LSAT India 2016 Registration and Admit Card Details

Dushyant Vanaik updated on : 18 Sep 2016

Candidates interested in taking LSAT India 2017 can check the registration details and important dates for admit card, exam as well as results here.

LSAT India 2017

LSAT India 2016 is scheduled to be held on 23rd April, 2017. Candidates who wish to apply for the examination must note that the registration for LSAT India 2017 began on 14th September, 2016 and it will end on 10th April, 2017. 

LSAT India 2017 Admit Card

The LSAT India 2017 admit cards will be available for download from 15th April to 22nd April, 2017. Candidates who successfully register for the examination would be able to download the LSAT India 2017 admit cards from the official website.

LSAT India 2017 Results

LSAT India 2017 Results will be announced on 20th May, 2017. Candidates would be able to apply for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate law courses offered by more than 76 law colleges in India.

About LSAT India

LSAT India is a standardized test of reading and verbal reasoning skills designed by the USA based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and is conducted by Pearson VUE in India. Over 76 law schools in India accept the LSAT India score.

LSAT India is known as a standardized law test in India that has maintained its credibility for a long time. Owing to these reasons, LSAT India is successful in increasing the number of colleges accepting its test scores from 61 last year to 74 this time. It focuses on analytical reasoning, critical thinking and problem solving skills that are simply indispensable for students who want to pursue a career in law.

The total duration of the examination is 2 hours and 20 minutes. This pen and paper based test is divided into four sections that include-

• Analytical Reasoning
• 1st Logical Reasoning
• 2nd logical Reasoning
• Reading comprehension

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