Does it scare you to think that the CLAT exam can be cleared with a preparation time of less than one month? Before you dismiss this as a pipe-dream or a figment of the imagination, OPUS reminds you that many candidates have actually cracked the test with just three weeks of preparation.
How to Crack CLAT in 3
Does it scare you to think that the CLAT exam can be cleared with a preparation
time of less than one month? Before you dismiss this as a pipe-dream or a figment
of the imagination, OPUS reminds you that many candidates have actually
cracked the test with just three weeks of preparation.
Do you feel low while thinking that the lack of time will
produce a negative impact on your CLAT score? It is
incorrect to assume that only those who spend months or up
to a year are the only ones who qualify in the CLAT exam.
If the challenge before you is the lack of sufficient time, refresh the thought that the CLAT exam
comprises several sections. Each section has to be tackled in a different way. What works for
English will not necessarily work for the GK section. Before you commence, calculate how much
time is available to start the preparation process. Keeping the following points in mind is strongly
recommended for those keen for a turnaround in just three weeks. This sounds unconvincing to the
logic-obsessed folks who grow up with the traditional thought that a satisfactory result is possible
with long-term preparation alone. OPUS has proved this contention wrong every year since its
inception with a brilliantly-structured crash course that does not crash your big dreams of entering
the hallowed portals of a law college of your choice in the country today.
If you wish to meticulously prepare for your exam, you should spend five to six hours every day
because it is enough to crack CLAT in one month.
When you put in extraordinary efforts while preparing for your examination, you have the ability
to score higher marks in the CLAT exam.
If you are new to CLAT, you should gain proper guidance from those who are well versed in this
field. A mentor like OPUS is what you should reach out to first.
Avoid dependence on online sites that urge you to lessen your physical efforts to hire the right
Effective guides are available online from reputed institutes like OPUS so you can clear your
doubts at any time.
By hiring law experts, you acquire an outstanding skill that helps you to crack the CLAT exam.
CLAT Crash Course 2017
Law aspirants looking forward to cracking CLAT without preparing for months and years have a
silver lining to bank on. OPUS gives them a window to strategize their preparation, by helping them
to achieve success in the CLAT exam. As said earlier, OPUS is a leading CLAT coaching centre to
design a crash course which helps CLAT hopefuls to strategize and execute a proper plan of
preparation. With each batch just three weeks long, it addresses the key challenge of making the
cut in a remarkably short period of time.
CLAT Crash Course Features
50+ hours of intensive training covering all the areas for CLAT / AILET / SET / LSAT and other
Super power packed sessions
6 hours a day 4 – 5 days a week Mentor Books / Class Handouts / Workshops / Online
Resources / 30+ Mocks
CLAT Crash Course Descriptions
The OPUS CLAT CRASH course is a power-packed agenda for a student who wishes to crack the
CLAT with a month-long preparation time. This is useful for students who want a thorough super
fast review of all the concepts of the CLAT. CLAT Crash Course focuses on building concepts in the
first two weeks and getting you test ready in the last week. You will be taken through all the
concepts tested over the course of the month with 4–5 hour long session every day. The OPUS
CLAT crash course starts after the board examination so you get the entire month of April to
prepare for the prestigious law entrance test.
CLAT Crash Course Key Features
Classes scheduled for 6 days a week – 5 hours a day
12 Mentor Books along with class handouts plus other courseware
5 Advanced Workshops to make you the ultimate test taker
10000 + topic wise questions with detailed explanatory answers uploaded onto your student
Unlimited backups and helpline session which the students are free to attend at their own
30+ Online Proctored Mocks, Review sessions
Past Year CLAT papers and reviewing strategies to ace the CLAT and other law entrances
CLAT Crash Course Target Audience
This course is intended for those interested in learning to master the CLAT, AILET, SET and other
Crack CLAT 2017 in 3 Weeks
Law entrance exams may not appear to be as competitive as engineering or medical entrance
exams, but the candidates who opt for CLAT tend to be focused and intent on getting admitted to
their dream law campus. Do not take this exam lightly and if you have not been preparing for it right
after the class XII board exams, some pointers that will help you score better in each section of
1. English Including Comprehension
The English section of CLAT 2017 will test aptitude in comprehension passages and grammar. In
the comprehension section, you will be questioned on your understanding of the passage and its
central theme, meanings of words used in the passage. The grammar section will carry questions
on rectification of incorrect sentences, filling in blanks with suitable words.
If you had started preparing for CLAT after the board exams, you are not likely to have much time
for vocabulary. Focus on what problems you face in the English section while taking CLAT mock
tests. Identify your grey areas and improve them in the last three weeks. You can look at the high-
frequency words (coaching institute provides such lists) if you do wish to increase word power.
2. General Knowledge / Current Affairs
The GK section of CLAT 2017 will test your knowledge of current affairs. This is one of the highly
scoring sections of CLAT. Be prepared for this section.
Reading the newspapers regularly, keeping a tab on vital matters highlighted by the media in the
last year would have been sufficient preparation to handle this section. If you have not been doing
so, follow some last-minute tips to ramp up your score in this section.
Aside from rummaging through yearbooks, do not miss news of any of the awards and games.
CLAT is a law entrance exam so you should be updated about recent happenings in the legal
Revisit your elementary mathematics formulae and concepts. Maths taught till class 10 to crack the
Mathematics section of CLAT 2017.
4. Logical Reasoning
The logical reasoning section of CLAT 2017 will assess your ability to identify patterns, logical links
and rectify illogical arguments. The kind of questions asked will be from a wide array of logical
reasoning questions like syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies.
There are two types of questions in this section – logical, both verbal/critical and analytical.
Analytical questions need tremendous practice before you can be comfortable. The logical
questions are not difficult to tackle if you have the basic logical sense. With a little bit of practice, it
can be improved a lot.
5. Legal Aptitude
For the legal aptitude section of CLAT 2017, take note that you will not be tested on any prior
knowledge of law or legal concepts. If a technical or legal term appears in the question, that term
will be explained in the question itself. The questions will be designed to test your ‘legal aptitude’.
If you are good at logical reasoning, you will perform well here. Try getting your hands on the
previous years’ question papers. Questions get repeated from this section quite often with little or no
Things to Keep in Mind
There is negative marking in CLAT. You must, therefore, be careful in the choice of questions.
Since there are no specific time limits for any section, you can follow any order while attempting.
However, it is better to start with the GK section. It carries questions which you would either know or
be unaware of. You can get over with this section in no time and rest assured of at least 30-40
marks if your GK preparation has been good. Completing a section in the first 15-20 minutes will
give a psychological advantage. It will boost your confidence as you proceed to the next section
which should either be English or Logical Reasoning. The English section will have antonyms,
synonyms, and fill in the blanks. These can be tackled within a few minutes. Mathematics and Legal
Reasoning sections should be kept for the end as they can be quite time-consuming.
Best of luck!
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