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This program is meant for students who will take CLAT/AILET in December 2024, and appear for the academic year 2025. This program also covers all other law entrance tests like MHCET-law (5-Yr. LLB), SLAT, NLAT, etc which will be held in May-June 2025.
Candidates who are currently in class X or above, and will pass out of school by 2025 or earlier are eligible for this program.
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LST's Classroom coaching programs have been specifically designed to facilitate CLAT/ AILET preparation for different kinds of aspirants. LST-Span is a two-year program (ideal for Class X students), LST Plus is a one-year program (ideal for Class XI students), and LST Express is a crash course meant for taking a few months before the test. The 8-10 month-long LST Bullet program streamlines students who are retaking CLAT/AILET.
A typical LST session for CLAT is conducted for two hours. The students are acquainted with the basic concepts of the topic at hand, with the help of examples. A lot of emphasis is laid on practice and mock tests, which are considered the key to cracking competitive exams. Class exercises are handed over to students, and are followed by rigorous discussions.
CLAT and AILET like to throw surprises, leaving students bewildered in the examination halls. CLAT 2024, for instance, will have a new paper format with 120 questions instead of the usual 150. Thus, it is better to have an open mind and be ready to field googlies. The major challenge lies in managing time and understanding the navigation system. One should make sure that the analysis of the tests taken during our CLAT coaching classes helps them identify and work on their strengths and weaknesses.
Candidates who have completed or will complete their class XII before June 2024, are eligible to appear for CLAT2024. However, they must submit the passing certificate of the qualifying examination on completion. In case the certificate isn’t produced, the candidate will not be eligible for admission to the course.