The CLAT Exam 2020 was of moderate level and consisted of more passage type questions this year, making the exam a bit lengthy. Gradeup Experts provide detailed analysis and overview of today’s paper, including types of questions asked, the difficulty level of each section, estimated cutoff and more.
CLAT 2020 Exam Highlights
1. The exam consisted of fewer questions as per the changed exam pattern. The paper had 150 questions instead of 200.
2. The total time duration of the exam was 120 minutes, and there was no sectional cut off, making it more comfortable for the aspirants.
3. As the questions were passage-based, few candidates struggled with lengthy passages. Time management was an issue for most candidates.
4. The Logical Reasoning section was manageable while the Legal Reasoning section had a fair share of lengthy questions.
5. The Exam saw the maximum number of questions in legal reasoning and current affairs while the Quantitative section had a minimum number of questions.
This year, the CLAT exam was administered on a new pattern. Check the CLAT new exam pattern below and the number of questions asked in each section.
|Name of the Section||Number of questions|
Check the CLAT Exam Analysis 2020 by Gradeup in detail to find which questions were asked in the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, student feedback, good attempts and more. The overall difficulty level and section-wise difficulty level of the exam is given below.
|Current Affairs (GK)||Moderate|
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