Attention : At the moment, we will be unable to reply to mails from 17th October 2016 onwards requesting for an Action Plan due to the extremely hectic schedule back at NALSAR that is cramped with submissions, presentations and examinations. Once exam season ends on the 28th, we will be back! All pending requests for an Action Plan will be replied to by the end of this week. Apologies for the delay. 🙂
October starts tomorrow. That leaves you with 7 months and odd days until you have to take the CLAT and make it to a law school. Let’s say, you need to set aside about a month for the board examinations and other distractions. That leaves you with 6 months exactly. Is this enough time to start prep for CLAT and to ensure your spot at a top National Law School?
Maybe. Maybe not.
The answer to that question really depends on how much prep you have managed to put in so far, and where you stand. Now, how do you figure that out?
Board exams in April? Pre-boards in February? A billion tests interspersed between November and May? Haven’t started prep at all? No clue how to study legal aptitude? No idea what current affairs are? Not really sure of how much you’ve prepared, and how much more you need to prepare? Don’t know how much time to allot for CLAT prep every day?
Worry not. Okay, worry a little bit. BUT we will help you figure out what needs to be done, and how to go about your preparation for the exam.
So, how does CG plan on helping you?
Step 1 – Sit down. Take a deep breath. And think. About all the problems you face the minute you see anything that reminds you even remotely of CLAT. Does Maths scare the daylights out of you? You have a problem with current affairs because it keeps adding up everyday? You can’t get a hold of the time and it always runs out? You are terrible at decision making when it comes to negative marking?
If you think something is troubling you in a way that it is prohibiting you from moving forward in your preparation, say it in clear words. Because that’s the only way we’ll be able to get up-close and personal to you. And don’t worry. No doubt or query is a silly one.
Step 2 – Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject titled ‘Action Plan’, and tell us everything you thought of in Step 1.
Relevant additional details required:
1. Have you joined coaching?
2. Have you taken CLAT before?
3. Are you pursuing graduation now? If yes, where?
4. Is this your drop year?
5. Have you taken mocks before and how have you fared in them? (You don’t have to give extensive details about this one, just an average mock score will do.)
The above details will especially help us have a better idea about you and the time you have on hand. Otherwise, we’ll just be shooting back a mail asking you for all these details again, and you’ll be wasting precious time.
Now, once we’ve received your mail, we will help you with time allocation, guidance on material that will help your specific case, and give you sound advice on anything else you need help with. Perhaps, even some life advice if we think you need it.
Why write to us?
- You’re getting your very own personalised action plan to prep for the CLAT.
- You do not have to pay to get this advice. We’re free, and helpful!
- Your action plan will take into account how far your prep has reached, and what you need to do to get better to not be as lost as Alice in Wonderland.
So go ahead and send us your queries, concerns, and doubts. We’ll reply as quickly as we can (within 24 hours, hopefully, unless we have a hectic schedule at NALSAR), and try and help you.