Everything You Want To Know About REVA CLAT
In this article, we have dealt with all the important questions that students usually ask about REVA CLAT – the exam pattern, the questions, the syllabus, the marks, the time for the exam, the type of questions etc. Read on!
REVA CLAT Overview
REVA CLAT (REVA University Common Law Admission Test) is conducted by the REVA University for admission of the candidates into undergraduated and five-year Integrated LLB programmes offered by the university. Admission of the candidates will be on the basis of score of CLAT, LSAT India or university’s own entrance exam REVA CLAT.
Eligibility for REVA CLAT
Candidates must have passed qualifying exam of 10+2 standard from CBSE or any state or equivalent Board or foreign University Candidates must have obtained minimum 45% marks in aggregate of all subjects (40% marks in case of SC/ST candidates) Candidates not appearing in REVA CLAT must have appeared and hold a valid score of CLAT or LSAT India.
Exam Pattern of REVA CLAT
REVA CLAT exam pattern mainly contains objective-type multiple choice questions and one or two subjective questions. There is no set exam pattern for REVA CLAT . However syllabus and pattern will be somehow similar to the other Law Entrance exams like CLAT or LSAT. Candidates can refer the prescribed syllabus for CLAT / LSAT which is as follows:
- English Vocabulary Grammar Reading Comprehension Inference-based questions Synonyms Antonyms Word Usage Foreign Words/Phrase Para Jumbles
- GK and Current Affairs International events UN bodies Major developments in the areas of sports, geopolitics and important environmental agreements Current affairs Eminent personalities Sports Awards and honours
- Legal Aptitude Torts Vicarious Liability Strict Liability Law of Crimes Contracts and Constitutional Law International Law Intellectual Property Rights Legal Awareness covering Constitutional Law and Polity
- Reasoning Series Blood Relations Directions Critical Reasoning Syllogism Analogy.
- Mathematics In this section, candidate’s knowledge on elementary Mathematics, that is, Maths taught up to Class X will be tested. Aspirants are especially advised to study the “Number System” thoroughly.”