Registration for CLAT 2023 is now closed; update exam location and submit application fees by November 20

Nitin Varma

Nitin Varma

Candidates for the CLAT 2023 who have already completed their registration forms but have not yet paid the registration fees have until November 20 to do so.

Clat 2023

On Friday, November 18, the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) enrollment period came to an end. Candidates can pay the price and finish registering for the CLAT 2023 by November 20 if they have previously submitted their CLAT application but have not yet paid the associated fees. The CLAT administration organization, the Consortium of National Law Universities, has also made the decision to change test venues by tomorrow, November 20.

Candidates for CLAT 2023 may modify the desired test site they listed on their application form by midnight on November 20, 2022, at the latest. Subsequent requests for location changes won’t be honored, according to a consortium statement.

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In the event that any modifications are necessary, the option to check and update the candidates’ name, date of birth, and eligibility is also available.

How To Edit Preferred Test Center For CLAT 2022

  • Access your CLAT account.
  • Select “Edit Application”
  • Click the “Preferences” tab.
  • The three chosen test sites should be updated.
  • To access the “Reservation” tab, click the Next (>) button. After reading the declaration, scroll down and press the “Submit Form” button.

For applicants in the General, OBC, PWD, NRI, PIO, and OCI categories, the CLAT 2023 registration cost is Rs 4,000, while it is Rs 3,500 for candidates in the SC, ST, and BPL categories.

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