How to prepare for Law entrance exams?

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    Prateek Sengar | Guide-Level 13

    6 years ago
    Hi Dev,Law Entrance Examinations have become more competitive nowadays. So the candidates need to be careful while preparing for those. You can clear the tests if you go through a systematic preparation. 1. You should collect as much previous question papers and work out on them. This will give an idea about the exam pattern and syllabus.2. You should develop the habit of reading national and local news and this will certainly be useful to improve your vocabulary and reading skills.3. You should collect the weeklies on current affairs as this may help you to update your general awareness.4. You should spend at least three or four hours every ... view more
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    yaman khandelwal

    6 years ago
    the best way to prepare for law entrance examination is to read newspaper which will develop your general knowledge and also the editorial section will improve your reading comprehension.
    Next thing is to try out various practice tests available online which will increase your logical and analytical reasoning as well as time management skills.
    And for the legal reasoning part also you must find some coaching institutes or can follow some online social media pages.
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    Jyotsna Sonavane | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    The entrance exams for law is not as easy as it was earlier. Law means the art of managing time. The first thing you need to do is to concentrate on vocabulary, reading comprehension and grammar and sentence correction. I would suggest you to study all the disciplines related to trade, finance and international economics.
    Mostly, all competitive exams constitute of 25 percent of general knowledge questions. So, you should prepare accordingly. The current affairs knowledge should be updated and practice logical reasoning such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc. You should be aware of legal news happening in and around.
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    Vaibhav Soni

    5 years ago
    One can prepare for the law exam by self-study or by joining a good coaching institute. Study from good books like universal and many others for the law section. English, reasoning and maths sections need daily practice while GK section can be covered by reading newspapers and magazines. For current affairs, refer to different websites and portals.
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    Hello Dev,1. You should collect as much previous question papers and work out on them. This will give an idea about the exam pattern and syllabus. 2. You should develop the habit of reading national and local news and this will certainly be useful to improve your vocabulary and reading skills. 3. You should collect the weeklies on current affairs as this may help you to update your general awareness. 4. You should spend at least three or four hours every day to study the subjects. Reference Books for Exam:-A Comprehensive Book of English Grammar by Dr. B. JainCommon Law Admission Test [CLAT] by Hema RamanStudy Package for CLAT & LL.B. Entranc... view more
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    Neha Jaiswal

    4 years ago
    Always remember that to crack you need to read more and more.That would cover 3 subjects in a go, English, GA and to some extent legal reasoning too.
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    Navita Aggarwal

    3 years ago
    Hi
    Preparing for law entrance exam is more competitive these days. However, the areas to be taken care of are:
    English
    Legal reasoning
    Logical reasoning
    Current affairs
    These days, coaching have started which gives your insight of this exam
    Best of luck.
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    ADVOCATE NEHA Batra | Guide-Level 14

    3 years ago
    Start preparing for some basic laws like constitution of India, some basic Criminal laws, and General knowledge. Maths questions also come into class 10.
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    Fidha Kalangodathil

    4 years ago
    You should be good at general knowledge and current affairs.
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    Ravi Anand I am a student. | Contributor-Level 9

    2 years ago
    Given below are the expert highlights for a complete 2-month study schedule of DULLB preparation.
    Maintain the preparation schedule for at least 2 months. Studyminimum two subjects every day.
    Do at least one vocabulary/English and one reasoning exercise every day.
    Give a minimum of 5-6 hours for your studies every day.

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