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CLAT 2022 Important Topics: Subject Wise Weightage

Samiksha Rautela
Samiksha RautelaUpdated On: May 25, 2022 05:22 pm IST | CLAT

While preparing for CLAT 2022, the students must be well-informed about the subject wise weightage and important topics for CLAT UG and PG which will help them score well in the exam.

Important Topics for CLAT

CLAT is the most popular law entrance exam which is conducted once every year. The exam will be conducted on June 19, 2022, in offline mode across the CLAT 2022 exam centres and candidates have to follow the CLAT Exam Day Guidelines to ensure that the exam gets wrapped up smoothly.

Candidates aspiring to crack the exam can ace their CLAT 2022 preparation through the previous year question papers, mock tests, and sample papers of CLAT. They can also check the paper analysis and answer key of CLAT 2022 to get an idea of the exam. This will also help them in identifying the weak areas and working on them. Applicants must make sure to cover all the important topics of CLAT discussed here as they can help in acing the law exam.

Important Topics for CLAT UG

The CLAT UG exam is divided into five sections and they are English Language, Current Affairs & GK, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Techniques. Each section requires a different set of approach and mindset. Provided below are the important topics of CLAT that need to be studied before appearing for the exam.

CLAT Important Topics for the English Language

The English Language Section of CLAT tests the Grammatical Knowledge and English Proficiency of an aspirant. It analyses the ability of the candidate to evaluate a passage that is of class 12th level. Provided below are the important topics that must be covered in this section.

  • Comprehension Passages 

  • Subject-Verb Agreement 

  • Noun 

  • Pronoun

  • Adjective and Determinants 

  • Adverb

  • Active Passive Voice

  • Vocabulary

  • Synonyms

  • Antonyms

  • Spelling errors

  • Sentence completion and correction

Get the detailed Tips to Prepare for English Language Section of CLAT 2022!

CLAT Important Topics for Current Affairs & GK

The questions of the Current Affairs and GK are intended to check the depth of understanding of events of significance and issues. Generally, the emphasis is on current events and recent developments. Check out the topics that must be covered while preparing for the CLAT Important Topics for the Current Affairs & GK.

  • Banking & Finance

  • Outline of Indian Economy 

  • Indian Tax Structure 

  • National Income of India

  • Legal fundamentals and terms 

  • Supreme Court Judgments

  • Legal Maxims and Important Landmarks 

  • Major Industries in India

Find out the Tips to Prepare for the Current Affairs Section of CLAT 2022!

CLAT Important Topics for Logical Reasoning

The Logical Reasoning Section of the CLAT exam tests the potential of an aspirant to identify arguments and patterns. The important topics that require the maximum attention are mentioned below.

  • Logical Puzzles 

  • Cause & Effect Reasoning 

  • Analogies, 

  • Arguments and Conclusions 

  • Sequences

  • Statements Assumptions

  • Statement Arguments  

  • Statement Conclusions Derivation of Conclusions

Check out the Preparation Tips for CLAT Logical Reasoning 2022!

CLAT Important Topics for Legal Reasoning

The Legal Reasoning of CLAT is designed to check if the aspirant can identify the principle and the facts from the passage. Given below are the important topics and areas that must be considered while preparing for this section.

  • Legal Facts

  • Legal terminologies and meanings

  • Situations or outlines of legal matters

  • Public policy 

  • Moral philosophical enquiries

  • General awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues

Here are some Preparation Tips for CLAT 2022 Legal Reasoning Section!

CLAT Important Topics for Quantitative Techniques

Before attempting the Quantitative Techniques section, candidates should analyse the graphical information presented in the question paper. The important topics for CLAT that require the most attention while preparing for the Quantitative Techniques section are provided below.

  • Basic algebra

  • Statistics

  • Profit and loss

  • Mensuration 

  • Time & work

  • Numbers

  • HCF and LCM 

  • Fractions

  • Logarithms

  • Percentage

  • Time & distance

  • Ratio & proportion

Top Tips to Prepare for CLAT 2022 Quantitative Techniques Section!

