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Law School Admission Test (LSAT- India )

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The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) - India was created by The Law School Admission Council, USA (LSAC) as a common admission test for entry into Indian law schools. Until recently, most law schools held their own entrance tests. LSAT-India was designed to ensure that Indian law schools could pick the best applicants on the basis of their performance in a test that follows the international standard. LSAT-India is delivered and administered in India by Pearson VUE.

Jindal Global Law School is the first law school in India to require LSAT-India scores for admission into its three-year Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree programme and five-year integrated B.A., LL.B. degree programme.

LSAT-India Test Format

The test paper is divided into four segments. Its sectional division looks like this:


  • Section 1: Logical Reasoning (i)
  • Section 2: Analytical Reasoning
  • Section 3: Logical Reasoning (ii)
  • Section 4: Reading Comprehension

Students are given 35 minutes to complete each section. A 15 minutes break is given in between sections 2 and 3. All questions will have multiple choice answers. Students are to darken/encircle the correct option with a dark pencil on the scannable answer sheet.

LSAT-India has two test versions; one for B.A. LL.B. (Three Years) and the other for integrated B.A. LL.B (Five Years) programme. Both tests will be administered by Pearson Vue on 24th of May, 2009.

All India Test Centres

LSAT-India will be held in the following centres across the country on 24th of May, 2009:

North: Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Lucknow
South: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad
East: Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Ranchi
West: Mumbai, Pune, Bhopal, Ahmedabad


LSAT-India Registration

Start of registration for LSAT-India: 16th February, 2009
Registration deadline: 4th May, 2009
Cost of Registration: Rs. 3,500/- only

Results to be Announced: 22nd June, 2009

The fee is to be paid at the time of registration through Credit Card/Demand Draft/ Pay Order/ Banker's Cheque payable at New Delhi or NOIDA along with the Registration form posted in a sealed envelope to:
NCS Pearson India Pvt Ltd, C-7, 1st Floor, Sector 3, Noida-201301, U.P., India

Note: Candidates are requested to mark "LSAT-India" at the bottom of the envelope.

The registration fee includes a free downloadable practice test which includes questions pertaining to logical and analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension. Explanations are also provided on how to approach questions from different sections. Students can also purchase extra practice test papers for Rs.945.

Offline registration: Students can download the registration form from the following link:

http://www.lawtestindia.com/pdf/RegistrationSheet.pdf

Online registration: Students can register online using the secure Pearson VUE registration server. Payment can be made by major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard) or by a Demand Draft/Pay Order/Banker's cheque.

Students with special needs who may need additional support are requested to contact a Candidate Service Representative before filling up the form.

Contact details:

NCS Pearson India Pvt. Ltd., C-7, 1st Floor, Sector 3, Noida-201301, U.P, India
Phone: 1800 1022323 (toll free)
Email: LSATIndia@pearson.com
Hours: 9 am to 6 pm (IST), Monday to Saturday

Admit Card:

After the registration has been processed, students will receive a unique LSAT-India Registration Number which will be required for the Jindal Global Law School Registration form.

Online registration applicants will receive the Admit Card by e-mail. Students should take a printout of the copy to the Test Centre on 24th May, 2009.

Offline registration applicants will receive their Admit Card by post after 04th May, 2009.

Note to students: Test centres should be chosen with care as request for changes will not be entertained.

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