I believe preparation is key. You have to prepare right from now and I also think in the exam time management will make or break it. A few pointers are given below on how CLAT aspirants can start preparation:

Read newspaper articles because by definition a news paper covers all recent “events of significance” just like the CLAT expects you to!
Read newspaper editorials because it gives you opinion pieces from eminent intellectuals and help you with bringing out an inference from the original problem. An editorial piece often starts with a passage giving context and then the author presents several arguments and finally concludes with his/her opinions.

Critical Reasoning: Know which type of question you are going to have to answer, and read the argument with that question in mind.
weaken the argument/find the flaw
strengthen the argument / supports the argument
find the assumption
draw inference/conclusion

Hope this gives you some clarity and boosts your confidence smile With the CLAT pattern change in mind, we are bringing changes to our teaching methodology at Paradygmlaw, to ensure students’ success as well as our enduring vision to send deserving students to the NLUs. All the best for your preparation!

I believe preparation is key. You have to prepare right from now and I also think in the exam time management will make or break it. A few pointers are given below on how CLAT aspirants can start preparation: Read newspaper articles because by definition a news paper covers all recent “events of significance” just like the CLAT expects you to! Read newspaper editorials because it gives you opinion pieces from eminent intellectuals and help you with bringing out an inference from the original problem. An editorial piece often starts with a passage giving context and then the author presents several arguments and finally concludes with his/her opinions. Critical Reasoning: Know which type of question you are going to have to answer, and read the argument with that question in mind. weaken the argument/find the flaw strengthen the argument / supports the argument find the assumption draw inference/conclusion Hope this gives you some clarity and boosts your confidence :) With the CLAT pattern change in mind, we are bringing changes to our teaching methodology at Paradygmlaw, to ensure students’ success as well as our enduring vision to send deserving students to the NLUs. All the best for your preparation!
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