For UG and PG courses:

  1. Time duration: 2 hours
  2. Mode: Offline mode
  3. Type of questions: Objective-type questions
  4. Number of questions:
    CLAT UG – 150 questions
    CLAT PG – 120 questions
  5. Total marks:
    UG CLAT- 150 marks
    CLAT PG – 120 marks
  6. Marking scheme:

    Each accurate answer will receive 1 mark, while each incorrect answer will receive 0.25 marks.
  7. Language: English
  8. Division of Paper:

    UG Level: The question paper will be divided into five parts: English Language Current Affairs, including General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Techniques.

    PG Level: The question paper will be divided into two parts: Constitutional Law, and other law subjects such as Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, IPR and Jurisprudence. 
  9. Marks Per Question:

    UG Level: 1 mark for every correct answer  
    PG Level: 1 mark for every correct answer  in MCQs  
  10. Negative Marking:

    0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer
  11. Conducting Body:

    The Consortium of National Law Universities
  12. Exam Level: National level 
  13. Frequency: Once a year 
Conducting Body clat 2023
Conducting body The consortium of Law Universities and Schools
Sections English Language
Current Affairs(including General Knowledge)
Legal Reasoning
Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Ability
Maximum Marks 150 Marks
Negative Marking Deduction of 0.25 Marks for Each incorrect Answer
Exam duration 2 hours
Type of Questions Objective – Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)
Subject Expand No. of Questions Expected Marks
English Language 28-32 28-32
Current Affairs(including GK) 35-39 35-39
Legal Reasoning 35-39 35-39
Logical Reasoning 28-32 28-32
Quantitative Ability 13-17 13-17
Subject Expected No. of Questions Expected Marks
Total 150 150