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Law School Admission Test - India commonly known as LSAT India is conducted by Pearson VUE on behalf of Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for admissions to the undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes including BA LLB, B.Sc LLB, B.Com LLB and LLM programmes. The national level law entrance exam is conducted for admissions to over 85 law school

Law School Admission Test (LSAT)-India is a paper-pencil test conducted across the country by Law School Admission Council (LSAC). The test is conducted to shortlist aspirants for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate level law programmes in various law schools in India.


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LSAT 2018: Overview

Exam Name

Law School Admission Test

Commonly Known as

LSAT

Exam Level

International level test

Conducting Body

Law School Admission Council

Eligibility Criteria

Not Set by the official body

Number of Sections

3 Sections:

·         Reading Comprehension

·         Analytical Reasoning

·         Logical Reasoning

Score Range

120-180

LSAT Test Centres

Approx. 740

Eligibility

Application Process

Step 1: Fill LSAT India 2018 Application Form

Registration for LSAT India 2018 can be done by logging on to the official website of the college at lsat.formistry.com. Candidates can download and fill the LSAT India application form on the official website of the exam. To do this, aspirants need to register with an email ID which is to be used in further proceedings of LSAT India exam.

LSAT India 2018 Application Fee

Registration Fee

Rs 3,800

Registration Fee+Handbook

Rs 4,250

Step 2: Download LSAT India Admit Card

Candidates can download their LSAT India 2018 admit card from the official website of the exam. The admit card would contain the candidate's registration number which will be unique for each aspirant. All candidates will have to download their admit card from the official website, no separate admit card will be sent by post to candidates.

Step 3: Give LSAT India 2018 Exam

Candidates need to appear for LSAT India exam at their test centre (as mentioned on their admit card for LSAT India exam. The sections included in the LSAT India exam paper include - Analytical Reasoning, First Logical Reasoning, Second Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension.

Step 4: Check LSAT India Result

Aspirants need to check their result for LSAT India exam on the official website of the exam. Candidates would need to use their registration credentials to check their score in LSAT India exam. LSAT India result or score is declared in the form of LSAT percentiles which is calculated after comparing each candidate’s performance with others in their (candidate) group. LSAT India scores define the critical thinking skills of a candidate as compared to other aspirants in his/her candidate pool.

Exam Pattern

LSAT India 2018 exam pattern is such that the test paper will be divided into the below mentioned four sections:

·         Analytical Reasoning

·         First Logical Reasoning

·         Second Logical Reasoning

·         Reading Comprehension

The LSAT India exam pattern consists of around 92-100 questions to be answered in two hours 20 minutes. The test is in multiple choice question answer format where students have to choose one correct answer from four or five given options. LSAT exam pattern is such that candidates are given 35 minutes to attempt each section. After 35 minutes, a candidate has to wrap up one section and move to the next. Returning to a section or moving to the next section until you finish the previous exam section is not permitted.

Section

Number of Questions

Timing

Analytical Reasoning

Approx. 24

35 minutes

1st Logical Reasoning

Approx. 24

35 minutes

2nd Logical Reasoning

Approx. 24

35 minutes

Reading Comprehension

Approx. 24

35 minutes

Total: 4 sections

92-100 questions

2 hours and 20 minutes

Syllabus

Law School Admission Council (LSAC) conducts Law School Admission Test (LSAT) for the admissions to Law Schools in Canada, USA and a few other countries. Candidates who are interested in pursuing Legal Studies in these countries must appear for LSAT 2018. The subjects included in the examination are Logical Reasoning, English Comprehension and Analytical Reasoning. LSAT is conducted 4 times a year in February, June, September/October and December respectively. Candidates are advised to take their LSAT before the Fall session.

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