Category: Prep tips

CLAT 2017: Top 10 last minute tips

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Dear CLAT 2017 takers, You must be counting the last few days of the CLAT 2017 countdown & wondering what exactly you should do in the remaining days to nail the CLAT. You may have solved hundreds of questions and tens of mocks, so there is no point in...

NLU Ranking: Top law schools in India

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This is the first of a four-post blog series on NLU ranking, designed by experts at IMS. Make sure you check out the link at the end for the next blog post. The time has arrived for law enthusiasts to gear up for CLAT 2017, the entrance test for...

CLAT 2017 – The journey begins

CLAT 2017: The IMS CL.A.T Approach
As a CLAT 2017 aspirant, you would have started your preparation a month or a few weeks back. Some of you have been preparing for the exam for the last one year. The majority of law entrance aspirants is presently in Class XII and wondering how to manage test prep without losing focus...

MAH Law CET 2016: Final tips for the finale test

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If you’ve been keeping track of all that’s happening in the exam circuit of the ‘legal world’, you’ll know that MAH Law CET 2016 is the last law school entrance exam for this year’s academic season. Naturally, it goes without saying that it’s a make-or-break exam if you’re keen...

CLAT 2016: Top 14 last minute tips

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CLAT 2016 is just 3 days away, and I am sure you have put in the best of your efforts over the last few weeks (or months, or years even!) to be ready for D-DAY. Your faculty, seniors, subject matter experts and coaches will have given you a lot of valuable advice all this...

AILET 2017: The countdown begins

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After CLAT, the AILET is the second most important entrance exam in India for admission to 5 year integrated law programmes. In 2016, more than 16,000 students took this exam and competed for just 70 seats for Indian nationals in NLU-Delhi! This means that there are 230 students vying for a...

CLAT Math: Playing A SMART ACT

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Preparing for the Math section in the CLAT takes a backseat in law school entrance exams. These exams will test your reasoning skills, not your quantitative ability. You will be put into situations where your structured common sense will be tested. So, sections like legal aptitude, verbal and logical reasoning are of...

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