CLAT Result 2022 Score card Allotment

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2022 was successfully conducted on 19 June 2022. The test was held at various centres across the country. CLAT is an all India entrance examination conducted by National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their under-graduate (UG) and post-graduate (PG) courses i.e. LL.B and LL.M and for Integrated Degree Course like BA-LLB, B.Com-LLB, B.Sc.-LLB & Other Approved Coursed by Bar Council of India. Candidates can check CLAT Score card 2022 from the direct link given here. CLAT was successfully held at various centres all over India. In this exam.
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The result of CLAT 2022 exam has declared on 25.06.2022 on

Candidates need to login at to check result. Earlier CLAT had invited applications for this entrance test. Eligible candidates had applied up to 09 May 2022. Now the written exam had been conducted successfully and the process of preparation of results is complete.

CLAT Exam Pattern: Exam Pattern for CLAT Exam 2022 is as Follows:

Pattern of CLAT PG
Exam Description
Total Marks 120
No. of questions 120
Duration of Examination Two hours (02:00   hours)
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Constitutional Law
Other areas of law such as Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law, Public International Law, Tax Law, Environmental Law, and Labour & Industrial Law
Negative marking 0.25 Marks for each wrong answer
Pattern of CLAT UG
Exam Description:
English Language
Current Affairs, including General Knowledge
Legal Reasoning
Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Techniques
Negative marking: 0.25 for each wrong answer
Total Marks 150
No. of questions 150
Duration of Examination Two hours (02:00   hours)


Candidates can check results directly from after announcement. The process to check result through Official website is given below.
1. Candidates should visit result page using link below.
2. Then the candidates need to enter their date of birth in the field given and press Submit.
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