CLAT Exam posts are often filled with stories of aspirants having made it to much-coveted destinations like NALSAR Hyderabad and NLSIU Bangalore to pursue


CLAT Exam blog posts are often filled with stories of aspirants having made it to much-coveted destinations like NALSAR Hyderabad and NLSIU Bangalore to pursue B.A.L.L.B (Hons.), all by preparing for thirty to forty days. To many students, this news is fake but as a matter of fact, there really ARE students who are able to get through and perform brilliantly in the CLAT only by preparing for such a short time. This article presents some tips for students to make the most of 40 days of preparation tips to crack CLAT Exam .
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ENGLISH  With forty days left for CLAT, students cannot be expected to start mugging up new words of English for the CLAT Exam  or begin reading some new grammatical rules. For an efficient preparation, forty days should be utilized by a CLAT Exam aspirant for mastering what he has already covered till date. This is the most important tip so that he can make the most out of what he has already studied. In addition to that, since the exam isn't too far, what is also important is that the aspirant must develop a habit of solving at least three exercises of reading comprehension per day. This will help in accustoming the aspirant to RCs and reading at length for the large number of questions in verbal reasoning or legal reasoning that the aspirant may be expected to face. In addition to this, this will help the aspirant in gaining a fair idea of the usage of a number of words that he may not be acquainted with.
What should also be done during this period is solving questions on parajumbles every day for the same reason as the one highlighted above. As foreign words often occupy questions worth five marks in the English section of CLAT, students can be expected to learn at least forty new foreign words and revise the existing ones in forty days. It is suggested that the student must not embark upon the journey of learning new things like idioms or rules of grammar. However, what should be done is solving at least 20 questions of sentence construction and grammar every day. In all, the students should develop a habit of solving at least one mock test of English every day. These strategies will help in preparing the aspirants well for facing English in the CLAT Exam 
LOGICAL REASONING CLAT generally confines itself to analytical reasoning and verbal reasoning in this part. While both do require practice if one wants to deliver excellently during the paper, this does not apply for all students as this is a part that is entirely aptitude based and doesn't require already being aware about many areas. Therefore, in this section, students can easily score good marks even if they haven't prepared well till date. With forty days left, a great strategy would be to solve at least 15 questions on verbal reasoning every day and 25 questions on analytical reasoning every day apart from solving one complete mock test of logical reasoning. The 15 questions talked about above should cover question patterns like statement-argument, statement-conclusions, statement-inferences and cause and effect. The 25 questions left above should randomly cover areas from analytical reasoning. This strategy shall be enough for making the aspirant ready to perform well at logical reasoning in the CLAT Exam 
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE This is one part of the CLAT Exam  that absolutely requires "knowing" things and the performance of a candidate entirely depends on what he or she knows during the exam. General knowledge for CLAT Exam may be static general knowledge or current affairs. While the former has no boundaries to it, for CLAT Exam , the latter does have good boundaries and obviously, for a student who is left with forty days, what he should capitalize on is inevitably, current affairs. For students who have already been preparing for a considerable amount for the exam, the right strategy would be revise all the current affairs from the beginning and make a note of the key national and international events which have been of high importance as there is a good chance that questions from those might hit this section. For students who have not touched the preparation of this section at all, the right strategy would be of directly going for the yearbook or summarized versions of the current affairs of the last six months at least and reading about the most important events that happened during the year. This is suggested because generally, CLAT confines 70 per cent of its questions in the current affairs to what has been covered in the news in the last six months. Therefore, reading a summarized edition of the monthly current affairs would be a right strategy. If time's left, one may also consider referring to the current affairs of the rest of the six months.
As far as static portion of general knowledge for CLAT Exam is concerned, for a student who has not been preparing for the CLAT Exam , it is not advisable to start reading static current affairs. Instead, this time can be used for preparing for other sections. For those who have already read the static portion while preparing for the CLAT Exam  from some time, it would be advisable that they start revising what they have already covered. A general advice for all aspirants would be to keep a strong focus on current affairs as the previous editions of CLAT Exam  have displayed that all a substantial part of this section comprises of questions on current affairs.
MATHEMATICS This is one part of CLAT Exam  that generally many aspirants fail to capitalize on and therefore, lose marks in the CLAT. For this section, the primary and most important advice for all aspirants would be that they should prepare a list of all important formulae for all topics from which questions have been consistently asked. This should be followed by properly learning all the formulae so that while appearing for the paper, the formulae are right at the fingertips.
For those who have already been preparing for CLAT and have practiced mathematics considerably, an advice for them would be to start making a note of the questions which are most important. All aspirants should generally, appear for two mock tests of mathematics every day. For those who have not been preparing for mathematics, they shouldn't lose heart as generally, CLAT Exam  poses extremely easy questions in mathematics which need direct application of the formulae and therefore, as already said, each aspirant should make sure that he/she is well-versed with important formulae.
LEGAL APTITUDE Legal Aptitude for CLAT consists of two divisions: Legal Reasoning and Legal Knowledge. While the former is about direct application of the principle, analysis of facts and reaching a conclusion, the latter is about knowing what is generally the law and what's happening in the field of law in general in India. It is only rare that questions from international happenings in the field of law are posed. Therefore, with forty days left, the very first things students should practice is legal reasoning. This shall accustom them to face a set of facts and principle and apply their reasoning to them. It is advisable that students should solve at least thirty questions of legal reasoning of CLAT with a set time. For those who have already been preparing, this number may be reduced to twenty.
As far as legal knowledge is concerned, the general advice for those who have already been preparing for the exam would be of revising all that they have already read. Starting to read new law in this time would be a bad idea to choose. This time may be utilized in sharpening edges on other subjects. For those who have not been preparing for the exam, the best advice would be of reading the legal developments in news and getting the summary of the developments in the field of law in India in the last six months. The latter is advisable even for those who have already been preparing for the exam.
With these strategies in mind, candidates should prepare well for the CLAT Exam  and read selectively. In addition to that, what is also suggested is that during this time, students shouldn't develop stress. They should take proper sleep and prepare with a relaxed mind so that they are able to give their best in the two hours of CLAT Exam . So, relax, take proper rest, prepare well and ace the CLAT Exam 
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