The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2018 is soon going to begin its registration and application process and candidates should know how to apply for it. All the candidates who wish to seek admission in India’s top 19 national law universities’ (NLUs) for the undergraduate or the postgraduate courses will have to go through the stringent selection criteria of writing the entrance test and then undergo interview if selected.
Here’re registration & exam dates of CLAT 2018
CLAT is an all India level national entrance test for aspirants who wish to make the career in the field of law. As per the notification issued by the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, the university conducting CLAT 2018, the registration will commence from January 1, 2018. The entire registration process will be made online while the application forms will be made available online on the official website www.clat.ac.in as well. The last date for filling up the application form and its submission is March 31, 2018. However, the final exam for CLAT 2018 is scheduled for May 13, 2018, and the time slot fixed for it is between 3 pm to 5 pm.
Steps to apply for CLAT 2018
To fill up the application form for CLAT 2018, candidates are required to visit the official website www.clat.ac.in. To register themselves for the national law entrance test, candidates will have to log in through their personal e-mail IDs and mobile phone number. Once you have opened the homepage of the website address mentioned above, candidates are directed click on the tab ‘Click here for new registration’. Now you are required to enter their name, email address along with their mobile number.
Once you have submitted the required details, a provisional registration number along with the password will be generated automatically. The notification of this automated registration number and password will be conveyed through an email and SMS. Now use these two to log in and fill up the application form of CLAT 2018.
Candidates are requested to kindly go through the application forms carefully before filling it up. They should write each and every word clearly without an error of spelling in writing their mother and father’s name. All details filled in the registration forms should be similar to what it is mentioned in their class 10 mark sheet, certificates, and ID proof.