CLAT Admit Card 2020

CLAT Admit Card 2020: The conducting National Law University (NLU) will be issuing the CLAT 2020 admit card online. A link to access the CLAT hall ticket will be provided in this article for the convenience of candidates. Details about the candidate, examination, and test center will be mentioned on the CLAT hall ticket.

Important Dates

Release Admit Card on April 2020
Exam Date May 2020
Answer Key released May 2020
Announcement of Result May 2020
Counselling Commence June 2020
Closure of Admission July 2020

CLAT Admit Card 2020 Details

  • The admit card will be available for download on the official website of CLAT as well as on the website of conducting NLU.
  • Candidates must bring their admit card along with an identity proof on the examination day.
  • ID proof can be one of Aadhar Card / Passport / Voter ID / Driving license
  • Candidate will not be allowed to give exam, without the admit card.

Steps to download CLAT Admit Card 2020

  • Logon to the official website of CLAT & search for a link CLAT Admit Card 2020.
  • Once you get the link, click on this link.
  • Now enter your valid Email ID & Password that was entered during registration.
  • Now you can download the CLAT admit card for future reference.

Details in CLAT Admit Card 2020

  • Name of the candidate
  • Roll no.
  • Date of birth
  • Exam date & timings
  • Photograph & signature of the candidate
  • Instructions to be followed during examination

Documents required on the exam day

  • CLAT Admit Card 2020.
  • A valid ID proof which could be anything like Aadhaar card/passport/voter ID/Driving License etc.
  • Admit card and ID proof would be scrutinized by the invigilator at the entrance of the exam center.
  • Don’t forget to bring these required documents, otherwise the examiner will not permit you to enter the examination hall and appear for the exam.

Exam Pattern

For CLAT UG Course

  • The LL.B course will be conducted in an online mode.
  • Course Name: All the integrated UG law courses
  • Exam Medium: English
  • Exam Mode: Online (CBT- Computer Based Test)
  • Question Type: Objective Type (MCQs)
  • Exam Duration: 2 hours (120 minutes)
  • Each question carries one mark and there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer.
Subjects Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Logical Reasoning 40 Questions 40 Marks
Legal Aptitude 50 Questions 50 Marks
Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) 20 Questions 20 Marks
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 50 Questions 50 Marks
English including Comprehension 40 Questions 40 Marks
Total 200 Questions 200 Marks

For CLAT PG Courses

  • Course Name: LL.M
  • Question Type: Objective Type (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online (CBT- Computer Based Test)
  • Exam Duration: 2 hours (120 minutes)
  • Exam Medium: English
Subjects No. Of Questions Max Marks
Constitutional Law 50 50
Jurisprudence 50 50
Rest of the topics like Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR etc. 50 50
Total 150 Questions 150 Marks

Marking Scheme for both UG and PG courses

Maximum score 200 points
Correct answer +1 per answer
Incorrect answer -0.25 per answer
Un-attempted question no score


The Syllabus for UG course will cover topics from

  • Mathematics (up to 10th class)
  • English including Comprehension
  • General Knowledge
  • Legal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning.

Syllabus for PG courses will cover topics from

  • Constitutional Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Other law subjects such as Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, Environment Law, and Human Rights.

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