Organisation : Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
Scholarship Name : LSAT 2020 (Law School Admission Test) India Topper Scholarship
Applicable For : Class 12 passed students
Last Date : 05.07.2020
Exam Date : Starting 19 July 2020
Website : https://www.discoverlaw.in/
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LSAC LSAT India Scholarship Test
Candidates seeking admission to law schools in the country will be able to take the LSAT—India using an online test delivery system. Registration for this year’s LSAT—India test has been extended to 5 July 2020.
The LSAT—India is a premier admissions test for LL.B. and LL.M programmes at Indian law colleges. It tests the critical thinking skills that are essential to success in law school.
Who Can Apply?
** Be an Indian citizen
** Have successfully completed the senior secondary school or 10+2 equivalent exam from a recognized education board in India
** Be an applicant and accepted to the 5-year LL.B. programme of an LSAC Global Law Alliance law college on the basis of LSAT-India 2020 score
Register for LSAT
Candidates should complete and submit an online application via the registration portal. When you register you will receive one Official LSAT—India PrepTest that is not available anywhere else.
You may also purchase The Official LSAT—India Handbook and The Official LSAT—India SuperPrep.
Application Process :
Step 1 : Register & Pay the Fee
Step 2 : Prepare for the test.
Step 3 : Complete and submit your law college applications.
Step 4 : Print your admit card when notified it is available.
Step 5 : Take the test. Download your score card when notified that it is available.
In order to register you will need…
** A valid email address and mobile number.
** Candidate’s photograph.
** Credit card for payment of the registration fee.
Question Paper Pattern
The LSAT—India assesses critical thinking skills with three types of multiple-choice questions, as follows:
Analytical Reasoning :
These questions test deductive reasoning skills by requiring you to deduce what could or must be the case about a certain scenario, based on some rules and conditions.
Logical Reasoning :
These questions evaluate your ability to understand, analyse, criticise, and complete a variety of arguments contained in short passages.
Reading Comprehension :
These questions measure your ability to read, with understanding and insight, examples of lengthy and complex materials similar to those commonly encountered in law colleges.
|Section Type||Number of Questions||Duration|
|Analytical Reasoning||23||35 minutes|
|Logical Reasoning (1)||22||35 minutes|
|Logical Reasoning (2)||23||35 minutes|
|Reading Comprehension||24||35 minutes|
|~92 Total||2 hours and 20 minutes Total|
|Event||Date||Location, if applicable|
|Registration opens||06-Dec-2019||Discover Law Website|
|Registration closes||05-July-2020||Discover Law Website|
|LSAT—India testing period||Starting 19 July 2020||—|
|Admit Card release||TBA||Discover Law Website|
|Score Card release||TBA||Discover Law Website|
** Awarded to the LSAT—India test taker who achieves the highest score on the LSAT—India held on starting 19 July 2020.
** Offers up to a maximum of Rs.4 lac.
** Covers tuition and halls of residence fees for the first year of the law programme, up to the maximum amount allocated.
** Any unutilised amount can be rolled over to the next year of law college.