Consider asking yourself the following questions:
- Are you sure you really want to sit for CLAT this year?
- Do you tend to change your mind often?
- Have you decided which coaching you want to join?
- Is it too expensive?
The answers to these questions will give you a better idea about your coaching status.
If you are not sure enough whether you want to sit for this exam or not, you might end up submitting the full fees for nothing. Again, check if you can pay a monthly fee. Same goes for people who tend to change their mind after getting into something. You should first give yourself some time to decide. Check the syllabus, check some sample course material online and see if it interests you enough to carry forward. If you still can’t decide, discuss it with a friend or a fellow CLAT aspirant who has gone through the syllabus to some extent.
Another important factor is to decide which coaching are you going to join. After all, everything decides on your own understanding of the syllabus and its content, your tutors can play a major part in how much of it you can grasp.
Another important factor to think about before joining is the fees. If the fee looks very unaffordable or expensive to you, you would want to look for cheaper alternatives, such as online CLAT preparation classes or online CLAT coaching centers, or some sort of online study material. You can also do a self-study and then attend CLAT mock test series from any CLAT online coaching to evaluate your progress.
Beyond everything, if you have made up your mind that this is the year in which you want to attempt your CLAT exam, then wait no more, join CLAT Coaching Classes. The earlier you start, the better it is. However, make sure to enroll yourself for a course that starts after your joining and not an ongoing course. This will help you to grasp it all better and in the right sequence.