Common-Law Admission Test (CLAT) is an entrance exam that serves as the gateway to 19 coveted National Law Schools of India. CLAT is like IIT-JEE for all those students who want to pursue their career as a lawyer. It is an examination that is given after class 12th with 45% required to take this entrance.

CLAT examination goes on for 2 hours. It consists of multiple-choice questions under five sections. You can get an overview of the syllabus structure below:

  • English grammar and comprehension
  • General knowledge and current affairs
  • Elementary Mathematics
  • Legal aptitude
  • Logical reasoning
At Tapasya complete coaching will be given while perusing your Intermediate. By the time a student clears his Intermediate 2nd year and he/she is ready for the CLAT entrance test.


1. Question: What is CLAT?

Answer: Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the most coveted of all the law entrances in India after Class XII. CLAT journey started in 2008 and today more than 55,000 students write the entrance every year to secure a seat in one of the participating National Law University including NLSIU Bangalore-the Harvard of the East. CLAT is conducted every year to select students for 22 National Law Universities in India, other than National Law University-Delhi, which has their process to select the students.
CLAT is held by the Consortium of National Law Universities headed by NLSIU. The exam is tentatively scheduled to be held in the second week of May. The exam is held for admissions in UG and PG programs offered by the National Law Universities.

2. Question: How can I apply for CLAT 2020?

Answer: You will have to fill the CLAT application form 2020, which will be available online from January 1 to March 31, 2020.

3. Question: When will the Common Law Admission Test be conducted?

Answer: CLAT 2020 will be conducted online on May 12, which is the second Sunday of May month.

4. Question: What is the examination mode of CLAT 2020?

Answer: The Common Law Admission Test mode is way back to an offline pattern after being administered online for the last four years. CLAT 2020 will be a paper-pen based test administered by CLAT Consortium.

5. Question: Won't this year's CLAT be held in Computer-Based mode/online?

Answer: No, the CLAT 2020 will not be conducted in online or computer-based mode.

6. Question: Has CLAT eligibility criteria changed?

Answer: No, the CLAT eligibility criteria were changed two years ago following the Supreme Court order on BCI's age cap which made it clear that candidates irrespective of their age can apply for CLAT.


Civil Services Aptitude Test, a compulsory part of Civil Services Examination, that act as a screening test to Civil Services Main Examination Conducted annually by Union Public Service Commission of India. It is also known as Civil Services Preliminary Examination.

Every year the examination will be held by UPSC for posts like ISA, IFS, IPS, IAAS, etc. CSAT involves Quantitative, Logical Reasoning, Decision making, Mental ability, etc. Tapasya will help a student to gain knowledge while pursuing Intermediate and Degree. That really will motivate a student and builds up the confidant levels in him/her by the time they graduate and will be ready to face the exam.


1. Question: What is C-SAT?

Answer: Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) is conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) every year to select candidates for the Civil Services Main Exam. Those who pass the Mains Exam and Interview can join prestigious Indian government services such as IAS, IPS, etc.

2. Question: How can I apply for UPSC?

Answer: Candidates can fill the civil services application form in online mode only at the official website:

3. Question: How many attempts are permissible?

Answer: Maximum of 4 attempts for general category, maximum of 7 attempts for OBC category, and no restriction for SC/ST category, except age limit.

4. Question: Is the preliminary exam Subjective or Objective?

Answer: The preliminary examination is Objective type. You will see multiple-choice questions in the exam.

5. Question: Is there any negative marking for the exam?

Answer: Yes, there is negative marking. For every wrong answer you marked, 1/3rd of the question's marks are deducted from your score.

6. Question: Can we write different papers of Civil Services (Main) Examination in different languages?

Answer: No, candidates have the option to write their answers either in English or in any one of the Eight Scheduled Languages but must use the same language for all the papers.

7. Question: What are the optional subjects for the Mains?

Answer: There are a total of 25 Optional Subjects available for the Mains Examination. A candidate has to choose two from them.

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