The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT 2023) registration window closed on Friday, November 18, 2022. Candidates who have already submitted their CLAT application but have not yet paid the fee can pay the fee and complete their registration for CLAT 2023 till November 20 (11:59 PM). The Consortium of National Law Universities, which conducts CLAT, has also made a provision to update the test locations by tomorrow, November 20, 2022.
“CLAT candidates may update their preferred test location indicated in the application form on or before 11.59 pm on 20th November, 2022. Subsequent requests for change of location will not be accepted,” a consortium statement said.
The provision to review and update the candidates’ name, date of birth and reservations, eligibility in the event any corrections are required is also open.
CLAT 2023: How To Edit Preferred Test Centre
- Login to CLAT account
- Click ‘Edit Application’ button
- Go to ‘Preferences’ tab
- Update the three preferred test locations
- Click the Next (>) button to go to the ‘Reservation’ tab. Scroll down, agree to the declaration and click the ‘Submit Form’ button
The CLAT 2023 registration fee for candidates belonging to General, OBC, PWD, NRI, PIO and OCI categories is Rs.4,000/- while it is Rs.3,500/- for SC, ST and BPL category candidates.
Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has prescribed CLAT syllabus for UG and PG. UG CLAT 2023 syllabus comprises of five sections –
General Knowledge including Current Affairs
Logical Reasoning and
On the other hand, CLAT PG syllabus is based on the core subjects of LLB programme. Candidates appearing for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) must be well versed with the syllabus as it guides them in their preparation.