The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), for entry to national law uni versities, is not difficult if you study regularly, work hard and manage your time well. It tests your aptitude. One should analyse past years’ papers to understand the type of questions asked.
I had a strategy for each subject. In English, there was considerable stress on comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, etc, for which I relied on notes provided by my coaching institute. I also used to read newspapers religiously to improve my comprehension skills and reading speed. When the CLAT went online, I started reading articles online to train myself to attempt the paper on the computer. Maths is elementary. Questions are generally based on what we have read up to class X. I studied a book on quantitative aptitude, which helped me prepare for the subject. For the legal reasoning portion, I referred to previous papers.