CLAT Student Reactions 2017 – Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna is conducting CLAT 2017 on May 14, 2017. CLAT is one of the most reputed law entrance exams for both the LLB and LLM programmes. Each year, one of the National Law Universities conducts the test. This year, the test is held across 65 cities and around 51,000 law aspirants are expected to appear for the test. There is a total of 604 LLM seats and 2312 LLB seats in the NLUs. The test is held in a computer-based mode. Go through this page for all the latest updates on CLAT student reactions 2017 from the examination centre. Also, know about the analysis, expected cutoff scores and glitches (if any) in CLAT 2017 here.
May 14, 2017 (5:10 pm) - The Exam Ends
CLAT 2017 is over now. The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. The questions in the Legal Aptitude section were a bit tough while the English, Mathematics and General Knowledge section was easy.
May 14, 2017 (3:00 pm) - The exam starts
CLAT 2017 has now officially begun. A total of 65 cities across the nation is conducting the test for admission to the LLB and LLM programmes of the 18 NLUs and other Law Schools.
May 14, 2017 (2:30 pm) - The gate closes
The gates are now closed. However, there are few students who have reached the examination centre now. They are requesting for entry but the invigilators are not allowing them. Even the parents are talking to the invigilators and asking them to let them enter.
May 14, 2017 (2:15 pm) - Last 15 minutes to close the gate
Only 15 minutes are left and students are still reaching the venue.
Apoorva has prepared well for the test and has written 25 mock tests in the last months.
Himanshu is appearing for the first time and is worried about Legal Aptitude section. Also, he is not quite confident regarding the Mathematics and English sections.
May 14, 2017 (1:45 pm) - Student Speaks
Pragya is appearing for the second time and is confident to crack CLAT 2017 this time. She has gone through the GK sections including the latest updates of the past few days.
Sana is worried about the Legal Aptitude and the English section. She is quite confident regarding reasoning, GK and Mathematics.
Tanushree is of 25 years and is happy regarding the Honourable Supreme Court's decision to remove the upper age limit for the LLB programmes. She wants to be a cyber lawyer.
May 14, 2017 (1:30 pm)
The crowd is growing and candidates have started entering the gate towards their classrooms.
May 14, 2017 (1:00 pm) - The gathering starts
Most of the students have reached the examination centre along with their parents. They have started looking for the roll number and the allotted classrooms on the sheet provided in front of the gate.