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Early preparation key to get the perfect CLAT score

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

By Amandeep Rajgotra, National Product Head, LAW & Vikrant Bahl, National Academic Head, PRATHAM

For a very long time now, both Law and Management courses have gained huge popularity. The reason which makes them a favorite choice for students is primarily that the courses are neutral to all the streams either engineering or humanities. Secondly, they have huge scope in terms of career and respect in the society. However, it also demands a lot of focus for preparation along with determination and perseverance to crack the beast like entrance exams of the reputed colleges and universities.

Majority of commerce and humanities students are the ones who prefer to ride this journey of preparation for the entrances, be it BMS DU Entrance Exam or All India Law Entrance Examination (CLAT) lightly and end up losing the chance of getting into their dream college due to lack of focus and poor time-management skills.

Both these courses have a variety of career opportunities like paralegal, detective, litigators, lawyers, judicial services, social work and working on management level posts in MNCs, banks and also starting one’s own business respectively. Students and parents both understand how important the foundational step of clearing the entrance exam is,  and parents need to decide whether they want their child to have fun now and struggle later when the focus shifts to board class in order to score a good percentage for a good college.

Hence, the pre requisite hard work required to crack the exam is well evident. Studying at the 11th hour is never a fruitful exercise and it will not fetch the students much benefit, but if they make it a regular routine to prepare for a paper with a disciplined outlook, they are sure to achieve their goals. It’s always good to have a path and vision from an early age.

Preparing for law entrance exams is is no rocket science and to understand how, it is always better to start the preparation a year before than, rather than to have last minute stress. Syllabus procrastinated to the last minute creates anxiety and confusion for students that leads to demeaning the confidence of students appearing for competitive entrance exams, hence it is very important to start the preparation well on time. In the initial stage, the syllabus looks humongous but when segregated and planned perfectly it becomes much easier. Like it is said, consistent efforts always tend to make you more confident. Preparing for such exams require at least a few hours of practice every day to crack the entrance exams, an addition to a busy schedule.

New Amendments in CLAT 2019-
Here is the new change in the CLAT, 2019 which is national law entrance exam to enroll into the best law colleges and universities is now offline. The major sections in the paper are General Knowledge, Current Affairs, English, Logical Reasoning and, Mathematics.

The dream destination for most of the law aspirants for example IIM Indore and many other prestigious colleges and universities having entrance test that comprises of three stages that are first Aptitude test consists of Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability. Second is writing ability test and third is Personal Interview.

Hence, it is essential to be very well equipped with all of these topics in order to get an admission, and one of the keys to crack these examination is not only to know multiple things but also to manage time simultaneously.

The difficulty level of an entrance exam seems to increase because as a student we lack:
a)    Time Management: It becomes very important for a student to focus on class 12th boards and to prepare for entrance examinations. It becomes essential for the student to strike out a balance between the two exams, as one is important for you to get an admission based on marks and the other gets you a chance to study in a premier academic institution through an entrance examination.

b)    Practice: It is important for students to spare time to put their efforts in keeping pace with constant practice. This will not only make them well versed with the pattern of competitive exams but also will help them to have a cutting edge over others. So, preparing young minds early can prove extremely beneficial for students.

As an aspirant, students should know their pain points like vocabulary, which cannot be mastered overnight and requires constant effort. Improving calculations by using techniques like vedic math can be used to do faster calculations.

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