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The 16 National Law Universities (NLUs) conduct an all India entrance examination Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Find here chapter-wise test prep for English, Math, Reasoning, Legal Aptitude/Reasoning, GK Notes, GK Tests, Mocks, and Previous Year Papers.

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This thread is dedicated to preparation for Legal Aptitude/ Awareness section of Law entrance exams like CLAT. You may share questions related to topics like Legal Reasoning, Law and Judiciary, Legal Facts, Main-Types of Laws etc.

Shivendra Nigam
Posted 1 day ago

The residuary powers with regard to law making are vested in the a) Parliament b)State legislature c) Executive d) Judiciary

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Logical Reasoning section of Law entrance exams like CLAT. You may share questions related to topics like Blood Relations, Logical Games, Coding Decoding, Series Completion etc.

Sandeep Singh
Posted 20 days ago

Directions: The question below has a conclusion followed by two statements A and B. Which statement(s) is/are adequate to arrive at the conclusion?

The Shoemaker-Levy collision with Jupiter was an unprecedented event in the universe.

A. Never before the Shoemaker-Levy collision has the earth been a witness to a comet`s collision with a planet.

B. Never before in the universe`s history have many projectiles repeatedly struck a planet.

This thread is dedicated to discuss general Law queries

Sandeep Singh
Posted 1 month ago

What is the number of prime factors in the expression 610 border=0 717 border=0 1127?

This thread is dedicated to preparation for GK Test section of Law

Pankaj Sharma
Posted 3 months ago

What is NALSA explain

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Quantitative Ability section of Law entrance exams like CLAT. You may share questions related to topics like Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Measurement, Statistics, Modern Mathematics etc.

Sanjana Patnaik
Posted 4 months ago

Time taken by an aeroplane to cover certain distance is directly proportional to the distance and inversely proportional to the velocity. The velocity in turn varies directly as the square root of the fuel consumed per kg and inversely as the number of passengers in the plane. In a journey of 50 km in half an hour with 18 passengers, 100 kg of fuel is required. How much fuel will be consumed in a journey of 42 km in 28 min with 16 passengers?

Mahesh Krishnamurthy
Posted 9 months ago

The Constitution of India was adopted by the

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Verbal Ability section of Law entrance exams like CLAT. You may share questions related to topics like Reading Comprehension, Grammar, Vocabulary, Verbal Reasoning etc.

Mahesh Krishnamurthy
Posted 9 months ago

What does the policy of "Laissez Faire” stand for?