Updated: July 28, 2021 9:52:10 am
CLAT 2021 Answer Key: The Consortium of National Law Universities will release the final answer key for the Common Law Admission Test 2021 (CLAT) held on July 23, 2021. The provisional answer key was released on July 23 at 9 pm along with the portal to raise objections which was shut on July 24 at 9 pm.
The Consortium has removed one question from the CLAT 2021 UG question paper, after which the students will now be evaluated out of 149 marks and not 150. Meanwnile, four answers from CLAT UG and one answer from CLAT PG have been modified.
The dates for the result announcement have also been released by the exam authority. The CLAT 2021 result will be announced tomorrow. The CLAT exam was held on July 23 in offline mode. Candidates can check the result as well as couneslling schedule on the official website – consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
The counselling registration process will begin from July 29 by invitation to approximately five times the number of seats in each category. The counselling process will end on July 30 in which the candidates will have to pay Rs 50,000 to block the seat.
Candidates who have appeared for the CLAT 2021 for UG and PG programmes can access the answer key on the official website of the Consortium- consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
There are four different series of question booklets and students must check the question numbers from their own booklets with the master question booklet.
CLAT 2020 answer key: How to download
Step 1: Visit the official website consortiumofnlus.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the answer key link
Step 3: A PDF will appear on the screen, check the answer key, download
Candidates who score at least 40 per cent marks are considered to pass the exam and are eligible for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate level courses. For reserved category candidates, the cut-off is 35 per cent, as per rules.
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