CLAT 2019 Admit Card: NLUs to Release Hall Tickets for the Entrance Exam Tomorrow Online at
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The Consortium of National Law University, is set to release the admit card for Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), tomorrow, May 13. Candidates who are appearing in this year’s entrance exam will be able to download the CLAT 2019 Admit Card/ Hall Ticket, from the official website; CLAT is conducted for admission to law institutes including the National Law Universities (NLUs). This year, the entrance examination is scheduled to be held on May 26, 2019 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. For the convenience of the candidates, we have provided quick guidelines to access CLAT 2019 exam Admit Card. CLAT Back to Offline Mode! From 2019, Entrance Exam for Law Courses Will Be Conducted in Pen-Paper Format. 

CLAT was earlier scheduled for May 12, but due to the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, NLUs postponed to a later date. Candidate must note that they will have to download the CLAT 2019 admit card and take a print out. No hard copies would be sent to individuals and without CLAT hall tickets, candidates will not be allowed to appear in the exam.

How to Download CLAT 2019 Admit Card?

  • Visit the official website,
  • Click the link, ‘CLAT 2019 Admit Card’ available on the homepage.
  • You will be redirected to a new window.
  • Login to your account, using the registration number.
  • Your CLAT 2019 Admit Card will appear on the screen.
  • Download and take a print out of the same for future reference.

CLAT 2019 Exam Pattern

CLAT 2019 for undergraduate programme is a 200 marks exam, held for two-hour long where Multiple-Choice Questions will be asked. There will be a total of 200 questions for one mark each and there is negative marking of 0.25 mark for every wrong answer. English including comprehension, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning are the subject areas for CLAT 2019 entrance exam. Again for post graduate programme, 150 questions will be asked, that will carry one mark each. The examination will be two-hour long and there is a negative marking of 0.25.

CLAT has gone back to offline mode exam, after complaints of technical glitches in the online pattern for the last few years were forwarded. Last year, in a press release, the Consortium decided to bring back the pen-paper exam pattern. The online test will be ‘re-considered’ in case the number of candidates appearing in CLAT drastically increases.