You ‘heard’ it from somewhere that 100 GK questions might turn up in CLAT 2011? Uh Oh.
Not really. We don’t know. The CLAT committee might be kind enough to continue with established tradition OR ‘risk’ a pattern change. We don’t know, we don’t know. So when you enter the examination hall, expect the unexpected. Make peace with the fact there CAN be 100 GK questions.
Do the GK section with attention, even if it’s still 50. Finish it off in 7 minutes, flat (14 if 100). 100 GK questions isn’t such a bad news, it means that there’ll be fewer lengthy questions, leaving you with enough time to do them properly, and maybe get a chance to go through each question again.
Is the change unlikely? We don’t know. But we can tell you that the best you can do is to be patient and not panic. Chill and wait, that is all you can do.
WBNUJS has said NOTHING about such a pattern. But it’s always good to be prepared.
All of you’ll are CLATGyanners (weird thing to call yourself, but…), now isn’t the time to panic. Chill. We trust you to make us proud. Differential marking, or not.