficient source for current affairs.

Legal Reasoning
To ace CLAT, you must focus specifically on static and current legal issues, landmark judgments, and important cases from the last year. It helps significantly in understanding the passages faster. Read about all the new amendments and enactments done in both monsoon and winter sessions of the parliament along with recent contemporary issues. There might be questions on cases where you are not left with enough time to read and understand the passage. Having prior knowledge in such instances is of great help. Work on vocabulary comprising legal jargon, legal terms, foreign phrases, and maxims. Lookup for a term if you do not understand the meaning, and read it repeatedly.

English Language
For this part, it is necessary to read as much as possible. Reading the newspaper and practising comprehension passages will increase your answering speed. Solve the previous year's question papers. Take online mock tests and check your performance.

Books for CLAT preparation
In order to prepare for any exam, books are the most reliable source. A plethora of books are available in the market for CLAT preparation. The Consortium also publishes various preparatory materials for the UG-CLAT, including Guides to the question paper and sample questions;
Model question papers; and
Instructional materials and exercises for each of the subjects that the UG-CLAT comprises.
In addition to these, we have suggested section-wise books that will make your CLAT preparation journey easier.

Section-wise booklist for CLAT preparation

English Language High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren & Martin
English is Easy by Chetananand Singh
Objective General English by RS Aggarwal
Barron's Pocket Guide to Vocabulary
Legal reasoning Universal's CLAT Guide
Legal Awareness and Legal Aptitude by AP Bhardwaj
LexisNexis Butterworths
Bare Acts of Indian Constitution
Mathematics Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal
Class 10th NCERT Textbook
Logical reasoning Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
Analytical and Logical Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal
General Knowledge & Current Affairs Pearson General Knowledge Manual
Lucent’s General Knowledge
Manorama Year Book
India Year Book
Competition Success Review
The Hindu Newspaper