Samriddhi Shenoy is a second-year law student at NALSAR, Hyderabad. She secured an All India Rank 193 in CLAT 2020. She is passionate about mooting and was a part of the team which was declared as Runners Up in the NLUO Public Health Moot Court Competition,2021.
“There is competition in the air and a lot of tension. But trust me, you can get through it. Committing to preparation is the key. But don’t worry, that doesn’t mean you should be working 24/7. What matters ultimately is how productively you can spend your time. I know this might sound preachy, but trust me, for an exam like CLAT, this is something one can definitely achieve. Being productive is most certainly important. You could prepare for 12 hours or 4 hours. But what you learn or understand in those hours is what counts.”