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The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) Kochi will issue the CLAT 2018 admit card on April 26, 2018. The admit card of CLAT 2018 was earlier scheduled to be released on April 20. However, due to some technical reasons, candidates will now only be able to access the CLAT admit card on the newly announced date ie. April 26, 2018. Candidates will be able to download the CLAT Admit Card 2018 by logging into their registered CLAT accounts. The CLAT admit card will mention various details about the candidature as well as examination. CLAT 2018 admit card is an important document and needs to be kept safe till the admission process of NLUs gets over. Candidates appearing in common law admission test also need to check below process to download CLAT 2018 admit card/ hall ticket. Candidates are also advised to download their CLAT admit at the earliest as the official website might get traffic-bundled in the last days. The last date for downloading CLAT admit card is May 13, 2018 as NUALS Kochi will be conducting the online exam on the scheduled date. Scroll below to know more on CLAT 2018 admit card.

CLAT Admit Card 2018: Important dates

Event Date
Issue of Admit Card April 26, 2018
Last date to download admit card May 13, 2018
Conduct of online CLAT 2018 May 13, 2018
Declaration of CLAT 2018 Result May 31, 2018


CLAT Admit Card 2018

Owing to some technical reasons, the downloading of Admit Card will commence only from April 26, 2018

Instructions for Candidates

Here we are providing some instructions for candidates for exam day:

  • Candidates should check the details mentioned in the admit card and if any discrepancy found contact to the CLAT officials.
  • Visit the exam centre before one day from the examination.
  • Students will not be allowed to enter in the examination hall without valid admit card & ID proof.

CLAT Admit Card 2018: Important points

  • CLAT 2018 admit card will be issued only online and no hard copies will be sent to the law exam applicants.

  • Candidates will be needed to download their hall tickets (CLAT admit card) by entering their login and password through the official link of admit card provided in this page.

  • CLAT 2018 admit card mentions candidature and examination details including name of the candidate, date of birth, roll number, examination date, timing and testing location.

  • Law aspirants are needed to check their downloaded admit cards of CLAT 2018 for ensuring correctness of the printed details.

  • In case of any mistake or discrepancy in CLAT admit card details specially information like candidate’s name, parents’ name, category, date of birth, etc., the law aspirants need to bring it into the notice of CLAT officials and get the same rectified before the conduct of the law entrance examination.

  • Candidates are also advised to keep extra copies of CLAT 2018 admit card as in case of misplacement of one, the other copies could be used later.

  • No candidate without a valid admit card of CLAT 2018 will be allowed to appear in the common law admission test.

  • Moreover, the CLAT admit card needs to be accompanied by any of the identity proofs as mentioned below.

  • Candidates are also needed to read the instructions as provided along with the e-admit card as it shares important details about CLAT 2018 and its conducting process.

Download Here: CLAT Admit Card 2018 - Available Now

How to Download CLAT Admit Card

Here we are providing some important instructions to download the admit card:

  • Visit the official website link (click here)
  • A new login page will be displayed on the screen.
  • Enter your Registered Email ID and Password carefully.
  • After filling the details, click on the “Login” button.
  • The admit card will appear on the screen.
  • Download and take printout of it.
  • Don’t forget to take some extra printouts and keep them safe for further use.

The two-hour examination will be of 200 marks and have multiple choice questions. The subject areas are: English, including comprehension (40 marks); general knowledge and current affairs (50 marks); elementary mathematics - numerical ability (20 marks);legal aptitude (50 marks) and logical reasoning (40 marks). The 200 questions will be of one mark each and 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

English including comprehension

Comprehension passages and grammar will test the candidate’s proficiency in English. How they understand a passage, its central theme, etc, will be assessed. Correction of incorrect sentences, filling in the blanks will be a part of the grammar section. Reading as many books as possible, especially English classics, and checking grammar textbooks will definitely help.

General knowledge and current affairs

Candidates will be tested on their general awareness, including static general knowledge. Questions on current affairs will test their knowledge of national and international current affairs. Make sure you go through newspapers thoroughly, both international and Indian. Web access to top publications and their e-papers will also help.


A candidate will have to solve elementary mathematics in this section. As the questions will test candidates’ basic mathematical abilities, go over everything you’ve studied up to Class 10.

Legal aptitude

This section will test the candidate’s knowledge of matters related to law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Instructions in the CLAT website say “Questions may include legal propositions (described in the paper), and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be ‘true’ in the real sense, candidates will have to assume the ‘truth’ of these propositions and answer the questions accordingly.”

Logical reasoning

The logical reasoning section will test you on “identifying patterns, logical links and rectifying illogical arguments”. Questions in this section will be based on on logical reasoning such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc.


The pattern of the question paper for admission to the postgraduate (LLM) course is as under:

Duration of the exam: Two hours

Maximum marks: 150

Multiple choice questions: 150 questions of one mark each

Areas covered in the paper are:

1.Constitutional law (50 marks)

2. Jurisprudence (50 marks)

3. Other subjects such as: Contract, torts, criminal law, international law, IPR (50 marks).

4. 0.25 marks will be deducted for wrong answers.

CLAT 2018: Exam pattern

For UG Programme: The 200 marks exam will be two-hour long where Multiple-Choice Questions will be asked. There will be 200 questions of one mark each and there is negative marking of 0.25 mark for each wrong answer. Questions will be asked from English, including comprehension, general knowledge and current affairs, elementary mathematics (numerical ability), legal aptitude and logical reasoning.

For PG Programme: A total of 150 questions will be asked that will carry one mark each. The exam will be two-hour long. There will be negative marking of 0.25. Questions will be asked from constitutional law, jurisprudence and other law subjects such as contract, torts, criminal law, international law, IPR etc.

Details Mentioned in Admit Card

Here we have listed some details given in the admit card of CLAT exam:

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Category
  • Father’s Name
  • Mother’s Name
  • Signature
  • Photograph
  • Registration ID/ Roll Number
  • Exam Date & Timing
  • Centre of Exam
  • Course Applied for
  • Instructions for exam

Documents Required at Exam Centre

On the examination day, candidates have to bring any one valid identity proof along with the admit card. Candidates who do not bring any ID proof will not be permitted to write the examination. Candidates can bring any one of the following ID proofs:

  • Aadhaar Card.
  • PAN Card.
  • Driving License.
  • Passport.
  • Voter ID Card.
  • Any other official document issued by Union or State Government.