Every CLAT Student must be aware of the CLAT 2022 Syllabus before the preparation starts. TG Campus® provide the CLAT 2022 section-wise syllabus to help aspirants to get the detailed syllabus in one place.
The CLAT Syllabus can be bifurcated into the following sections
Students who are opting for the CLAT 2022 examination for Undergraduate programs should go through the syllabus before preparing for the examination. The CLAT syllabus 2022 would have five sections, with each section carrying a fixed weightage. The detailed section-wise marks distribution has been enumerated below.
|Subjects||Number of Questions||Marks||Percent Weightage|
|English Language||28-32 questions||28-32||~20%|
|General Knowledge and Current Affairs||35-39 questions||35-39||~25%|
|Legal Aptitude||35-39 questions||35-39||~25%|
|Logical Reasoning||28-32 questions||28-32||~20%|
|Mathematical Ability||13-17 questions||13-17||~10%|
|Type of questions asked||The Questions in this section are mainly Comprehension-type/passage-based questions|
|Source material or content of passages||Generally, the passages have around 450 words and are taken from contemporary significant fiction & non-fiction writing|
Comprehension and language skills
Ability to draw inferences and conclusions
Ability to summarise the passage
Identify arguments and viewpoints
Word meaning and phrases
|Type of questions asked||The Questions in this section are mainly Comprehension-type/passage-based questions based on Static general knowledge and current affairs.|
|Source material or content of passages||The source for the passages includes News Articles, journalistic sources, and non-fiction writing.|
Awareness of the following topics
Contemporary events of significance from India and the world.
Arts and culture.
International affairs; and
Historical events of continuing significance.
|Type of questions asked||Comprehension-type passage of 450 words each followed by objective type questions|
|Content of passages||Fact situations or scenarios involving legal matters, public policy questions, or moral philosophical inquiries.|
|Focus area||General awareness of contemporary legal and moral issues |
Identify and infer the rules and principles given in the passage.
Apply rules and principles to various fact situations
Ability to understand how changes to the rules or principles may change their application to various fact situations.
|Type of questions asked||Passage-based (300-word long) objective questions|
|Content of passages||Based on sets and arguments, puzzles, diagrams, relationships and others|
|Skills to be tested|
Ability to identify arguments and their premises and draw conclusions
Ability to critically analyse patterns of reasoning, and assess how conclusions may depend on particular premises or evidence
Infer what follows from the passage and apply these inferences to new situations
Draw relationships and analogies,
Identify contradictions and equivalence, and assess the effectiveness of arguments.
|Type of questions asked||Sets of facts or propositions, graphs, or other textual, pictorial, or diagrammatic representations of numerical information, followed by a series of questions.|
|Skills to be tested|
Derive, infer, and manipulate numerical information set out in such passages, graphs, or other representations; and
Apply various 10th standard mathematical operations