CLAT 2022 is over. Some candidates have prepared for this exam for a year, some for two. All have been peppered with countless tips on how they should prepare for this exam.
While you may have read posts on what to do before CLAT 2022 takes place, here’s what you should do after CLAT 2022 is FINALLY over:
1. Take a few rest days:
Take as much time as you need. If you feel as if checking the answer key and calculating your potential score would help you feel better, do that.
If it wouldn’t, then don’t. Use these days according to yourself, take some time out for introspection. And of course, take some time out to catch up on your favourite web series or hang out with your friends.
2. Have a plan mapped out:
The decision you’ll be making over the next few days will decide your life. Don’t rush. Seek advice but think for yourself too.
If your exam went well, decide a preference order for universities. Consider all factors to decide this order, like location, fees, placements, etc. Read up on what the counselling process entails, get basic documents ready.
If it didn’t, chin up. Keep preparing for AILET. Start looking at alternative options as well, keep backups ready.
3. Keep your options open:
Keep an eye on Law Entrance Exams that are still left. Keep preparing for the rest. Check their dates, syllabus and pattern. Analyse your mistakes in CLAT 2022 and don’t repeat them in others.
Remember, you always have multiple options, in any direction you wish to go. Research properly and be aware of them.
All the best!
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