Online CLAT Exam Preparation Course

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CLAT

25th June 2020

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CLAT

25th June 2020

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CLAT

25th June 2020

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Skill Development (1 to 1 Mentorship)

  • Skill Development video lectures
  • 2 weekly mentorship classes in 1 to 1 manner
  • Live classes and discussions everyday
  • Batch debate every week
  • Regular Assessment
This course is available for: Rs. 35,000/- (Exclusive of GST)

Skill Development (1 to 3 Mentorship)

  • Skill Development video lectures
  • 2 weekly mentorship classes in 1 to 1 manner
  • Live classes and discussions everyday
  • Batch debate every week
  • Regular Assessment
This course is available for: Rs. 20,000/- (Exclusive of GST)

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Why choose AKS for your CLAT coaching?

Expert Faculties

Our faculty team is made of highly experienced subject experts from various law schools and legal backgrounds to provide the best coaching ever

Current Affairs and GK

Regular and reliable current affairs notes are provided for the students. They are also periodically discussed in the classes. News articles that aren’t based on legal, political, or economic aspects are taught as a part of General Knowledge classes.

Weekly Events

Learn the personality traits to become an IAS officer, making it simpler to navigate through the preparation process.

Tech-Support

The students can learn anywhere with the help of recorded video lectures, AKS app and regularly updated YouTube page which provides everything from study modules to current affairs.

Test Series

Our Mock Test Series is constantly updated to match the changing syllabus while still keeping the previous year questions in mind. The National Level Test Series also allows the students to see where they are at the overall level.

Legal Reasoning

Students are taught how to critically analyse the given comprehension while looking for legal aspects of it. Application of the rules and principles to various scenarios are also discussed.

Recorded Video Lectures

Top notch visual study aids and video lectures are incorporated into the classes for the best learning experience.

Daily News Analysis

Learn the personality traits to become an IAS officer, making it simpler to navigate through the preparation process.

What will be covered in this foundation course?

Reading Comprehension

Reading comprehension is not just important for the English section, but also for Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning and Legal Reasoning sections. The comprehension passages are 300 to 450 words long based on the section. We train our students to read and effectively interpret the passage in a timely manner. One must have an eye for detail and precision, yet adhere to a strict time schedule to come out as the best. We also help improve their grammar and vocabulary skills.

Quantitative and Logical Reasoning

Quantitative Reasoning is based on elementary maths and data interpretation. The students are taught maths up until the tenth grade level to provide the basics. They will be trained and tested on word problems, graphs, algebra, mensuration, etc. Logical reasoning questions are based on the provided passages and the inference we draw from reading it.

Current Affairs and General Knowledge

Contemporary national and international news are regularly discussed in the current affairs classes. Apart from the political, and economical issues, important legal cases, court rulings and changing policies are also discussed. Arts, culture and major historical events make up the general knowledge section.

Legal Reasoning

Legal reasoning is also a passage based section. The passages will be related to laws, public policies, philosophies, morals and legal issues. The candidates are taught to identify the principles and rules in the given paragraph, and ways to apply them to various situations. Discussing contemporary legal issues and policy regulations in the class provides them with real life examples to learn from.

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Here are some frequently answered questions

No. The ideal period to start preparing would be in eleventh grade or at least by the beginning of twelfth grade. Practice makes everything easier and starting early will help you score better.
One must pass twelfth grade with a minimum of 45% marks to be eligible for CLAT. If you have failed any paper, you can’t apply for CLAT until you clear that.
We provide the best quality reading comprehensions as a part of the practice series as well as the test packages. The students can also practice comprehension passages from SAT and LSAT guides.
You can enroll for CLAT coaching classes after completing eleventh grade. Please contact our nearest branch for details about upcoming batches.
CLAT coaching can also be very helpful for candidates appearing for any other law entrance exams such as AILET, SLAT, LSAT India, and DU LLB.