CLAT Result 2017, @ Common Law Entrance Test Results, Expected Cut Off

By | May 16, 2017

CLAT Result 2017, @ Common Law Entrance Test Results, Expected Cut Off

CLAT Result 2017 @ will be prepared by the authorities on the basis a candidate’s score as well as the category to which they belong. Also, state specific and all India merit lists will be prepared separately for candidates belonging to different categories, Unreserved/SC/ST/OBC/Women/SAP for CLAT 2017 exam. Candidates can check CLAT 2017 Result, CLAT Results 2017, CLAT Merit List, CLAT Cut Off Marks 2017, CLAT-2017 Results, CLAT-2017 Expected Cut Off, Common Law Entrance Test Result, Common Law Entrance Test 2017 Results, From Official Website:

CLAT Result 2017, @ Common Law Entrance Test Results, Expected Cut Off

Information About CLAT Result 2017

CLAT Result 2017 will be announced on May 29, 2017. The results will be released online on the official website of CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) One needs to enter the login credentials namely Registered ID and Password to view the scores. Candidates are granted admission to various NLUs and other private institutes on the basis of CLAT Scores and Merit obtained.

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The merit list will be released on the same day as of results. The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL) Patiala, conducted the CLAT 2017 this year The annual CLAT entrance test is conducted by the 18 NLU’s on the rotational basis. Until the official declaration of CLAT Result 2017 students can visit this page, to get the latest news and CLAT Result 2017 updates.

CLAT 2017 Result

After the formal declaration of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2017 Results, we would also provide the direct link to result page here. Students are advised to visit this page on the day of CLAT Result 2017 to check their results easily Candidates may note that there is no minimum marks cut off to qualify in CLAT 2017. The candidature of each candidate is considered in respective category in order of merit.

CLAT Results 2017

However candidates may check the CLAT Cut Off on which previously students got selection to get an idea of the CLAT expected cut offs for this year for admission CLAT merit list 2017 will be published by the Common Law Admission Test Committee and CNLU Patna. The name of the test takers will be listed according to the marks and ranks secured by them in the law entrance examination.

CLAT Merit List

The list will be published in pdf format. It will mention the performance of an individual with the state rank. It will also specify a total number of candidates appearing in the exam Mentioned below are the standards on which a candidate will be shortlisted:   As per the official calendar, the CLAT 2017 Result is scheduled to be declared on 29 May 2017 along with merit list.

Organization Name: Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
Name of the Exam CLAT Exam 2017
Exam Date  14 May 2017
Category  Results
Status   Available Soon
Official Website

CLAT Cut Off Marks 2017

The registration process for CLAT 2017 started with the issue of admission notification on 25 December 2016. CLAT 2017 online examination was held at the allocated centres across the country on 14 May 2017. The admission process based on the CLAT 2017 merit will commence from the 29 May 2017 after the declaration of CLAT Result 2017.

Common Law Entrance Test Result

Candidates appearing in May 14 law entrance test, may be inquisitve about the CLAT cut off 2017. The core committee of Common Law Admission Test will determine CLAT cut off 2017, which is the minimum marks required to qualify the national-level law entrance test. Candidates can find below the table of CLAT expected cut off.

Steps To Check CLAT Result 2017

  • Log on official website of CLAT
  • Then search link CLAT Result 2017 ink
  • You select Common Law Admission Test Results
  • Fill required details name or roll no and DOB
  • Click submit button and save it
  • Take a print out of it

Click Here To Check CLAT Result 2017

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