In November 2019 the CLAT Consortium came up with some reforms to the CLAT 2020 exam - these are the highlights of what they said in their press release:
a) #Clat2020 will be held on May 10, 2020
b) Reducing number of questions - now questions will be in the range of 120-150 Qs only.
c) change in pattern - sections in the Clat paper will be Comprehension based questions on
-Quantitative Techniques ( replacing maths),
-English ( focus on reading comprehension, doing away with vocabulary based questions like antonyms, synonyms etc,
-Current Affairs ( no static GK)
- Deductive Reasoning ( doing away with legal acumen, legal aptitude kind of questions
- Logical reasoning
The new CLAT 2020 paper will focus on the ability of a student to read paragraphs and decipher the information in it , they will lean towards deductive and inferential reasoning abilities of a student and not on the memorization skills.
Keep a lookout for further updates from the #clatconsortium about #clat2020 .