CLAT 2018- Last Week Preparation Tips

Hina Yadav updated on : 16 Oct 2017
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Last week preparation has a huge impact on the performance in the exam. Check some helpful last week CLAT 2018 preparation tips here.

CLAT last week preparation tips

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is scheduled to take place on May 13, 2018. The CLAT exam is conducted once a year in the month of May. Students appear for CLAT 2018 examination to secure admission to the reputed 18 National Law Universities in India. Candidates prepare hard to score well in CLAT in order to get admission at one of the National Law Universities. This year, around 48,000 law aspirants are expected to appear for the exam, which means the competition has increased as compare to the previous year. The race to grab a seat among a total of 2312 seats across 18 NLUs through CLAT 2018 has got tougher. It won't be possible to achieve your goals by just adopting an ordinary preparation plan; rather, you need a smart CLAT 2018 preparation plan. To help the candidates, we have compiled a list of important things that should be included in the CLAT 2018 last week preparation.

Check 'How to prepare for CLAT 2018 in a week' to score better in the law exam. Some of the tips also include advice from CLAT toppers and experts.

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Don’t Start any New Topic:

This is very important to remember few days before your CLAT exam. The last few days before the exam are for revising and revisiting old, already prepared sections and not to start any new topics. You have a better chance at doing well in the topics you’ve already prepared than starting any new topic.

Revise as Much as You Can:

Revision is the key to success in any competitive exam. Try revising from your notes to cover more things in limited time. As it might not be possible to go through all the CLAT books 2018 just in one week, take help of the notes you made during exam preparation.

Analyse your Strengths and Weaknesses:

Once you have scored your mock tests, analyse the areas that are your strengths and weakness. Go back and revisit the chapters and topics that are your weakness.

Time Management:

With just a few days left for the exam, it is important to solve questions within a stipulated time. This practice of time management will come in very handy on the day of the exam because time management is one of the most important factors in clearing any competitive examination.

Practice Mock Tests:

Practising mock tests and solving sample papers is the best way to get into the exam mode and understand how it would be like to sit and appear for the CLAT exam. Aspirants should regularly solve previous year question papers, sample papers and mock tests conducted online. Taking mock tests online makes you feel more confident and comfortable in the examination hall. Taking mock test under perfect exam conditions is the key to get acquainted with the CLAT exam pattern 2018 and improving your speed.

Tune your Biological Clock:

Get into the habit of your daily schedule being the same as that on the exam day. Go to bed, wake up, and time your daily schedule as you would on the exam day. During the exam hours, solve mock tests so that your brain and body get accustomed to the exam day schedule.

Time your Travel:

Visit the examination centre a day before the exam and time your travel and distance. As per the travelling time and distance, time your sleep cycle, along with how much time you would take to get ready etc, and set your alarms for the exam day.

Keep Yourself up to Date with the Current Affairs:

Experts say that for LCAT preparation, students should read at least 2-3 newspapers daily. It is imperative that you be aware of the current affairs, especially in the days leading up to the exam day. Newspapers are also important for vocabulary building.

Rest and Eat Well:

It is important to be healthy on the day of the exam. Sleep well and eat well to keep the brain cells sharp and active to crack the CLAT 2018 examination.

Most importantly, have confidence and belief in yourself and your preparation. You’ve done your best, now leave the rest!

Good luck!
 

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