LSAT India is a standardized test with a uniform pattern and single question paper for admissions to five-year integrated LLB courses, three-year LLB course, LLM course or PhD course in Law. Candidates can take the exam for admissions to more than 85 private law colleges in India.
Exam Name: Law School Admission Test – India, Exam Mode: Online proctored, Exam Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes
LSAT India exam pattern 2022 – Important points to remember
Examination mode – LSAT India will be conducted in an online, remote proctored mode. With remote proctored mode, the candidates can appear in the exam from their homes.
Sectional timings – Candidates will be given 35 minutes to solve a given section. No sectional navigation will be allowed, which means, candidates will have to attempt one section at a time.
No negative marking – There is no negative marking in LSAT India 2022. This allows the candidates to attempt all the questions.
Comprehension based questions – Even though the questions will be multiple choice types. But, these will be framed from comprehension passages. Candidates will be required to read the passage carefully in order to answer the underlying questions.
Scaled scorecard – The LSAT India scorecard will be released in the form of a score band to indicate the candidate’s performance. The scaled score will be given in a band of 420 and 480, as well as a percentile rank.
How to Appear in LSAT India 2022 – Registration details
The LSAC releases the LSAT India application form in online mode, at discoverlaw.in. Candidates who want to appear in LSAT India 2022 will have to register online, at the registration portal and fill the application form. While filling out the application form, candidates will be required to provide details such as personal information, communication details, educational qualifications, course and college preferences and other relevant information.
Successfully registered applicants will be able to book their test slots and appear in the examination as per the test timings mentioned in their admit card.