Test One from the CLATGyan Test Series 2019 Published



We have released the Test One from the CLATGyan Test Series 2019 and it will be accessible on the online test portal (details of which have already been sent to you on your respective email addresses). The first test is a sectional test from the English section and the topics covered in the test are para jumbles, foreign phrases, idioms, synonyms and antonyms and sentence correction. 

For a sneak peak of the test, solve the following quiz:

Sneak Peak of Test 1 (English):

1. A. Hatch, with a broken cry, leapt into the air; then, stooping double, he ran for the cover of the house. B. An arrow sang in the air, like a huge hornet. C. And in the meanwhile, Dick Shelton had dropped behind lilac and had his crossbow bent and shouldered, covering the point of the forest. D. It struck old Appleyard between the shoulder-blades, and pierced him clean through, and he fell forward on his face among the cabbages.

2. A. As he watches the muddy water gush by - after the heavy downpour on June 8th - his eyes shine with hope. B. There is a tinge of anxiety in his voice as he expresses concern about the possibility of the stream turning dry again in a few days if the rain subsides. C. Sixty-eight-year-old Singhu Ram Shandil sits on a bank of the Nauti-Khad, a stream in Gumma, Himachal Pradesh, about 45 km from the State capital Shimla. D. With a prayer on his lips, he appeals to the the gods to intervene and end the unprecedented water scarcity in Shimla.

3. A. Seconds later, Parul heard her daughter's heart-rending scream. B. Mother and daughter had settled down in front of the TV, waiting for their favourite programme to start, when they heard a knock at the door. C. When Parul opened it, Ujjwal Mondal, who had been stalking her daughter for months, barged in and switched off the lights. D. It was just after seven.

4. Select the synonym from the options given below: Having taken extra care to be always on the right side of the labyrinthine rules that govern the H-1B visa programme, Karthik is aggrived that the ongoing immigration debate in America is largely unmindful of his plight.

5. Select the antonym from the options given below: She looked for some sign of approbation from her parents when she told them about her results.

6. Choose the option that best describes the idiom: In high spirits

Choose the correct option that best gives the meaning of the foreign phrase: In flagrante delicto

8. Given below is a sentence and you need to identify which part of the sentence has an error (spelling/grammatical). If there is no error, choose the option (e). Though the criterion for NAM membership (a) are general, anti-colonialism,(b) anti-imperialism and anti-racism (c) were essential attributes of NAM countries.(d)

9. Given below is a sentence and you need to identify which part of the sentence has an error (spelling/grammatical). If there is no error, choose the option (e). Finally (a), the ongoing war of word (b) between U.S. and Iran (c) could open yet another front in the region.(d)

10. Given below is a sentence and you need to identify which part of the sentence has an error (spelling/grammatical). If there is no error, choose the option (e). "Even though the others have not been named, (a) despite the arrests so far, they are not safe.(b) The large conspirators are yet to be arranged," (c) said a senior official with the SIT.(d)

Click here to download the detailed brochure for the CLATGyan Test Series 2019.

Before you decide on taking the test, make sure that you’re mentally prepared for it. That means you would be required to put aside two hours for just attempting the mock. Since you will be doing this from the comfort of your home, it would be better if you create an atmosphere that makes it conducive for an examination. Keep household chores on hold and the urge to check social media at bay.

Most crucially, attempt the tests as and when they are released. Keeping them pending because you think you will take them in the last month before CLAT is a bad idea. It goes against what mocks aim to do and that is, they give you a glimpse of what your preparation is like. If you figure that out now, you have room (erm, time) for improvement and you don’t have to go through all that trauma of wondering where you faltered.

A good score for Test 1 will be around 80 to 85 (out of 100). Do send your scores to your personal mentor we had allotted and ask him/her for advice on how to strengthen areas that you are weak in. Also remember that you can only benefit from a test if you understand why an answer of yours has turned out to be right or wrong. So, make sure you go through all the questions once you are done with the test.

For all other queries or doubts, write us a mail at: testseries@clatgyan.com.

To those who haven’t registered for the Test Series and want to do so now, click here.

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