CLAT Result 2023

CLAT Result 2023: Provisional Answers Key Released, How to Raise Objection; Check Here

CLAT 2023 result,  provisional answer key released on the official website, raise objection from today 19th December.

CLAT Result 2023: The provisional answer key for the Common Law Admission Test 2023 (CLAT 2023),was released on 18th December. The Common Law Admission Test 2023 was held on 18th December. Now Candidates can check the provisional answer key for the CLAT 2023 on the official website,

CLAT 2023 Result Date:The final answer key will be released on 24th December 2023, and the result will declare on the last week of December at the official website. Candidates can raise their objection to the MCQs and provisional answer key from today 9:00 A.M, And from Tuesday 20th December, candidates have to pay the fee 1000Rs per objection. The examination for the CLAT 2023 was held in 127 Test centers in 23 states and two union territories in India. This year over 94% of candidates registered for the CLAT 2023 UG test, and over 92% of candidates registered for the Postgraduate test. 

CLAT 2023 Key: How to Check?

  • Step 1: Visit the official website —
  • Step 2: On the home page, click on the link “Objections to Question paper and provisional answer key”
  • Step 3: A PDF will be displayed 
  • Step 4: Check the answer key, and download it for the future reference
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