CLAT 2015 Expected Cut off and Exam Analysis – Exam Analysis Forecast of CLAT 2015, Predict Cut off, CLAT 2015 Predicted Cut off, CLAT 2015 Expected Result Date
For Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2015 student want to admission in the various Law Universities in the Country under Memorandum of Understandings (MoU). An entrance test is conducted to provide a list of candidates on the basis of ‘merit-cum-preference’ to each University for admission to their UG/PG programs, as per the qualifications, reservation and other conditions laid down under the respective Statutes of the participating Universities. The CLAT examination held for the LLB examination. The LLB examination Test every year held by all 16 affiliated universities in their examination centers the all universities have their different different working style for the LLB
Given below is the section-wise breakup of the paper:
Section No. of Questions Expected Attempts Expected Score Level of Difficulty
English 40 33-35 30-32 Easy
G.K./ Current Affairs 50 37-40 30-32 Easy – Moderate
Elementary Mathematics 20 15-17 13-15 Moderate
Logical Reasoning 40 34-36 30-32 Easy
Legal Aptitude 50 42-45 33-35 Easy-Moderate
Total 200 161-173 136-146 Easy-Moderate
Expected Cut Off for CLAT 2015
Categories Cut offs
Scheduled Caste (SC) 79-85
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 75-80
Persons with Disability (PWD) 78-88
Kashmiri Migrants (KM) 89-95
CLAT 2015 Expected Cut and Exam Analysis Important Pointers
- The Paper was relatively tougher than last year’s paper.
- The difficulty level was high primarily because of the non-familiar questions, in comparison to past year papers of CLAT
- Cut OFF likely to go slightly lower for top 3 NLUs.
- Cut off likely to go down by a big margin for the bottom 5 NLUs.
- For rest of the eight NLUs, the Cut Off will go down moderately.
- One LR question has two same choices.
- There were technical problems with some of the students at certain centers.
- Calling CLAT aspirants to the centers two hours before the scheduled time, was of no use.
CLAT 2015 Exam Analysis
There was one Reading Comprehension passage (450-500 words), followed by 10 questions, which was rather easy. There were 5 questions on Idioms and Phrases which the students could have found slightly tricky. About 3-4 questions on Para-Jumbles also appeared. Then, there were 4-5 questions on Legal Maxims which could have troubled the students. There were about 4-5 questions on Fill in the Blanks which were mostly grammar based (preposition and tenses). 4-5 questions of spellings also featured which were easy.
The entire section was dominated by Analytical Reasoning. Questions from Arrangements, Directions, Blood Relations, Series and Syllogisms appeared in section. Verbal Reasoning was mostly absent with only a couple of questions from premises and conclusions that appeared in the section. Questions such as Statement Argument, Statement Assumption, etc.
This section of the paper had 20 questions. Most of the questions were straightforward and required application of the basic concepts to arrive at the correct answer. This section was mainly focused on questions from Arithmetic followed by Algebra and Number System. A few questions from Probability, including those on Conditional Probability, also featured in this section. Overall, the level of difficulty of this section was fairly easy.
It had a healthy mix of Current Affairs and Static General Knowledge questions, with slightly more number of questions concerning Current Affairs. There were about 5-6 questions from History which were a little tough. Questions testing knowledge of Personalities, Economy, and International Organizations constituted the rest of the section. A good attempt in this section would be about 37-40 questions.
The questions, basically based on legal principles, were primarily from areas such as Contracts, Torts, Constitutional Law and Criminal Law. There were no questions from fringe subject areas such as Intellectual Property and International Law. About 3-4 questions from Hindu Law were also asked. CL students would not have faced any problems due to their familiarity with the material and mocks. Most of the questions were easy and direct, however, they were reported to be a bit lengthy and time consuming.
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