Important Topics for CLAT PG

CLAT PG mainly puts emphasis on the comprehension abilities of a candidate. The exam will generally pick up key areas of the undergraduate level. The important topics that must be revised before appearing for the CLAT PG exam are mentioned below.

  • Constitutional Law

  • Company Law

  • Industrial Law

  • Law of Contract

  • Administrative Law

  • Torts

  • Environmental Law

  • Criminal Law

  • Family Law

  • Jurisprudence

  • Public International Law

  • Property Law

  • Tax Law

  • Labour Law

Also Read:Difference Between CLAT, AILET and LSAT

Subject-Wise Weightage in CLAT

The exam pattern of CLAT has been changed from 2020 onwards and students will be asked 150 questions in UG and 120 questions in the PG exam. To understand how many marks each subject possess, go through the information provided below.

CLAT UG Subject-Wise Weightage

The UG exam of CLAT is divided into 5 parts and each of them carries a different percentage of sectional weightage. The table displayed below captures the essence of UG Question Paper Format of CLAT.


Total Questions

Weightage in Percentage

Current Affairs & General Knowledge

35-39 questions


Legal Reasoning

35-39 questions


English Language

28-32 questions


Logical Reasoning

28-32 questions


Quantitative Techniques

13-17 questions


Below is the subject wise weightage of CLAT UG exam.

CLAT Subjectwise Weightage

CLAT PG Subject-Wise Weightage

Check out the subject-wise weightage of CLAT PG, provided in the table below.


Total Questions

Total Marks

Constitutional Law

120 Questions

120 Marks

Company Law

Other Laws

Quick Preparation Guide for CLAT

To strengthen the preparation for CLAT, a candidate can refer to the CLAT Preparation Guide provided below.

CLAT Sample Papers

CLAT Previous Years' Question Papers

CLAT 2022 Dos and Don'ts

CLAT 2022 Answer Keys

Additional Questions for CLAT

CLAT 2022 Exam Analysis

Also Read:Top 20 Law Universities in India Accepting CLAT, LSAT, SLAT Scores

General Tips for CLAT Preparation

To optimize their chances of scoring well in the CLAT 2022 examination, candidates must have a good understanding of the CLAT 2022 exam pattern as well as various other things such as past year cutoff trends, exam marking scheme, and so on, which will assist the candidates in strengthening the fundamental and basic concepts.

Candidates must follow the below methods to ace in the CLAT 2022 exam.

  • Students must prepare a timetable according to the important topics and weak areas.
  • Aspirants must have a proper time-management strategy to achieve higher accuracy.
  • Candidates must try to practice as much as possible. Only with more and more practice, candidates can achieve better scores.
  • Students must take up regular mock tests to build up speed and efficiency in solving papers.
  • Students must refer to the proper and recommended study materials for CLAT 2022.
  • Candidates must avoid referring to new study materials before the exam.

Also Read: Last Minute Preparation Tips for CLAT 2022

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If aspirants are unable to meet the CLAT cut-off and get the desired law college, they can talk to our admission experts and explore some other suitable options. You can either dial 1800-572-9877 (toll-free) or fill the Common Application Form to get in touch with the counsellors. For any questions related to CLAT or law, feel free to drop them in the QnA zone.

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What is asked in CLAT Legal Reasoning?

The basic topics asked in the Legal Reasoning section of CLAT include legal facts, legal terminologies and meanings, situations or outlines of legal matters, public policy, moral philosophical enquiries, and general awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues.

Is GK asked in CLAT?

Yes, CLAT has a separate section of General Knowledge and Current Affairs in the exam.

What are the important topics for CLAT English language section?

The important topics of CLAT English section include reading comprehension, sSubject-verb agreement, parts of speech, active passive voice, vocabulary, synonyms, antonyms, spelling errors, sentence completion and correction, etc.

Is it important to complete the whole syllabus of CLAT before appearing for the exam?

Yes, every aspirant who wishes to take CLAT must cover the entire CLAT syllabus well in advance so as to perform well in the exam.


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