The CLAT 2019 Exam on Sunday 26 May 19 from 3 pm to 5 pm.  


S.N. Sections Number of questions Maximum Marks
1 English including Reading Comprehension 40 40
2. General Knowledge and Current affairs 50 50
3. Elimentry Mathematics (Numerical ability) 20 20
4. Legal Aptitude 50 50
5. Logical Reasoning 40 40
Total number of Questions 200
Total time for Test  2: 00 Hours.

All 200 questions are MCQ format.
Each right answer will carry 1 mark.
There is negative marking .25 mark for each wrong answers.

CLAT 19 (Analysis)

This section comprised of 10 questions on Reading Comprehension, 5 questions each on Parajumbles, Mis-spelt words, Idioms and Foreign Word and 10 Grammar based questions on Sentence Correction. The questions were largely straightforward and didn't really bother the aspirants. Good number of attempts: 30+
Logical Reasoning:
This section comprised of 3 Puzzle based questions as well as questions on Blood Relations, Number Series, Coding Decoding, Odd One Out, Analogies etc. Their were no questions on Critical Reasoning and the section solely comprised on Analytical Reasoning questions. Good number of attempts: 30+.
Legal Aptitude:
There were no Legal Knowledge questions asked in CLAT 2019 and all questions were of Legal Reasoning. Unsurprisingly, pretty much all the questions seemed familiar to the aspirants as they were largely on lines of Previous Years' CLAT and AILET questions. Students who had done these thoroughly would get a huge advantage in the Legal Aptitude section. Legal Reasoning questions were asked from Contracts, Torts and Criminal Law and there were a few questions on Miscellaneous Laws as well. Good number of attempts: 42+ 
General Knowledge:
All but one questions of this year's GK section were from Current Affairs and there was just one question from Modern History. The Current Affairs questions were from Science and Tech, Economy, Sports, Books and Authors, Polity etc. The questions were fairly straightforward and anyone reading from MonthLE or following any of the famous GK websites would not have any issues in acing this section. Furthermore, most of the questions were from the Current Affairs of the last 4 months. Good number of attempts: 38-40 
This section comprised of 2-3 questions from a lot of topics, including Time Speed and Distance, Time & Work, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Ratio, Mixtures and Allegations, Calender etc. Unlike the Mathematics section of last few years (barring 2016), this section was very much doable even for the ones weak in Mathematics. Good number of attempts: 14-15.
Overall, the paper can be termed as as Easy with some topics being Easy to Moderate but not more. 


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