yes. there are changes in pattern of CLAT from the next exam like reduction in he number of questions and more comprehensive questions. and Removal of legal aptitude section has not been confirmed yet.
I do not think these changes neccessarily prove beneficial to students who are better in English. you still have enough time to prepare and you definitely can crack NLSIU with the right preparation.
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Comparison of data, Data Analysis, taking clues, interpreting missing data, coming to conclusions and making future projections will be covered under this Category. The questions here are interlinked and so if you get one formula correct, cracking the next few questions will be easy. So it's important to memorise and practise formulae. You should cover topics like Data tables, Data Charts, Bar Diagrams, Pie Charts, Graphs, Data Comparison and Analysis. Solve as many sample papers as possible to get the hang of the section. Make notes when required. Regular practise can help you understand and solve the questions easily as time goes on. Focus on Puzzles, Seating Arrangement, Logical Sequences, Number Test, Verbal reasoning, Family/relations/Ranking and Order, Coding and Decoding.
The eligibilty criteria for BA LLB at NLSIU after 12th is to have 10+2 with a minimum of 50% of marks . Candidates must have studied English as one of the compulsory subjects in 10+2 . So, taking two languages in not compulsory .
The qualifying Exam is : CLAT
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