The consortium of all the National Law Universities released the admit card for Common Law Admission Test, CLAT 2020. The administration released the admit card of the students on the official website consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
The CLAT 2020 is postponed many times due to the worsening conditions of COVID-19. Finally, the administration will conduct the exam on September 28, 2020.
MINIMUM MARKS TO SCORE IN CLAT 2020
According to the official notice, candidates who will appear for CLAT 2020 will sign the admit card in front of the invigilators. The duration of CLAT is two hours. Students will get to solve the total number of 150 questions. They have to score at least 40 percent in the entrance test. They will be eligible to take admission to undergraduate and postgraduate level courses.
MINIMUM MARKS IN CLAT 2020 FOR RESERVED CATEGORY STUDENTS
Students under the reserved category have to score a minimum of 35 percent marks to take admission in undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
DOWNLOAD CLAT 2020 ADMIT CARD
All the students appearing for the Entrance Test can follow these steps to download the Admit Card.
• Visit the official website consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
• The link of the admit card appears. Click on it.
• Log in to the ID by filling the details.
• Admit card will appear on the screen. Download it.
NO DOUBTS ABOUT QUESTIONS IN CLAT 2020
During the test, the administration will not entertain any doubts and clarifications related to the questions of examination. If any candidate faces any hardware or software problem in the computer that the authority will allow them, he/she have to immediately inform the invigilator to rectify it. In case it would not be possible to rectify the problem at that time, the authority will allow another computer to the candidate. The timer will be stopped at that time and will resume when the candidate will continue his/her exam.