CLAT 2023: All you need to know

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The Consortium of National Law Universities has released an official notification along with the registration form for CLAT 2023 today, August 08, 2022.

The CLAT 2023 application form is available at the official website –

The last date to fill the CLAT application form 2023 is November 13, 2022.

The CLAT 2023 will be conducted on December 18, 2022, in offline mode. This is for the first time that the Common Law Admission Test or CLAT will be as early as December instead of its usual time, i.e., the first week of May.

CLAT Important dates 2023

EventDates for CLAT 2023
Release of admission notificationJuly 15, 2022
Opening of CLAT 2023 application formAugust 08, 2022
Release of first sample question setSeptember 2022
Release of second sample question setOctober 14, 2022
Last date to submit application formNovember 13, 2022
Last date to submit fee and edit application formNovember 2022
Release of admit cardNovember 2022
CLAT 2022 exam dateDecember 18, 2022 (Announced)
Release of provisional answer keyDecember 19, 2022
Release of final answer keyFourth week of December 2022
Declaration of resultsFourth week of December 2022
Commencement of counsellingJanuary 2022

CLAT 2023 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who want to appear in CLAT 2023, must meet the eligibility criteria. Candidates who are not eligible for admission to integrated LLB programmes offered by NLUs will not be considered for admission even if they pass the examination. Therefore, it becomes mandatory for the candidates to fulfil the CLAT eligibility criteria.

CLAT Syllabus 2023

Candidates preparing for CLAT 2023 should refer to its syllabus to know about the subjects from which questions will be asked in the examination. Referring to the syllabus of CLAT 2023 will clear all ambiguity regarding the book selection, important topics and test structure. Therefore, candidates should keep referring to the official syllabus during their preparation. The CLAT syllabus covers five subjects, these are – English, general knowledge and current affairs, elementary maths, legal aptitude, and logical reasoning. The subject-wise distribution of marks for CLAT 2023 is given below.

CLAT syllabus 2023 and subject-wise distribution of marks

Subject/topicsNumber of questionsPercentage weightage
English Language28-32 questions20%
Current Affairs, including General Knowledge35-39 questions25%
Legal Reasoning35-39 questions25%
Logical Reasoning28-32 questions20%
Quantitative Techniques13-17 questions10%

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