03-24-2015, 04:38 PM
Candidates are anxious as common law admission test (Clate) have gone online from this year. Candidates have mixed feelings as they are worried about the technical glitches and changes that will come with the exam go online. This year MAH-CET auditions went online and students appear for examination faced much difficulty. Candidates faced some problems due to some technical problems and many typos and inaccuracies.
The coaching institutes for a similar situation, but have confirmed that they have prepared students for the worst. John Williams, academic director for career Launcher said, "definitely there is some amount of nervousness among students as this is the first time they would attempt the test in this new format. We have tried to give them as much support as possible by organizing mock online tests. "
On the contrary, some students excited that Clate exam goes online will bring clarity in the system and will be better moderation. Deepthi CR, a student from Bengaluru recalled cases of Clate exam held last year and said: "answer scripts were mixed, as a result of some candidates got scores of others. Hopefully, online format will correct these mistakes." Candidates have mixed feelings Clate as it comes online this year.