CLAT/MH-CET 1 Month Online Crash Course

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  • 70 hours of Live Lectures
  • 10 hours of Doubt Removals
  • 50+ hours of Tests


1 Month

Batch Size:
30-35

Batch Start Date:
15th June, 2020

The TG CLAT 2020 course has been created with the focus being on the evaluation of the student's capability of comprehension and reasoning skills and abilities of candidates.

The overall course has been designed to check and test the aptitude and skills which are needed as part of understanding education about legal matters. The prior knowledge of the subject may be useful but is not an essential requirement though for some sections like Current Affairs, having a prior knowledge helps the students.

The CLAT exam would be a 2-hour computer-based test, having 150 multiple - choice questions, with each of the questions carrying 1 mark each. For every wrong answer, the student would lose 0.25 marks.

The CLAT Question paper comprises of the following 5 subjects:

  • English
  • Current Affairs, including General Knowledge
  • Legal Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Quantitative Techniques

English

The English section of the CLAT exam would be testing the Language Skills of the student. This section would consist of passages of about 450 words and these passages would be from contemporary history or topics from fiction and non - fiction books and so on.

Every passage would be followed by a series of questions which tests the comprehension skills of the students along with that it tests the application of Grammar and linguistics.

General Knowledge with Current Affairs

This section would have passages mainly from the following disciplines, i.e.

  • Contemporary events of significance from India and the world;
  • Arts and culture;
  • International affairs; and
  • Historical events of continuing significance.

Each of these passages would have up to 450 words in it and would have been carried over from News, writings and literature from prominent Journalists and Authors.

The questions based on the passage would be testing the awareness of the student about the current affairs and incidents and important notifications about the same.

Legal Reasoning

This section, like other sections, would have passages up to 450 words in it and would have been picked based on scenarios which may involve legal scenarios, policies regarding policy matters and moral questions. Having said that, the complete knowledge of Law and Legal Matters is not essential.

The passages would have questions which are asked mainly based on the following, i.e.

  • Identify and infer the rules and principles set out in the passage;
  • Apply such rules and principles to various fact situations; and
  • Understand how changes to the rules or principles may alter their application to various fact situations.

Logical and Analytical Reasoning

The Logical Reasoning section of the CLAT includes a series of short passages. These passages have close to 300 words in each of them. The passages are followed by questions which relate to the following:

  • Student needs to recognize an argument, its premises and conclusions;
  • Student needs to critically read and identify the arguments set out in the passage;
  • Student needs to critically analyse patterns of reasoning, and assess how the conclusions can be drawn which may depend on particular premises or evidence;
  • Student needs to infer what follows from the passage and apply these inferences to new situations;
  • Student needs to draw relationships and analogies, identify contradictions and equivalence, and assess the effectiveness of arguments.

Mental Aptitude

The Mental Aptitude section of the CLAT includes the following but are not limited to:

  1. short sets of facts or propositions,
  2. There can be passages with graphs, or other textual, pictorial or diagrammatic representations having numerical information

The students would be required to derive necessary information from these passages, graphs, and/or other representations, and then apply mathematical operations on such information to get the appropriate answers.

English

Lessons Live Session(s) DRS Test(s)
English Usage Errors 01 02 02
English Comprehension 02
Language Proficiency 01
Vocabulary 01

Legal Aptitude

Lessons Live Session(s) DRS Test(s)
What is a Fact? 02 02 02
How Does a Legal Problem Arise? 02
Solving Legal Problems 02
Legal Propositions and a Set of Facts to Which Said Propositions Apply 02
The Study of Law, Research Aptitude and Problem-Solving Ability 02
Solving Problems and Facts in Legal Situations 02
Some Propositions May Not Be True in the Real Sense, to Assume the Truth of These Propositions and Answer the Question 02
Concept of Problem Solving 01
Mens Ria 02
What is Law? 02

GK and Current Affairs

Lessons Live Session(s) DRS Test(s)
Awareness of Major Things Around the World 02 02 02
Recent Events of the World 01
Current Affairs 01
General Awareness of Social Science 02
General Awareness of Environment 02
General Awareness of Civics 02
General Awareness of Economics 02
General Awareness of General Science 02
General Awareness of Geography 02
General Awareness of History 02

Basic Mathematics

Lessons Live Session(s) DRS Test(s)
Profit and Loss 01 02 02
Trigonometry 02
Percentage 01
Probability 01
Venn - Diagrams 01
Average 01
Speed, Time and Distance 01
Numbers 01
Triangles 01
Geometry 01
Permutation and Combination 01
Algebra 02

Logical Reasoning

Lessons Live Session(s) DRS Test(s)
Analogy 02 02 02
Series 02
Direction sense 02
Coding- Decoding 02
Numerical puzzles 01
Blood Relations 01
Variety of Logical Reasoning 02
Syllogism 02

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