# How to Crack CLAT 2017 in One Month?

Is it possible to crack CLAT 2017 in just one month? Yes, definitely anybody can crack CLAT 2017 in one month by brushing up their concepts properly. CLAT 2017 will be held online on May 14, where candidates will have to answer a total of 200 questions from as many as five sections–English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning.

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CLAT has two pillars i.e. strategy and practice, the more you practice the more you speed up. Now about the strategy it plays the vital role in preparation of any exam, if you make the strategy then you find the direction in which you have to work hard. Exam of CLAT is not tough but its competition is tough and to overcome that competition you have to make strategy and then practice it accordingly.

The tips given here will teach you the exam pattern of CLAT and the way to attempt it. CLAT 2017 will be conducted online and it’s a test of 200 marks including positive and negative marking, you have to try to score good in order to gain the place from leading law Institutes/Universities.

## Section-Wise Syllabus of CLAT UG

 S.No. Sections Important topics according to CLAT Syllabus 1. English (with Comprehension) Comprehension passages and grammar, Vocabulary, Fill in the Blanks, Correcting sentences, etc. 2. General Knowledge & Current Affairs Static General Knowledge, Current Affairs 3. Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) Number System, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Height and Distance, Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, etc. 4. Legal Aptitude Legal propositions 5. Logical Reasoning Syllogism, Logical sequences, Analogies, Blood relation, etc.

## Preparation Tips to Crack CLAT 2017

• If you really want to crack the CLAT then you have to spend more and more time on preparation now, when you put extraordinary effort then you are capable of scoring good marks.
• Divide you time according to the subject and keep it in your mind that how much time you will give to each subject in your exam.
• If you attempting CLAT for the first time, get the proper guidance either from those who are in this field or from online readings.
• All the subjects of CLAT cannot be mastered in just one month, but there are some subjects i.e. current affair, logical reasoning and legal aptitude on which you can devote about 60%.
• For current affair read year book, newspaper, there are so many online apps for current affair and current affair quiz. Most of the legal aptitude (this section will test your legal reasoning not legal knowledge) questions are being repeated year by year so don’t forget to go through the previous year papers

• As far as Mathematics is concerned, browse through previous year papers and try to find out the section with most number of questions. For mathematics you need to practice more on concepts, prepare a list of some sections and then practice their questions.
• For English – Just like other exams CLAT too has a word pool but you need to enrich your vocabulary as well as practice comprehensions. Some topics are being repeated regularly just figure out those and make your own grammatical chart on them.
• The most important tip is, attempt CLAT Mock Test online Mock help you streamline your preparation by identifying your weakness and and also help to recognize whether you have improved or not. Anyone appearing for the CLAT should attempt atleast 15 mock test in last month.

## Subject-wise distribution of Questions and Marks for CLAT UG

 Subjects Number of questions Marks Elementary Mathematics with Numerical Ability 20 20 English including Comprehension 40 40 General Knowledge and Current Affairs 50 50 Legal Aptitude 50 50 Logical Reasoning 40 40

## Subject-wise distribution of Questions and Marks for CLAT PG

 Subjects Number of questions Marks Constitutional Law 50 50 Jurisprudence 50 50 Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, Family Law, Property Law, Intellectual Property Law, etc 50 50