The Consortium of National Law Universities (the “Consortium”) successfully conducted the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2023, on December 18, 2022 at 127 Test Centres in 23 States and 2 Union Territories across India.

93.6% of the candidates registered for the CLAT 2023 Undergraduate test, and 91.7% of the candidates registered for the CLAT 2023 Postgraduate test appeared for the test.

Admissions to the five-year integrated Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes for Academic Year 2023-24 will be based on CLAT 2023. The CLAT 2022 exam was held offline. A total of 150 questions of 150 marks were

asked in the CLAT 2022 exam, to answer the questions, Aspirants had 120 minutes. The type of questions asked in CLAT 2022 is multiple choice. In CLAT 2023 aspirants have to answers questions from different checked such as

English Language, Current Affairs including General Knowledge, Legal Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, and Quantity Techniques.

If you look back the previous year’s CLAT analysis, most of the CLAT Aspirants identified that the overall difficulty level of the CLAT exam is moderate to difficult, the number of good attempts of the papers depends upon the difficulty

level and cut off scores.

The answer key for CLAT 2023 released on the official website- today. CLAT 2023 result is expected to be declared by the 4th week of June 2022. In this post CLAT Aspirants can get an idea of the CLAT

2023 question paper analysis.

CLAT 2023 Question and Weightage

There were 150 questions in CLAT 2023, which were supposed to be answered within 120 minutes. The total number of questions and weightage for each section are given below in the following table.


Nos of Questions


English Language



Current Affairs including GK



Legal Reasoning



Logical Reasoning



Quantitative Techniques



CLAT 2023 Question Paper Analysis

Clat 2023 exam can be said as reasonably easy to moderate. Check the overall CLAT 2023 question paper analysis here in the following table.



Overall difficulty level of CLAL 2023

Easy to Moderate

Was the paper lengthy?


Difficulty level of English

Lengthy passages but Easy

Difficulty level of Logical Reasoning

Moderate (mostly contextual)

Difficulty level of Legal Reasoning


Difficulty level of GK & Current Affairs

Comparatively easy from previous year

Difficulty level of Quantitative Techniques


Excepted number of good attempts


CLAT 2023 Answer Key

The Consortium of National Law Universities (CNLU) published the CLAT 2023 Answer Key for both UG and PG courses. on the official website- The answer key for CLAT is released in two stages: the provisional answer key and the final answer key.

Aspirants can download the answer key PDF for verifying your answers and raising objections. A fee of Rs. 1,000/- (Rs. One Thousand only) is to be paid for each objection. If the objection turns out to be valid, the said fee will be refunded/remitted to the same account from which it was paid. No requests of depositing it in any other account will be entertained. Objection(s) without the prescribed fee will not be entertained.

After re-evaluating the objections and the provisional answer key, the authorities have shared the CLAT Final Answer Key.

CLAT Answer Key - Marks Calculation Process

You can calculate the expected marks by using the CLAT final answer key and marking scheme as tabulated below. Use the formula provided below to calculate the score.

Answer Type

 Marking Scheme 

Correct answer


 Incorrect answer 


No response


CLAT Scores = Total numbers of Correct options x 1 - Total number of incorrect responses x 0.25

For Example: If the number of correct answers is 120 and incorrect answers are 30, then the CLAT score will be calculated as:

Total CLAT marks = (120x1) - (30X0.25) = 120-7.5

Then, the Total marks = 112.5

How to Raise Objections against CLAT Answer Key?

You can raise objections if you find any discrepancy in the Answer Key. You are allowed to file objections within the window period and only through online mode.

You can follow the below steps to raise objections against the CLAT answer key 2023.

(1) Login to your CLAT account and click on "Submit Objections".

(2) Click on Submit Objection button.

(3) Select the type of objection a. About the question OR b. About the answer key.

(4) Enter objection details and click on "Submit Objection".

(5) Once all your objections are submitted, click on the Make Payment button to make payment. There is a fee of INR 1,000/- (Rs. One Thousand only) per objection.

The portal for objection(s) will OPEN at 9:00 A.M. on Dec 19, 2022, and CLOSE at 9:00 A.M. on Dec 20, 2022. No Objection(s) will be entertained thereafter.

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