CLAT 2025 is going to be conducted on 1st December

The Consortium of National Law Universities has officially announced that the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2025 will be conducted on December 1st, 2024. 

The CLAT is one of the most popular and competitive law entrance exams in India, serving as a gateway to admission to undergraduate and postgraduate law programs at top national law universities.

Candidates who wish to appear for the CLAT 2025 exam can apply online at the official CLAT website, and the application process typically opens in August each year.

During the application process, candidates must provide their personal information, and educational qualifications and upload the required documents. Payment of the application fee can be made via online modes such as debit/credit card or net banking.

The CLAT 2025 exam is an objective-type test consisting of 150 questions that candidates must complete within 2 hours. The exam evaluates a candidate's legal aptitude, reasoning ability, English language proficiency, general knowledge, and current affairs. Scoring high in the CLAT exam is essential, as it determines a candidate's eligibility for admission to top national law universities.

With the announcement of the exam date, candidates can plan and tailor their preparation accordingly. To perform well in the CLAT 2025 exam, candidates must be knowledgeable about the latest developments in law and current affairs, have excellent reasoning and analytical skills, and be proficient in the English language. Regular practice and mock tests can help candidates assess their preparation and improve their performance.

In summary, the CLAT 2025 exam date has been announced, and it is scheduled for December 1st, 2024. 

Aspiring law students should prepare thoroughly and remain up-to-date with current affairs and legal developments to perform well in the exam. By dedicating themselves to their preparation, candidates can achieve success and fulfill their aspirations of studying law at some of India's top national law universities.