Law School Admission Test is the entrance examination and forms an integral part of the Law School Admission for aspirants who want to take up Law as their field of study. The test aims to evaluate a candidate’s skill sets that are required in the very 1st year of law school which include comprehension abilities, logical reasoning and writing. The test is conducted by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). The test is also acts as a determinant if law study is a viable option for the candidates. The course has 2 variants namely, 5-year integrated LLB and 3-year LLB. The 5 –year integrated LLB can be taken up after successfully completing 10+2 and the 3-year course can be availed only after completing Graduation from a recognized University successfully.
The examination is divided into 2 parts:-
- Multiple choice LSAT questions: – As the name suggests, this is a multiple choice test which is divided into 4 sections that includes reading comprehension, logical reasoning and analytical reasoning. The examination is held online which is also remotely proctored by officials of the Law School Admission Council.
- LSAT Writing: – The second part of the test involves essay writing which is also held online in a remotely proctored environment and can be taken maximum of Eight (8) days prior to the Multiple Choice LSAT test.
Registration process for
Law School Admission Test
The registration process for LSAT can be done online by following the below mentioned steps: –
- To apply, the candidate needs to visit the LSAT India website: – http://www.discoverlaw.in .
- A new window will pop-up prompting for sign-up
- The page would prompt for entering personal details like Name, Contact details, address etc.
- After entering the above details, the CAPTCHA code needs to be entered before clicking on the “REGISTER” option.
Step-by-step details for the application process can also be found on this link.
For appearing in LSAT, the candidates have to meet the following criteria: –
- Candidates should have successfully cleared the 10+2 examination from a State /Central Board which is recognized and has secured a minimum of 45% marks for the 5 –year integrated LLB and for the3 –year LLB, 45% marks is required in Graduation. Candidates who are on their final year of Graduation can also apply.
- No age limit is applicable for the Law School Admission Test
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