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CLAT 2021 Merit List, Toppers and Score Card
Exam: 13 Jun `21
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CLAT 2021 Merit List will be released by the consortium of NLUs as soon as the results are announced. Candidates will be able to download the merit list and search for their names, which will be displayed as per their rank. The ranks will be based on the CLAT Cut Off of various NLUs. 

  • Candidates can download the CLAT Merit list on the official website. Check CLAT Registration Process
  • CLAT Merit List and CLAT Results will be released together. 
  • CLAT Merit List will have details such as Candidates application number, All India Rank and Total Marks obtained by candidate. 

CLAT Participating Colleges

CLAT Seat Allotment


Download CLAT Merit List

How to Download CLAT 2021 Merit List?

Candidates can follow the given steps to download the CLAT Merit List - 

Step 1. Visit official website of CLAT here - consortiumofnlus.ac.in

Step 2. Click on “CLAT 2021”

Step 3. Click on “Merit List for UG/PG” depending on your preference

Step 4. Check rank as per your Admit Card Number

CLAT 2021 Merit List Details

The details mentioned in the CLAT 2021 are given below: 

  • Candidates' Admit Card number 
  • All India Rank (AIR for CLAT)
  • Total Marks obtained in CLAT by the candidate

CLAT Tie-Breaker

CLAT 2021 Merit List Tie-Breaker

Candidates with a higher rank will be given preference during the CLAT Seat Allotment Procedure. In case of a tie between two candidates, that is if 2 candidates obtain the same amount of marks the tie is broken using the following criteria in Descending order of preference:

  • Marks obtained in legal aptitude
  • If 2 candidates have the same marks in legal aptitude, age of candidate is considered. Older candidates are given preference. 
  • If both the candidates are of the same age, then a computerized draw of lots will be done. 

CLAT Scorecard

CLAT 2021 Scorecard

Candidates can download the CLAT 2021 Score Card using the following procedure: 

Step 1. Visit official website of CLAT here - consortiumofnlus.ac.in

Step 2. Click on “CLAT 2021”

Step 3. Login using your Mobile No and Password

Step 4. Download CLAT Score Card


CLAT Toppers

CLAT 2020 Toppers

CLAT UG Toppers

AIR Name of Student Marks
1 Aprajita 127.25
2 Adya Singh 120.75
3 Jai Singh Rathor 120.25
4 Div Kr Singh 119.25
5 Anand Kumar 117
6 Shailja Beria 110.5
7 Anhad Kaur Mehta 108.5
8 Ritik raj 107.5
9 Ayush Singh Tomar 106.75
10 Shantanu 104

CLAT PG Toppers

AIR Rank Name of student Marks
1 Kaumudi Umrao 72
2 ABHISHEEL JAISWAL 72
3 ANKUR BISHNOI 69
4 KRISHNENDU 68
5 Sahil Mathur 67.5
6 ANWESHA CHOUDHURY 67.25
7 RAJEEV KUMAR SINGH RAJAWAT 67
8 Kartik Chamadia 65.25
9 PRACHI VERMA 65
10 Neha Shree Bhatnagar 63.75

CLAT Cut Off

CLAT 2021 Cut Off (Expected)

College Expected Cut Off (2021)
NLSIU, Bengaluru 119.5 - 120.5
NALSAR, Hyderabad 114 - 115
NLIU, Bhopal 107 - 108
NUJS, Kolkata 112 - 113
NLU, Jodhpur 109 - 111
HNLU, Raipur 103 - 104
GNLU, Gandhinagar 106 - 107
RAMNLU, Lucknow 100 - 102
RGNUL, Patiala 99 - 100
CNLU, Patna 95 - 96
NUALS, Kochi 99 - 100
NLUO, Cuttack 97 - 98
NUSRL, Ranchi 94 - 95
NLUJA, Guwahati 93 - 94
DSNLU, Vizag 92 - 93
TNNLS, Tiruchirapalli 92 - 93
MNLU, Mumbai 105 - 106
MNLU, Nagpur 91 - 92
MNLU, Aurangabad 91 - 92
MPDNLU, Jabalpur 90 - 91
HPNLU, Shimla 89 - 90
DBRANLU, Haryana 87 - 88

Check CLAT 2021 Cut Off, previous years cut offs


Frequently Asked Questions

CLAT 2021 Merit List FAQs

Ques. CLAT Website is not loading. What to do?

