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At IMS, we believe in providing personalised training and counselling to students to enhance their learning experience. IMS's comprehensive coaching programs for various Law entrance tests like CLAT, AILET, SET, IPUCET, etc maximises students’ chances to get into the top law schools in India. A healthy mix extensive classroom sessions, exhaustive study material and a huge number of practice tests that accurately represent the actual Law entrance exams gives students a competitive edge. Online interaction with mentors, access to myIMS (the online student portal) and GQuest, IMS's one stop solution for improving General Knowledge and Current Affairs make learning at IMS a truly unique experience.

The various courses law entrance test training are:

  • 2 year classroom course for XIth standard students. Designed specifically so that the test preparation doesn't hamper studies for board exams.
  • 1 year classroom course for XIIth standard students or students in their first year of graduation.
  • Short term (approximately one month) program for students in XIIth standard and who want to take the law entrance exams the same year.
  • Test series designed to accurately represent the actual Law entrance exams. These simulated tests are both computer and pen-and-paper based.
  • Correspondence program designed for students who do not have the time to attend classes or those who wish to prepare at home.

A. Trusted for Success since 1977:

IMS has always stood by our belief in being a Mentor, Motivator and Guide to our students. Since 1977, IMS students have consistently secured admission to their preferred institutions. Comprehensive study material and simulated tests that are closest in structure to the actual CLAT and other law entrance exams enhance students' preparation and therefore their chances of getting admission into some of the most coveted Law schools in India like NLSIU-Bangalore, NALSAR-Hyderabad, WB-NUJS-Kolkata, NLIU-Bhopal, NLU-Jodhpur, etc.

B. Key features of IMS's test preparation program:

The IMS MaxPrep Law program is designed to enable students to score higher and get into the Law school best suited for them. The IMS CLAT program is a complete end-to-end solution for all Law school aspirants, and comprises the following important components:

  1. Admission Counseling:

    Counselling for Law schools and tests

    Law test notification alerts

    Law school shortlisting

    Form-filling assistance

  2. Test Prep:

    a. Basic Reference Material (BRM) pack:

    The content in the BRM pack has been organised into booklets comprising:

    Concept Books on basics for Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, Problem Solving & Data Interpretation, Logical Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning and Basic Legal Awareness

    Concept Book on Legal Aptitude

    Workbooks for VA&RC and PS&LR

    b. Additional material for General Awareness & Current Affairs:

    Booklet on General Awareness

    The Current Affairs BRM

    c. Classroom training program:

    The salient features of the classroom training program are:

    Sessions for Problem Solving, Logical Reasoning, Legal Aptitude, Current Affairs, sessions on Verbal Ability and Verbal Reasoning, along with Enabler and Workshop sessions

    The class flow and the BRMs strongly align with each other to ensure that students follow a systematic study plan and achieve a more effective learning experience.

    Note: The number of classroom sessions will vary depending on the program enrolled for. Classroom training sessions are not available for the correspondence and test series variants.

    d. Benchmarking and Progress Monitoring Tests:

    This is a key component of the IMS program to evaluate and identify what the students are doing right and where they need improvement.

    Progress monitoring at IMS is more than just taking tests and viewing the overall results.

    The Performance Evaluation Report (PER) provided with each of these tests provides an in-depth analysis of a student's performance in the test and effective use of this tool is key to achieving the desired goals and targets.

    A. Benchmarking Tests: Know where you stand in respect to the CLAT

    SimCLAT Zero (PBT): Will be conducted immediately after the enrolment and before preparation begins.

    SimCLATs Citius, Altius and Fortius (PBT): Will be conducted immediately after the Concepts & Application classes for Modules I, II and III are completed respectively.

    B. Progress Monitoring Tests: Measure your progress vis-á-vis the Benchmarking Test with the Proctored All India Simulated CLATs (SimCLATs) and other SimTests for Law entrance tests (Sim-AILET, SimLAW-SET, SimLAW-IPU, SimLSAT)

    The SimTests simulate the environment and pressure students face on the day of the CLAT and other important law entrance tests. It provides an opportunity to evaluate, refine and map a student's performance against peers.

    After each SimTest, students receive their score along with an All India Ranking on Law myIMS – the IMS student portal for all Law students. The individual scores and AIR will help you understand your relative ranking amongst your peers.

    C. Additional online practice tests:

    Online tests are available on the myIMS student portal for students who want additional tests to improve their performance.

  3. CLAT Booster (conducted during 1st/2nd Week of April):

    a. One day Workshop covering:

    Last minute tips for major Law entrance tests

    Simulated Group Discussion sessions*

    Current Affairs sessions

    *Simulated GDs will be conducted only if time permits

  4. Online Support:

    a. Exclusive student’s portal that offers:

    Law school information

    Law test notifications and alerts

    Online practice tests and analysis

    CLATracker: The legal newsletter.

    LAWareness: Exclusive test that enables students to improve their study of Law, Research Aptitude and Problem Solving Ability.


    BOCA – Bank of Current Affairs

    GQuest – An online database of General Awareness questions and information.



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