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CLAT 2021 Preparation and Study Time Table for 60 Days (2 Months)

Subhashri Roy
Subhashri RoyPublished On: April 12, 2021 | CLAT

Crack the CLAT 2021 by using the 60-day preparation and study plan and score high marks in the entrance exam. Read on to find the last minute preparation tips and ace CLAT 2021.

60-Day Study Plan for CLAT 2021

Worried about how to prepare for CLAT 2021 in 2 months or how to make the best 60-Day study plan for CLAT 2021? Well, time is certainly no bar, is it? Putting pressure on yourself or regretting not having started your preparation sooner is surely not going to help you because NOW is the time to gear up and start making the best possible use of the available time.

CollegeDekho has developed an easy-to-execute preparation plan for candidates appearing for CLAT 2021. Although the plan mentioned in this article must be good enough for a lot of CLAT 2021 aspirants, one must first understand and make a list of their weaknesses and strengths. For instance, if someone is weak in Legal Reasoning, he/she must probably spend more time on it rather than devoting equal time to each section.

How to Divide the CLAT 2021 Syllabus for 60 Days?

Wondering why you need to divide the CLAT syllabus for the given timeframe? This is the first and the most important thing that you must do to not miss out or give less gravity to a section in CLAT 2021.

The CLAT 2021 will be a 2-hour test with 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) of 1 mark each. 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. The exam will include questions divided across the below-mentioned subjects:

  • English Language

  • Current Affairs and General Knowledge

  • Logical Reasoning

  • Legal Reasoning

  • Quantitative Techniques

Find more about the CLAT exam pattern in order to devise a better preparation strategy. Now, let’s find out how we can cover the subjects or sections in 60 days.

Number of Days for Exam Preparation

60

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in the English Language

Approximately 10

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Current Affairs and General Knowledge

Can’t be Defined

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Legal Reasoning

Approximately 5

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Logical Reasoning

16

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Quantitative Techniques

Approximately 10

Division of CLAT 2021 English Language Syllabus for 60 Days

Find out in how many days you can make yourself ready for CLAT 2021’s English Language Section:

Total No. Of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in the English Language

Approximately 10

Total No. of Days to be Devoted to One Topic

0.5

English Language Syllabus to be Completed in

5 Days

Division of CLAT 2021 Current Affairs and General Knowledge Syllabus for 60 Days

The Current Affairs and General Knowledge section of CLAT has been divided to fit perfectly into the 60-Day Study Plan for CLAT 2021:

Total No. of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Current Affairs and General Knowledge

Current Affairs Can’t be Defined; GK- 4

Total No. of Days to be Devoted to One Topic

NA

Current Affairs and General Knowledge Syllabus to be Completed in

60 + 8 Days

Also Read: What is a Good Score in CLAT 2021?

Division of CLAT 2021 Legal Reasoning Syllabus for 60 Days

Check out how CollegeDekho has divided the Legal Reasoning section of CLAT 2021 such that candidates are left with enough time to revise.

Total No. of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Legal Reasoning

Approximately 5

Total No. of Days to be Devoted to One Topic

2

Legal Reasoning Syllabus to be Completed in

10 Days

Note: Invest your time according to your requirements. If one topic is taking more time than the other, don’t panic. You are still left with enough time. Manage it effectively.

If you still can’t decide on how to go about preparing for this section, click here to check out the preparation tips for the Legal Reasoning section of CLAT 2021 that has been curated by the CollegeDekho team.

Division of CLAT 2021 Logical Reasoning Syllabus for 60 Days

Check out the 60-Day Preparation Plan for CLAT 2021 Logical Reasoning:

Total No. of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Logical Reasoning

16

Total No. of Days to be Devoted to One Topic

0.5

Logical Reasoning Syllabus to be Completed in

8 Days

Also Read: How to Crack CLAT 2021 in First Attempt

Division of CLAT 2021 Quantitative Techniques Syllabus for 60 Days

Not just the name but also the syllabus has been changed of the Maths section of CLAT 2021. The section was known as Elementary Mathematics before CLAT 2021. Find out how you can divide the syllabus in order to cover it within 60 days.

Total No. of Days Left for Exam

60

Total No. of Topics to be Studied in Quantitative Techniques

Approximately 10

Total No. of Days to be Devoted to One Topic

1 to 2

Quantitative Techniques Syllabus to be Completed in

10-20 Days

Also Read: Colleges Accepting CLAT 2021 Score and Seat Matrix

From the above division, the complete revision of the syllabus can be completed in -

Total No. of Days to Complete English Language

5

Total No. of Days to Complete Current Affairs and General Knowledge

60 (Everyday Job) + 8 (General Knowledge)

Total No. of Days to Complete Legal Reasoning

10

Total No. of Days to Complete Logical Reasoning

8

Total No. of Days to Complete Quantitative Techniques

10-20

Total No. of Days to Complete CLAT 2021 Syllabus

56 (Excluding Current Affairs)

Total No. Of Days Left for the Exam

4

With 4 days left for the exam, candidates can do the following to perfect their game:

  • Revise the sections that you believe needs more effort.
  • Practice online mock tests or the sample questions provided by the Consortium of NLUs.

Do not waste your time on previous year question papers as the exam pattern for CLAT 2021 has been revised.

Is it Possible to Ace CLAT 2021 with Only 60 Days Preparation?

Preparation for CLAT 2021 can certainly be completed in 60 days or 2 months. It does sound difficult but with all your attention, it is not an impossible job to do. Make sure that you are committing at least 6-8 hours of your focused attention every day. Identify your strengths and weaknesses and make your plan accordingly. While a strategy is important, following it scrupulously is even more important to crack this exam.

The Consortium of NLUs has revised the exam pattern of CLAT 2021 in order to reduce stress among the candidates which makes the 60-day preparation doable. Another tip? DO NOT bury yourself in a huge stack of books.

Section-wise Preparation Tips for CLAT 2021

Given below are the section-wise preparation tips for CLAT 2021.

Preparation Tips for CLAT 2021 Legal Reasoning Section

Tips to Prepare for Current Affairs Section of CLAT 2021

Tips to Prepare for English Language Section of CLAT 2021

Preparation Tips for CLAT Logical Reasoning 2021

Tips to Prepare for CLAT 2021 Quantitative Techniques Section

You can find your estimated rank after viewing the CLAT 2021 answer key through the Rank Predictor. Once the CLAT 2021 results are out, you can check which CLAT institute you can get admission in via the College Predictor of CollegeDekho.

Hope this strategy helps you save your time and prepare in the best possible way. In case of any queries, write to us in the QnA zone as the team is always available to assist you.

Good Luck!

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