CLAT Exam 2025: Dates, Syllabus, Registration, and Preparation Guide

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The CLAT 2024 syllabus and pattern were officially released on July 1 by the Consortium of National Law Universities. The CLAT 2024 syllabus is similar to the CLAT 2023 syllabus. However, only for CLAT UG has the total number of questions reduced from 150 to 120. The CLAT exam duration will be two hours. The CLAT LLM course has not changed for postgraduate students. There will be 120 questions on various topics of law.


The CLAT test study material must be thoroughly studied before beginning your preparation. Keep an eye on the test topics you want to study for, especially the topics separated down by section. More often than not, the study programme is constantly being modified, sometimes in significant ways.


CLAT UG Syllabus is divided into five sections given below-


• Section I: English language
• Section II: Current affairs including general knowledge
• Section III: Legal reasoning 
• Section IV: Logical reasoning  
• Section V: Quantitative techniques





Number of Questions


Weightage (%)


Current Affairs, including GK



25 %





20 %


Logical Reasoning



20 %


Quantitative Techniques



10 %


Legal Reasoning



25 %







CLAT 2024 English syllabus


The CLAT Exam English Syllabus has topics that test your proficiency with grammar and vocabulary. The passages in this section each include at least 450 words. These passages are based on a large body of fictional and non-fiction work that has both contemporary and historical value. A few objective questions are asked after each of these sections.


There are 3 main divisions of the CLAT 2024 English Syllabus: Vocabulary/language mistakes; proficiency, and usage issues.

Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your comprehension and language skills, including your abilities to: 


•Read and comprehend the main point discussed in the passage, as well as any arguments and viewpoints discussed or set out in the passage;
•Draw inferences and conclusions based on the passage;
•Summarise the passage;
•Compare and contrast the different arguments or viewpoints set out in the passage; and
•Understand the meaning of various words and phrases in the context that they are used in the passage.


CLAT 2024 Current Affairs Including General Knowledge Syllabus


Again, this section has paragraphs with a maximum word count of 450. These quotations are from academic texts, articles, and journalistic sources. Despite the topic's looking simple, you need a solid CLAT GK preparation strategy if you want to ace this part. The questions focus on the legal facts or subjects included in the paragraph while still being linked to the material. The paragraph itself may not require any further legal knowledge to answer the questions.


Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate your awareness of various aspects of current affairs and general knowledge, including: 


•Contemporary events of significance from India and the world;
•Arts and culture;
•International affairs; and 
•Historical events of continuing significance.


CLAT 2024 Legal Reasoning Syllabus


This section has 450 words total over its sections. These sections will be based on actual events or circumstances requiring inquiries into moral theory, societal problems, or legal resolutions.


Each passage would be followed by a series of questions that will require you to: 


•Identify and infer the rules and principles set out in the passage;
•Apply such rules and principles to various fact situations; and
•Understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter their application to various fact situations. 


CLAT 2024 Logical Reasoning Syllabus


The passages in the CLAT UG Logical Reasoning section average 450 words. One or more objective-type questions will follow these short passages and ask you to:


•Recognise an argument, its premises and conclusions;
•Read and identify the arguments set out in the passage;
•Critically analyse patterns of reasoning, and assess how conclusions may depend on particular premises or evidence, and how conclusions may be strengthened or weakened as a consequence of an alteration in premises or supporting facts;
•Infer what follows from the passage and apply these inferences to new situations;
•Draw relationships and analogies, identify contradictions and equivalence, and assess the effectiveness of arguments.


CLAT 2024 Quantitative Techniques Syllabus


The Quantitative Techniques section of the UG-CLAT 2024 will include short sets of facts or propositions, or other textual representations of numerical information, followed by a series of questions. You will be required to derive information from the passages or questions, and apply mathematical operations on such information. 


The questions will require you to: 


•Derive, infer, and manipulate numerical information set out in such passages; and
•Apply various 10th standard mathematical operations on such information, including from areas such as ratios and proportions, basic algebra, mensuration and statistical estimation.




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