FAQs For CLAT 2015 Examination


Common Law Admission Test ( CLAT 2015 ) is schedule to be held on 10th May 2015. Score of the test is used for admission in to 16 National Prestigious Law Institute in India. Admit cards are now available for download.

faq clat 2015FAQs For CLAT 2015 Examination :-

> What is the Mode of CLAT 2015 Examination ?

Ans : CLAT 2015 is completely Online Test .

> Date Of Online Test ? 

Ans : 10th may 2015 .

> What will be the time of computer based examination?

Ans : The exam will be in one shift of 02 Hours.

> What computer knowledge is required to appear for Computer Based Examination ?

Ans : The candidate needs to know only how to use computer mouse.

> How a candidate can practice for Computer Based Examination?

Ans : The Mock Test will be available on CLAT 2015 website. The Candidate can download the same and practice as many times as he/she wants. This will give look and feel of the format of Computer Based Exam in simulation environment.

> What will happen in case there is some problem in computer during the examination?

Ans : There will be enough buffer computers available at the examination centers to take care of such problems and the time lost in change of system will be duly compensated as each and every second will be recorded by the server.

> Will a Candidate get the question paper of computer based examination as he/she gets in Pen and Paper based exam?

Ans : Yes, the question paper along-with the options marked will be mailed to each and every candidate after the exam schedule is over.

> Can a candidate change his/her answer ?

Ans : Yes, during the exam duration and it is one of the most important feature of computer based examination.

> Is there any call center support ?

Ans : Yes. There is a call center support for candidates appearing in computer based examination. The helpline number(s) will be available on the CLAT website.

> Can I move back and forth between the five section?

Ans : Yes.

> Will there be negative marking in CLAT – 2015 exam?

Ans : Yes, There shall be a Negative Marking wherein 0.25 marks will be deducted for each of the wrong answer.

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