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The NLAT was conducted on Saturday in 3 sessions. Several candidates reported having faced technical difficulties during the exam, including those relating to verification, login, facial recognition through webcams etc.
After a significant number of students faced technical difficulties during the conduct of the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT), a Technical Review Committee has recommended for such candidates to appear for another exam slot.
Information to this effect has been sent out to candidates who had raised queries regarding such technical difficulties during the exam conducted by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru.
The NLSIU is basing its law school admissions this year on the NLAT, in lieu of the Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT).
The RE-TEST will be conducted tomorrow at 12.30 pm said the email from the NLSIU admissions team.
Reports indicate that most students have received the emails for the re-test, including students who did not seek technical help.
The communication sent to candidates who raised queries regarding technical difficulties also informs the following:
The final slot for the NLAT 2020 exam will begin at 12 noon. After verification, the examination will begin at 12.30 pm and extend till the allotted time.
If the candidates choose to login for the exam, the previous exam score and answers will be erased.
If the candidate does not appear for the exam, the September 12 examination score will be retained as the final score.
Candidates will be responsible to ensure that their device satisfies the technical specifications, they provide a valid government ID and that their internet connection supports the test. This is is the final attempt. No further opportunities are available.
The candidates are expected to receive login details and pass key later tonight by logging in at admissions.nls.ac.in
The NLAT was conducted on Saturday in three sessions. Several candidates reported having faced technical difficulties during the exam, including those relating to verification, login and facial recognition through their webcams.
Later that day, the University had requested students who may have faced technical difficulties during the conduct of the exam to raise their queries by Sunday noon.