Archive for: 2016

AILET 2017: The countdown begins

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

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...

Reasoning LAWgic – CLAT 2016

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Published by Swanand R, Law Lead Mentor, IMS Reasoning is another section in CLAT that doesn’t require any prior subject knowledge or mugging up formulae. Students from all streams are on the same page with this section. So it gives a scoring opportunity to everyone. To make matters slightly...

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