As you know, earlier CLAT used to comprise of 200 questions that are to be answered over a span of 120 minutes. This was revised as asking students to answer 200 questions over 120 minutes "is not right as it puts students under a lot of mental stress," said Prof Faizan Mustafa, Vice chancellor, NALSAR.
Moreover, the syllabus has been revised, introducing more Comprehension based questions to attract students and provide a more conducive environment to deductive and logical reasoning.
You can learn more about these revisions by clicking on the link below:-
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