CLAT 2023 application form correction window opens, admit card soon at

Applicants those have already registered for CLAT 2023 can edit the application and submit the registration fee by November 20, 2022.

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CLAT 2023:- The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) has opened the CLAT application form correction option for all registered applicants. Such applicants can update their test center preferences and complete fee payment by November 20, 2022.

Also Read: CLAT 2023 Registration: List of NLUs Participating in National-Level Law Entrance Exam

Earlier, the registration for Common Law Admission Test 2023 ended on November 18, 2022. All registered applicants who complete the fee payment will be able to download the CLAT 2023 admit cards soon from the examination portal –


Application form Correction Window:

Applicants can make a change their name, parents’ name, date of birth, reservation details and test center preferences in the event of any corrections are required. Once edited, applicants should review the application form before final submission.

Applicants can make changes to their application form of Common Law Admission Test 2023 by following the steps mentioned below.

  • Visit the official website.
  • Login to your CLAT 2023 registered account
  • Click on the “Edit Application Form” link
  • Update the application form by making the necessary changes
  • Submit the application form and registration fee

CLAT Helpdesk:

In case of any assistance, applicants can contact the examination authority by using the official helpdesk.




Phone: 080- 47162020 (between 10:00 a.m. and 05:00 p.m. on all working days)

Common Law Admission Test 2023 will be held on December 18, 2022, in offline mode. The exam will be conducted for a duration of two hours, from 2 pm to 4 pm. The examination will be held in over 130 exam centres, across the country. CLAT scores will be used for admission to 5-year integrated LLB and one-year LLM programmes offered by 22 national law universities (NLUs) and over 60 affiliated law schools.


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