Clat 2013: Analysisv by TestCracker

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First things first – CLAT 2013 was on the expected lines and it was manageable or should we say,
crackable! We were there at the gates talking to CLAT takers and we have got an exhaustive feedback from our students too (we are happy to know we could successfully predict most of the questions – but we will do the chest-thumping act in a bit!). TestCracker is not here to pronounce a judgment on CLAT 2013 – but merely to present to you the facts of the matter…

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Clat 2013: Analysisv by TestCracker

  1. 1. © www.testcracker.in Mail – support@testcracker.in Call - +91 9739800887CLAT 2013 – Analyzed by TestCrackerFirst things first – CLAT 2013 was on the expected lines and it was manageable or should we say,crackable! We were there at the gates talking to CLAT takers and we have got an exhaustivefeedback from our students too (we are happy to know we could successfully predict most of thequestions – but we will do the chest-thumping act in a bit!). TestCracker is not here to pronounce ajudgment on CLAT 2013 – but merely to present to you the facts of the matter…The splitSubject Total Questions Average Attempts Cracking AttemptsG.K. 50 25-30 40+English & Comprehension 40 22-26 32+Mathematics 20 8-10 12+Logical Reasoning 40 24-28 32+Legal Aptitude 50 30-34 40+Overall 200 109-128 156+[Attempt = Sure knowledge of the answer or a reasonable guess – not a random answer!]To sum it up GK was easy – The section was slightly inclined towards Current Affairs and the questionswere expected. We made our students focus on India’s performance in Olympics 2012 in ourregular study material (we also covered Indias performance in Olympics in our free currentaffairs blog) – and guess what – there were atleast 3 straightforward questions (Sushil, Vijayand Gagan) from there! There were the usual questions on personalities, organizations and‘special days’. If you were regularly following news, you would have found the section easy. English & Comprehension was moderate – The section had one passage (with tenquestions), five questions each on para-jumbles, idioms and phrases and ten questions onprepositions. No sentence correction or ‘spot the error’ question was asked. The passagebased questions were straight forward and barring a few phrases and para-jumbles, almostall the questions were crackable. Mathematics was moderate - This section required application of the basic concepts – tothose who had practiced the paper appeared easy. There were questions from Geometry,Mensuration and Arithmetic. In our crash course, we had focused on all the aspects (ratio &proportion, percentages, profit & loss, speed-time-distance-work, area...) and have we notbeen proved correct! To the future CLAT takers –we predict that Mathematics is one sectionwhich may become tougher – agreed there are just 20 Questions – but they make a lot ofdifference. And without Mathematics, you may even struggle in LR… Logical Reasoning was easy - This section was mostly about Analytical Reasoning. Therewere 5 questions each on Blood Relationships, Syllogisms, Course of Action, Series, andAnalogies. The bulk went to Arrangements, which had 15 questions.
  2. 2. © www.testcracker.in Mail – support@testcracker.in Call - +91 9739800887 Legal Aptitude was moderate – This section, always our favourite, had a few questionswhich were repeated from CLAT 2012! There were questions based on legal principles, torts,criminal law, family law, IPR and the Constitution. TestCracker had covered all these in wayswhich would have made it really easy for its students to recall all the principles and facts.Overall, the paper was…predictable and crackable. If you had prepared well, justice would havebeen done.One Announcement – for CLAT 2014 hopefulsOur Crash Course has been successful – in terms of participation, in terms of our predictions and interms of our students’ preparation. We are excited to inform you that we are launching our LongTerm CLAT Cracker (LTCC) Module for CLAT 2014 from 15thJune 2013. We will shortly upload thedetailed planner on our website.Please get in touch with us at support@testcracker.in or +91 97398 00887.And keep reading our daily current affairs analysis on www.testcracker.in – make it habit!

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