Ans. If the CLAT Website is not loading, it is possibly due to the servers of the CLAT website being overloaded. You can try loading after a while, or try another browser/device. This page will also be updated with all the latest information. 

Ques. Are CLAT Scores accepted in other colleges?

Ans. Other Law Colleges accepting CLAT Entrance Scores include: 

  • Shobhit University
  • ISBR Law College
  • RNB Global University
  • Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University 

Ques. How will a tie break be decided in CLAT UG?

Ans. The tie break will be decided based on the following factors - 

  • Marks obtained in the legal aptitude section. 
  • Age
  • Computerised draw of lots. 

Ques. How will a tie break be decided in CLAT PG?

Ans. The tie break will be decided based on the following factors - 

  • Age
  • Computerised draw of lots. 

Ques. What is the acceptance rate for top NLUs?

Ans. The acceptance rate for the top NLUs is only around 3% as around 70,000 to 75,000 students register every year, but there are only 2,175 seats in all the NLUs.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

CLAT 2021 : 9 answered questions

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Ques. What is the benefit of CLAT?

● Top Answer By Ankita Sarkar on 20 Jan 21

Ans. CLAT is a law entrance exam consisting of both UG and PG courses. The selection in CLAT will allow a student to study in National Law Universities (NLUs). As Law is a dynamic subject, hence it cannot be studied in isolation without any association with other subjects like political science, economics, etc. Getting into an NLU will provide students the best environment and platform to study this dynamic field. The following are some of the benefits of CLAT. You will stop seeing movies as mere entertainment. You can analyze the facts discussed in movies like Article 15, Jokar - Dark Knight, are true or not. Law courses open up a lot of different avenues. You will get to learn many things.  Lawyers are not taught only about Law. You will get to learn how to make decisions based on facts and reasoning.  You can choose any specialization you want, such as Criminal, Civil, Corporate, etc. You also do not need to restrict yourself to a single specialization. Getting into top NLUs brings students to the center of attraction of the law firms and corporate. This NLU tag helps in securing well-paid jobs in most reputed companies. These NLUs prepare students for the real-life world, be it practice in court or judiciary. It inculcates students with skills and training to succeed in every career path they choose. Thus, CLAT is not only just getting an NLU tag, it has a lot to offerRead more
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Ques. How do I prepare math for CLAT?

● Top Answer By Aniket Atul Mahulikar on 20 Jan 21

Ans. The math section of CLAT is known as quantitative techniques which consist of charts, diagrams, comprehension questions to gauge students’ inference and interpretation skills. The questions are based on elementary mathematics. Thus, a student does not need to be an expert in mathematics. It requires regular practice to get a good score in this section. The following are some preparation tips for the math section.  Previous Year’s Paper:  Go through the previous year’s question paper. Try to figure out the pattern of the examination.  Clear Basics:  Follow a good mathematic book to clear your basics. R.S Aggarwal is quite popular among students for clearing basics. Practice as much as possible. Memorize some tips and tricks: CLAT is all about speed and accuracy. Thus, to attend the entire question in the math section within the stipulated time, it is important for students to memorize some quick formulas which will help in the faster calculation. But do not skip to short cut without knowing the longer method. Many questions asked in CLAT only require a couple of lines for calculation. Do not be scared of Mathematics. Try your best. Even if you can’t score well even after good preparation, you can secure a decent score by working hard in other subjects.Read more
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Ques. What is the syllabus of maths in CLAT?

