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XI - 1 Year

  • Classes every Sunday from 9:30 am – 1:30pm through the Academic Year June – March.
  • Topics – English, General Awareness, Logical and Legal Reasoning and Quantitative techniques.

 

An aptitude test is designed to test a candidate's knowledge and competency. CLAT, being an aptitude test, is a comprehensive assessment test that covers questions on different topics such as English, General Awareness, data interpretation, logical reasoning as well as legal aptitude.

As such, XI -1 year is a foundation course which provides the initial step in a reroute from a syllabus –oriented , text –based approach to a wholesome new approach to knowledge. This is a journey which takes the student through the nuances of the English language and an enhancement of reasoning skills in order to tackle questions that are part of an aptitude test.

The course also includes online access to all our practice questions with detailed performance analytic in all the topics as well as a mock test (CLAT pattern) with detailed explanations and options for doubt clearing, after every 4 sessions.

XII - 1 Year

  • Classes every Sunday from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm for 6 months (June – December) to continue into intensive classroom coaching with daily mock tests in April/May (till CLAT date)
  • Topics – English, General Awareness, Logical and Legal Reasoning and Quantitative techniques.

With the fundamentals in place, the students are exposed to a real feel of the questions that come for CLAT.

Reading being an essential ingredient to this test, the English language is explored extensively through grammar, vocabulary and comprehension passages. Reasoning skills in logic and legal knowledge are honed to perfection through methods which have become the hallmark of our ‘learning experience’.

Students are guided in the General Awareness section (which includes Current Affairs), through relevant questions and insightful hints.

Questions on Quantitative Techniques (which use basic arithmetic tools) include graphs, pie charts and tables. They are dealt with in a simple and approachable manner.

 The course also includes online access to practice questions with detailed performance analytic in all the topics as well as 60 mock tests  (CLAT pattern)with detailed explanations and options for doubt clearing, released periodically for the period June – May.

Repeaters – 1 Year

  • The course is from August-May (ideal for those taking a gap year after Class 12)
  • Classes from Monday to Friday from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm every day, followed by library/self-study hour, for 8 months (August – March)and extends to the crash program with mock tests till May.
  • Topics – English, General Awareness, Logical and Legal Reasoning and Quantitative techniques.

This course is tailored for students who would like to attempt the CLAT once more. All topics are revisited in depth. We literally start from scratch to build on every concept.

The course also includes online practice questions with concept notes videos in all the topics, with detailed performance analytic, as well as a mock test every Saturday for the period June – March and mock tests every day during the crash course. 

 

The hallmark feature of this course is the personal mentorship with compulsory one- on- one review for all the mock tests with our mentors.

Crash Course

  • Conducted for 40- 45 days in April/May (Strictly for those appearing from CLAT the same academic year)

This is a comprehensive package for those who were unable to attend our classes in XI or XII.

The course comes with classes 6 days a week, from 9:30 am– 1:30 pm along with 30 full-length mock tests (CLAT and AILET pattern), with detailed explanations and scheduled doubt clearing sessions and an additional set of 30 full-length mock tests (CLAT and AILET pattern), with detailed explanations.

 

The course also includes access to online practises questions, concept notes and concept videos in all the topics, with detailed performance analytics.

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