CLAT 2015 Results, CLAT May 2015 Results to be declared tomorrow
The results for CLAT (Common law Admission Test) 2015 examination have been announced Tuesday night. Students, who appeared in CLAT 2015 exam on May 10, can now check their CLAT 2015 results on this page as well as on the official website clat.ac.in. CLAT exam was conducted for admissions to post graduate and undergraduate law courses in various private and government Law universities in India. Check details below on how to check your results.
CLAT 2015 online examination was conducted by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National University, Lucknow on 10th May from 3 to 5 PM. The exam was conducted separate for UG and PG aspirants. The online test paper for undergraduate course included 200 multiple choice questions from English, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning, needed to be solved in two hours. Similarly, post graduate question paper included 150 questions from Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Contract, Torts, Criminal Law, International Law, Family Law, Property Law, IPR etc. and needed to be completed in two hours.
Well, the university took less than 10 days in declaring online exam results. Students will not have to wait more as the results for CLAT 2015 have now been released.
Procedure to check CLAT 2015 results
- Click on the link given below
- Enter your CLAT Registered Email ID and Password to Login
- Check your result
Students are advised to keep patience if the server is not responding due to high load. Many students are trying to check their results now and it may take a while before you can access the server.
Other Important Dates for CLAT-2015
- Dates for indicating University-wise preference: 21st-25th May, 2015
- Dates for payment of counselling fee: 4th-10th June, 2015
The university will also release the category-wise merit list and the notice inviting candidates to choose their University preferences online. Candidates will be given admission to one of the NLUs based on their CLAT-2015 score and University preference choice.
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