I always wanted to opt for law, not out of any compulsion, but because I like litigation.I took PCM in class 11th,I didn’t ever think about engineering, even when I enjoyed doing math and calculus and trigonometry were my good friends. My journey for CLAT had begun with joining success ahead in a month-long crash course in 2016, where I secured AIR 2259. So, I took a drop with the aim of getting into a good college. I started preparing for all the subjects from the very first day, penned down my weaknesses and strengths and chalked out weekly plans. I didn’t leave any stone unturned, be it Vocab, Grammar or Static and didn’t ever specifically study for mocks, always focused on the ultimate goal i.e. CLAT. Dutta sir and Priya ma’am helped me throughout, cleared every little doubt and explained the depth of each concept. They always encouraged me to do better, as a result I improved my scores with each coming mock. I was always motivated and supported by my parents and friends. They made the journey easier for me. I think, self-confidence and true dedication for your goal are the essentials for cracking any competitive exam. CLAT is a game of hard work, but more than that of smart work. Set priorities, make your game plan and then move in the direction of it. No matter how you score in mocks, have faith in yourself and in your preparation, if you’d put in your best, you’ll surely get what you deserve.