CLAT - Answer Key
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Updated On - July 28 2021 by Anusha Pachauri
Candidates can find important dates related to CLAT 2021 Answer key from the given table below:
|CLAT 2021 Answer Key||Important Dates|
|CLAT 2021 exam date||23 July 2021|
|Release of the provisional answer key||23 July 2021|
|Release of Final Answer Key||27 July 2021|
|Declaration of Result||28 July 2021|
Candidates can use and calculate the scores using the CLAT answer key. The main and important elements to calculate scores are question paper, answer key, carbonized OMR sheet which was provided at the time of examination and marking scheme of the exam. Candidates can follow these steps to check and calculate the scores using the CLAT scores:
Sometimes the answer key is available through candidate's login but if it will released in pdf form, candidates can follow these steps to download the answer key of CLAT 2021:
The Consortium of NLU provides an option to object to the candidates. Candidates can follow the following given steps to raise the objection on CLAT Answer Key 2021:
NLU also publishes a report on CLAT issues on the official website. It's available in pdf format. Applicants can download the pdf file online. Along with the response key, it is released set-wise. These question papers are the same as those submitted during the CLAT test. Candidates should cross-check their score using the question paper and the answer key.
NLUs releases the CLAT final response key after all the objections are issued. The key to the final response is drawn up by the experts based on the issues posed by the applicants. It will be depended on along with the outcome declaration. Applicants who have raised objections will verify whether or not their challenge is correct. Results are collected based on the final reply key. No future objections are approved by the examining cell until the final response key is released.
CLAT results 2021 are collected based on the final reply key. The outcome is published in the scorecard on the official consortiumofnlus.ac.in website. Applicants must enter their application number and date of birth or mobile number and password to download the scorecard. The merit list of the eligible candidates for the admission process is also released by NLU. After that, based on the choices filled out in the CLAT application form, the provisional allotment list is shown.
CLAT is a national admission examination carried out by 23 Indian National Law Universities on a rotational basis. The aim behind this is to receive quality admission to the various courses offered by universities. Other than that, 43 separate universities and 2 public sectors still use the test score. Applicants must be qualified for this by completing a 10 + 2 test or an equivalent examination for undergraduate programmes and an LLB degree or an equivalent examination for postgraduate programs.
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