CLAT Cut-Off

  • 09Nov,2018

    Common Law Admission Test 2020 (CLAT) will be held in January by 14 NLU'S on a rotational basis by the National Law Universities (NLUs). The candidates who qualify in this exam will be eligible for admission to 19 NLUs and other top law colleges of the country.

    CLAT 2020 is expected to be held on May 10, 2020 through online mode. The cut off will be known after the declaration of results in May 2020. In CLAT exam, the candidates will have to attempt a total of 200 questions in two hours duration.

     What’s CLAT cut off 2020? This is the minimum marks to be scored by the candidates for the admission to 19 NLUs and other top law colleges. The candidates with equal or more than cut off marks are called for CLAT counseling process.

    CLAT cut-off marks vary from year to year. The cut off mark is dependent on multiple factors which are:

    1. Difficulty level of the exam

    2. Total number of seats on available

    3. Number of qualified candidates

    4. Previous year cut off trends etc.

    CLAT cut off will determine the score and rank, on the basis of which the aspirants are offered admission in different colleges and NLUs accepting the CLAT cut off.

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    CLAT 2018 Cut-Off

    Candidates with a score more than 130 or more out of total marks 200 are expected to get the chance of being admitted to one of the top NLUs of the country.

    Section-wise cut off would be like this:


    Total Marks

    CLAT 2018 Cut off

    English including Comprehension



    General Knowledge and Current Affairs



    Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)



    Legal Aptitude



    Logical Reasoning



    The authority will issue CLAT score card online which is valid only for 1 year. The scorecard contains the following:

    1. Candidate’s Name

    2. Roll Number

    3. Father’s Name

    4. Application Number

    5. CLAT Rank

    6. All India rank

    7. Category Rank

    8. CLAT Scores

    CLAT 2020 Counseling Procedure

    1- Online Registration

    2- Choice Filling & Locking

    3- Result Declaration

    4- Reporting to the Allotted College


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