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CLAT 2023 Question Paper Format: Check Section-Wise Tentative Number of Questions

Rajneesh Shukla
Rajneesh ShuklaUpdated On: August 11, 2022 11:07 am IST | CLAT

If you want to do foolproof preparation and score high marks in CLAT 2023 examination then you should go through this news. The news envisages a subject-wise tentative number of questions for the CLAT UG and PG 2023 examination that will help you in preparing a better revision strategy.

CLAT 2023 Question Paper Format

The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) will conduct the CLAT 2023 examination for admissions to CLAT UG and PG programs on December 18, 2022. The registration form for CLAT 2023 is now available online. Now is the time for candidates to do a revision of the entire syllabus and prepare themselves strongly for CLAT 2023. We want all the candidates to succeed in the CLAT 2023 exam, hence, we are providing the section-wise tentative number of questions that will be asked this time. This will give a clear idea to the candidates about the marks that each section will carry. Candidates need to check out this article to get enough information regarding the question paper format and prepare a nice strategy to get good marks in CLAT 2023.

CLAT UG 2023 Subject-Wise Questions and Weightage

Go through the table given below to know the subject-wise weightage of CLAT UG 2023.

Subject

No. of Questions

Percentage Weightage

English

28-32

20%

Current Affairs and General Knowledge

35-39

25%

Logical Reasoning

28-32

20%

Legal Reasoning

35-39

25%

Quantitative Techniques

13-17

10%

Also Read:CLAT 2022 Application Form: Will Correction be Allowed this Year?

Tentative Question Paper for CLAT UG 2023

With the help of the tabulated data mentioned below, we have compiled section-wise questions asked in the CLAT UG 2020, 2021 and 2022 question paper. Based on the previous year's question papers of CLAT UG, we have provided an estimate of the section-wise number of tentative questions that could be asked in the CLAT UG 2023 examination while also keeping in mind the above-mentioned subject-wise weightage of questions.

Topics

No. of Questions in CLAT UG 2020

No. of Questions in CLAT UG 2021

No. of Questions in CLAT UG 2022

Tentative No. of Questions in CLAT UG 2023

English

30

30

30

29-30

Current Affairs & G.K 

36

35

35

35-37

Logical Reasoning

30

30

30

29-30

Legal Reasoning

39

40

40

39-40

Quantitative Techniques

15

15

15

15-17

CLAT PG 2023 Exam Pattern: Subject-Wise Weightage

The tabulated data below shows the subjects in the LL.M course and the number of questions asked from the given subjects along with the total number of marks for each subject.

Subject

No. of MCQ Questions

Marks

Constitutional Law

60

60

Other law subjects including Criminal Law, International Law, Law of Torts, Contract Law, Jurisprudence and IPR

60

60

Total

120

120

Also Read:Important Instructions for CLAT 2022 Application Form

Tentative Question Paper for CLAT PG 2023

The tabulated data below will help you get a good understanding of what tentative quantity of questions from each subject could be asked in the CLAT PG 2023 examination. This will allow you to mould your revision strategy accordingly and will help you pay more attention to the topics that may contain more questions in this year’s question paper, further increasing your chances of scoring well in the upcoming exam.

Subject

No. of Questions in CLAT PG 2020

No. of Questions in CLAT PG 2021

No. of Questions in CLAT PG 2022

Tentative No. of Questions in CLAT PG 2023

Constitutional Law

50

36

28

30-50

Jurisprudence

20

6

12

10-20

Administrative Law

10

0

0

0-14

Family Law

10

12

10

0-11

Law of Contracts

0

18

14

0-15

International Law

10

18

12

0-20

Criminal Law

10

24

24

10-25

Labour Law

10

0

10

10-20

Environmental Law

0

18

10

0-15

Important Note: The number of above-mentioned questions for the CLAT UG 2023 and CLAT PG 2023 examination is purely tentative and is subject to change.

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