CLAT Preparation: CODING-DECODING Questions – Part II

26. How many such pairs are there in the word GUARDIAN each of which has as many letters between them in the word as In the English language? a. One   b. Two    c. Three    c. Four 27. If AT=20 and BAT= 40 , then CAT=? a. 34    b. 56    c. 40    d. 60 28. If in a code, MILD:NKOH ,  then GATE: a. HCWI          b. ICJW             c.HCIW    d. ICWJ 29. If in...

CLAT Preparation: CODING-DECODING Questions – Part I

1. In a code NATION is written as 583125, BROTHER is written as 4623790. How will be NATO RAIN be written? a. 5831 6599   b. 5832 5470    c. 5832 0815  d. 6732 1590 2. If ‘678’ means—’Society Family Husbandry’, ‘574’ means—’Husbandry Health Control’, ‘342’ means—’Health Census shop’, then–Which code has been used...

CLAT Preparation: Legal Reasoning Questions – Part I

1. Principle- Punishment can only be prescribed to the cause in law A intended to cause B’s death and therefore mixed poison in a glass of milk and offered it to B. However, the contents of the glass spilt. Thereafter, C who also wanted to kill B, mixed cyanide in the same glass not realizing that traces of the poison mixed by A still remained. C offered the glass to B and as a result, B died. a....

CLAT Preparation: Statement-Assumptions Questions – Part I

Mark the answers as (a) if only assumption I is implicit (b) if only assumption II is implicit (c ) if either I or II is implicit (d) if neither I nor II is implicit (e ) If both I and II are implicit 1. Statement: Computer education should start at school itself. I: Learning computers is easy II: Computer education fetches jobs easily 2. Railway officials have started ten new trains and the increased...

CLAT Preparation: Strong and Weak arguments – Part I

Mark the answer as (a) if only argument I is strong. (b) if only argument II is strong. (c) if either I or II is strong. (d) if neither I nor II is strong. (e ) Both are strong 1. Should literacy be the minimum criterion for becoming a voter in India? I: Yes.  Illiterate people are less likely to make politically wise decisions of voting for the right candidate or party II: No. Voting is the constitutional...

CLAT Preparation: Time and Distance Questions – Part II

1. A train travels at an average speed of 90 km/hr without any stoppages. However, its average speed decreases to 60km/hr on account of stoppages. On an average, how many minutes per hour does the train stop? a. 80 m                         b. 64 min              c. 40 min                      d. 20 min 2. A train covers the distance between...

CLAT Preparation: Time and Distance Questions – Part I

1. A train traveling at 72 kmph crosses a platform in 30 seconds and a man standing on the platform in 18 seconds. What is the length of the platform in meters? a.360 m       b.240 m               c.640 m                             d.720 m 2. J covered a distance of 340 miles between city A and city taking a total of 5 hours. If part of the distance...

CLAT 2015 to be held on May 10, 2015

CLAT 2015
Common Law Admission Test which is popularly known as CLAT for admission to the under graduate and post graduate courses offered by the National Law Schools for the academic year 2015 – 16 will be held on May 10, 2015. Initial admission notification with respect to CLAT 2015 will be published by the CLAT Core Committee on December 25 on the official website www.clat.ac.in. Admissions to under graduate...