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hey ,

I'm studying in Symbiosis Law School , Pune.

After spending a semester in college I'm still pretty unsatisfied here and would like to attempt CLAT 2016.

Is it possible to crack CLAT though in a period of 6 months? 

And I have subscribed to an online test series just a few days back , my only major concern is I don't have enough time and need to work really hard on maths and analytical reasoning my major weaknesses.

Would be really grateful is someone could give some advice on how to go about this process,

Thank you.

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In 6 months it is possible to crack CLAT, go to another continent for a month, learn another language and maybe a few more things too.

Start off with this - http://clathacker.com/profiles/blogs/the-clathacker-interview-serie...

You have the time and you know where you went wrong in your last attempt. If you want a personalized plan you'll need to tell more about your strengths, weaknesses, time at hand, material, and where you went wrong in CLAT 2014.

In 6 months it is possible to crack CLAT, go to another continent for a month, learn another language and maybe a few more things too.

Start off with this - http://clathacker.com/profiles/blogs/the-clathacker-interview-serie...

You have the time and you know where you went wrong in your last attempt. If you want a personalized plan you'll need to tell more about your strengths, weaknesses, time at hand, material, and where you went wrong in CLAT 2015.


right , so I'm pretty decent with Legal and English section and majorly lack in Maths and Analytical Reasoning within Logical Reasoning. I have about 6 months to make it into a good national law school. And have subscribed to CL off classroom course which basically provides you with all the material.

major flaw in CLAT 2015 apart from the fact that I found the paper horribly tough , the mathematics and analytical section completely stumped me over.

What approach do you think should I start off with needless to say I need to build my mathematics and logical section.

Thanks a ton
Aditya Mehra said:

In 6 months it is possible to crack CLAT, go to another continent for a month, learn another language and maybe a few more things too.

Start off with this - http://clathacker.com/profiles/blogs/the-clathacker-interview-serie...

You have the time and you know where you went wrong in your last attempt. If you want a personalized plan you'll need to tell more about your strengths, weaknesses, time at hand, material, and where you went wrong in CLAT 2015.

Start Math and AR from the ground up.Even if there are 20 'chapters' in Math, make sure you're good at least 15. Similarly in AR, in all the possible types of questions, start off gradually by taking one type and becoming a master at it. If you hadn't done the past year papers from pre-CLAT era, do it. Try and take some help for Math and AR, either through videos or help a from a friend. See if CL will allow you to attend a few classes. 

You should start off the other three from a very high level. It is unlikely that the tough 2015 paper will be repeated, but test yourself with really tough questions from LST. But at the same time make your foundation in the past year papers including pre-CLAT era ones very strong. You must take mocks from now and keep rveiewing each mock you take and the ones you took last year to keep getting better. 

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