● Top Answer By Debdeep Majumder on 20 Jan 21

Ans. CLAT or Common Law Admission Test is a national level law entrance exam. The new pattern CLAT question paper consists of 150 questions spread over five sections – English language, current affairs including general knowledge, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and quantitative techniques. The question paper is designed to test the reasoning and interpretation skills of candidates. Topics: The quantitative techniques section consists of questions based on graphs, pie charts, and tables. The students have to infer and derive answers to the questions from the information provided in those diagrams. This section contains around 13-17 questions. To answer questions in this section, candidates have to apply 10th standard mathematical operations.  Some of the topics which are quite scoring in Mathematics are as follows. Arithmetic: Percentage, Profit & Loss, Average, Ratio-Proportion, Time & Work, Pipe & Cisterns, Time, Speed and Distance, Mixtures & Allegations, Simple & Compound Interest, Number System (HCF - LCM, Recurring Digits & Calculation of Unit Digits). Algebra: Simplification, Linear and Quadratic Equation. Modern Mathematics: Trigonometry ( Height & Distance), Probability, Permutations & Combinations, Stocks & Shares. Geometry & Mensuration: Triangle, Circles, Polygons, Solids. Speed Mathematics: Calculation Technique, Approximation Technique, Square and Cubes. To know more about the syllabus in detail visit the official website.Read more
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Ques. Is CLAT a difficult exam?

● Top Answer By Aniket Atul Mahulikar on 20 Jan 21

Ans. The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a national-level law entrance examination. It is conducted every year by the consortium of NLUs. CLAT question paper is based on MCQ format and consists of 150 questions. The exam tests the critical thinking ability of law aspirants. CLAT is not a difficult exam to crack. Anyone who is well prepared can get into an NLU. However, it can be a bit tough to get into the top five NLUs. The difficulty level of an exam depends on two things, which are as follows. Pattern and level of preparation: The CLAT question paper consists of 150 questions spread over five sections. The five sections are – English language, Current affairs including general knowledge, legal reasoning, logical reasoning, and quantitative techniques.  ALL the questions are comprehension based. So, a candidate has to read the entire passage to solve a set of questions. What makes the exam scary is the time frame. Candidates have to complete the entire paper within two hours.  However, practicing a lot of mocks will help overcome this difficulty. Candidates having the habit of reading newspapers will have an edge in this exam.  So, solving various questions, mocks, reading newspapers, and staying updated about the happenings around the world are the keys to achieve success in CLAT. Level of Competition: Every year around 65,000 candidates apply for this exam and the number keeps increasing with each passing year. However, the ratio of selection in CLAT is higher as compared to JEE. In nutshell, CLAT requires planned and smart preparation, and the rest will find its way.Read more
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Ques. How should I prepare for CLAT in two months?

● Top Answer By Meghdeepa Mondal on 20 Jan 21

Ans. For a CLAT aspirant, it is essential to be clear about one’s own goal. For some students the goal is NLS. While others aim for NLU, even the lower-ranked ones. According to the need, preparation is required in all five critical areas. The table below gives the subjects and marks division in them. Subjects No. of Questions Allotted Marks Legal Aptitude 50 50 Logical Reasoning 40 40 English Including Comprehension 40 40 General Knowledge and Current Affairs 50 50 Elementary Mathematics with Numerical Ability 20 20 Preparation Tips: English medium students have little advantage in preparation, having a better grasp of comprehensive skills. General Knowledge and Current Affairs, which is 25% of the examination and is not a conceptual or analytical subject, needs to be mugged up with regular information gathering. Legal Reasoning contains questions generally from a certain number of topics only. These topics need to be sorted according to the previous year's question papers and practiced, which is possible in two months. For the Elementary Mathematics with Numerical Ability and Logical Reasoning part, it is obvious that the aspirant needs practice, and two months is too short for the same. For maths, concepts must be cleared before problem-solving. Taking help from YouTube, Unacademy, Khan Academy, and other resources from the internet can help a lot in preparation. R.S. Aggarwal and M.K. Pandey are two excellent books for Logical Reasoning practice sets. For English including Comprehension, the candidate needs to understand the type and pattern of questions present in the previous papers and learn the way to tackle them. Having finished all the initial preparation, revision needs to be done in all five divisions. Candidates weak in Mathematics, English including Comprehension or Logical Reasoning must practice a lot in the limited time available.Read more
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